PDA: The Right Way The high school hallways. The doorways. The movie theaters. The after 2nd period meeting spot. Public displays of affection, also known as PDA, are going wild. Urban Dictionary refers to PDA as “annoying cuddling, caressing, lovey-dovey smooching; actually any physical contact short of the "fist-to-the-face.” Some people describe it as pathetic display of affection, but has become the best way to show the world how much you love the person you are dating at the time. New high schoolers will be put to the test to earn their right of passage into high school and most students feel the need to pass this test. I will give you the proper tips to successfully pass your PDA exam. High Schools around the world offer classes called Public Display of Affection. Although the class is unofficial, everybody, including teachers, is very much aware of it. As I walk through the halls every day I have learned that students tend to use one to two senses to pass the PDA exam. I see closed eyes, close bodies, hands being held and a lot of tongue workouts. Usually, all at the same time. Only very talented individuals are able to do all of these movements at once and high school hallways seem to be the best place to practice. First, you must keep in mind that people can see you. Make sure everyone is looking before you even touch your partner. Look around and if everyone is not already looking do something dramatic like drop all your books or fall down in the middle of the hallway. Once you have established control of your audience, make the first move. Grab your partners’ hands and lean in and kiss them. Not just a little kiss. Have a make out session in the middle of the hallway while everyone is staring at you. I promise you will get the attention that strengthens your PDA experience. You will pass your PDA exam with flying colors. Second, make sure that you are very loud when telling your significant other how much you love them. For example, scream “Oh my goodness, I love you so much baby!” or “Your kisses build my love for you!” It maximizes your love for each other when you scream down the hall at each other as you walk away. It lets every single person around you know that you are off limits and that you won’t ever let anyone come between you and your lover. Third, your PDA must…
Sometimes I use full sentences. Sometimes not a. b. Fragments work great Creative punctuation = okay, too • • II. Bullet lists = very helpful Clients can see them quickly
The introduction needs to be short.
I. Use a ragged right margin. (Never justify the right margin in a speech manuscript.) Use lots of white space. A. B. Easier to read Easier to annotate 1. 2. Encourage your speaker to “mark up” the outline. The more comments your speaker provides on the outline, the better your manuscript…
kids; tell them how your love of soccer got you into coaching those kids. Don't just tell them about your acting awards; show how the stage helped you conquer your shyness. Putting your unique interests and perspectives on the page will go a very long way toward creating a memorable essay.
4. Find an editor: Last but not least, make sure you have time to run your essay by a good editor, whether it's a parent, teacher, or grammar-nerd friend. Even a well-researched and passionately written essay can…
I believe that indigenous sacred ways cannot run hand in hand with new modern
ways. Since it appears that our new age of living is heading in the direction where
everything is technology based, I do not think they can run hand in hand.
WIth so many people living in the world there is no way to conserve natural
habitats. Instead we have to tear them down to create more room for the growing
amount of people in the world. Indigenous people always felt that we came from the…
Aloha; A Way of Life
Aloha! Being raised in the Islands and of Hawaiian ancestry, I’ve often been asked what does the word Aloha mean. According to the Merriam-Webster-Unabridged Dictionary, Aloha means:
Definition: used in Hawaii to say hello or goodbye; as a greeting or farewell
Origin of Aloha: Hawaiian for Aloha love. First known use: 1820
I find it interesting that we, as Hawaiians, can trace our ancestry for over 2000 years and yet the first known use of the word…
#1 Write a I-Like-This-About-You note/text/email each day for someone (Easy)
This is the perfect way to let someone else know you care. We are so often focused on the bad stuff that we forget to mention the good. You surely will make people’s day, 30 days in a row!
#2 Talk to one stranger each day (Hard)
This is a great one to cure approaching anxiety. Have you ever resisted the temptation to talk to someone because you were afraid and said to yourself that you actually don’t want to talk to her/him…
of this type of imitating others as ego driven. He puts it this way, “Behind this understanding of vocation is a truth that the ego does not want to hear because it threatens the ego’s turf: everyone has a life that is different than the “I” of daily consciousness, a life that is trying to live through the “I” who is its vessel. This is what the poet knows and what every wisdom tradition teaches: there is a great gulf between the way my ego wants to identify me, with its protective masks and self…
What are the main elements of Japanese Bushido?
1. Morality 義
Although it’s often translated as “rectitude”, I find that morality makes it easier to understand. Bushido: The Spirit of Japan defines morality in two ways: as the power of unwavering decision upon a certain course of conduct and more metaphorically as the bone that gives firmness and stature.
2. Courage 勇
Courage is an extension of morality and only useful when matched with correct morals. Courage, or the spirit of daring and…
The first problem in relation to Annabelle’s surgical repair of her patent ductus arteriosis (PDA) is her pain. Acute pain begins suddenly and is often sharp in quality, caused by injury or damaging stimuli. Surgery causes tissue damage and cell destruction which releases pain producing substances such as prostaglandins, serotonin and lactic acid. They then (delete this) initiate the nociceptive impulses and release catecholamine’s from the medulla of the adrenal gland which then changes vital signs…
2.1 Explain the key legislation that relates to fulfilment of rights and choices and the minimising of risk of harm and the impact on an individual with dementia.
* Human Rights Act of 1998
* Mental Capacity Act of 2005
* Mental Capacity and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards 2005
* Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000
* Mental Health Act 2007
* The Disability Discrimination Act 1995
* Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006
* Carers(Equal Opportunities) Act…