Hi! This week was tough but very rich in events. We could do lots of stuff. If everything’s right, there will be a little surprise on Monday, it concerns videos ) Apart from that, everything’s just great. The site has grown a lot, and it’s only one month and something old ;) Stay with us, the site will become even better to entertain you.
There’s one thing I wanted to discuss with you. Do you think it’s worth letting non-registered users leave comments? On the one hand, it’s not that good. There will be spamming, flooding, bad language etc. (of course I can moderate it quickly). On the other hand, our regular non-registered visitors could comment. Let’s do this. We will do one-week opinion poll concerning this issue and if the results will be in favour to allow all non-registered users to write comments, it will be done. During next week all the users can comment. Then, basing on the poll’s results and users activity, we will take necessary measures. Don’t forget to vote on the right in the top of the page.
That’s all. Have a nice Friday night and a good weekend. Meet you here on Monday.
P.S. All your content sent to me earlier will be posted on Monday. I just didn’t have time to finish it for today.
Three hottest babes of 80s-90s on the cover of ELLE magazine without make-up: Monica Bellucci, Eva Herzigova, Sophie Marceau. They still have some charm. Clickable.
I found a great site where you can get information about any photograph: when it was done, what camera took it and many other stuff. It’s called - EXIF data. Just enter the url and it’s done. EXIFity.com
A life long supporter of the labour party was lying on his death bed when he suddenly decided to join the Tory party. “But why?” asked his puzzled friend, “You’re labour through and through… Why change now?” The man learned forward and explained, “Well, I’d rather it was one of them that died and not one of us.”
Sakura Shrimp - billions of tiny little prawns - are sun-dried in Shizuoka Prefecture, south-west of Tokyo, in front of Mount Fuji.