The Crazy Chicken Marked

When you hear the word “bingo”, you probably think of a bunch of funny, old people playing a pretty boring game. Right? I can just imagine them. Slowly marking off numbers on the cards while someone is calling out the square…

But considering the facts, this game is not as boring as it seems in the beginning. If you find a better way to play it. 🙂

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Mothers-in-Law: This is Your Christmas!

Especially if you have a sweet son-in-law and you don’t want Santa to forget him. As you know it is time for love and blessings, joy and FUN! Think of all that jokes he is telling about you… Remember? Yeah, yeah… THOOOSE jokes! What would you say about a small payback and choose a nice Christmas gift for him? 😀

Frozen Smiles from a cold Mother in Law

“It was really cold outside today.”
“How cold?”
“It was colder than a mother-in-law’s kiss!”

Be an eccentric mother-in-law and show your warmth and appreciation for his kind, lovely words. To remember you daily while he is slowly drinking his favorite beverage! 🙂

Perfect disgusting gift, huh? Find it here: Frozen Smiles Ice Cube Tray
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Haunted Las Vegas

Despite my many travels and the fact I have never entered in a casino and I’m not even curious, always desperately wanted to see Las Vegas… not necessarily for the bright lights and glitter, for the magnificent shows or famous games, but for that hidden side that very few people know, its weird sites – haunted Las Vegas.

The Sin City has many hot spots where unsettled spirits hide their shadows: schools, boulevards, hotels and casinos. I could find information about a few such kind of strange and mysterious places so here it is – maybe just rumors or plain scary truth… who knows 😀


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Ice Chess

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More than two weeks ago, a different chess game took place between England and Russia. It was a chess game played on ice, simultaneously, in Moscow?s Pushkin Square and London?s Trafalgar Square, with huge, beautiful, cold pieces. Some of these ice sculptures were carved in such way that they represented various famous landmarks of the two cities.
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More precisely, the game was held on gigantic chessboards measuring 64 square yards and each team had only 30 seconds for each move. The pieces were slowly melting while moved from one place to another.

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Russian and British chess masters Anatoly Karpov and Nigel Short ended the “cold war”, as NBC News named it, with a draw.

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Sources: Xinhuanet, Knuttz, Chessbase

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