So I know that headline got your attention. International Sprint star Asafa Powell was recently in Australia for the Stalwell Races. Although he didn’t get to compete he did make quite a few public appearances where he got to show his lighter side. If you follow him on twitter you’ve figured out by now that he is quite the joker.
This clip and the inspiration for my headline is from the Nine Footy Show which is kinda like and Australian version of the Man Show. It was live and he looked like he almost died when they asked him the question. He also calls Team mate Usain a scaredey cat for not wanting to drive with him. Check it out after this
Carnival 2013 have drawn to a close and it was wild as ever. I didn’t make the full rounds but made sure I palanced my way to Big Wall the Carnival Finale fete. I covered it for my guys over at Large Up. Check out the pictures and recap HERE
As I last stated to you I will be doing a monthly column/article for Island Vibes Magazine. This week I discuss The Good and The bad of Situationships. Check out the excerpt below then click on the link to read the whole thing. Leave comments! I really want to know what you think:
“It’s summer time, and like clockwork, Mother Nature feeling all warm and fuzzy means some hearts are getting cold. You might be a little confused but think about it, summer time is when all the winter and spring “relationships” melt away. The hardest part of it all is that it starts to become apparent that this wasn’t a relationship but a “Situationship”. For those who do not know what that is let me help you out a bit, a situationship according to The Urban Dictionary is “Any problematic relationship characterized by one or more unresolved, interpersonal conflicts, usually confused with dating. CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLE
Last night right before I went to sleep I saw this gem float across my timeline. Miley Cyrus twerking what her mama gave her in a frog/unicorn costume. This made me happy.. Hope you like it…
So I’ve teamed up Island Vibes Magazine and will be doing a monthly column. Check out a excerpt from the first article below. Click the link to get the full story:
Numeric passwords, privacy screens, tactical interference – you might think this is a descriptive line from the latest James Bond flick but alas, it’s actually the lengths many people go to just to ensure their cell phones are safe from their partner’s prying eyes.
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Faith & love,