Vampire Knight: Blood and Romance

Vampire Knight is one of those anime series I define as special. It takes me away to another world filled with blood and romance at the same time leaving me with a strong feeling of delight. Having watched the last episode it is really sad to go back to monotonous reality and its faded colors.

There are three main characters in the anime:

Kuran Kaname, a pure blooded vampire who is respected and feared:

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The Funniest Youtube Channels

Funny things happen all around us and our friends can create a joke which will be a way greater than anything we read in newspaper anecdotes. With the help of the Internet people received an opportunity to share their funny creations with the rest of the world. For instance, everybody can post their videos on YouTube and make the audience laugh to tears. Here is my personal top of the funniest YouTube channels which has millions of subscribers for providing some particular feature.

1.The Annoying Orange. In every video of this type an orange with human eyes and mouth appears and behave annoying as it is stated in the title. The orange meet different other fruits and irritates them as well as the audience with its obnoxious behavior. The secret of the popularity of these videos remain obscure – may be it is the absurdity f the situation when some orange spoils the mood of other fruits.

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Top 5 Medical Fallacies Doctors Believe

The modern world is flooded with myths and fallacies though the current level of science and medicine is much more higher than few years ago. Generally all these myths are harmless. But if the doctors themselves believe the myths concerning the functioning of a human body we have a reason to take them seriously. Some specialists aim to prove the inconsistency of the most wide spread fallacies but they generally don’t succeed. The people tend to suppose the words of their local Gps to be the absolute truth.

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Face to Face with Yourself

World is becoming an overpopulated and overcrowded place to live in. Sometimes it is difficult even to hear your own thoughts, not mentioning your low inner voice which tells you in what direction to develop. So, it may be useful for your personal development to live away from the society for some time to clear your mind from all external noises. There are a few places in the world which personally I consider to be perfect for living in solitude.

Greenland, for instance, has the lowest population rate. The capital of it, Nuuk is a home for about 15,000 people, but if you find it too crowded you may go further to the North to the Nord settlement where you will feel like a real hermit.

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Top Hair Trends 2012

Long Hair Ideas

Long, Groomed And Bouncy

Hello from seventies! Coco Chanel used to say that clean and groomed hair itself is a great hairstyle. So, feel free to just make your hair loose and use special sprays and other hair care supplies to make them look shiny and gorgeous.


That’s the hottest 2012 hair trend applicable for both men and women. You can choose from parted greaser style, a slicked-back greaser style or a pompadour style. Use sea salt spray and pomade to create waves and just comb your hair back.

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Spicy Temptation – Indian Cuisine

One of the best ways to learn more about cultural life of some foreign country is to explore its cuisine as food plays an important role in the establishment and preservation of traditions and rituals. Tell me what you eat and I tell you where you live – thus a famous proverb can be paraphrased. India, for instance, is a mysterious world of entangled traditions and believes. To make the acquaintance with this country as simple and pleasant as can be, one should start with its cuisine.

The food preferences of the Indians are different in the North and South regions. In the north of the country people traditionally eat wheat, in the south – rice. The southern Indians use coconut chips and coconut butter, while the northern people add onion and melted butter ghee. On then north it’s also popular to drink hot sweet tea with milk and add a breathtaking mix of spices in juices, so the Europeans find it practically impossible to drink.

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Memes – New Culture of Joking

Due to the growing popularity of social networks and different Internet communities a new kind of jokes, called memes has approached. Memes are also known as media viruses and present an idea, image or any other object of immaterial world which is transferred verbally, non-verbally or via Internet.

The term comes from a Greek word which can be translated as “semblance”. The name reflects the nature of this humorous phenomenon – it can replicate itself in numerous copies. The concept of memes was developed in 1976 by a British scientist Richard Dawkins. The principle of memes’ action is quite simple – somebody posts a picture with funny saying, the other users post the same picture with other phrases of their own and the meme’s popularity begins to grow.

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