September 29, 2012

Arthur de Soultrait Defends Pippa Middleton, Apologizes For Gun Indicent

(Lina here. So, I found some REALLY old drafts, and since this blog is inactive  I decided to post drafts. I take no credit, copyright, whoever wrote this, I just added pics)

Arthur de Soultrait, a friend of Pippa Middletone , is coming to her defense after one of their friends, Romain Rabillard, aimed a gun at photographers last weekend.
Romain, Arthur, Pippa and one other individual are now subject to potential prosecution for the bizarre scandal, which shocked the French, US and UK media.
Although Kate Middleton's 28-year-old sister has yet to address the scandal, Soultrait was apologetic in a statement on Wednesday, in which he defended her.

He also said the gun wielded at celebrity news media was fake.

Pipa Middletone Gun Photo
"Last Saturday I was in a car with Philippa Middleton, and we were being followed by the paparazzi,"Soultait of the late night/early-morning incident.
"The car was being driven by a friend of mine, whom Pippa had only met a few hours before," Soultrait, 30, said of Romain Rabillard, a 36-year-old attorney.
"As a joke, my friend brandished a toy pistol in their direction."

"Obviously Philippa had no idea that he had the pistol, or that he was going to do that, and told him to stop immediately. She did not find it funny."
Pippa was seen smiling in the gun photo that surfaced after the incident, but it's unclear if she was smiling at that specifically, or who knew what.

There have also been reports that the paparazzo in question knew the piece was fake and laughed it off, rather than feeling threatened in the least.
Reports of Pippa facing criminal charges may be overblown, but she's faced plenty of public backlash, and her sister's royal in-laws surely aren't thrilled.

Bye now

What do you want to be when you "grow" up?

Hello, Lina here. So, NO ONE is posting, so looks like I'll have to break the ice, AGAIN!!! Let's get started anyway.

So, today I will talk to you guys about dream jobs. Everyone has one, and I mean everyone. So, mine is modeling. Many of you, just like me, are not in the mood for sharing what they want to be. It bugs even the people with the biggest ego. That fact is surrounded with many reasons, such as:
-You just don't want people to know
-You parents don't want that for you
-You're afraid people will laugh at you
-It is a job people find hilarious, impossible
-People might start telling you you're not good enough
-You're embarrassed of your dream job, and what people will say.

There must be someone who'll understand, anyone!
For me, there are a few: My family (two sisters, mom, dad and my BFF Ana)
You need to find any kind of emotional support. Mom, dad, big sister, even a small sister can tell you the wisest thing.  

Not everyone really supports you
Here, take me for an example: Of all the people I named above, only two are my support: BFF and Dad. Just do the list I did, only do it with your "supporters":
*Mom: Thinks it's just another kid idea.
*Dad: Told me he's supporting me whatever I do. 
*Older Sister: We made a deal, she supports me, I give something in return.
*Oldest sister: Told me: "I don't support this nonsense, but I won't stop you.."
*Best Friend: I'm with you, and you're with me! 

Make it happen
If you know it will happen, you have nothing to be ashamed of, in many years you're gonna be singing  to those that laughed at you: "But who's laughing now? Who's laughing now?!"

Thanks for NOT posting everyone!!! 

September 23, 2012

Pets and important notice

Hey, Martyna here. I don't know about you, but I'm in love with animals. Especially cats, I have 2 cats, one of them lives with me, and the other one lives with my uncle. The one that lives with me, is called Lilly, she is 4 years old, in human age, she is 34 years old. My cat that lives with my uncle is 7 years old, in human age, she is 44. You might have a guinea pig, dog, rabbit, hamster, budgie, ghecko, fish etc. Each and every one of these pets should be cared for, even if you think they're always moody, no matter what. Now, you must understand your pets, if they seem grumpy, you need to know why.
It is good to keep your pets fit and healthy, spend time with it and play lots of games. However, if your pet is not in the mood(you should tell if they don't respond as if they're in the mood to play), you should just leave it to rest. Now, with personal experience with my cats, I know what its like. I wanted to play with my cat, and she was clearly not in the mood, she didn't respond, she just stayed in her position.
Play with your pets(this only occurs to cats and dogs) before you go to sleep, to be sure that they go to school when you do. Therefore, they'll feel equal.
Very important notice:
Thanks for reading my post.(: Comment on what you think. Sorry, I won't be posting for up to 2 weeks, my laptop's charger is broken, and some men will come to repair it. So this is my last post for around 2 weeks.
Xoxo Martyna

Choosing your perfect doggie:) + Extra Note

How to choose the perfect dog for you!

Are you thinking of getting a dog? Choosing to bring a new dog into your life is a major decision. Be sure you are ready for a dog before you start the process. It is also essential that you understand the cost of dog ownership. If you have decided that the time is right, congratulations! Now it is time to figure out what type of dog is right for you. There are several factors to consider before choosing a dog. Most importantly, examine your current lifestyle and consider what adjustments you are willing to make for a dog. Look at the needs of your family – especially if you have children or other pets. People with allergies, or those who prefer low-shedding dogs, might want to look into hypoallergenic dog breeds. Next, think about the ideal size, energy level and age of your new dog. Then, determine where to get your new dog. Just remember that getting a dog requires a firm commitment toresponsible dog ownership. Here are some tips to help you choose the best dog for you and your family.


You may already know you want a little lap dog that you can carry around. Or, you might have your heart set on a large or giant dog breed. If you cannot decide, then perhaps a medium sized dog is a good choice.
Remember that some small dogs are delicate and vulnerable. Being stepped on or mishandled can cause serious injury. Also, little dogs can be much more sensitive to colder temperatures, so be ready to help keep them warm. Don’t forget that small dogs need obedience trainingtoo! Some little dogs can develop “tough dog” attitudes, seemingly to compensate for their small size. Be sure you are prepared for this possibility.
Very large dogs need a bit more space to move around. Big, happy dogs with long, whip-like tails need "wagging space" to avoid tail injury or damage to household objects. Another consideration is expense: the larger the dog, the more expensive things like dog food, dog supplies and medical treatments become. Training is also a key factor here. If you get a large or giant breed puppy that is allowed to act like a lap dog when young, he will grow up to walk all over you – literally!

Activity Level

You probably already know that some dogs have more energy than others. A dog’s activity level is often determined by breed, but it does not mean you can rely on breed alone to determine how energetic your dog could become. Every dog needs routine exercise, regardless of breed or size, so make sure you can to provide this. If you know you can not commit to more than one or two casual walks per day, then you will probably be better off with a lower energy dog, such as a Basset Hound. If you are looking for a dog that can be a jogging partner, agility competitor or “disc dog,” consider a breed like the Border Collie.
Be willing to adjust the amount of exercise and attention you give your dog if necessary. A dog that is barking constantly, digging up your yard, destroying your home, or acting out in some other way is most likely in need of extra activities. Many behavior problems are the result of excess energy. Unfortunately, many dogs are given up or even euthanized because of a behavior problem that could have easily been avoided with the proper amount of exercise and attention.

Physical Maintenance

Your dog’s appearance has a lot to do with his maintenance needs. All dogs need basic grooming, but certain types need more based on the type of hair coat. If you get a dog with hair that keeps growing, then advanced routine grooming is essential. Most short haired, smooth-coated dogs are major shedders, so be prepared to do some extra cleaning up. Some grooming tools can help reduce shedding. Be aware that dogs with long, floppy ears are more prone to ear infections and require frequent thorough ear cleanings. In addition, certain types of dogs can do a lot of drooling. Many owners of Mastiffs, Bloodhounds and similar dogs actually carry a “slobber cloth” with them to wipe the drool. If they shake their heads – watch out!


Puppies require the greatest amount of training and attention, especially over the first six months. Be prepared to dedicate much of your time to housebreaking and raising your new puppy. You dog will likely have plenty of accidents in the house and will probably chew your furniture and personal belongings. These problems will gradually resolve with dedicated training, but patience is a must. You should also be aware that your puppy might grow up to be different then you expected, especially if you adopt a mixed-breed dog. This is not necessarily a bad thing, just something to keep in mind.
Adult dogs can be an excellent choice. An adult might be a better choice if you want to have a good idea of the true energy level, attitude, and temperament of your new dog. However, just because the dog is an adult does not mean he is trained, so you should still expect some degree of dedicated training at first. Fortunately, many adult dogs have been trained and socialized to some degree and can easily adjust to their new lives in their forever homes.
Senior dogs should not be forgotten! Welcoming a senior dog into your home can be a wonderful way to bring joy to the golden years of a dog. Unfortunately, senior dogs are less likely to be adopted and often end up living out their lives in shelters or being euthanized. A senior dog can make a wonderful companion if you are looking for a lower energy dog. However, it is important to know that your senior dog needs special attention, more frequent veterinary check-ups and is more likely to develop heath problems that cost time and money to address. Unlike a puppy or adult dog, you must know that you will not have as many years with your senior dog. If you are willing to accept the responsibilities, consider adopting a senior dog. It can be one of the most compassionate things you can do for these precious creatures.
Hope this helps you find your perfect pooch!

Extra Note

Hi girls! I am so sorry I haven't been writing I have been the busiest I have ever been! So today it's my day off so I decided to make a huge post!  Again I am so sorry! Have a great day Dearest! 
xoxo Carly/FamousWolf  

What kind of music do you listen to?

I realized we needed more posts like this one, so, just say what kind of music, or what artist do you listen to?
Personally, I listen to the ENTIRE two albums of Marina & The Diamonds.I just love her! How about you guys? Answer in a comment.


A few tutorials

Hiya, Martyna here. I'm sorry I didn't post, I broke my leg and I'm taking a part in a huge play(its hard with my crutches), so again I'm sorry. On with the post...

(I got my friend to take that picture..)
And its as simple as that.
With natural eyeshadow hues in pinks, light browns, even white shimmers, for fall it’s all about the light colors on the lids! You always add that defined line with mascara and black eye pencil!

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