Hi! Tomorrow is the last day of work and then…it’s the weekend! I cannot wait to be on weekend :) The site moving continues until the end of the week. Well, I’m not bothering you anymore. I leave you alone to look today’s news and Curiosities. Have a nice day.
Amazing photo. How many rainbows are there? You’ll never guess. To see, click the image.
Here’s another interesting illusion. The horseman on the picture is coming to us or moving away from us? )
Hi! How do you like it at the new site domain? Hope you like it ) Very soon, we will add a new function to each member profile which will enable/disable entry categories. This way, you will decide what types of posts you’d like to see. When you disable some categories of posts you are not willing to see they won’t be seen on the home page and on the contrary. There will be an avatar moderation to avoid the indecency. Insulting comments and comments with a vulgar language and cusswords will be deleted in order to make this site clean and pleasant to watch. I really want to make izismile.com a site for “all”: teenagers and adults and for all of you to have a good time here. Yes, I have a lot of plans on making izismile.com even better that not only you could come and watch the latest news here, but also that you could meet and chat with each other, and communicate thanks to your PM. But there’s lots of work to do and it is impossible to do everything at the same time. So, we will do it bit by bit.
P.S . From now on, only registered users will be able to leave comments. If you want, you can REGISTER right away.
Prince Harry surprised English press by coming to a party with his nails of the left hand done in rose.
If you don’t want to get tired at work, do as it’s shown on the picture )
Mexican Drug Lord Joined Forbes’ List of World’s Billionaires Mexico’s most wanted man, "El Chapo", or Shorty, heads the Sinaloa cartel, one of the biggest suppliers of Cocaine to the U.S. In 1993 was arrested in Mexico on homicide and drug charges. Escaped from federal prison in 2001, reportedly through the laundry, and quickly regained control of his drug trafficking organization, which he still controls today. In 2008 Mexican and Colombian traffickers laundered between $18 billion and $39 billion in proceeds from wholesale shipments to the U.S.