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How to Live Forever [Infographic]

Do you ever wish you could live forever? Like the vampires? As an immortal? Well, now you can — or almost can. Enjoy!

How to Live Forever [Infographic]

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World’s Largest Fake Boobs Record Is Broken

Maxi Mounds, a stripper, has broken the record for the world’s largest fake breasts – thanks to a dangerous medical technique that is banned in Britain and the United States due to concerns about its safety. Maxi Mounds’ 36MM bust was accepted by Guinness World Records in a new World’s Largest Augmented Breasts category.

Each of her breasts weighs 20 pounds (9.07 kg) and they are still growing, thanks to the controversial “polypropylene string” treatment that created them.

(Source: Telegraph)

Animal Sleep Time By Hours

Below are the average sleeping hours animals (including human) need per day. And guess which animal sleep almost the same number of hours as men?

19 hours+

  • Brown Bat (19.9 hours)
  • Brown Bat

18 hours

  • Giant Armadillo (18.1 hours)
  • Giant Armadillo

  • Python (18 hours)

17 hours

  • Owl Monkey
  • Owl Monkey

16 hours

  • Infant Human (16 hours)
  • Tiger (15.8 hours)
  • Tiger

  • Tree shrew (15.8 hours)

15 hours

  • Squirrel (14.9 hours)
  • Squirrel

14 hours

  • Ferret (14.5 hours)
  • Three-toed Sloth (14.4 hours)
  • Golden Hamster (14.3 hours)
  • Golden Hamster

13 hours

  • Lion (13.5 hours)
  • Lion

  • Gerbil (13.1 hours)
  • Rat (12.6 hours)

12 hours

  • Cat (12.1 hours)
  • Cat

  • Cheetah (12.1 hours)
  • Mouse (12.1 hours)

11 hours

  • Rabbit (11.4 hours)
  • Jaguar (10.8 hours)
  • Duck (10.8 hours)
  • Dog (10.6 hours)
  • Dog

10 hours

  • Bottle-nosed dolphin (10.4 hours)
  • Bottle-nosed dolphin

  • Baboon (10.3 hours)
  • Chimpazee (9.7 hours)

9 hours

  • Guinea Pig (9.4 hours)
  • Guinea Pig

8 hours

  • Adult Human (8 hours)
  • Pig (7.8 hours)
  • Pig and Human have a lot in common
    Pig and Human have a lot in common

7 hours

  • Guppy Fish (7 hours)
  • Guppy Fish

6 hours

  • Gray Seal (6.2 hours)
  • Gray Seal

5 hours

  • Elderly Human (5.5 hours)
  • Goat (5.3 hours)
  • Goat

4 hours

  • Cow (3.9 hours)
  • Cow

  • Asiatic Elephant (3.9 hours)
  • Sheep (3.8 hours)

3 hours

  • African Elephant (3.3 hours)
  • Donkey (3.1 hours)
  • Horse (2.9 hours)
  • Horse

2 hours

  • Giraffe (1.9 hours)
  • Giraffe

50 Ways To Live Longer

Live longer

Nobody can live forever but we can live longer by practicing the followings.

  1. Sleep 6-7 hours per day, not more, not less
  2. Be optimistic
  3. Have more sex
  4. Have a massage
  5. Exercise
  6. Meditate
  7. Do sit-ups
  8. Take yoga
  9. Floss your teeth
  10. Visit the dentist regularly
  11. Watch your weight
  12. Quit smoking
  13. Manage stress
  14. Look after your breasts
  15. Check your blood pressure
  16. Have regular smear tests
  17. Have a glaucoma test
  18. Chill out
  19. Be rich
  20. Get a dog
  21. Laugh a little
  22. Live in the country
  23. Have lots of children
  24. Learn to play piano
  25. Play sudoku
  26. Play crossword puzzles
  27. Learn a new language
  28. Keep taking exams
  29. Keep on working, even after retired
  30. Be close to your mother
  31. Don’t BBQ
  32. Do gardening
  33. Eat more chocolate
  34. Eat pumpkins
  35. Eat beans and blueberries
  36. Eat gazpacho
  37. Eat spicy foods
  38. Eat salmon, sardines, mackerel or herring
  39. Eat the Mediterranean way
  40. Drink miso soup
  41. Drink red wine moderately
  42. Drink tea moderately
  43. Drink coffee moderately
  44. Drink more water
  45. Play brain games
  46. Move to Japan, France, Spain, Switzerland or Australia
  47. Don’t take work home
  48. Maintain your social life
  49. Volunteer
  50. Get married happily

How To Commute Greener

Commute Greener

Commuting by taking public transports is only the first step in making the world greener. However, have you ever pondered even by taking public transports, how one can still go one step further in making the world greener?

By taking public buses, trains, monorails, subways, etc., most commuters usually need to buy tickets which usually come in the form of paper or card. If your city has a million commuters and a quarter of them buy tickets daily, there would be a really big amount of wastage of papers already, nevermind the exact numbers.

So, how to go greener despite taking public transport?

  1. Get monthly passes / multi-ride tickets / season tickets.
    Monthly passes not only mean saving the hassles and money, you’ll get to save the environment too as instead of buying a ticket each for every working day in one-calendar month, you only buy one per month.
  2. Get an electronic fare card.
    In most major cities in many countries, electronic fare cards are available in many forms.
    In Washington – SmarTrip card, Singapore – EZ-Link card, Malaysia – Touch’n Go card, London – Oyster card, Melbourne – Myki card and so on. Instead of getting monthly passes (which still contributes to environmental wastage), you just need to get an electronic smartcard which you can use over and over again and top up the credit to continue using. Unless, of course, if you are the type who keep losing things.
  3. Choose Monorail / Light-Rail Transit over Buses / Trains.
    Buses and trains have very high Carbon dioxide emissions whereas Light rail and Monorail use less energy and generate less carbon dioxide.

Electronic fare cards are available in many different forms – in Europe, through mobile money in your cellphone and in one particular country, you can reload the value in your identity card! Though one can preserve the environment by doing so, you would not want your cellphone and identity card got stolen or lost in the process. For sure.