European female arm wrestlers get rowdy during a match. Wow…
All while their wives look on in sick amusement!! Ladies, ENJOY!!
Prepare yourself for what you are about to watch. Two cafe owners out crazy Gordon Ramsey to the point where he quits the show. I can not exaggerate how amazing this video is. Unbelievable!!!
But WAIT!! It get’s better!! Check out their EPIC LEVEL SELF DESTRUCT that happened yesterday on Facebook after the episode aired!!
UPDATE: IT GETS BETTER!!! Crazy Amy says even though most of the stuff she was saying on Facebook sounds EXACTLY LIKE HER….they were “hacked”.
Just answer yes or no. The more Yes answers you have, the more introverted you are.
1. I prefer one-on-one conversations to group activities.
2. I often prefer to express myself in writing.
3. I enjoy solitude.
4. I seem to care less than my peers about wealth, fame and status.
5. I dislike small talk, but I enjoy talking in depth about topics that matter to me.
6. People tell me that I’m a good listener.
7. I’m not a big risk-taker.
8. I enjoy work that allows me to “dive in” with few interuptions. 9. I like to celebrate birthdays on a small scale, with only one or two close friends or family members.
10. People describe me as “soft-spoken” or “mellow.”
11. I prefer not to show or discuss my work with others until it’s finished.
12. I dislike conflict.
13. I do my best work on my own.
14. I tend to think before I speak.
15. I feel drained after being out and about, even if I’ve enjoyed myself.
16. I often let calls go to voice mail.
We talked a lot about Boston on the show today. I’ve mentioned about a thousand times how much I love both the city of Boston and my numerous friends there. The thing that hits me the most about the bombing is that it happened at a race. I run a lot but am by no means a Marathoner. People who do those type of runs are a special group.
For most of them it’s a lifestyle and a very important component to who they are. It’s also a pass time shared by millions across America. No matter who you are, your level of athleticism, or place in life is you can run/walk/participate in the fun that is a 5k, half or full marathon, whatever. Many other millions of people are lovers/family members/supporters of runners and have spent time cheering their runner on as they try to chase down their personal goals.
I mentioned that it seemed appropriate that people would run this week in honor or remembrance of those affected in Boston. Almost as I said it on-air, Chris Field (BCS Marathon) revealed on Facebook that he was organizing an effort for people around the nation (and now world) to run on Wednesday for that very reason.
Here’s the basics:
1) Plan a run. Either alone or with friends.
2) Wear blue and yellow (Colors of The Boston Marathon)
3) Take a picture holding a sign saying “Run For Boston” and post it to their Facebook page. (They’ll share those pics with the people who organize The Boston Marathon)
4) Enjoy a great run in honor of everyone who can’t tomorrow.
You can start your own run or get in with some of the runs already being organized. Brazos Running Company will have heats leaving from their store every 30 minutes tomorrow and lots of people are organizing various trails of various lengths. You probably don’t need to look any farther than your Facebook feed to find one.
Here’s the link to the official “Run For Boston” Facebook page.
Sign up for one and enjoy a run. Even if you aren’t a runner. It’s a great way to show support and also to meet people who love to run and find out why they enjoy it so much. You might even get a new pass time yourself!