- Take into account that great love and great achievements involve great risk.
- When you lose, don’t lose the lesson.
- Follow the three Rs:
- Respect for self
- Respect for others
- Responsibility for all your action
- Remember that not getting what you want is sometimes a wonderful stroke of luck.
- Learn the rules so you know how to break them properly.
- Don’t let a little dispute injure a great friendship.
- When you realize you’ve made a mistake, take immediate steps to correct it.
- Spend some time alone every day.
- Open your arms to change, but don’t let go of your values.
- Remember that silence is sometimes the best answer.
- Live a good, honourable life. Then when you get older and think back, you’ll be able to enjoy it a second time.
- A loving atmosphere in your home is the foundation for your life.
- In disagreements with loved ones, deal only with the current situation. Don’t bring up the past.
- Share your knowledge. It’s a way to achieve immortality.
- Be gentle with the earth.
- Once a year, go some place you’ve never been before.
- Remember that the best relationship is one in which your love for each other exceeds your need for each other.
- Judge your success by what you had to give up in order to get it.
Collected from various sources, compiling on a single post. If you’ve more slogan suggestions then please leave a comment.
- Cover your stump before you hump
- Before you attack her, wrap your whacker
- Don’t be silly, protect your Willie
- When in doubt shroud you spout
- Don’t be a loner, cover your boner
- You can’t go wrong, if you shield your dong
- If your not going to sack it, go home and whack it
- If you think she’s spunky, cover your monkey
- It will be sweeter if you wrap your peter
- If you slip between her thighs, condomize
- She won’t get sick if you wrap your dick
- If you go into heat, package your meat
- While your undressing Venus, dress up your penis
- When you take off her pants and blouse, suit up your mouse
- Especially in December, gift wrap your member
- Never ever deck her, with an unwrapped pecker
- Don’t be a fool, vulcanize your tool
- The right selection, is to protect your erection
- Wrap it in foil, before you check her oil
- A crank with armor, will never harm her
- If you really love her, wear a cover
- Don’t make a mistake, cover your snake
- Sex is cleaner with a packaged wiener
- If you can’t shield your rocket, leave it in your pocket
Serving size: 5 people
- Rice: 500 grams
- Moog daal (roasted): 500 grams
- Cinnamon: 4 sticks (2.5 centimeter long)
- Whole cardamoms : 4-5
- Whole cloves : 4-5
- Whole cumin seeds (jeera): A liberal pinch
- Bay leaves: 2
- Ginger: 4 cm long, chopped fine
- Whole green chillies: 2
- Turmeric powder: 1.5 teaspoonful
- Mustard oil: 60 milliliter
- Salt: As required
- As goes with the Bengali tradition, first rinse the rice and leave it to dry in a colander. The daal is washed and roasted until it gives a beautiful flavour which is quite unlike the raw daal.
- Heat water in a kettle not boiling for the cooking. Adding hot water always aids the cooking process than adding cold water.
- Put oil in a heavy bottomed cooking pot and after it gets hot put in the whole garam masala with the bay leaves. When they start sputtering and gives out a flavour add the cumin and the ginger and cook by stirring until you get the nutty flavour of cooked ginger.
- Add the rice to the oil and fry for 2/3 minutes.
- Add the roasted moog daal and the turmeric powder after adding some water (hot). The level of water should not be more than 4 centimeters (1.5 inches) above the level of rice and daal.
- After checking for the lentils to get cooked add the whole green chillies, salt and sugar to taste and just before removing from the fire add some powdered garam masala.
- The Khichuri is accompanied by fried halves of potatoes, chicken, red meat, Hilsha or some other fried fish, sometimes eggs, and any other fritter that you can think of. Only thing is that they should be crisp and exciting.
Photo credit: Nurur Rahman.
Adventures of Tintin by Hergé
Publisher: Ananda Publishers, India
The first title published in Bengali was “Tintin in Tibet” 1988 followed by “The Castafiore Emerald” the next year, the last title was “Tintin in Congo”, published in 2006.
1 Get and stay out of your comfort zone. I believe that not much happens of any significance when we’re in our comfort zone. I hear people say, “But I’m concerned about security.” My response to that is simple: “Security is for cadavers.”
2 Never give up. Almost nothing works the first time it’s attempted. Just because what you’re doing does not seem to be working, doesn’t mean it won’t work. It just means that it might not work the way you’re doing it. If it was easy, everyone would be doing it, and you wouldn’t have an opportunity.
3 When you’re ready to quit, you’re closer than you think. There’s an old Chinese saying that I just love, and I believe it is so true. It goes like this: “The temptation to quit will be greatest just before you are about to succeed.”