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درس خطوات ازالة شعر العانه لنظافتك و جمالك و بالتفصيل الممل من الالف الى الياء


درس كيفية الازاله او تزيلين شعر العانه المنطقة الحساسة لدى النساء - و بدون اى مشكلة لا نظافتك الشخصية ولجمالك و واليكي التفصيل الممل
ازالة شعر العانه واحد من اهم واجبات الجمال الضروريه عند المرأه و فى هذا الدرس تقدم لكى المصدر: حواء مصر خطوات حلق شعر العانه من دون الحصول على المشاكل الشائعه من الشعور بالحكه او ظهور بعض البثور او حالات من الطفح الجلدى و اللذى يمكن تلافيه بكل سهوله عبر اتباع الخطوات التاليه مع وجود بعض من الصور التوضيحيه من اجل سهولة شرح الدرس
الخطوة الاولى : اشترى مكونات و مستحضرات تجميل خاصه بمنطقة العانه
الخطوة الاولى : اشترى مكونات و مستحضرات تجميل خاصه بمنطقة العانه
فيلاحظ ان فى هذه الفترة حدثت طفرة كبيرة فى مستحضرات التجميل و صارت اكثر تخصصا لكل منطقه ما يخصها من مستحضرات التجميل و تتميز مستحضرات التجميل الخاصه بمنطقة العانه قلة المركبات الكيميائيه فيها و زيادة فى المكونات الطبيعيه نظرا لحساسية هذه المنطقه و حاولى البحث عن المستحضرات اللتى تعمل على تقليل نمو الشعر و تكافح الحكه وظهور البثور
 
الخطوة الثانيه : تهذيب منطقة العانه عن طريق قص بعض من الشعر الزائد
الخطوة الثانيه : تهذيب منطقة العانه عن طريق قص بعض من الشعر الزائد
قبل البدء يمكنك باستخدام المقص تشذيب و تهذيب هذه المنطقه من اجل سهولة عمل موس الحلاقه لانه يصعب عمله فى الشعر الطويل و قد تجدى هذه العمليه ممله و لكن لسهولة التعامل مع هذه الخطوة ننصحك بالوقوف على قدم ووضع القدم الاخرى على حافة البانيو او غطاءالمرحاض لسهولة التحكم فى القص
 
الخطوة الثالثه : خذى حمام دافئ ( شاور )
الخطوة الثالثه : خذى حمام دافئ ( شاور )
ننصحكى باخذ شاور او حمام دافئ لمدة ربع او ثلث الساعه من اجل تنعيم الشعر و الجلد و تسهيل عملية ازالة الشعر و اثناء استحمامك اهتمى بنظافة العانه جيدا لان هذا الشاور عامل مساعد لمنع نمو الشعر و بعد الانتهاء من الشاور تأكدى من تجفيف منطقة العانه جيدا
 
الخطوة الرابعه : احصلى على شفرة حلاقه جديده
الخطوة الثالثه : خذى حمام دافئ ( شاور )
ننصحك دائما اختى الكريمة باستعمال شفرة حلاقة جديده او ماكينة حلاقه جديده وحاولى ان تستعملى الشفرات ذات الرؤوس الصغيره نظرا لصغر المساحه المراد ازالة الشعر منها بعكس مناطق الجسم المختلفه
الخطوة الخامسه : ضعى رغوة الصابون او جيل ازالة الشعر فى منطقة العانه
الخطوة الثالثه : خذى حمام دافئ ( شاور )
جهزى المنطقه المراد ازالة الشعر منها برغوة الصابون او جيل ازالة الشعر الخاصة بمنطقة العانه كما شرحنا فى الخطوة الاولى من اجل تسهيل عمل شفرة الحلاقة فى الازالة و يفضل ان تكون الرغوة ليست كثيرة لمتابعة ماذا فعلتى و من اين بدأتى و اين انتهيتى
الخطوة السادسه : عمليه ازالة الشعر
الخطوة الثالثه : خذى حمام دافئ ( شاور )
ازيلى الشعر و احلقيه فى اتجاه نمو الشعر و كرريها عدة مرات و عندما تجدين ان فتحات الشفرة قد امتلاءت بالشعر و الرغوة اذيبيهم فى مياه و كررى هذه العمليه مة تلو الاخرى حتى تتاكدين تماما من نظافه هذه المنطقه و بعد ان تنتهى تأكدى من تجفيف هذه المنطقة جيدا
الخطوة السابعه : استخدمى مكعبات الثلج لغلق مسام الجلد
الخطوة الثالثه : خذى حمام دافئ ( شاور )
بعد الانتهاء من عملية ازالة شعر العانه استخدمى مكعبات الثلج و مرريها على منطقة العانه بهدف اغلاق المسام ثم جففى هذه المنطقه باستخدام المنشفه
الخطوة الثامنه : ترطيب منطقة العانه
الخطوة الثالثه : خذى حمام دافئ ( شاور )
والان استعملى مطهر للجلد كالكحول و اتبعيه بمرطب و يفضل ان يكون المرطب من خلاصة الصبار لمنع حدوث اى احمرار او طفح فى الجلد و يوميا اهتمى بنظافه و ترطيب هذه المنطقه و اعتنى بها اثناء حمامك اليومى
الخطوة التاسعه : ملاحظات هامه بعد عملية الازالة
الخطوة الثالثه : خذى حمام دافئ ( شاور )
اتبعى هذه الخطوات و افعليها كل يومين و لمدة اسابيع قليله ثم افعليها بعدها بفترة بشكل يومى اثناء حمامك و اذا واجهتك الحكه اثناء نمو الشعر توقفى عن الحلاقه حتى تزول الحكه و ارتدى الملابس القطنيه و يمكنك وضع قليلا من بودرة الطفل فى الاماكن اللتى تحدث فيها الحكه و لاحظى انه كلما استخدمتى المنتجات الخاصه بالعانه كلما كانت المشاكل اقل

He studied steps to remove pubic hair with Nzaftk and beauty and boring detail AZ
ما رأيك فى هذه الخطوات اليست سهله للغايه و لا تحتاج كل هذه التعقيدات فى حالة اى استفسارت سأكون سعيدة للغايه للرد على استفسارتكم عن طريق التعليقات او مراسلتى عن طريق هذا النموذج و الى اللقاء فى دروس اخرى

كلام نواعم Fawzia Salama|وفاة فوزية

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السلام عليكم | اليوم جايبه ليكم خبر مخزن عن, وفاة فوزية سلامة, كلام نواعم وفاة فوزية


MBC Kalam Nawaem - Death Fawzia Salama
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 الشعار الجديد لـكلام نواعم, الشعار الجديد لـ "كلام نواعم". الشعار الجديد لـ "كلام نواعم"
دردشة كلام نواعم شات كلام نواعم - دردشة كومة احبك

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#6 Deathtrap Dungeon by Ian Livingstone (1984)

#6 - Deathtrap Dungeon, by Ian Livingstone (1984)
Near as I can tell, Deathtrap Dungeon is far and away the most famous Fighting Fantasy book. Could its renown stem from a classy execution of that absolutely archetypal role-playing scenario, the dungeon crawl? That's quite likely. Or could it derive from the debut of that cherished character "the BLOODBEAST", since 1991 a mascot of Japanese baseball team the Moritaka Petrochemicals Bloodbeasts? Maybe so. Could it be because of the characterisation and dialogue? No, definitely not. Whatever the reasons, more than any other FF book it has left a dent in the culture.

In 1998, a video game version for Playstation and PC titled "Ian Livingstone's Deathtrap Dungeon" was released by Eidos Interactive (not coincidentally, also the company where Ian Livingstone enjoys the Mubarak-esque title of "Life President"). Unlike the source material, it was poorly received in the English-speaking world. For example, it was rated 6.2 out of 10 by Gamespot, an organization that would give a turd 8/10 if it had an advertising budget over $500 (YouTube commentor masteriansun gives the plain English equivalent of a 6.2 from Gamespot - "i'd rather get a blowjob from a lion than play this game again").  On the other hand it was lauded by gaming press in Holland, Denmark and Germany - perhaps due to some cultural resonance in Saxon lands where the likes of DWARVES and GOBLINS are celebrated in "high culture" (opera, public statuary, etc). Holland's "Power Unlimited" magazine gave it 91%, commenting "Eidos heeft weer een vette hit in handen. Ik denk dat Deathtrap Dungeon best eens de populariteit van Tomb Raider zal kunnen gaan evenaren."("Eidos has another hit in oily hands. I think Deathtrap Dungeon for once the popularity of Tomb Raider will be able to match")

Speaking of Tomb Raider, Eidos had thoroughly learned the principal that "sex sells" from the enormous fame and revenue generated by those two chunky peppermint-coloured dodecahedra on Lara Croft's chest. This, combined with some confusion around the word "dungeon", led to the misleading and inadvertently hilarious advertisement above, replete with bad taste artefacts of the late '90s such as; "X-treme/in-your-face" copy; the lady's latex; the gentleman's shredded capri pants, and; coloured lighting taken straight from the set of  "Batman and Robin" (1997).
While Deathtrap Dungeon has seen numerous fringe theatre adaptations, such as the bawdy cabaret Baron Sukumvit's Daughter, it has yet to be brought to the silver screen. However the cosmic mercy that has thus far masked it from Uwe Boll's attention cannot last indefinitely. Most recently, "Deathtrap" was the first Fighting Fantasy to be adapted into an iPhone/iPad application. I've heard that Ian Livingstone is on the record as saying it's his favourite of the FF books he wrote. Hopefully in this play through I can get a glimmer of understanding as to why the global influence of Deathtrap Dungeon is exceeded only by that of the Holy Biblethe Koran, and almost all of the other normal books where you just read the pages one at a time from left to right.

Background


The book begins some brief explanation of the geography and recent history of the town of Fang, which is on the River Kok in the province of Chiang Mai. All of these are real places in Thailand, by the way. Apparently Ian Livingstone spent some time backpacking around Northern Thailand in 1981 and just couldn't get over how well the place-names adapted to sword and sorcery. (Making up names is the hardest thing about writing fantasy - ask anyone. Or, more specifically, ask the guy that came up "Tybalt Spellcaster" for the latest re-print of Citadel of Chaos)

Thai people celebrating their connection to  Deathtrap Dungeon.

Basically Fang was a no-account town, most famous for the uniquely slow chewing action of its water bison, until one day the town's ruler Baron Sukumvit launched an annual contest called the "Trial of Champions" to be held in his private labyrinth, or "dungeon" if you prefer. (By the way, that's Sukumvit as in Sukumvhit Road, Bangkok). In the first year of the contest, seventeen challengers attempted to pass through the labyrinth, and they all died, falling prey either to monsters or deadly trapsAKA "deathtraps". The prize if you win - and no-one ever does - is 10,000 Gold Pieces, which for context is just enough to buy 3,333 lanterns at the city of thieves by ian livingstone markets and still have a GP left over to bribe the city guard. According to the book, "as the years passed, and the Trial of Champions continued, it attracted more and more challengers and spectators" - not quite sure why this would be since the challengers always die and the spectators only get to watch them walk into a tunnel and not come out again... it doesn't sound like much of a spectacle to me, but then again, some people watch TV about cakes! And some people watch yachting. So what do I know.

By this time, readers of Turn to 400 should be well aware that Fighting Fantasy protagonists are suicidally reckless, without exception. Therefore you will not be surprised to hear that the hero of "Deathtrap" immediately decides to enter the Trial of Champions, "having seen one of Sukumvit's challenges nailed to a tree". I do wonder exactly what the copy was...


...regardless of the specifics, the challenge galvanises our crazy protagonist to throw his tiny, doomed hat into the deadly, deadly ring. The Background briefly glosses over your voyage to Fang, via Port Blacksand - "wasting no time in that [ahem] city of thieves"  - an ostentatious name-drop that nicely indicates the world of Fighting Fantasy starting to stitch itself together (albeit after the manner of Frankenstein).

When you arrive in Fang there are three days to spare before the contest begins, everyone is partying like nuts and buying you drinks and such because, after all, you're about to die horribly. Come the big day itself you blink away your hangover and are escorted to the dungeon entrance by (cough) "a small man with slanted eyes". At the entrance there's a crowd of townsfolk, five fellow contestants and the Baron himself, dolled up in his dressing gown and a hat that would've been a better design for theStarship Traveller than the one they actually went with.  The system is that each contestant enters one at a time, in random order, spaced half an hour apart (once again this is right up there with cricket on a rainy day as far spectator excitement goes).

Not even in the dungeon yet and already I can plainly see some howling ghosts through the doorway. 
"YOU IN THE BIG LEAGUES NOW SON"
Your fellow contestants are a glorious mix of incongruities - three of them are protagonists from the greatest film genres of the 1980s - two barbarians, and a ninja. There's also an elf lady but forget her, she gets killed by a boa constrictor anyway. Oh and a knight. That guy gets turned to stone, forget him.



Rolling Up My Dude


SKILL - 10
STAMINA - 15
LUCK - 11


Not bad stats. The rules in this book are as normal and you start with the usual 10 Provisions and a sword. Plus maybe a shield. A lot of these books seem to equivocate about whether you have a shield or not. I might've had a shield. 


The Adventure

Okay things begin when your number comes up, you are fifth to enter, preceded by the knight, the elf, the ninja and one of thoselovable barbarians. A few metres down the entrance corridor there's a table with six labelled wooden boxes on it, one for each contestant. So here we are launching straight into an atmosphere of high-stakes tension - "is this just a plain old box or is this gonna be a deathtrap", you have to think to yourself. I had faith that Ian wouldn't insta-kill me off the first paragraph so I opened it up - inside is 2 GP as a reward for your trusting nature and a patronising note from Da Baron in which he reveals "you will need to find and use several items if you hope to pass triumphantly through my Deathtrap Dungeon" - yes, that is his idea of a "hint" (dick), so let's keep our eyes peeled for some... items. Sadly you are not given the option to loot GP from the other contestants' boxes and must instead proceed to your next challenge: a T-junction.

I grouse a lot about random direction-choosing in these books but I have to say that this T-junction was quite a lively conundrum - you can choose to go west, following three sets of footprints and a white arrow painted on the wall, or to follow a solitary set of footsteps to the east. I quickly decided that going west was "too mainstream" and headed east, where I soon had the awkward experience of having to clamber around a giant puffball that was blocking the corridor. I get the sense that this puffball wasn't really meant to be part of the dungeon and someone had painted the arrow back at the intersection to try to head off embarrassment.

Further along the corridor you start to experience a sauna-like heat and are given the option of drinking a clear fluid that you find lying around. I assumed Da Baron had turned up the heat to trick me into drinking poison, but in fact it turned out the heat itself was the trap and they'd left a helpful potion lying around to give you a chance of surviving it - nice fake-out. Fortunately I passed a SKILL roll against the heat with the result that "only [my] immense strength and grim determination prevents [me] falling unconscious to the floor" - not mentioned: my astonishing stupidity, which prevented from me from heading back to the T-junction and going down the other route before the heat started to reach "verge-of-death" levels.

Anyway a little further on and with my pores well and truly open and refreshed, I caught up with the mystery person whose footsteps I'd been following - and it looks like he fell for an extreme version of that old classic gag, "standing on a rake":
Barbarian #1: "U GOT DEATHTRAPP'd!" 
Notably, you are given the option to rifle through his loincloth and devour some "strange-looking dried meat" that you find there - yep, the protagonist's poor impulse control extends beyond his enthusiasm for contests that are known to reliably kill all of their players and into a kamikaze gourmand's urge to eat and drink whatever things are to hand while roaming about underground. I also filched the bait from the trap, a silver goblet, luckily avoiding a second deathtrap in the process. I don't know if the goblet serves any purpose later because I died shortly afterwards.

Failure, and Death


Ian Livingstone's been to Thailand, apparently.
A little further in I came across a statue of the local equivalent of Fat Buddha, given an Allansian twist in the form of those two sidekicks you can see flanking him in the picture (they're Dire Flamingos, stuffed by some especially ambitious taxidermist - but predictably enough they can come alive and attack you under the right conditions). His eyes are made of emeralds, and having played Deathtrap as a child I knew that, just as in the European aristocracy, you need to collect precious stones to win. Clambering up to the idol's shoulders, you are given the choice of chipping out the left or right eye (the third eye shown in the picture is due to artistic license and doesn't really exist apparently). Being right-handed I chose the right eye (much easier to brace against Buddha's nose with my left hand while standing on his protuberant lower lip, leaving my right free to work on the gem). And then...

"Much to your surprise, the emerald shatters on contact, releasing a jet of poisonous gas straight into your face. The gas knocks you out and you release the rope, bounce down the idol and crash on the stone floor. Your adventure ends here."

This "U GOT DEATHTRAPP'd" message is brought to you by Ian Livingstone, and Ian Livingstone's cameo as a mutilated prisoner chained to a wall.
 
Monsters, Combat, Noteworthy Encounters

So yes, my adventure was pretty short this time out. The only combat I actually had was with a couple of ORCS just after the sauna-corridor - they were about as much interest as ORCS ever are, i.e. not worth mentioning unless you're trying to write a thesis about Tolkein being racist.

Flicking through the pages, there seems to be several tough fights some of which I suspect are unavoidable. Your fellow contestant the NINJA, should you fight him, is SKILL 11. There's numerous SKILL 10 opponents, including mainstays such as a GIANT SCORPION. And then there's the PIT FIEND, a SKILL 12 Tyrannosaurus.

Known to children and the young-at-heart as the PIT FRIEND.
My old pal and cover model the BLOODBEAST is SKILL 12 also, this guy is I think maybe the first genuinely original and interesting monster to appear in the series. He's about the size of a large hippo and hangs out in a hot tub full of acidic slime his whole life, slapping at passers-by with his big gross tongue. According to my copy of Out of the Pit, his "one major weakness" is getting poked in the eyes, "so it has evolved hundreds of fake 'eyes' that rise in blisters before bursting open on its head". It's baffling to me that no-one has yet marketed a BLOODBEAST plush toy - this guy has character.

Less original but pretty amusing is the IMITATOR, an (ahem) homage to the classic D'n'D Mimic, i.e. a shape-changer that disguises itself as inanimate objects and then punches you.

Saaaay, what kind of a dungeon is this?

The SKELETON Report

The cover for 1998's Ian Livingstone's Deathtrap Dungeon, which Life President Ian Livingstone insisted depict a SKELETON head.
Yep, just the one. To the casual observer, this may appear innocent enough, merely the mortal remains of a man who suddenly died while taking his ease. But in fact it is a SKELETON, playing a trick! If you grab at his rolled-up parchment he will get up and attack you, "rising from [his] chair in a series of jerky movements".

If you don't try to take the parchment, he is like "DAMN" and then waits for someone to walk past again in next year's contest.
I should point out that this is almost the most obvious thing a SKELETON could ever do. This is such a classic scenario it's basically a natural law. If you should come home one day and find a dusty skeleton on the couch, clutching your remote control in a death grip, don't touch that mess. I don't care if your "life partner" thinks it's dead. I don't care how much cobwebs it's got on it. Don't be touching that SKELETON. Maybe call the cops. They are trained for these situations.

Final Thoughts

Now you will note that I basically died on a 50/50 coin toss, which is normally the kind of thing I would have a whinge about. But I don't want to come across as a big baby who gets upset 'cos he can't win on the first play through. These books are supposed to have replay value. Also this book is very clear from the outset that it is not trying to be fair. The setting is specifically designed to kill people, it says it right there in the name - you cannot spell "Deathtrap Dungeon" without DEATH, a dungeon, and at least one trap. It is not supposed to be a functioning city like Port Blacksand, or a natural environment / nudist community like Darkwood Forest. The artificiality of the setting in Deathtrap actually saves it from some of the flaws of earlier game-books because the unconnected encounters and your Bizarre Search Behaviour do actually make sense within the "Running Man"-style game show context. Suspension of disbelief becomes a lot easier because the overt rules of the environment exactly align with the unstated rules of the form.

The closest parallel in terms of setting to Deathtrap is probably the original Warlock, also a dungeon full of disjointed encounters. But it exceeds that book in every aspect, mainly through filling your decisions out a little with interesting details, like which set of footprints to follow at that first T-junction. I think the presence of the other contestants in the dungeon also enlivens the book to a great degree as you can stumble across evidence of their activities (including their corpses), fight them, or in one case even briefly team up (that's the ill-fated Barbarian #2, Throm). So by book 6, the series seems to have a good head of steam on - let's see what plays out next in book 7, THE ISLAND OF THE LIZARD KING.

20‏/02‏/2014

شيخ يحرم على المرأة اكل الموز والخيار منعا للاستثارة الجنسية






في فتوى شرعية غير مسبوقة، حرم شيخ دين يقيم في أوروبا على النساء ان يتناولن الخيار او الموز حتى لا تستثير المرأة جنسيا.
وقال الشيخ ان المرأة إذا أرادت ان تأكل موزه فيجب ان يتم تقطيعها من قبل محرم كي لا تمسكها المرأة بحجمها الطبيعي.
وتأتي فتوي الشيخ لأن الموز والخيار يشبهن العضو الذكري للرجل، وحرم أيضا  الجزر والكوسا، واعتبرها ان هذه الخضراوات  تقود المرأة إلى إطلاق العنان لمخيلتها وهي تأكل الموز، وترغب بممارسة الجنس مع رجل، معتبراً ان المرأة في هذه الحالة قد تسترسل في تخيلاتها وتشعر بالنشوة.
وبعد ان أمّ الشيخ بالمصلين وأنهى الصلاة وجه له أحد الحاضرين سؤالاً عمّا يفعله اذا كانت زوجته او بناته يحببن فواكه وخضروات كهذه، فرد الشيخ قائلاً بضرورة ان يأخذها بنفسه ويخفيها عن أنظارهن، ويقطعها في إحدى زوايا المطبخ دون ان تراه إحداهن الى قطع صغيرة، ومن ثم يقدمها لهن.
وحينما سأله آخر ساخراً كيف سيتسنى للمسلم مراقبة نسائه في السوق، مشيراً الى انه سيكون باستطاعتهن الاستمتاع بإمساك الموز والتلذذ بأكله كيفما شئن، رد الشيخ قائلاً دي مش شغلتي .. دا بينهم وبين ربهم.

هذا ولم يتطرق الشيخ الى الشعور الذي قد ينتاب الرجل حين يرى سيدة تلتهم موزة أمامه، وما هي الانطباعات التي قد تتبادر الى ذهنه اذا ما وقع نظره على خيارة بين أسنان أخرى.





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