Wednesday, October 18, 2006

u dont die before your time, so dont try

i am a failed Xecutioner
i tried to slash my rists to find an artery
hit a vein instead

i told a 6.5 footer off
told him boxing fans orgasm at the sight of blood
i had forgotten he nos where i live
little did i no he was a boxer too

numerous times it was just a split second dat saved me while crossing the tracks on the indian railways

i been pushy with my lover too
called her silly, a dumb blonde, a loosa
dat last hurt her most
americans are weird

but u dont die before your time
and your lover will remain your lover
if it was meant to be

dane dane par likha hain
khane wala ka nam

Dilwale dulhaniya le jayenge


Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

dane dane par ...

every grain of rice has ritten on it the name of the guy who will eat it

dilwale ....
SRK falls madly in love with Kajol who is already engaged to be married to a guy (a proposal from her folks)

he gate crashes the marriage ceremony and walks away with the bride after he gets beaten black and blue

he saw his destiny

Anonymous said...

How to Make a Sling Shot

You can build your own slingshot today.Most slingshots (like slings) are not merely toys. With the right construction and ammunition, this ancient device can also be a lethal weapon suitable for hunting small game in a survival situation. This article provides instructions for making a catapult-type slingshot, an old and remarkably simple design. It's fun to make and fun to shoot at targets, but it can be dangerous, so never shoot it in the direction of people or animals.
Find a sturdy, y-shaped piece of wood. You can make slingshots with forked branch of just about any size, but piece about 6-9 inches long, with a fairly uniform thickness of 1-2 inches generally makes a strong, easy-to-use slingshot. Try to find a piece with as few imperfections as possible; even moderate cracks can render your slingshot dangerous or unusable. If there are knots or bumps you can cut them off.
Peel off the bark. With the bark gone the slingshot will be more comfortable to hold. You may need to let the branch dry a little before you can get the bark off.
Let the wood dry. This step isn't necessary, but if the wood is still green, it's a good idea to let it slowly dry. This will give it more stability and strength.
Get a long, thick rubber band to form the firing mechanism. You can make a stronger firing mechanism by using surgical tubing or several rubber bands wound around each other. You can experiment with the length to find out what works best, but it is important that it be strong and thick.
Cut the rubber band in half. You now have a band for each side of the slingshot. If you're using surgical tubing or multiple rubber bands, you can skip this step--just make sure that each band (each side of the firing mechanism) is of equal length.
Get a rectangular piece of leather or strong cloth (several rectangles of duct tape stuck together work, too). This will be your holder or "pocket." It should be nearly square (each side should be about 2-4 inches), but a little longer one way than the other.
Cut two slits into the pocket. Use a knife to make an incision about 1/4 to 1/2 inch in from each edge. The slits should run parallel to the shorter edges of the pocket. Try to get them both an equal distance from their respective edges. The slits should be just large enough for the rubber band to fit through without being wrinkled.
Slip one end of one of your rubber bands through the slit and fold it back over itself so that it makes a little loop around the edge of the pocket. Secure the loop by putting a small, but sturdy rubber band around. The smaller rubber band will probably have to be doubled or tripled around itself to make it tight enough. Repeat this other rubber band on the other side of the pocket. Make sure the bands on both sides are still of equal length.
Use rubber bands or electrical tape to secure the other ends of the long rubber bands to the slingshot body (the wood). Secure one of the long rubber bands to the back of one branch of the "Y" and secure the other long rubber band to the back of the other branch of the "Y". The rubber bands should be secured to the wood near the tips of the branches. Once again make sure the bands are of equal length.
Shoot your slingshot. Use small rocks, rubber balls, and wadded-up pieces of paper--just about any small projectile--as ammunition. Exercise caution when firing your slingshot, and wear eye protection.

Surgical tubing works better than rubber bands. It is much stronger due to its shape, and can be bought online or even at some hobby or hardware stores.
Tightly wrap the handle with tape or twine to provide a surer, more comfortable grip.
You can make slingshots of just about any size. Try varying sizes to find out which work best.
Dried wood works better for slingshots. Make sure it's dried slowly or it may be prone to cracking.
To protect your eyes, don't raise the slingshot to eye level. With practice you can be just as accurate (or more) by holding the loaded pocket in a fixed position close to your body (near the hip for example), and moving the body of the slingshot to aim.

Use your slingshot responsibly. Treat it with the respect it deserves.
Your rubber bands should be as strong as possible. Therefore, be sure that they aren't dried-out, nor have tears.
Never fire your slingshot in the direction of people or animals. Your slingshot should be treated with the same caution as a deadly weapon.
Protect your eyes, and use your slingshot with care.
Be sure that the branch has no sign of rot--a dead branch can result in serious injury.

Things You'll Need
One or two long, thick rubber bands. Alternatively, a length of surgical tubing or some other stretchy, strong material
Smaller rubber bands
A small piece of leather
A Y-shaped branch
A knife

Keshi said...

**but u dont die before your time

how d u know if it's ur time to die?


southpaw said...

Calm down oldman calm down...:)