Tuesday, December 25, 2018

New York Restaurant The Waiters Are Sword-Wielding NINJAS

A Japanese Ninja Restaurant in Tribeca, New York, is impressing diners with kung fu fire tricks, dangling sword-carrying waiters and even exploding food.

Signature dishes on the menu include chopped conch in garlic-butter sauce which explodes in flames after its fuse is lit.

There's also the 'meteorite pot' - a clam and soy soup which is cooked over 800C rocks at your tabl
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Dinner with a difference: The menu on offer in the New York restaurant is served by a range of skilled Japanese ninjas

As these hilarious pictures show the eatery is certainly not for the faint hearted especially when you're being served by a man carrying a three-foot long sword.

Photographer Jay Fine said the restaurant was a big hit with New Yorker's who enjoy a meal out with a difference.

He said: 'When you go in to the place you enter an elevator in the dark and you have these two guys in ninja outfits next to you, then they suddenly start shouting 'Hiya!', it's not for the faint hearted.'

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Dinner with a difference: The menu on offer in the New York restaurant is served by a range of skilled Japanese ninjas

'When I was taking the photos this one lady was really surprised when a ninja hanging off the ceiling suddenly showed his sword, it was hilarious.'

'Actually you get all sorts going for food, from couples to whole families and it is a really different place to eat, there's nowhere else like it in New York and we have plenty of unusual places.'

The ninja was a covert agent or mercenary of feudal Japan.

They figure prominently in folklore and legend, and some legendary abilities purported to be in the province of ninja training include invisibility, walking on water, and control over the natural elements.

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

AISOS - World's First Sex School Opens in Austria | Sex Education

Most Brits think it's an activity best learned behind closed doors.

But an enterprising Swedish schoolmistress thinks otherwise.

Ylva-Maria Thompson has opened the world's first international sex school to teach its students how to be better lovers.

The Austrian International Sex School in Vienna offers 'hands on' lessons in seduction for £1,400 a term.
World's First Sex School

The 'headmistress' says anyone over the age of 16 can enrol at 'the world's first college of applied sexuality'.

Students live in a mixed sex dormitory block where they're expected to practise their homework.

And at the end of the course, they are awarded a qualification.

The new school head said: 'Our core education is not theoretical, but very practical. The emphasis is on how to be a better lover.

'Sexual positions, caressing techniques, anatomical features. And we teach people hands on.'

School spokesperson Melodi Kirsch added: 'We are confident that the school will be a great success.

'Ylva-Maria has worked for a long time on this idea and has received much encouragement and interest.'

The school has already been controversial in Austria.

Raunchy adverts showing a couple making love have already been banned by Austrian TV.

One protester said: 'This is wrapped up in a very stylish way but it is just selling sex.'

Saturday, December 08, 2018

Cathie Jung world Smallest Waist

Pensioner Cathie Jung has worn tight-fitting corsets for years to become the woman with the world's smallest waist.

The super-fit 70-year-old has a tiny waist which measures just 15in (38cm) - making her figure distinctly hourglass.

The Queen of Corsets, as she has aptly named herself, appears in the new edition of the Guinness Book of World Records.

Cathie Jung world Smallest Waist

Cathie Jung’s tiny waist really does measure just 15in. But the super-thin 70-year-old insists there is no, ahem, corset for concern. Grandmother Cathie is perfectly healthy despite having a midriff that can be reduced to the size of a large mayonnaise jar. And having the smallest living person’s waistline has got her into the new edition of the Guinness Book Of Records.

Cathie’s astonishing 39-15-39 figure is the result of spending the last 25 years laced into tight corsets, which only come off when she showers.Cathie, from Manteo, North Carolina, reckons that while her corsets restrict her waist they don’t hold her back from everyday tasks.

She said: “I do everything that I want to do. I eat fairly small meals but I prefer that at my age anyway. I find it tricky sitting in low chairs and sometimes in restaurants I have to sit on the high chairs at the bar.

“I even have a special swimming costume with a corset sewn in it, so I can still go to the beach. And I am still able to do housework — unfortunately!”

Cathie’s husband Bob is an orthopaedic surgeon and he reckons his wife’s unique look does her no harm.

She said: “Bob has carried out X-rays on me and says the corset actually helps support my spine. Everything in the midriff is flexible.”

Hourglass: Pensioner Cathie Jung has a waist that measures just 15in

Cathie Jung on "This Morning" Show.

Richard Sandrak World's Strongest Boy

Richard Sandrak, also known as Little Hercules (born April 15, 1992) is a Ukrainian-born, American bodybuilder, martial artist and actor, renowned for his physique at an extremely young age. He is probably best known for his appearance in the documentary The World's Strongest Boy, which has been shown on several TV channels across the world, and for his dedication to bodybuilding

Richard Sandrak World's Strongest Boy

A remarkable story of a young child who by the age of six had a stomach so firm and so toned that he had, not a six-pack but, an eight-pack. Richard moved to the USA when he was two years old with his parents, Pavel and Lena, from the Ukraine for a better life.

Pavel, A World Martial Arts Champion and Lena, an Aerobics competitor, soon realised, or perhaps, soon decided that Richard would/could be a child prodigy. They began his training at the age of two with light exercises and martial arts skills. This progressed over the next few years to quite intense body-building work outs. Richard trained continuously and attained a truly remarkable physique.

Richard was put in touch with Frank and Sherry Goggin-Giardina, body-building, fitness and nutritional experts with the marketing clout to get Richard known. Frank and Sherry produced a healthy fitness program for the boy to follow and soon he was lifting 180 pounds. He continued to train in martial arts and by age eight had the strongest kicks and fastest punches in the world.

His ability to bench press heavy weights, as well as his training regimen, have made him known in the media of many nations as "The Strongest Boy in the World" have worked to get him a career in movies, much like Sandrak's idol, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and the family even launched a line of supplements featuring his picture on the packaging that Richard himself promoted (They caused controversy in the documentary he is in, as Sandrak's trainer at the time believed that his father was putting steroids in the supplements).

Friday, December 07, 2018

Mosienko penis strength competetion

penis strength competetion

The Ukrainian weightlifting team today proved that gambling does pay. The duo took a huge risk in this year's games by letting Bubka increase her weight over the summer to an impressive 65kg. However, lifter Mosienko showed little visible strain as he held her new weighty frame with a hands-free hold that won maximum points from the judges for both length and style

The video opens with what appears to be two athletes walking through a crowd. The voice over tells us, in an Olympic Commentator style, that the two, Mosienko and Bubka, are from the Ukraine and hope to win the event. As they walk up to the stage you notice that they don't appear to be wearing pants. The girl, Bubka, "mounts" her partner Mosienko and then lets go appearing to be held in place by Mosienko's ... "member". They hold the pose for 3 sec to victory and the crowd goes wild waving Ukranian flags as Mosienko and Bubka take gold for sport of "Pelvic Power Lifting".

Shaolin Kungfu

Shaolin Temple monks practice Shaolin Kungfu in Quanzhou City, South China's Fujian Province

In the west when we think of Jackie Chan, Bruce Lee and Jet Li we think of Kung fu, but interestingly here in China Kung Fu is just as likely to be called 'Wushu'.

P: Ni Hao. Welcome to "Ask Pingping and Jules", your bridge to Chinese culture. I'm Pingping.

J: Ni Hao. I'm Jules. Wo shi Zhu Li An. This morning I saw some people practicing Tai Chi in a park. It's fascinating. I've recently discovered that Tai chi is one of the many types of Wushu. You know, in the west when we think of Jackie Chan, Bruce Lee and Jet Li we think of Kung fu, but interestingly here in China Kung Fu is just as likely to be called 'Wushu'.

P: Yes, and there are many different varieties and styles of Wushu, and tai chi is one of the more famous of these styles.

J: So, Pingping are you a big fan of this genre of movie, the 'Kung fu' movie.

P: Absolutely. Jacky Chen is one of my idols. I love his movies.

J: So do I. Leaping onto roofs and vaulting over walls is amazing! So are these movements real Chinese kung fu moves or is it just make-believe for the movies?

P: Mostly it's real kung fu.
J: Wow. It must be complicated and mysterious. It's interesting that Kung fu films have had such a wide ranging influence on so many action films. But what's the origin of kung fu?

P: Kung fu, also known as Wushu or martial arts, was created for physical training and self-defence.

J: How long has it been practiced?

P: For around several thousand years. And because it's based around maintaining health, wushu was also used in conjunction with medicine in ancient times.

J: You mean wushu can cure diseases?

P: Yes. The famous ancient surgeon Hua Tuo created a set of exercises inspired by five animals for curing diseases and physical training. And they have been handed down to the present day.

J: Haha, interesting. But I don't understand why it is still so popular in China and gaining increasing interest throughout the world.

P: Um… in China I think the reason is that Wushu builds strong bodies and strengthens willpower and sometimes it offers training in fighting skills. But I'm not quite sure in other countries…

J: It's the cultural meaning I guess. In many foreigners' eyes, Wushu is one symbol of Chinese culture. Also it's also very cool!

P: Good point! Let me give you a test, how many types of Wushu do you know?

J: Thi Chi… It's really hard for me to name them all. I watched a lot of films and I studied a little bi of Wushu before but I don't actually know the individual names.

P: I see. Well …. Wushu is practiced by performing various types of set exercises. It generally falls into five categories; these include quanshu (barehanded exercises), qixie (exercises with weapons), duilian (dual combat), group performances and combat using offensive and defensive skills.

J: Well then, which type does Thi Chi belong to ?

P: Quanshu—barehanded boxing.

J: Oh….I found that some movements in Peking Opera seem very similar to wushu. Why is that ?

P: As wushu exercises contain many beautiful and natural body movements, they have become great attractions in Chinese operas, not only Peking Opera. Some of them have even been adopted to fighting scenes on the opera stage.

J: Okay. Pingping, could you tell me something about Shaolin Temple and it's connection with Kung fu. You know, Shaolin Temple attracts many foreigners because of this connection, as well as it's beautiful location.

P: Yeah. Shaolin Temple is much more than just a temple. In a sense, it is a famous wushu school and an institution in China. Since it was established in 477AD, people of all ages who have been interested in martial arts have came to the Shaolin Temple. The Shaolin Temple has its own unique type of wushu, called Shaolin kung fu.

J: Well, today we talked about "kung fu" in China.