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Do you know who I am?

The following video has been around for a long time, but I thought I’d share it anyway. It tells a lot about large universities and the level of individuality professors see among students.

I go to one of the largest universities in the U.S. and am sure that only a minority of my professors know who I am. Noteworthy, however, is that I always seem to get better grades in the classes which professors know my name.

Moral of the story: Unless you are going to try to attempt what was done in the video, make friends with your professors because you will get a higher grade.


5 Tips to keep your skin moisture

Almost every woman is yearning for moist skin and they keep looking for ways to realize their dreams. Are you feeling horrible when your face is covered with oil or your facial skin is too dry that you feel difficult to put on make-up? Are you spending bundles of money on expensive moisture sets or beauty-salon skin care but you don’t even notice a little change? Okay, just stop wasting your money and time, follow these little tips and turn your face skin to the moist one!

Tip1: Mineral Water + Paper Mask

Skin care producers always inform you that you had better use facial masks less than 3 times a week. But DIY moisturizing mask will help you. You need a tablet of paper mask, which can always be found in supermarkets or pharmacy, and mineral water. Put the wet paper mask on your face and remove it after 15minutes. It’s the easiest way to refresh your skin and it’s the cheapest facial mask that really helps.

Tip2: Take Facial Spray with You

If you sit in front of a computer for 8 or more hours a day; If you frequently fly to another city; If you take a job that requires out-door work for hours everyday; then do care for your skin! Take a bottle of facial spray with you; 50ml bottle would be fine and easy to take. Spray your skin every 3~6 hours. Remember to dry your skin 15 seconds after you spray it because after that the moisture in your skin will go with the wind when the spray evaporates.

Tip3: 8 Cups of Water Everyday

Yes! Not only your skin but your body need water indeed! According to scientific researches, 6~8 cups of water should be drunk everyday to keep us healthy. Increase your body’s natural moisture level by staying hydrated throughout the day, you will be healthy and your skin will benefit from this.

Tip4: Seal in the Moisture

Watering your skin is quite important but it’s not the only thing. Without appropriate cream or lotion, your skin will quickly turn dry even though you spend a lot of time on watering it. Try some aloe vera gel after applying your facial mist, and don’t forget to choose the right moisture cream for you. Combine these two products; the moisture can be perfectly sealed in your skin.

Tip5: Say No to Hot Water

Do you have the habit of enjoying bathing for hours or showering in hot water in winter? Then you will probably feel your dry leg skin after your enjoyable hot bath. Don’t take long, hot baths because this can exacerbate dry skin especially in the winter months. When you get out of the shower, gently pat dry your skin and then moisturize right away. Olive oil will help with your dry skin and shower in cold water before you finish can help to lift your skin.


What It’s Like to Be a Guy in Class

Howdy folks!

This is exactly what it’s like to be a guy in a boring class [read: any class]:

[Source: CollegeHumor]


Put a Cork in It

This is a real story from a newspaper. It has got to be one of the funniest pranks ever. The caller was really smart yet a little bit dumb for wasting a trip to Bali.

put a cork in it