Lace is a patterned fabric made by looping, braiding, or twisting a thread using machines and/or some delicate handwork. It’s usually made of cotton, silk, or rayon and features an embroidered design. The open weave . . .
The open cell roof top roof breaks the standard aluminum grille thought and fosters a blend grille that is more helpful for support and establishment. The combo matrix consolidates the customary bone framework with the . . .
My friend vividly recalled his first kiss with his wife a decade ago. They were sitting on the couch in her dad’s living room and as he leaned over to kiss her, he lost his . . .
Arunoday Singh and Aditi Rao Hydari have created a record of sorts in Bollywood with their twenty two kisses in their film, Yeh Saali Zindagi. They seemed to have beaten Mallika Sherawat who had seventeen . . .
Most people simply pop a pain pill at the first sign of a migraine, and for some migraine sufferers this works alright for now. Unfortunately, the more painkillers you consume, the greater your chance of . . .
Kissing is a very romantic gesture of affection which is more intimate than any other sexual act. You do not have to be in Paris France to learn how to French kiss. Even while in . . .
Everyone knows about stealing a kiss under the mistletoe but not everyone knows about the kissing ball. This ornament harks back to Colonial days in America and it was a popular Christmas decoration during the . . .
Many girls have decided that they will take the first step in getting their boyfriend to kiss them, even if they are not certain whether their boyfriend is ready or not. If you happen to . . .
Discovering that you can actually teach your chilli to do chinchilla tricks can be one of the most exciting aspects of owning these adorable little creatures. It’s easy to think of them sort of like . . .
The Hindu religion is like a vast ocean. It encompasses many gods and goddesses including even religions. For example the Lord Buddha is considered a Hindu incarnate as well. The Hindu religion is a distinct . . .