Friday, 27 January 2012


You know that feeling when you do a harmful action against a person who did a bad thing against you? It feels good right? Well I really don't know that feeling, for now. I'm not a revengeful guy... 

This desire of revenge, so well demonstrated in novels like The Count of Monte Cristo or plays like Hamlet or Othello, is quite good. It's a moment when your levels of motivation are really high and you just want to do something to the person who harmed you. But some of you might think that revenge isn't an ethical thing, to the people who think like that, you haven't been hurt enough. Revenge it's human nature, if someone punches you in the face your response is to retaliate, it's an instant reaction. So why do we have to control this desire? Really, why? The answer is simple. You don't want to step down your level of superiority. 

This is a polite thought, of course. Revenge is a dirty action. If you want to do this you need to lower yourself. So, In my modest opinion, you should do something against the person who threatens you, or hurt you, but you will want to do it right. I've been bullied when I was young and I didn't do anything back then, and I sincerely regret that. Everyone needs to feel at least once in a life time the sweet flavour of revenge, because I admit it, it tastes really good. At this point you may think, "This dude said he was not a revengeful guy...I think he lied", well, I didn't lied, at least not totally. I like to see myself like Switzerland, I'm there in Europe bit at the same time I'm not. I don't like to get in to trouble, because I'm a lazy bastard and at the same time if I want to do something against another person, I want to do it right (and I remind you, "I'm a lazy bastard").                                         

This random post is to give you my opinion about this subject, and my opinion is, don't take crap from anyone. You may think you are a bar person after you've done something bad to revenge you, but you are just trying to survive. Doing nothing is never an option. You will be sad, anger and you will never be happy if nothing happens to those who hurt you. At this point you are thinking "This dude is a revengeful person and he lied.", well, you are right. Are you going to piss me off?!

Saturday, 14 January 2012


"Friend zone, or occasionally friendship zone, is a dating term describing a relation in which one part wants to become intimate while the other prefer just to be friends", or the quick sand zone as I like to call it. I don't know if one of you has ever been "friendzoned", but if you have, well you know It sucks. 
I have been friendzoned a few times, and you may ask if it bothers me, well it bothers me like hell. It's hard if you like someone and that person just want to be your friend. And now you will get why I like to call it the quick sand zone. You may think, "ok, he/she is my friend, I can still get him/hem". WRONG! You are going to be polite, give all you've got but the other person will always see you as friend, and you are being just an awesome friend and nothing more. The more you do, the more you sink in to the quick sands of the friend zone. So what to do? How to escape this zone?
I really don't now, I f I had the answer I wouldn't  be in a similar situation, but this is how I see the situation. First, there's a big difference between a guys friendzone and a girls friendzone. It's rare to a guy, to just put a girl in that status, but when it happens, the girl is NEVER, I repeat, NEVER, in a total friendzone. She will always be the back up plan (I know guys are assholes). 
When a girl puts a guy in friendzone he will be in the false "relationship". This is a "relationship" when you  do almost everything in a relation, wait...I said obviously will not kiss and won't have sex, so no intimacy.
The examples I just gave can be changed of course, but friendzone means NO INTIMACY. Unless you are friends with benefits, and that's an awesome status because you have the awesomeness of a friendship and the intimacy of a relationship (if I can't get in to a relationship with the person I know I prefer to be in this place). 
I have a theory about out to get out but it's hard to do when you like the other person. Here's some steps from my theory:

  1. You don't need him/her. Don't be so available. No one is more important than you. 
  2. You find him/her attractive but there's always competition.  Start noticing other people, you are just friends, and noticing other people is a way to say, "ok I'm here for you, but if you don't want me....cya".
  3. You are a sexual/sensual being. Talk about sex. Talk about the things you like in bed, well talk about it like you are talking about the weather. 
  4. You understand the value of sex with connection. Be romantic, everyone likes romantic things even the most cold person you know. 
  5. You are physically affectionate. Make sure to have some physical contact with the person, like hugging and stuff like that. 
  6. Give conflicting messages that hint your desire. Just joke around and say that He/She can't wear that perfume around get my point.
In theory this could work. But like I said, it's hard to do because if you like this person so much you will always go for the road of romantic stuff. Friendzone sucks, but if you can't win it, you just need to give up, and enjoy the friendship you have with this person.

Sunday, 8 January 2012


Scientific name: Ananas commosus

The pineapple originated in the American continent, in part of Central and South America. Wild varieties are still found in North-East Brazil. The Spaniards encountered the pineapple in Central America, and recorded the fact, while the Portuguese found it in Brazil.Undoubtedly, both immediately recognized its excellent qualities and distributed it through the tropics, because the fruit was unable to withstand long journeys to Europe, and consequently it was one of the first tropical fruits to be turned into a conserve, "unlike any other plant in history", according to Pio Correia.

Pineapples were introduced to the island of Santa Helena by the Portuguese in 1505, to Madagascar in 1549, and to India in 1518, "where there are great quantities of them throughout most areas", as Cristóvão Costa stated. Some oriental historians claim that the pineapple already existed in India before the Portuguese arrived, but they do not dispute the fact that was the Portuguese who taught how to use it and introduced better varieties from Brazil.Of the native plants of Brazil, Sebastião da Rocha saw "the pineapple as the foremost which, like the all-powerful king, crowns nature with a diadem of its own leaves, which encircle its head and surrounding it with thorns, which guarded like archers".

The fruit, with its excellent aroma and flavour, and number of medical properties, is consumed raw in the producing regions, and reasonable proportion reaches the markets of temperate regions in good condition, transport having become faster and more efficient, and there having been noticeable improvement in growing techniques and plant selection. Nevertheless, even today over 60% of production is used as industrial raw material (pineapple rings, chunks, juice, etc). In some places even the leaves are used to extract a coarse fibre.

One more sub-chapter in my master degree thesis. Hope you guys like it.