Saturday, 26 September 2015


Kissing seems like it would be one of those instinctive things humans do — like yawning, stretching or scratching. After all, what is the big deal about two pairs of lips locking together?
However, some kisses can be relationship-ending turnoffs. A bad kiss can be so stomach-churning that the recipient never wants to encounter your lips again. A kiss can be so repulsive that the thought of your lips touching theirs makes them want to heave.

Pucker up

Don’t think you’ll get past first base if you are a bad kisser. According to a study in the journal Evolutionary Psychology, 70 per cent of women have said that they have fancied someone up until their (awful) first kiss.

One-shot wonder

You only get one first kiss, and be warned she’s judging you on it. “The first kiss involves a very complicated exchange of information,” says evolutionary psychologist Gordon G. Gallup from the University at Albany, USA. “Women subconsciously use that first kiss to tell whether or not they’re compatible with you by using clues like the smell of your breath and taste of your mouth.”
Kiss off: Don’t suck a mint before you lean in – a clean, smell-free mouth is best. A study by the University of Albany found that women interpret a clean, scent-free mouth to be free from disease. Cleanse your palette by skipping coffee. Instead, order a cup of green tea, recenty proven to relieve bad breath in s study by the University of British Columbia.

Take it slow

“While men use kissing to move on the action to steamier waters, women use it as a bonding act,” says Gallup.
Kiss off: “Don’t go in with the tongue right away,” says Dr Yvonne Fulbright, author of 
Touch Me There! A Hands-on Guide to Your Orgasmic Hot Spots, “men see it as being passionate – women see it as being choked. Instead, use time as a tease and get her titillated with simpler manoeuvres before making things wet.”
Start by planting a small tender kiss on each lip before placing soft, dry, relaxed kisses over the entire mouth. Trace her lips with your fingertips as you gaze into her eyes. This will make her feel wanted and your ability to be patient before diving in will make her feel that you're really savouring the moment before savouring her.

Tongue war

A study by the University of California found that men prefer their kisses to be 33 per cent sloppier and with 11% more tongue than women. This is because, while she’s trying to judge you on your kissing style, you are subtly trying to up the ante by slipping her a hormonal love drug. Male spit is laden with testosterone which, when passed onto an unsuspecting partner, makes them want to get naughty.
Kiss off: Show her that you’re not really the sex-crazed brute she thinks you are. Scientists at Ruhr-University of Bochum, Germany, found that if you tilt your head to the right while kissing it will be interpreted as a more caring kiss.

Brush up

Brush your lips between her throat and chin. The skin is thinner where the body flexes as the nerves and blood vessels are closer to the surface—that’s why it’s also a perfume point, he adds. By doing this, you’ll engage sensory receptors and trigger an emotional response. “It feels very intimate to let a person that close,” says Debby Herbenick, a sex researcher with the Kinsey Institute, Indiana, USA.

Kiss off: “Practise at home by snogging your palm,” says Tracey Cox, sex expert. “Your palm is sensitive enough to pick up on the different tongue techniques and you’ll get a good idea of what works and what doesn’t.”

When in doubt…

“Your mouth is not a Jack-in-the-Box,” say Em and Lo, authors of Nerve's Guide to Sex Etiquette for Ladies and Gentlemen. “Every time you open it, your tongue should not automatically pop out - work up to this most precocious of French manoeuvres.”
Kiss off: “When in doubt, follow this order of operations,” advises Em and Lo:

1. Closed mouth
2. Opened mouth, no tongue
3. Opened mouth, just the hint of tongue
4. Full-on tongue probing

Whether this four-step process takes half hour or 30-seconds, the build-up is infinitely preferable to sticking out one's tongue and saying, ‘ahhh’ as one's patented opening move.

I have sum up the best kissing technique in following six simple steps

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The kiss can be an important expression of love and erotic emotions. Kristoffer Nyrop describes the kiss of love as an "exultant message of the longing of love, love eternally young, the burning prayer of hot desire, which is born on the lovers' lips, and 'rises,' as Charles Fuster has said, 'up to the blue sky from the green plains,' like a tender, trembling thank-offering." Nyrop adds that the love kiss, "rich in promise, bestows an intoxicating feeling of infinite happiness, courage, and youth, and therefore surpasses all other earthly joys in sublimity.

Steps for Perfect Kissing

So, let's go over the basic steps of how to kiss. A kiss that will make the recipient desire you more, rather than leaving them wishing they never kissed you at all. 

1. Fresh breath. 
       Make certain your breath is fresh, minty or sweet. Few things are as noxious as a mouth that tastes of garlic, cheetos or old fish.

2. Kissable lips. 
      There is something about kissably soft lips that hypnotize and beckon you, ever so sweetly, to come play with them. Make sure your lips are as tantalizing as they can be.

3. Subtly open your mouth. 
      Part your lips slightly. Remember, this is not about swallowing his head. No one wants their face drenched in your saliva. Do not open your mouth so wide your partner could take swimming lessons in your throat.

4. Do not immediately look for his tongue. 
       Tongues generally meet when kissing. However, do not grab his tongue for dear life. If this occurs, there is a chance he will lose his breathe and choke. Do not try to give him a tonsillectomy.

5. Kiss his mouth. 
       Plant your kisses all over his mouth, the corners, his top lip and bottom. Then draw back a little before allowing the kiss to proceed. 

6. Relax. 
       Do not get so uptight. You should not be wondering how the kiss will be, if he likes you or if you two will on another date. This kind of stress will make you stiff as a board in his arms.

Kissing, when done right, carries more weight than it is given credit for. Brush up on your kissing skills and leave your partner wanting more. 

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Friday, 28 August 2015


Now you can Mark Messages as unread  
    Now you can mark the Whatsapp message as ‘unread’ after reading them. To do this, after reading the message, go back to the main menu, long press the person’s name and there will be option as ‘mark as unread’. Similarly, without going through the Whatsapp message, you can mark it as ‘read’ too. Also, the mark as unread will also not change the sequence of the messages. This feature is useful when you want to again read the message at a later time. A clarification though, the mark as unread will not change the status as ‘read’ in the senders mobile.

Low Data Consumption in voice calls
     We all want to make voice calls through Whatsapp but afraid of the data charges. Well, with this Whatsapp feature, Whatsapp will compress your voice calls and your data consumption will be significantly less. To activate it, go to settings>chat and call settings>call settings.

Mute notification for individual contacts
        Again a great feature by Whatsapp to make our life easier. So many times we want to silent few contacts only. Just like custom notification, you can go to ‘about’ tab of the contacts and choose to mute the notification for that person only. Sliding the lock bar to right will give you options like ‘mute chat for 8 hours, 1 week or 1 year’. You may choose to ‘show the notification’ or ‘hide the notification’ from the same menu. This Whatsapp feature has given you more freedom to choose the notification.

Set Custom Ringtones for contacts
       Till now, Whatsapp allowed you can set only one ringtone for all groups and contacts. But in this version of Whatsapp, you have a feature to set custom ringtone for each contact. So you may assign a song to your special friend and will immediately know when his/her message comes. To do so, go to ‘about’ tab of the contact (you can do it by long pressing the contact name) and then custom ringtone.

Integration with Google drive
    The long awaited feature of integration of Whatsapp with ‘Google drive’ so that you need not to manually upload media to Google drive. Although, this feature is still not fully ‘ON’ in the current version, there is statistics of Google Drive data sent and received in settings>accounts>network usage. This statistics gives a certain hope that in the next update, Whatsapp will be certainly integrated with Google Drive.

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Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Amazing Google Tricks That Will Change The Way You Search


Google Search’s learning curve is an odd one. You use it every day, but still all you know is how to search. But the search engine has plenty of tricks up its sleeve.
Here’s an overview of some of the most useful Google search tricks, from basic tips to new features just recently released.

1:Tilt your Screen by Searching Tilt
This is one of the fun additions built in by Google engineers. Try it out yourself (search without quotes).
2:Search Images Using Images
Ever come across a photo that looks strangely familiar? Or if you want to know where it came from? If you save the image, and then search it on Google Images (with the camera button), you’ll be able to see similar images on the web.
3:Press the Mic Icon on Google's Search Bar, and say "Flip A Coin" or "Heads or Tails"
The feature released recently lets Google flip a coin for you when you don’t have one on hand.
4:Use Quote to search for an Exact Phrase
This one’s a well-known, simple trick: searching a phrase in quotes will yield only pages with the same words in the same order as what’s in the quotes. It’s one of the most vital search tips, especially useful if you’re trying to find results containing a specific a phrase.
5:Use an Asterisk within quotes to specify an unknown or variable word
Here’s a lesser known trick: searching a phrase in quotes with an asterisk replacing a word will search all variations of that phrase. It’s helpful if you’re trying to determine a song from its lyrics, but you couldn’t make out the entire phrase (e.g. “imagine all the * living for today”), or if you’re trying to find all forms of an expression (e.g. “* is thicker than water”).
6:Use the Minus Sign to Eliminate results containing certain words
You’ll want to eliminate results with certain words if you’re trying to search for a term that’s generating a lot of results that aren’t of interest to you. Figure out what terms you’re not interested in (e.g. jaguar -car) and re-run the search.
7:Compare foods using "vs."
Can’t decide between a burger or pizza for dinner? Type in “burger vs. pizza” for example, and you’ll receive side-by-side comparisons of the nutritional facts.
8:Filter Search results for Recipies
If you search your favorite food, and then click “Search Tools” right under the search bar, you’ll be able to filter recipes based on ingredients, cook time and calories. It’s the perfect tool if you have certain dietary restrictions.
9:Use "DEFINE:" to learn the meaning of words-slang included
Streamline the dictionary process by using, for example, “DEFINE: mortgage.” For words that appear in the dictionary, you’ll be able to see etymology and a graph of its use over time alongside the definition. Google will even sift the web to define slang words or acronyms. Try out “DEFINE: bae” or “DEFINE: SMH”.
10:Play ATARI BREAKOUT by searching it on Google images
The legendary brick breaker game is available for easy access on Google. Just search “Atari Breakout” (without quotes) on Google Images and enjoy.

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Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Tips and Tricks For Clash of Clans

        Like a lot of similar scale casual games, Clash of Clans has a lot of nuance that is not really documented. While most elements of the game are fairly straightforward, there's a couple of things you need to know if you want to quickly climb the ranks and prove that you are the best among your friends. With that in mind, we've assembled a couple of tips that will give you an edge over your opponents no matter what level you are currently at.


Clash of Clans is a resource-based strategy game, and like all good resource-based strategy games you need to quickly establish as many resource collectors as possible in order to get anywhere. Building an army and attacking other villages is a ton of fun, but every minute you spend waiting for resources is a minute you're not burning someone's village to the ground, so focus on resource collection first and do it right.
Make sure you build the maximum number of Gold and Elixir collectors allowed by your Town Hall, and level those collectors up as frequently as possible. The same goes for your resource storage collectors, especially if you want to level up your Town Hall quickly. You need to be able to store resources in vast quantities to afford Town Hall upgrades, and especially in the early stages of the game this is very important.


Your Gold and Elixir are produced at a constant, predictable rate. To optimize the number of times you are checking in on your clan, take a look at the information tab for your resource generators. You'll see the rate that each system produces Gold or Elixir, and the total amount of that resource each system can hold before you need to dump that resource into their storage containers. It's quick math, just divide the rate per hour by the total and the answer is how many hours you have until that collector is full.
If your resource collectors are all the same level, you can even set alarms on your phone to remind you to check every couple of hours. This ensures you aren't losing time where your collectors are full, and you'll be able to grow your village much faster.

Leveling up your Town Hall gives you access to a whole new range of things, and that almost always means it's time to build yourself a bigger base. If you've decided to build your walls out bigger than you need so there's room for expansion inside your village, you've probably noticed that the enemy will sometimes spawn inside your base and start wreaking havok. Fixing this is easy, as you just move the walls or fill in the space behind the walls, but it's important to remember that any gap inside your village will leave an opening for your opponent to exploit.
To create a zero-gap base, move any building and pay attention to the white space that appears when you set the building down. As long as there are no gaps in that white space inside your base, your opponent will have to spawn from the outside and fight in to get to your village. This is also why you see people put buildings outside of their walls, as it increases the distance the enemy soldier has to travel in order to reach the base and leaves those soldiers open to be weakened by your defenses.

Clash of Clans allows users to purchase shield time, which makes it so other players can't attack you. It's a nice idea as features go, but there's another way to get shields and while it's a little less dignified you don't have to pay in-game currency to get it. After you've taken a beating, the game throws up a shield for set amounts of time to aid in the recovery effort. Both kinds of shield go away if you decide to launch an attack on another player, and if you were just 100% wiped out by another player you probably don't want to do that.
Pay attention to your shield time, and use that to adjust your village so you are able to defend better next time.

It doesn't take long for you to outgrow whatever little patch of land you choose to settle in on your map in Clash of Clans, and that means you have to spend some resources clearing the landscape a bit. For lower level folk it's something of an expensive undertaking, but it must be done. Each map starts with 40 random obstacles on the map, with a couple of obstacles that respawn occasionally. As an incentive, clearing your map will earn your village both Gems and experience, so even if you've cleared everything you need to grow your village it doesn't hurt to knock a few more boulders and trees out of the way while you're waiting for something to upgrade.
You will also occasionally come across holiday themed obstacles as well as Gem boxes. These aren't the same as your regular obstacles, as the holiday gear will net you Gold and the Gem box will net you 25 Gems. Eventually, you'll reach milestone achievements for clearing 10, 50, and 100 obstacles. These achievements will earn you even more Gems, so keep clearing.

Even when your shields are up, you can use your horde to attack Goblin villages in single player mode. While there are no trophies to be won for destroying a Goblin village, if you are smart about your attacks and don't just dump 100 warriors on the field it's not a bad way to make some quick cash in the game. You can also use the single player missions to unlock achievements, which earns you small amounts of Gems each time.
While Goblin villages are never designed the way human players set up their villages, due to the differences in building types and access to way more walls than humans have access to, these missions are a decent way to learn the best ways to take out defense turrets. Plus, you can replay the same mission over and over to try out new tactics, though you don't get any payout the second time.

Whether your opponent is spamming your village with warriors or there's a handful of giants smashing your walls, Mortar turrets are your best friend if you use them right. Every turret has a clear advantage and disadvantage, but the Mortar's ability to deal area damage is a huge deal for everyone. Unfortunately, as is often the case with Mortars, there's a minimum range they can shoot to avoid dealing damage to itself.
You need to put your Mortar in a place that defends as much of your village as possible, but in order to keep it safe you need to make that location difficult to get to. Use whatever you think is best, including walls, traps, and even other defense turrets. The longer you can keep the enemy in that white ring, the greater your chances of success will be.

Your Clan Castle is a lot more than just a shining beacon that lets everyone know you are part of a team. It's also an outpost for soldiers from your other clansmen, and if you have troops in that clan castle they will spring to life and attack enemies that have come to lay waste to your village. Unfortunately, you can't just train troops and send them to your clan castle. You have to request troops from your clansmen, and whatever they provide you with is what you get.
Talk to your fellow clanners and form a plan for what troops get sent where. The number of troops you can hold depends on what level your Clan Castle is, so be sure to level up and make sure everyone in your clan requests troops as frequently as possible.

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Monday, 23 March 2015


     These tricks are very helpful while typing cause these tricks save a lot of time and efforts.Here i m going to tell you the most important tricks that you will need while typing

1:Delete an Entire Word

        Instead of deleting a single letter, pressing CTRL + BKSP will delete the entire word behind the cursor. This makes deleting text quicker if you screw up a whole word.

2:Making Subscript and Superscript Text

        If you need to make sub or superscript text (think exponents for superscript), press CTRL + = for subscript and CTRL + SHIFT + = for superscript.

3:Move Cursor To The Beginning of Next or Previous     Word

          Moving the cursor around manually while typing is a great way to make your work take longer than it needs to. To speed of the process, move the cursor around with keyboard shortcuts. To move it to the beginning of the previous word, use CTRL + Left Arrow. To move it to the beginning of the next word, use CTRL + Right Arrow. In OS X you can accomplish the same using the Option key.

4:Paste Plain Text of What Was Copied

         When you copy text from any source, programs will usually copy any formatting that comes with it. To paste this as plain text, press CTRL + Shift + V instead of the standard CTRL + V, and the system will paste unformatted text.
Note that many programs follow this parameter (Chrome, Firefox, etc.) but not all, particularly Microsoft programs like Word or Outlook. For those there's a few alternatives that go beyond copying and pasting in Notepad:
 1) CTRL + ALT + V will show a 'paste special' dialog box.
 2) CTRL + Spacebar will remove formatting in already pasted text.


      These tricks will help you to browse and navigate through web pages easily.

1:Automatically add   WWW.   and  .COM  to a URL

        You can shave off a couple of seconds typing in a URL by simply click CTRL + Enter after you type the name of the site. Need .net instead of .com, press CTRL + Shift + Enter instead.

2:Jump to Address Bar

       There are a number of ways to jump right to the address bar from anywhere in browser. Pressing CTRL + L, F6, and ALT + D all accomplish this goal.

3:Bring Back a Closed Tab

        It's super useful. Accidentally closed a tab? Simply press CTRL + Shift + T to reopen the most recently closed tab and get back to what you were doing.

4:Use Private Browsing

         The uses for not having cookies and history saved are obvious for certain activities, you know, like shopping for gifts on a shared computer (of course!). Pressing CTRL + Shift + N will launch a new private in Chrome, CTRL + Shift + P will do it in Firefox and Internet Explorer.

5:Cycle Through Open Tabs

        Pressing CTRL + TAB while in a browser will flip between each one. This can be much faster than moving the mouse and clicking on a tab. CTRL + NUM (1, 2, 3, 4, n..) will also take you to certain tab in that numeric order.

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Use Your Keyboard As A mouse

You know you can use your mouse as a keyboard using the on-screen keyboard utility. What if i tell that it is also possible to do the reverse....

Just read this post to know how

   If your mouse is not working and you don't wish to wait till you get a new mouse, you would definitely like to know how to use your keyboard as mouse.

All you need to do is:-

Windows XP users:

1:Go to control panel

2:Then click on switch to classic view

3:Then click on Accessibility Options

4:Click on the Mouse Tab

5:Select Use Mousekeys

6:Click on OK

7:Then Activate NumberLock (by pressing the              

                                                                  numlock key)

8:You should a beep sound

9:Now you can control the mouse pointer using the 

  arrow keys on the numeric keypad

Windows 8 and Windows 7 users:-

1: Go to Control Panel->Ease of Access->Ease of 

    Access Center

2:Click on Make the mouse easier to use

3:Under Control the Mouse With Keyboard, 

    select the Turn On Mouse Keys checkbox.

You can increase the acceleration and speed of your

mouse movements according to your needs.

You can alternately press   ALT+SHIFT+NUMLOCK

to instantly activate mouse keys

For Laptops,this will only work if you have a 

numeric keypad or alternate keys which you can 

enable by pressing NUMLOCK or function key.

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