20.8.15

Miscellaneous Tidbits 5775 - JG 143







Eat Kosher!!!!!!You will live longer!!!








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Soy Judío - Aní Yehudí  - אני יהודי 


Things I wanted you to know - 
JGsome thoughts and actions to think aboutand you should







In some places around the world ....some individuals cringe when the subject of plastic surgery or admitting to having work done is  mentioned..it is taboo....but in one of the most narcissistic places as Beverly Hills it is a badge of honor or is considered chic.....and yesterday still looking like I was punched in the face I ventured onto Rodeo Drive and to Barneys.....I got so many compliments and admiring looks....really and a few told me, you will look fantastic after the swelling goes down; you see even store clerks like models and socialites love the fact that you went under the knife....under the scalpel if you wish....
And yes, sometime in a few weeks I will post the results.







Smile (if your face isn't botoxed), you're in sunny Beverly Hills




The goal of facial aesthetic surgery is to reverse the signs of aging without leaving tell tale signs. A facelift is not intended to make a person look fundamentally different, just fresher. It is an effective way to “turn back the clock” and the beneficial effects will last about ten years. When properly performed there is a natural appearance that never looks tight. Scars are usually inconspicuous, even with short hairstyles.












I am sick of political correctness....why are they not allowed to post this video for recruitment
and we have to put up with all other beliefs of people.....stop...live and let live.......and yes I
like the presentation............














I was invited by a friend to Century City to watch "Straight Out of Compton" she
as well as I were not impressed.....but than again you might have a different opinion
and I respect it............









another new sponsor.....muito obrigado...........









These two lucky girls met fabulous Sheikha Mozah in Cannes. Sheikha is looking chic and fab in her casual black ensemble. Loving the classic sunglasses and sparkling earrings.







Some good manners tips for women..........





1. Send thank you notes, always and to everyone.
2. Practice good posture
3. Speak more softly
4. Listen without interrupting
5. Wear Black
6. Ignore fads, or use them sparingly
7. Learn French
8. Wear only 2-3 accessories
9. Have impeccable manners
10. Read on a variety of topics




modestia parte....modesty aside I pick talent always in the right manner...


RATHI MENON for ELLE Singapore
Wearing Max Tan for Elle's August Issue
with supermodel Huda Ali
Rathi is on a cover and in many other magazines this month.... she puts Miss Universe on the map in Singapore clearly!...



Well done, and I told you so.........





Να `ξερες τα βράδια πως μισώ που με τιμωρούν που σ’ έχω χάσει θέλω να σε δω, τ’ ομολογώ άλλη τέτοια νύχτα ας μην περάσει











Natural or fake? Who of these celebrities has gone through the knife? How about all of them.......



Et vous, le rouge, vous en portez ? Quelles sont vos vêtements rouges préférés ?











I couldn’t tell you
what it was that
inevitably made her
so special to me,
but I do know that
there has never been
another person that
has made me feel
as at home within
my own skin as
she has, and even
in her silence,
I can feel her loving
me from wherever
she may be.




"لن يفهمك إلا إثنان ، أحدهم مر في حالتك ، والأخر يحبك جداً"















 
gummy bear breast implants













JG MUSINGS





Do Japanese say I love you?
Of course. There are two ways to say this, suki desu (lit. "I like you" but with a strong romantic implication) and ai shiteru ("I love you,") usually considered too strong for casual use)









But cool is also definitely NOT like fashion. Cool is more about what the norm is NOT. Cool is elusive, indefinable, covetable. It is original, desirable, and not accessible to everybody. If everyone has it, if the brand becomes saturated, it stops being cool.





Sheikha Mozah, cheekbones to die for. I know some people say they are bought, does it matter?
And yes they are..............








What a beauty!





Brigitte Bardot, the iconic French model, actress, singer (kinda, and bombshell who rose to prominence in the 1950s and 60s.
By the time the 70s rolled around Bardot withdrew into seclusion, then became an animal rights activist, and then a xenophobic curmudgeon. So let's celebrate some of her earlier stuff, you know at the height of the bizarre retrofuture psychadelic affair that was the 1960s (and Serge Gainsbourg).


 In my mind she had some of the most elegant and beautiful facial features of the last century. Check out this cool video.
It is at once interesting and sad. She had such big eyes, full cheeks, and wonderful lips. Those are the way full lips should look – not the ridiculous overstuffed Juvederm lips of our generation.












“ Pleasure to me is wonder—the unexplored, the unexpected, the thing that is hidden and the changeless thing that lurks behind superficial mutability. 








Shakira sang about them..... "Ojos Así







when a girl uses LOL in a text. It usually means she's easily impressed....And most likely still not know what is the know.







Bisogna trascendere dal reale - per capirne la magia.







“You can’t just be a model anymore because it’s all about followers.”


Reality check: what it really means to be a model today














there is a difference between perfume and colognewith perfume you put one drop, and it lasts for a week, but with cologne you have to put a spray every 15 minutes because it disappears. 





Puede resultar un problema ser demasiado Guapa??? No, si lo sabes llevar con clase!!!



 





the best kisses are strawberry like.....they are.... no doubt









Você não precisa me dar nada! O que significa: Você tem que me dar algum presente. Você poderia se esforçar mais, né?






Who can afford to buy at Tom Ford  boutique?



 "rich Asians with cash"
 young oil-money princess from Dubai or the Kingdom


















Been there done that......





thigh gap







no thigh gap











PIERNAS KILOMETRICAS











PALMERAS KILOMETRICAS






Rolene Strauss one of the 4,000 + followers of the Tidbits









MONUMENTOS






POLAROIDS














Love of the Babushka - Babushka Chic







LOOKS
















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Vogue


















more tidbits



some of my favorite things, people....places












a look back at the 2014 Victoria's Secret Casting for non angels










Natasha Goldbenberg following her shadow...............















The French Kiss was invented in Paris, so surely the natives are experts on lips, oui?

CCC with her favorite lipstick...........

















The adventures of Peepy and Lady Lee..........







Lady Lee is the Queen of Birkins 








Home Alone Peepy Signature!!!! By LADY'LEE & Ar'Patchara & Ar'Saowanee 










a little take on Japan-日本,






the word 盆 bonsai (a miniature tree) is often confused with banzai (a Japanese word roughly meaning "may the Emperor live for 10,000 years," essentially a translation of the British "God save the King"). Other words that can be confused easily are 奇麗 kirei (meaning clean or pretty, depending on the context) and 嫌い kirai (hateful); 可愛い kawaii (cute) and 怖い kowai (scary); or いっぱい ippai (to be full) and おっぱい oppai (er, boobs). Sometimes words can sound "different" when they're really the same, like Nippon and Nihon, two valid ways to say the name of Japan in Japanese (the first one sounds a little more formal/patriotic and is what's always used on NHK news broadcasts), or 腹切 harakiri and 切腹 seppuku, two words for Japanese ritual disembowelment but with the kanji in different order (the first uses the Japanese reading for the characters, the second the Chinese one).



















BEAUTY









It's not having your own fashion house, a titled first husband, or any of that. It's your curiously radiant skin. This sort of health only comes with regular appointments, facials that, while they are not surgical, manage to add an element of sculpting, a level of handiwork that's available in only a few places, in salons like Tracie MartynIsabelle BellisMila Moursi, or Melanie Simon in the U.S., Nichola Joss in London, or Joelle Ciocco in Paris.







Haifa Wehbe who is a famous Lebanon singer, has done much plastic surgery on her appearance  Breast augmentation as well as Lip augmentation that are easily noticed even by layman persons. The drastically changes on the shape of her breasts and lips are surely the impacts of going under the knife///she has also done -Cheek implants and Chin implants that are seen clearly on her face. She is also a big fan of Botox injections as well as Fillers injectionsFortunately for her, she has found the great professional surgeon, because she always gets the expected result for all plastic surgery she had done. Automatically it makes her going international and much more famous as an singer




















some of the best, some of the chic and some of the beautiful in the world!!!! 

"Les 
Plus Dorés" - “the most golden










   HH Sheikha Mozah bint Nasser Al Missned







Sheikha Mozah loves to travel in blue (oxford blue & dark blue). For her several private visits, she chose to wear clothes in blue such as on her last visit to Moscow, Georgia, Japan and Morocco. The turban she wore in Morocco and Japan looks identical, also she loves to wear blue scarfs. 







Her Highness in Marrakesh, Morocco during a private visit on 2/4/2014. Sheikha Mozah looked absolutely beautiful, she was wearing blue jumpsuit (could be a separate pants and blouse or a dress) with leather vest under the traditional grey Moroccan cape. We have seen her many traveling photos, she sure knows how to pose and show case the local culture. This photo could be on the cover of traveling magazine.

















































FASHION MUSINGS
































































NEWSTAND
































MY PARTING SHOTS








Shot in the vinyards and wineries of France, A Year in Champagne chronicles the making of the favorite party drink, combined with historical facts, French culture and traditions, and modern updates on the popularity (and plight) of the classic spirit.  











Charles Aznavour - La Bohème



"Bicycles are a girl's best friend"














Hinglish (the name is a portmanteau of "Hindi" and "English") is a macaronic language, a hybrid of English and South Asian languages – it is a code-switching variety of these languages whereby they are freely interchanged within a sentence or between sentences.While the name is based on the Hindi language, it does not refer exclusively to Hindi, but "is used in India, with English words blending with Punjabi, and Hindi, and also within British Asian families to enliven standard English." Some examples of Hinglish vocabulary are: 





Cent Percent
Pronunciation: Scent – par – scent
Cent Percent (n): Hundred percent sometimes even to mention completion of things.
Example:
1. Are you sure he is dating Sheila and not Munni? Yea, Cent Percent!
2. What is the passing percentage of your college this time? Cent Percent,



Time – Pass

Pronunciation: Tie-m Paa-s

Time – Pass (v): An act of doing things that does not matter. It is an alternative term to its western counterpart, “Nothing Important.”
Example: What are you doing Jignesh from half an hour? Nothing Yaar, I’m just doing time – pass!
Time Pass Hinglish Top 10 Hinglish Words that Should Be Added to the Oxford Dictionary







Chhammak Chhallo/ Chammak Challo


The word Chhammakchhallo (Spelt chammak challo also) is used for a girl who is flashy in appearance. The word can be called part of slang, and can be derogatory as well, though it's not a swear word.

Exactly, chhammak here refers to the sound of jingling as someone walks, and chhallo was most probably used for chhallas (chhalla = a ring, not necessarily the one worn in a finger) and hence chhammakchhallo was used for someone who used to make a jingling sound with her jewels.






 A gente tenta se vestir colorida, aí vem a Gwyneth Paltrow e… Páh! E pra sambar na cara de quem simplesmente tenta, ela ainda consegue combinar um sapato que tem a tira laranja flúo com o vestidinho roxo da Victoria Beckham. Quer tentar também? Então preste atenção: reparou que ela não usou cor alguma no make? Toque importante para não exagerar na dose!






Valentino

Valentino
Many of the pretty little white dresses by Valentino such as this one are 
nice.







made in downtown Los Angeles.....sweatshop free











made in downtown Los Angeles.....sweatshop free






Look – Verão








ko·sher/ˈkōSHər/

Adjective:
  1. (of food, or premises in which food is sold, cooked, or eaten) Satisfying the requirements of Jewish law.
  2. (of a person) Observing Jewish food laws.

Food that is not kosher is commonly referred to as treif (lit. torn, from the commandment not to eat animals that have been torn by other animals).

Y nos,  los Judios,  tambien usamos, no es KOSHER cuando alguien no se comporta al nivel....and us JEWS use , not KOSHER to mean when it is not cool or it is not correct ;when someone acts not accordingly or something is not right.















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