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Funny Picture Fail !

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Did you find out what they have forgotten on this above picture? If not then you might have less common sense. If yes then ask your friends if they will find out or not ! I don’t know where this picture was taken. I mean in which country this bus could be found with this type of silly advertisers but this is hilarious and whoever is the advertiser, he is paying money only to stick his photograph on to the bus. Before making any advertising campaign an advertiser should ask himself about this silly question. How the fcuk his customer will be able to contact him without his phone number ? As if everybody has got their number and know them personally. Hey dude whoever it is I liked your brain.

1 salute to his brain = 1 share in Facebook

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Do You Like Dog Style ?

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kick is a physical strike using the footleg, or knee (the latter is also known as a knee strike). This type of attack is used frequently by hooved animals as well as humans in the context of stand-up fighting. Kicks play a significant role in many forms of martial arts, such as TaekwondoSikaranKaratePankrationKung fuVovinamKickboxingMuay ThaiCapoeiraSilat, and Kalarippayattu.

The English verb to kick appears only in the late 14th century, apparently as a loan from Old Norse, originally in the sense of a hooved animal delivering strikes with his hind legs; the oldest use is Biblical, in the metaphor of an ox kicking against the pricks.

Kicks as an act of human aggression have likely existed worldwide since prehistory. However, high kicks, aiming above the waist or to the head appear to have originated from Asian martial arts. Such kicks were introduced to the west in the 19th century with early hybrid martial arts inspired by Asian styles such as Bartitsu and Savate. Practice of high kicks became more universal in the second half of the 20th century with the more widespread development of hybrid styles such as kickboxing and eventually mixed martial arts.

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Student Of The Year !

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student (Also Pupil) is a learner, or someone who attends an educational institution. In some nations, the English term (or its cognate in another language) is reserved for those who attend university, while a schoolchild under the age of eighteen is called a pupil in English (or an equivalent in other languages), although in the United States and in Australia a person enrolled in grades K–12 is often called a student. In its widest use, student is used for anyone who is learning, including mid-career adults who are taking vocational education or returning to university.

The above picture implicates about recent activity of Nepalese students in Nepal.

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Dear SLC Students

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The School Leaving Certificate, popularly abbreviated as SLC is the final examination in the secondary school system of Nepal. It is equivalent to GCE, the academic qualification in UK. Every student must take this examination for completing the 10th grade of their study before they join higher secondary or intermediate level education. The SLC examination is normally scheduled in April to June of every year. It is known as the “iron gate” in Nepal. In reality, however, there are indeed more obstacles regarding higher-level studies after the examination. Nevertheless, the SLC Examinations are the most important examination in the educational system of Nepal for building an academic career.

About two and a half months or even three months after the completion of the SLC, the results are published by the Examination Control Board. Students are categorized into five divisions according to their score:

  • Distinction – above 80%
  • First Division – above 60%
  • Second Division – above 45%
  • Third Division – above 32%
  • Fail-Below 32%

Despite such a low percentage requirement to pass the examination, many students (more than 50%), mostly students of governmental schools in rural areas of Nepal, still fail it every year because of the difficulty level that the exam has. Since government schools are known for being less rigorous to students as compared to the private schools, government school students are reportedly more likely to be in the pool of students who do not pass the exam. Even if one fails to get above 40 marks in each subject, they are declared failed. The result of the SLC is very important to an individual student, since students with high percentage are able to obtain various scholarships for their higher secondary level education.

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This Is How I Travel The World

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You can see people taking pictures from around the world. Have you ever wondered how they manage to get spare time and money to travel to the world and take pictures on such a difficult places where normally its impossible to take a selfie. If you watch this picture then you might get an idea about how people are taking pictures around the earth as if they have visited lots of places on the earth. Though there are various techniques to hide the reality about the actual picture. For example there are lots of pictures you could find on the internet which are photoshoped to look entirely changed from original. There are other few funny ideas to take a picture which would look like a selfie.

 

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Animals Hate Girls ! See 5 Photos

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Many naturalists have studied aspects of animal behaviour throughout history. The modern discipline of ethology is generally considered to have begun during the 1930s with the work of Dutch biologist Nikolaas Tinbergen and by Austrian biologists Konrad Lorenz and Karl von Frisch, joint winners of the 1973 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. Ethology is a combination of laboratory and field science, with a strong relation to some other disciplines such as neuroanatomy, ecology, and evolution. Ethologists are typically interested in a behavioural process rather than in a particular animal group, and often study one type of behavior, such as aggression, in a number of unrelated animals.

The desire to understand animals has made ethology a rapidly growing field. Since the turn of the 21st century, many aspects of animal communication, animal emotions, animal culture, learning, and even sexual conduct that experts long thought they understood, have been re-examined, and new conclusions reached. New fields have developed, such as neurology.

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