Saturday, January 31, 2009

SaY HooReY!!!!!! SaY It AgAiN!!!! HOOREY.......

SaY HooReY!!!!!!!
FiNaLLy I CaN PuT My PlAyLiSt In My BloG....
ChEcK IT Out My PlAyLisT SonG.........
At BeLoW ThiS PaGe.........
Guess what.......?
TVXQ song finally here.......

and wonder girls , Nobody.......

ChaNge tHe WoRLd

Son dam bi is really gorgeous....
born September 25, 1983 is a South Korean singer who debuted in 2007. Called the "female Rain", she debuted with the single "Cry Eye".

BoA debut USA album......

I know... gambar ni nampak mcm pelik.....
but I love this picture because , ni menunjukkan " I LIKE MYSELF@ I LOVE MYSELF"
meaningful isn't it?
I love ur cover album BoA....
Good luck for US debut.........
I hope i can buy ur album........

10 Dangerous & Deadly Foods

Although there are very few foods that cause instant death, there are some well known, and not so well known, dangerous foods that we should all be aware of. This list is by no means comprehensive, but it hits some of the more common dangerous ingredients you could encounter.


Most people know that certain types of mushrooms can be deadly. The more common poisonings come from the Death Cap (often confused for the Paddy Straw mushroom), Destroying Angels, and Deadly Webcap. Death Caps alone contain over seven toxins and one bite can lead to a nasty death. Watch out for the Gyomitra, which is often confused for Morrel.

2)Blowfish (Fugu).

This fish is deadly on its own, and highly regarded as a Japanese and Hong Kong delicacy. It’s poison, tetrodotoxin, is 1,200 times more potent than cyanide. Around one hundred diners die each year from it. Preparation is the key; make sure a licensed chef prepares your Fugu. Becoming a licensed Fugu chef is a long and intensive process, culminating in the chef preparing a Fugu meal and eating it himself. The most deadly parts of Fugu include the liver, muscles, ovaries, and skin.


Shellfish poisoning is mostly associated with bivalve mollusks (mussels, clams, oysters, and scallops). These shellfish are filter feeders and can accumulate high levels of toxics including domoic acid, produced by microscopic algae. Cooking doesn’t always inactivate these toxins and some can lead to death in high dosages. Kosher diets anyone?


Ever wonder why Rhubarb recipes mostly contain the stem and not the leaves? The leaves contain higher concentrations of oxalate, which causes poisoning in large doses. The stems contain much less of the compound. Anthraquinone glycosides are also present and may add to its toxicity.


Potatoes contain glycoalkaloids (solanine and chaconine), toxic compounds which are more prevalent in the wild potato varieties. Cooking at high temperatures mostly removes the toxin, although headaches, diarrhea, and cramps—and in severe cases, coma and death—can occur in rare cases. Ever wonder why we’re told to keep potatoes away from light? It’s to prevent higher concentrations of solanine. So don’t eat potatoes after they have turned green.

6)Apricot Stones (Seeds).

Actually, many fruits of the rose family contain cyanogenetic glycosides, which upon ingestion release hydrogen cyanide gas. These include seeds from cherries, apples, plums, almonds, and peaches. Although it would take a mega-dose to do you in, keep this in mind the next time you go on an apricot seed binge. There have been reported deaths in Turkey, a large apricot grower, for this very reason.


Although the fruit itself is safe (more technically a berry), tomato plants contain glycoalkaloids, which are indeed toxic.


Chocolate contains the alkaloid theobromine, which in unusually high doses can be toxic to humans. However, it would take an unholy amount of chocolate to achieve this. But other species react much worse: dogs, parrots, horses, and cats can be killed by ingesting chocolate.


Tapioca, if not processed properly, can be toxic. It contains a natural source of cyanide, whose precursor, linamarin, is rendered harmless if properly dried, soaked, and baked.

10)Peanuts.Our little top hat and spectacle friends can be deadly for those allergic, which isn’t all that uncommon. Watch out for artificially flavored nuts as well; they can be re-flavored with another kind of nut that you might be allergic to.

Friday, January 30, 2009


Bolero- Latin-American dance (that's why the tempo of the song is such)- It can also mean a slow-dance with rhythm and stance (i.e. Ballet)- In the context of the song, it can mean both the dance and a loose translation of the word "volar" which means "to fly/to soar" in Spanish.

Oh~Let you dance away
Don't you knowI'll stand by your side
Ah~Fly away, Fly away, Fly away, Fly to the top
Fly foreverYeah, yeah, yeah
~いつまでも君を照らし続けるよ見守るよ君の愛すべき未来を何処行っても僕は願い続けるよ守るから聞かせて(聞かせて) 、

Thursday, January 29, 2009

KaoRu's CaKe HoUsE

ni adalah salah satu kartunis yg aku plaing suke kat malaysia....
korang smua bleh tgk salah satu website kaoru

Wednesday, January 28, 2009


nice to meet u all.....baru jer wat blog nie.....i will try hard to update my blog ok....walaupun blog dulu dah dtinggalkan......