15 best looking Oktoberfest waitresses :-)

I think that Oktoberfest waitresses are pretty amazing. They are famous for their ability to carry up to a dozen one-liter beer mugs at once. I’ve read somewhere that they make enough money during this 16-day festival to live comfortably for the remainder of the year.

In purely subjective, inaccurate, and non-scientific order, the following are the best looking dirndl-clad Oktoberfest waitresses in Munich.

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Oktoberfest is a 16-day festival celebrating beer held annually in Munich, Bavaria, Germany.

The most beer steins carried over 40 meters by a woman is 19 achieved by Anita Schwarz from Germany in Mesenich, Germany, on 9 November 2008 in celebration of Guinness World Records Day.
 

Do you like beer?
Which idiot would not?
Sure.
Yes, love it. Only cold beer though.
Yes and my boyfriend too.
It is okay but I like sweeter beer better.
It is alright it really depends on the beer.
Only the one made in Germany.
Only when I am drunk.
Honestly no, but i ca not stop drinking it.
Not really.
I would not know. I never tried and I do not intend on doing so.
No. Beer is something that I never developed a taste for.
No, it taste crap.
No, I can not stand it.
I do not drink alcohol.
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Do you like my blog? Honest opinions only! :-)

I mentioned last week that I would really like to know what you guys and gals think of my blog, good as well as bad, so I can improve it.

You can make comments on:
1.) Appearance: Does it appeal to you? Is it too busy, or too plain?
2.) Layout: Is it difficult to navigate? Is it cluttered, or sparse?
3.) Frequency: Do I post too often? Not often enough?
4.) Content: Are the posts interesting? Unique?
5.) Quality: Are the individual posts too long, too short, too sloppy, or too generic?

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50 stunning and amazing watermelon carvings :-)

Fruits can be great for your health in more ways than one. One of the most popular fruits that people like to do creative things with is the watermelon. When carved correctly, it can produce fantastic artistic effects. And the great news is that you don’t need expensive tools in order to make a watermelon carving. So here are 50 totally awesome and amazing watermelon carvings for you to enjoy…

Not only do these 50 watermelon carvings leave you in awe about how much work and precision goes into making them, but it will change the way you look at watermelons forever more. Watermelon carving is an art of arts.

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Credit: Takashi Itoh. To see more of Takashi’s stunning watermelon carvings, visit his website http://watermelon-sculpture.com/!

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Credit: Takashi Itoh. To see more of Takashi’s stunning watermelon carvings, visit his website http://watermelon-sculpture.com/!

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Credit: Takashi Itoh. To see more of Takashi’s stunning watermelon carvings, visit his website http://watermelon-sculpture.com/!

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Credit: Takashi Itoh. To see more of Takashi’s stunning watermelon carvings, visit his website http://watermelon-sculpture.com/!

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Credit: Takashi Itoh. To see more of Takashi’s stunning watermelon carvings, visit his website http://watermelon-sculpture.com/!

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Credit: Takashi Itoh. To see more of Takashi’s stunning watermelon carvings, visit his website http://watermelon-sculpture.com/!

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Credit: Takashi Itoh. To see more of Takashi’s stunning watermelon carvings, visit his website http://watermelon-sculpture.com/!

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Watermelon is scientifically classified as Citrullus Lanatus and is a member of the cucurbitaceae family. It’s related to cucumbers, pumpkins, gourds and squash. They are packed with some of the best antioxidants in nature. Watermelons are rich with healthy nutrients such as vitamin A (including beta-carotene), vitamin C, potassium, lycopene, and magnesium. They are good for cardiovascular diseases, some cancers, Alzheimer’s disease, and diabetes too. What’s more, they are low in calories and very nutritious. I love watermelons, they’re so juicy and sweet and delicious. They are especially nice to eat on hot weathers. One of the pleasures of a warm sunny summer day is to be able to enjoy a slice of watermelon. It can also be a perfect health drink because it is 92% water, and doesn’t contain any fat or cholesterol. Furthermore, it fills you up fast because of its water content.

Next time you hit a fruit shop or visit the farmer’s market, don’t forget to reach for watermelon. The children will enjoy its nice crisp taste and messy juices, the adults will enjoy its refreshing flavours, and everyone will benefit from its nutritious value. Just be careful to buy the “right” watermelon. Always choose one that is symmetrical and firm without any bruises. Turn it over and you will see a yellow colour on one side which tellyyou that it was rested on the ground while ripening under the sun, so it’s sweeter and juicer. You can also slap it, and if it sounds hollow, then it’s ripe and tasty.

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If I ever got really, really rich, I would buy this yacht :-)

People say rich people are not always happy and that money can’t buy happiness. I think that a rich person can certainly be extremely happy. Sure, they may not be able to buy happiness, but there is no reason they can’t be happy and enjoy life. There’s no doubt that being rich has it’s own set of burdens and cons, just as being poor or middle class does. Wealth certainly has consequences, which I think are both positive and negative.

My Travels & Places I’ve been: Alberobello, Italy, April 2011

While i was in Otranto in April of last year, i also made a trip to Alberobello.

Alberobello is a little town and comune in the province of Bari, in Puglia, Italy. It has a little more than 11,000 inhabitants and is known for its very unique trulli constructions. The Trulli of Alberobello are part of the UNESCO World Heritage sites list for more than 15 years now.

Do you like living on the edge?

Living on the edge means living a dangerous and/or unusual everyday life. People who live on the edge are very frequently exposed to phisical, psycological, economical, lawful or other kinds of dangers.
Source: UrbanDictionary.com

I know a couple of guys (and a few girls) who said that they want to live a more exciting life or they want to put themselves in life threatning danger. I’m not sure I understand them, but everyone is owner of his own life and can do whatever he wants with it as long as he doesn’t disturb anyone else.

Do you like living on the edge?
Hell yes! What is life if you are boring and do not do anything risky!
Yeah, it makes life a litting more exciting!
I did when younger.
No, because I might fall off.
No, I quite like living in the middle.
I like a nice quiet life.
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I was always asking myself who invented the five-day work week?

Wouldn’t it have made more sense to do like a four-day work week and a three-day weekend :-)

Monday is always the first day back to your weekly routine, being a job or school. Somewhere I read that it’s proven there is people who truly get sick when Monday comes because it is a time that stresses people out when it’s predictable that working day is coming. The blood pressure rises and you get stressed about traffic, issues at work, bosses, and several other small things. It is just the way of life, Mondays is yuck day.

Be passionate about the job you choose to do :-)

Inspirational Quote: WORK IS LOVE MADE VISIBLE
“Your success in any occupation depends on your enjoyment. Loving your work makes the difference. If you enjoy what you do, you’ll be successful. If you don’t enjoy what you do, you won’t be successful. Your chances for success are directly proportional to the degree of pleasure you derive from what you do. If you have a job you hate, face the fact squarely and get out. You’ll never achieve real success unless you like what you are doing. Success in its highest and noblest form calls for peace of mind, enjoyment, and happiness which comes only when you find the work that you like best. You don’t pay the price for success. You enjoy the price for success.”
Khalil Gibran (1883-1931); artist, poet, writer