Saturday, November 18, 2006

Saturday Night At Home Alone, Self Inflicted

Well everyone I know is out doing something fun and exciting tonight and I get to stay at home alone, and do laundry (bla...) and the dishes that obviously my other half wasn't inspired to do either. (phew) I have a race in the morning at UBC 9am, so must be fresh in the morning. I know I'll thank myself a 1000 times when the alarm sounds at 7am and I didn't just get home 2hrs ago.

Well here is something I found on a friends myspace in the comments section that sounded exciting. Well I thought it was exciting until I read the end, Happy Saturday Night everyone!

I just thought I should be up front with you.
I Want To Have My Way With You!
I will seek and I will find you ...
I shall take you to bed and have my way with you.
I will make you ache, shake & sweat until you moan & groan.
I will make you beg for mercy, beg for me to stop.
I will exhaust you to the point that you will be relieved when I'm finished with you.
And, when I am finished, you will be weak for days.
All my love, . . . . . . . . . .

~The Flu~

More interesting trivia

-thanks to my December edition of Psychology Today
London School of Economics reviewed data on the attractiveness of 2972 men and women who were rated on a five - point scale and found that the fives had significantly more daughters: 56 percent for the couples with one or two hotties versus 48% for the rest. Why the propensity for pink? Parental traits that server one gender better than the other can influence the sex of the baby (though no one's sure exactly how). Because girls have historically relied on beauty for reproductive success, pretty parents have a better chance of passing along their genes through daughters.

It's amazing in psychology what type of experiments they will conjure and find significance for. I was surprised to read this!

Another article talks about character traits that may or may not change in a lifetime.

Being organized, self-discipline, goal-directed - rose across the board over time. The biggest increases being during the 20's.
Agreeableness, shown by generosity, selflessness and helpfulness, and mostly commonly linked to building relationships, increased most during the 30's.
Neuroticism in women declined with much older age, but not so with men. Openness declined persistently over time for both sexes. Extroversion dropped among women but not for men.

Last statement that's interesting, I never thought of it as pessimistic!

Being self-critical, which is a form of pessimism, is a very good thing. A mix of discontent is a healthy thing: it creates striving."

4 comments:

the salmon said...

hmmm, interesting tidbit there re: daughters...we think our daughter is gorgeous of course, i wonder what the next one will be...?

Lisa's Diet said...

Gorgeous and adorable of coarse :) I’ll say a girl!

Green Squiggly said...

why not link to the webpage you are quoting? that's good blogging habits

Lisa's Diet said...

Can't, they don't publish the articles online with Psychology today until the magazines been out for awhile. Yikes it's rainning really hard and very windy this is going to be a crazy run!