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Diamond Covered Mercedes of Prince Al Waleed Bin Talal : World's Expensive car


Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal was born on 7 March 1955.He is a member of the royal family and he is the nephew of the Saudi Arabian King Abdullah. He is an entrepreneur and an international investor which leads him to be a real estate and the stock market.


Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal is no stranger to the finer things in life. His free-spending attitude is easily seen in his garage, where he always buys a duplicate of every one of his vehicles for his guards. Two Infiniti FX45s, two Hummer H1s and two Volvo XC90s all take up residency inside the Princes lavish garage.



Diamond Covered Mercedes of Prince Waleed is he 38th car of his garage.

The car costs $4.8 million and if you want to touch it, you have to pay $1000.it belongs to prince al waleed from Saudi Arabia.













A tribute to the Glorious decade of 90's [India]... The way we all would remember it.


After watching the below video I can't stop myself sharing it on my blog. This a great tribute to the Glorious decade of 90's in India.

In that times things and facilities were less but people were happy with whatever they had and all were emotionally attached with each other by the ways like Only 1 TV in a whole society with only 1 channel and which Doordarshan and many more... Lets recall our those days....



Bearded Lady: Harnam Kaur - Really Amazing



'I feel more feminine with my beard': Teaching assistant who suffered taunts because of her excessive hair decides to stop trimming it after being baptised a Sikh.

A 23-year-old woman with a condition causing excessive hair development has revealed that growing a beard makes her feel more feminine. Harnaam Kaur, of Slough, Berkshire, suffers from polycystic ovary syndrome - and a beard first started to appear on her face aged just 11. The hair quickly spread to her chest and arms, and the condition made her the victim of taunts at school and on the street. She even received death threats from strangers over the internet.


But Miss Kaur has now decided to stop cutting her hair after being baptised as a Sikh - a religion in which cutting body hair is forbidden. She said: ‘I would never ever go back now and remove my facial hair because it's the way God made me and I'm happy with the way I am. 'I feel more feminine, more sexy and I think I look it too. I've learned to love myself for who I am nothing can shake me now.’ During her early teens, Miss Kaur was so ashamed of her beard that she waxed twice a week, and also tried bleaching and shaving.
But the hair became thicker and spread - with Miss Kaur feeling so self-conscious that she refused to leave her house. She even began self-harming and she considered suicide.

She said: ‘I got bullied badly - at school I was called a “beardo” and things like “shemale” and “sheman”. I can laugh about it now, but back then it affected me so badly that I began to self-harm because it felt better than all the abuse I was getting.

‘I'd talk to people with a hand over my face and I wore baggy, tomboy clothes to cover up the hair on my chest and arms.

‘I didn't want to go outside my house because I couldn't take the stares from strangers so I'd lock myself in my room. It got so bad that I just didn't want to live anymore.’








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Amazing Colorful Chameleons From The World

Chameleons (family Chamaeleonidae) are a distinctive and highly specialized clade of lizards. The approximately 160 species of chameleon come in a range of colors, and many species have the rather unique ability to change colors.

Chameleons are distinguished by their zygodactylous feet; their separately mobile, stereoscopic eyes; their very long, highly modified, rapidly extrudable tongues; their swaying gait; and crests or horns on their distinctively shaped heads. Many species also have a prehensile tail. Uniquely adapted for climbing and visual hunting, they are found in warm habitats that vary from rain forest to desert conditions—in Africa, Madagascar, and southern Europe, and across south Asia as far as Sri Lanka. They have also been introduced to Hawaii, California, and Florida, and are often kept as household pets.

Some chameleon species are able to change their skin coloration. Different chameleon species are able to vary their coloration and pattern through combinations of pink, blue, red, orange, green, black, brown, light blue, yellow, turquoise, and purple.






























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