February 27th, 2010 / Comments / by Kitty
Celebrity limb might be worth millions. Many celebrities with “notable” body parts insure them just in case they lose a leg or a boob or even hair in an accident. But most of these people are millionaires several times over.
Brooke Shields, actress – Her legs are insured for an undisclosed amount.
Mariah Carey, singer – Insured her legs for a billion. That’s a lot of bendy straws. She insured her legs and not her voice.
David Beckham, soccer player – His football kicking legs are insured for $70 million.
Michael Flatley, dancer – Insured his dancing feet for $39 million.
Bruce Springsteen, singer – His voice is insured for $31.2 million (6 million dollars in 1960s).
Angela Mount, wine expert – Her taste buds insured for $16 millions.
America Ferrer, actress – Insured her smile for $10 million.
Rod Stewart, singer – His voice is insured for $6 million.
Jamie Lee Curtis, actress – Insured her legs for $2 million.
Ken Dodd, comedian – Insured his teeth for $10.6 million (6.2 million dollar in 1989).
Tom Jones, singer – His chest hair is insured for $7 million. (sic!)
Tina Turner, singer – Her legs are insured for $3.2 million.
Heidi Klum, model – Her stretchy legs are insured for $2.2 million.
Keith Richards, guitarist – Insured his hands for $2 million.
Angie Dickinson, actress – Insured her legs for $1 million.
Betty Grable, dancer, singer & actress – Insured her legs for $1 million.
Rhianna, singer – Insured her legs for $1 million.
Marlene Dietrich, singer & actress – Took out a $1 million policy in case she lost her voice.
David Lee Roth, singer – Took out a 1 million dollar policy against his sperm. (The insurance was just in case Roth fathered a child and a paternity suit ensured.)
Mary Hart, television personality – Insured her legs for $1 million.
Dolly Parton, singer – Insured her breasts for $600,000.
Merv Hughes, cricket player – He had his whiskers, a long trademark mustache, insured for $317,000.
Fred Astaire, dancer & choreographer – Insured his legs for $150,000 – that’s $75,000 each.
Jimmy Durante, pianist – Insured his nose for $50,000.
Egon Ronay, food critic – The world-renown Hungarian insured his taste buds for $2.3 million ($330,000 in 1960s).
Bette Davis, actress – Her waistline was insured for $357,000 ($28,000 – a tidy sum back in the 1930s).
Ben Turpin, comedian – His eyes were insured for $500,000 ($25K in 1910s)
April 8th, 2014 / Comments / by FUKKAD!
Convenience-craving consumers are always looking for a way to do things better, faster and cheaper. Often, that means turning to a specialty-services entrepreneur who knows how to get the job done right. Here, Guen Sublette provides some inspiration for aspiring service providers-from adventure-tour leaders to window washers. With 100+ ideas to choose from, you have no excuse not to get started today with your own service business.
Scroll through our ideas and get a taste of what’s out there.
Reunite ‘em ’cause it pays so good: Whether it’s one big happy family or one big high school class, reunions can be a joyful-and lucrative-occasion for reunion organizers. Schedule the accommodations, coordinate the catering and entertainment, send out the invitations, then sit back and let it all “come together.”
With your eye for photo opportunities-at weddings, parties, special events and more-you could be zooming in on profits as a freelance photographer. Be prepared to work weekends and evenings (when many clients will need your services) and to hire an assistant to help you juggle your photo paraphernalia.
March 28th, 2014 / Comments / by FUKKAD!
These answers to travel queries on India are the actual responses by the Indian travel information website officials who obviously have an excellent sense of humour!
Q: Does it ever get windy in India? I have never seen it rain on TV, how do the plants grow? (UK).
A: We import all plants fully grown and then just sit around watching them die.
Q: Will I be able to see elephants in the street? (USA)
A: Depends how much you’ve been drinking.
Q: I want to walk from Delhi to Goa- can I follow the railroad tracks? (Sweden)
A: Sure, it’s only three thousand kms, take lots of water.
March 25th, 2014 / Comments / by FUKKAD!
School Cartoons Jokes
March 15th, 2014 / Comments / by FUKKAD!
Remember no one is Perfect. Everybody’s ass has a Crack in it. – anonymous
March 1st, 2014 / Comments / by FUKKAD!
Components of CMYK Printing
How various CMYK inks can be combined into different colors.
February 2nd, 2014 / Comments / by Kitty
(click image to email the animation)
Romance In the Valley and say I Love You to ‘fall in love’ (literally)
January 4th, 2014 / Comments / by joker
One day during his visit to London, King Jai Singh was walking in casual dress in Bond Street. He saw a Rolls Royce showroom and went inside to inquire about the Price and Features etc of their cars. Considering him a just another Poor Indian citizen, showroom salesmen insulted him and almost showed him the way out of the showroom. After this insult, King Jai Singh came back to his Hotel room and asked his servants to call the showroom that King of Alwar city is interested in purchasing their few Cars. After few hours King reached the Rolls Royce showroom again but with his full astonishing royal manner and in his royal costume. Until he reached the showroom there was already red carpet on the floor and all the salesmen were bent with respect. The King purchased all the six cars that they had at showroom at that time and paid full amount with delivery costs.
After reaching India, King ordered municipal department to use all those six Rolls Royce cars for
December 28th, 2013 / Comments / by Maverick
December 22nd, 2013 / Comments / by Maverick
A doctor was addressing a large audience at a conference.
He said, “The material we put into our stomachs is enough to have killed most of us sitting here, years ago.”
He continued, “Red meat is awful. Soft drinks corrode your stomach lining. Chinese food is loaded with MSG. High fat diets can be disastrous, and none of us realizes the long-term harm caused by the germs in our drinking water.”
“But there is one thing that is the most dangerous of all and we all have, or will, eat it. Can anyone here tell me what food it is that causes the most grief and suffering for years after eating it?”
December 21st, 2013 / Comments / by Kitty
Cicero (43 B.C) of the Roman empire wrote this.
It appears that human nature rarely changes.
1. The poor, work and work.
2. The rich, exploit the poor.
3. The soldier, protects both.
4. The taxpayer, pays for all the three.
5. The wanderer, rests for all the four.