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posted by mermaidgirl112
These are the juu 4 mermaid spells that have been known to work, we did number one and got the side affects instantly.

(These side affects will occur for any spell wewe do)
Side affects:
Keeping legs crossed
Very itchy legs
Singing a lot
Rash on legs
Making un-normal sounds
Acting a bit out if the ordinary (goes on and off for about 6 hours)
Drinking lots of water.

Where it says the colors of blue and gold, that was just an example. wewe can choose your own colors and powers. (Ex. Freezing, heating, shaping)
Most girls that have done these have started getting tails (when wet) within 45 hours. The time...
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added by mira9mylene
'It was March 1957 and I was taking photographs in Paris.1 afternoon I went up the Bastille and I saw 2 lovers on a balcony.They were standing very near each other.They were talking.I took just 1 picha and they didn't hear me.I called it Lovers at the Bastille.Luckily for me this picha became very maarufu in France.Soon posters and postcards with my picture of the 2 lovers were everywhere.But I never knew who the 2 young people were.They never contacted me.'

'30 years later I had an exhibition of my picha in Paris.I was talking to some Marafiki when suddenly a man came up to me and said,'I know your 2 lovers.They live near here.I can take wewe there if wewe want.'I immediately decided to go and meet them.This was their story.'
Not long zamani people believed that in the future we would work less,have zaidi free time,and be zaidi relaxed.But sadly this has not happened.Today we work harder,work longer hours,and are zaidi stressed than 10 years ago.We walk faster,talk faster,and sleep less than awali generations.And although we are obsessed with machines which save us time,we have less free time than our parents and grandparents had.But what is this doing to our health?An American journalist James Gleick in a new book,Faster:the acceleration of just about everything,says that people who live in cities are suffering from...
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posted by ZekiYuro
When wewe Have To Choose Between 2 Possibilities:

1.Take your time.The most important thing is not to make a decision in a hurry.

2.Make a orodha of the positive and negative points for both opinions.Then decide which points are most important and compare the two lists.

3.If wewe ask other people for their advice,don't ask zaidi than 1 au 2.If wewe ask a lot of people,this will probably confuse you.

4.Use your imagination to help you.Imagine yourself in both situations.How do wewe feel?Relaxed au stressed?

5.When you've made a decision,wait a bit before wewe tell other people,to see how wewe feel.If wewe feel comfortable with your decision after an hour,you have probably made the right decision.

6.Finally,remember that wewe can't have everything.Choosing one of two possibilities always means that wewe can't have the one wewe didn't choose.And it's impossible to always make the right decision!
posted by ZekiYuro
We make them and we break them,because some promises are very hard to keep.Here are the juu six most common broken promises...

1."I'll come back tomorrow"
You always hear this from builders,plumbers,and electricians.But the truth is very different.They won't come back until inayofuata week(or later).And wewe will probably need to phone them 5 times first.

2."I won't tell anyone"
We upendo hearing secrets and we happily make this promise.And at the time we really mean it.'Don't worry,'we say,'your secret is salama with me.'But of course it isn't.Research shows that everybody will always tell one other person...
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posted by ZekiYuro
Here are some zaidi texts from people.
1.Writing and then sending a funny e-mail au text message to my friends.And of course,imagining their faces when they read it.

2.I really like driving at night when there's no traffic,listening to my favourite music.I feel completely free.

3.Staying in kitanda on Sunday morning and kusoma the newspaper.Then getting up very late and having my dog for a walk.

4.I enjoy going to the jym and really getting tired then taking a long hot kuoga followed kwa a nice hot cup of tea.There's nothing better.

5.Turning off my computer at the end of the day.Leaving work,and getting into my car to go home!It's the best moment of the day.I upendo it!
posted by problematic124
****Originally The secrets within but changed title, also I own all rights to my story :)****
Look at the world, yeah go on and look at it. Now tell me, What do wewe see? Home? Life? Secrets? Death? Anything? Well most people always see it differently. But they never see what’s right in front of them.
When wewe look at the world wewe always see the small things. wewe never see the big obvious things that lurk in the shadows of every dark corner .
Well some of us see it, others… don’t. You’d be surprised kwa ever secret, every hidden thing yet to be discovered… au never will.And I...
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posted by fangs286
Jacob part 1

have wewe ever had a secret? the answer is probably yes. but have wewe ever had a secret that wewe could never tell anyone?that if wewe did, it would effect thousands,billions of people? no. wewe haven't. that is the weight i carry on my shoulders. it is the weight carried kwa people. Many people. across the world. i am one of many that are different then other people but yet the same.i wish to be what is around me. only a few are like me. i want to have a friend in this world that is like me. Someone who understands the pain and constant despair, even when i feel happy. wewe are probably...
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posted by QueridaPantufa

It was as if the earth had moved. The sky was shaking, so that all there was left were falling stars. I forgot all there was around me, everything au everyone I had ever seen au heard about just didn’t matter anymore. I had found her. My true and only love. But just like a falling star, it went as fast as it came. And then all there was left was emptiness. A big hole left inside of me. I will never forget her, she saved my life in every way a person can be saved. So this story isn’t really about me. It’s about her, and all that she was. Because what does it really mean to be happy?...
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A new ripoti on life in 2020 was published yesterday.This ripoti predicts big changes,not just in technology but also changes in the way we live.These are some of the predictions for work and family life.

Family life:
1.One in five fathers will be househusbands,while the mothers go out to work.
2.People will live near other people who have the same interests as them,for example in golf villages.
3.There will often be 3 generations living in the same house,e.g. grandparents,parents,and children.
4.People will live until their mid-eighties,but women will still live slightly longer than men.

Work and...
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posted by mitchie19
In a town called Millrace, there were two Japanese teenagers named Keiko and Hideki. They’ve known each other their whole lives. They’ve been faithful, loyal and kept each others secrets. But they’ve never planned of falling in love.
When midnight came, Keiko left her Grandmother’s house to meet with Hideki in the mountains.
“Come on, Hideki! You’re slower than a turtle!” Keiko halfway joked while climbing the mountain with him. “Am not,” Hideki scoffed. “I can see the view already, we’re almost there!” Keiko added excitedly. When they reached the juu of the mountain,...
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There once lived a princess named Eleanor. She was a very beautiful and intelligent young girl. Yet, she was unhappy.
Everybody kept telling her, that she had everything she could’ve ever needed au wanted: the beauty, the brains, the fortune and a young, mighty prince to whom she was supposed to get married to. And they were right. In theory, the young princess’ life seemed perfect. But in reality, it was far from it.
The princess felt alone and scared, even when she was surrounded kwa people and was completely safe. And her prince. He didn’t make her happy. But not because he didn’t...
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posted by peacebaby7
This is for those who have just begun writing, au for those who need helpful advice. I hope this makala helps you.

1) Spelling and Grammar

Spelling and grammar is the first thing wewe worry about. If there are many spelling/grammatical errors, the story doesn't flow very well. wewe don't have to be an expert, but wewe at least should have a dictionary nearby and know the basic rules of grammar. You'll pick up on zaidi the zaidi wewe write.

2) Know Your Topic

First and foremost, after spelling and grammar, wewe must know what you're uandishi about. And I don't just mean a topic in general. For example,...
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posted by EvanlovesAzula
Authors Note: A little something from my wandering mind tonight. I'll warn u this is a bit sad, but I think wewe all will like this one very much. Enjoy.

He was angry. He was exhausted. His moyo pounded against his chest with pulsating curses on her. On Olivia. James lept up from the hardwood floors and began to wipe his eyes.The vestige of tears still stung on his cheeks. What had he done wrong? What had he missed? How could he fix it? Those maswali would soon be erased from his mind and replaced with the real question: Why didn't she ever say she loved him?

James had been waiting for eight...
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posted by axemnas
Role playing au Rping as most of the community calls it. Almost everyone's done it one way au another whether they realize it au not. Remember those days when you'd pretend wewe were a movie character au a prince/princess au a pirate au whatever. wewe were role playing in a since. Now days when wewe hear the word role playing wewe probably think things like War Craft, nyota Craft, Nights and Dragons, Toontown, etc..
Something you've probably never figured however, is rping in relation to writing. Writing, that's all rping basically is. It's just uandishi a collaborative story from different points...
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posted by 7seablue7
Episode 1~ We meet again, setting hotel in New york (Hilton) mwaka 1982. Scean1
---------------------------------------------------------------Micheal: well we're here guys...... guys
hey what are yall lookin at?
Marlon: check out theses girls at the pool over
there... (practically drooling)

Michael : all wewe do is watch girls all the time man.. come on.

Jermaine;yeah marlon( laughing) although they cut
Michael: now wewe too Jermaine( annoyed)

Jermaine:Mic wewe can't lie to your self they look good.
Michael:your right.... they do (sighing) we gotta
hurry up and cheek into our rooms so we can get ready...
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posted by ejenk1025
Chapter 2

I pull into the driveway of the cafe. I look into my rear view mirror. I look good. (Laugh) I get out of the car then fix my clothes. I'm ready. Just be yourself. Ok. I'm walking in. Don't fall. Don't fall .. He sees me. Just walk up to him.

"Hey. Glad wewe could make it." alisema Lucas
"I'm glad wewe could make it, too."
"Well. I work here so..." alisema Lucas
"You work here? Cool."
"Yeah. This is actually my mom's cafe. Let me introduce you." alisema Lucas
"Oh goody." I alisema nervously

Good impression. Good impression. Good impression.

"Mom, this is Brooke. Brooke, my mom." alisema Lucas
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posted by edwardsca
    I was sitting at my dawati at school, uandishi my krisimasi list. It was hard to think of zaidi than three things, so I wrote down a gift card to itunes, some movies, and a new pair of nike shoes. I'm trying to think of something, and my teacher alisema "Emily it wouldn't be wise to ask for money for a present". When I went nyumbani I was still thinking about my krisimasi list, but then my little sister came up to my face "Sissy, sissy, wewe should ask for a super big princess kit'. Then chajio, chakula cha jioni came, we had roasted chicken. My older brother Eric was bragging about making the basketball...
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