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  1. As long as he is spiritually rich, the rest will follow suit.
  2. The only time a man has the right to call a woman 'Nayaa' is makuu guursado and I think Nuune is thinking along the same lines
  3. Originally posted by rudy-Diiriye: Well, i have been doing my own consultings since 2008 and havent filed any taxes since then. Self employed and you're complaing about paying $10K for two years? Man you got off lightly. I remember paying almost £800 (an average of £9K a year) in tax each month and I wasn't even self employed. Best thing to do is to put aside about 15% of your monthly earning in savings, that way when it comes to tax year you're semi-prepared.
  4. B, You're not the first nor will you be the last to go through these (self-inflicted) "unfortunate set of events" Markaa nacnacda jooji. If you were serious and in need of guidance, you've had plenty of genuine honest advice.
  5. The Zack, I think you should apologise to all of woman kind for making that comment. B, Saying that you are desperate for attention would be understatement of the year...Nin baa tahee (so I am assuming) bal wax iskula hadh.
  6. Let me have a go. -Space? = Cidla -Galaxy? = Meel banaan -Stars? = Xidigo -Hangar? = Katabaan -Prince/Princess? = Boqor/Boqorad -Palace? = Guri wayn -Invisibility? = Muuqan -Magma/Vulcano = Buur dhalaashay
  7. B You are a bright young man, full of bright ideas. The world would be a brighter place if it was full of bright people like you.
  8. I was wondering why there were blood drips everywhere. Get off your moral high horses, what others do is not your concern, nor will you be judged by their actions.
  9. Like, "Things are just getting too much.... I cant bear it anymore" I need to be wrapped in cotton wool. lool@Qardhaas.
  10. Originally posted by Castro: ^^^ lol. It's his mental health he's wondering about. Mise if it doesn't bleed it's not a problem. Bloody maryooley. I am saying there are people who are far worse off and whinning like a little b!tch about things you can control is pathetic. Get a f'ing grib and seek professional help if you must.
  11. Stop Whining! Look at the Bigger Picture. You're alive and you have your health. If that isn't enough to be thankful for then this might help
  12. Oh you people READ, the answer lies within,,,tis was not about s3x, he would have killed her the first 3 weeks if it was. p.s. at Saint-Omer The irony
  13. Just to throw a spanner in the works, I just come across this,,, The Vicky Pollard's of this world 'will save humanity' She is a moody teenager with at least 12 children but Vicky Pollard is going to save humanity from extinction. Females like the Little Britain character, who sleep around, will produce generations of both boys and girls, a study shows. If all women had children with just one partner, the planet would eventually be 100 per cent female and human beings would be wiped out, a report found. By having multiple partners – known as polyandry – women reduce the spread of a certain chromosome that would lead to all female offspring. Experts carried out the experiment by studying fruit flies – which share 60 per cent of human genes. Some were given multiple partners and others were restricted to one mate each. Over 15 generations, five of the 12 monogamous populations died out because of a lack of males, said experts from Plymouth and Liverpool universities. ‘Polyandry is a widespread phenomenon in nature,’ said Prof Nina Wedell, writing in the journal Current Biology. ‘This study is the first to suggest it could save a population from extinction.’
  14. Excuse me, but who said anything about fantasy? Acknowledging and appreciating this fine specimen doesn't mean I fantasise about him. :rolleyes:
  15. The smile, the eyes, the lips, the dimples, the bone & body structure, should I go on? Few of the reasons why he is crowned the Most Beautiful Man in the world.
  16. Unsigned


    This has got to be one of the cleverest E-mails I've received in awhile. Someone out there must be "deadly" at Scrabble and have no life whatsoever.(Wait till you see the last one)! PRESBYTERIAN: When you rearrange the letters: BEST IN PRAYER ASTRONOMER: When you rearrange the letters: MOON STARER DESPERATION: When you rearrange the letters: A ROPE ENDS IT THE EYES: When you rearrange the letters: THEY SEE GEORGE BUSH: When you rearrange the letters: HE BUGS GORE THE MORSE CODE: When you rearrange the letters: HERE COME DOTS DORMITORY: When you rearrange the letters: DIRTY ROOM SLOT MACHINES: When you rearrange the letters: CASH LOST IN ME ANIMOSITY: When you rearrange the letters: IS NO AMITY ELECTION RESULTS: When you rearrange the letters: LIES - LET'S RECOUNT SNOOZE ALARMS: When you rearrange the letters: ALAS! NO MORE Z 'S A DECIMAL POINT: When you rearrange the letters: I'M A DOT IN PLACE THE EARTHQUAKES: When you rearrange the letters: THAT QUEER SHAKE ELEVEN PLUS TWO: When you rearrange the letters: TWELVE PLUS ONE AND FOR THE GRAND FINALE: MOTHER-IN-LAW: When you rearrange the letters: WOMAN HITLER
  17. Actions speak louder than words. How/Why and What got them in this predicament is not the point. Either send them money to help ease their suffering or keep your negative views/presumptions to yourselves. Leave Judging to Allah (swt)
  18. Originally posted by NinBrown: Generally looking for ideas and topics that might be useful to a young audience. But also would like to hear funny/weird questions people can come up with. Are these Somali Audience? Is this a Specialist area or General? Your topics/ideas and the funny/weird questions will all depend on the answers to the above questions.
  19. Waryaa I did not call you bipolar and that reseach was in an email I got ages ago. So read before you accuse people uff.
  20. Ngonge. I remember reading something about bipolar children. That explains his stories I suppose. Bipolar children more creative than other kids More evidence of a link between creativity and mental illness: "Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have shown for the first time that a sample of children who either have or are at high risk for bipolar disorder score higher on a creativity index than healthy children." I've written about this kind of thing before. It fascinates me because my personal experience has been that there's sometimes a fine line between creativity and mood states that most professionals would call disordered. The line can be so fine that it's down to whether the expressions are positive or negative -- if positive, call it creativity; if negative, call it personality disorder. Although there are also positive and negative manifestations of creativity traits. There has long been a link between bipolar and creativity -- the manic stage of bipolar can result in binges of creativity (positive) instead of binges of shopping or sex (negative, depending on budget and marital status/choice of partner!). This is the first study that has shown a link between creativity and children whose parents are bipolar (who are thus themselves at risk of becoming bipolar, which has a genetic component). Study co-author Terence Ketter, MD, said he believes "bipolar patients’ creativity stems from their mobilizing energy that results from negative emotion to initiate some sort of solution to their problems. 'In this case, discontent is the mother of invention,' he said." The researchers also found a link between the length of a bipolar child’s illness and creativity: the longer a child was sick or manic, the lower the creativity score. It makes sense, said Kiki Chang, MD, a study coauthor, that this illness could, over time, erode one’s creativity. 'After awhile you aren’t able to function and you can’t access your creativity,' he explained. Creativity scores on the study's test instrument, the Barron-Welsh Art Scale, tend to decrease with age even in healthy individuals, so more research is needed, Ketter said. A couple of years ago I posted on a study that said people whose brains are more open to stimuli from the outside environment will either be: 1. Creative, because their openness to new possibilities and stimuli gives them more, and more various, information with which to make connections and have new ideas, or 2. Psychotic, because their openness to new possibilities and stimuli leads to overload and mental illness. It's not possible to correlate these two studies scientifically, given the little information I have about each (and the fact that I'm not a scientist). Still, I wonder if some of the same positive/negative correlation might be happening here? And if children who have been bipolar for a longer period of time aren't as creative, perhaps that signals that the longer they live with the condition of being more open to outside stimuli, the more difficult it becomes for them to handle it. I also wonder if specific training in creativity skills might help bipolar people whose symptoms don't currently manifest themselves as the more positive creative traits. Perhaps if they knew what to do with their innate creativity, these folks would be able to live more on the positive than the negative side of creativity.
  21. Somali Men have come a long way sharing sexual feelings/fetishes and fantasies with strangers. Disturbing notion.
  22. Bishaaro and Xiinfaniin, Thank you walaaloyaal. Xiinfaniin, My everyday somali is not up to scratch let alone me attempting a somali poem for the first time. Next time I.A I'll run it by you Meygaag, that was impressive.
  23. "ANAA IS BADAY"....a fed up Xaliimo.. Hore baa loo idhi nin dhargay.... Dharaar iyo habeen kala hoobi maayo... Heerkuu maraayo, hawaduu dabaashaa... dhalaalka ka baxaaya, dhulkuu nuuriyaa... Soo anigu ismaan badin... Dhool Dhool inanka, dhanaanka ka aayar.... Dhabarka yaanu u dhicin... Dhibaatadii igaadhay, dhakhso uma ilaawo... Malaha waa anigaan is idhi... Sa sabaan is idhi... Subagii baan u badiyay.... Suq suqaarkiibaan u guray.... Gafuurka intu soo taagay, thank you na muu odhan... Anigu soo taa ismaan badin... Tolaahay oo tolaahay.... Talo aan ka gaadho... Tani iimay danbayne.... Dabada aan ka laago...