Posted on 17 February 2012.
This top 10 article examines 10 cases of body oddities, starting with a man who has 12 fingers and 12 toes. Nothing will ever surprise you after reading this article.
1. Yoandri Hernandez Garrido:
Whilst most people have 10 fingers and 10 toes, Garrido has 12 fingers and 12 toes. He lives in Cuba and makes $20 a day. The extra fingers and toes are a blessing for him. Although his condition `polydactyly` is normal, having such even numbers are rare.
Lali was born in India with 2 faces, 2 noses, 2 pairs of eyes and 1 pair of ears. The parents believed that she was God`s reincarnation. Lali did well the first month after her birth, but died after 2 months of living.
3. Paul Rodrigues:
This Mexican man had horns that were protruding at the back of his forehead. There were 3 horns in total and all had a curvature with a texture similar to that of a ram.
4. Chandre Oram:
Oram was born in West Bengal with a 13 inch tail. People widely believe that the tail is the answer and cure for many ailments. Interestingly enough, he was born on Ram Navami.
5. Andy Garcia:
This Cuban-American actor has one abnormality and oddity many people are not aware of. He had a body oddity where his twin was conjoined to his shoulder. The twin was the size of a baseball and was removed during infancy.
Posted in Featured, Health
Posted on 12 January 2012.
The following list of 10 movies by body count is based on the estimated number of bodies visible on screen. Many films have gone a lot out of their way to make the film more deadly.
1. Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
Date Released: 2003
Body Count: 836
Description: This was the concluding trilogy film of the Lord of the Rings. The film was an epic fantasy based on the novels written by J.R.R. Tolken.
2. Kingdom of Heaven
Date Released: 2005
Body Count: 610
Description: The story surrounds the time of the crusades in the 12th century. In the film, A French Blacksmith aims to help Jerusalem fight off the Muslims under the leadership of Saladin.
Date Released: 2006
Body Count: 600
Description: This fantasy film is based on a comic series written by Frank Miller in 1998. It fictionally retells the Battle of Thermopylae.
Date Released: 2003
Body Count: 572
Description: This is an epic film starring Eric Bana and Orlando Bloom. It chronicles the events of the Trojan War in Ancient Greece. The movie was nominated for several awards.
5. The Last Samurai
Date Released: 2003
Body Count: 558
Description: The film surrounds the main character, Captain Nathan Algren who is a man loose. The battles he once fought is now seem distant and futile.
Posted in Entertainment, Featured
Posted on 28 September 2010.
As the world progresses with modernisation and technology the number of enthusiasts for tribal designs has increased. Maori Tattooing is a popular type of tribal art based on curvilinear and straight line geometric patterns. These Polynesian designs have an ethnic charm of their own.
2. Star Tattoos
Especially in demand by Celebrities and wannabes, star tattoos say ‘I’m a star’. A particular star will have a particular meaning. The number of points, have a meaning of their own. Stars and darkness are a symbol of truth. They symbolise guidance, luck, and of course fame. Celebrities like Victoria Beckham and Rihanna sport star tattoos. They often represent fighting against darkness. Stars can have anywhere from five to nine points.
Popular among those who want to express their faith and belief in Christanity, they are extremely popular as body tattoos. They are often tattooed in the memory of a lost or departed loved one. The symbol represents Father and Mother Nature with the four arms representing the four elements of nature. Also popular among the Goths, symbols like the Celtic Cross and iron cross are extremely popular.
4. Angel Tattoos / Wing Tattoos
Angel Tattoos represent God’s presence and deliver the word of God to mankind. It is a symbol of devotion and spirituality. The tattoos are considered higher beings, they are used as the centre in a tattoo that is intended as a memorial for something.
Wing Tattoos represent birds and are associated with freedom, speed and aspiration. Spiritual symbols associated with elements such as earth, sky, wind and fire. They allow people to attain a previously unattainable state. They are associated with magic and alchemy.
An overwhelming choice by female tattoo enthusiasts, popularised by Mariah Carey, It represents beauty, metamorphosis, freedom, happiness and fragility. Among ancient beliefs, the Butterfly represents the qualities of the lower human soul because of their short life and moving from flower to flower seeking nectar. They are also considered somewhat unstable. The Greeks represented the butterfly as a symbol of the human soul and psyche.
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