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CUPID vs VALETINE

In Roman mythology, Cupid is the son of Venus, the goddess of love. In greek mythology, he was known as Eros and was the son of Aphrodite.

According to Roman mythology, Cupid fell madly in love with Psyche despite his mothers jealousy over Psyche's beauty. While he married her, he also told her never to look at him. He visited her only at night. Her sisters convinced her to look at Cupid despite his warning. So she lit a lamp one night so she could see him. Cupid then left her.
Psyche wandered aimlessly for a time, searching in vain for Cupid. She happened upon the temple of Venus. Venus, looking to destroy her, gave Psyche a series of perilous tasks, each one more difficult and previous than than preceding one. Her final task was to deliver take a little box to the underworld and get some of the beauty of Proserpine. She was warned not to open the box. But again, curiosity overcame her and she opened the box. There was nothing in the box but deadly slumber. (Don't despair, this story has a happy ending!)

Cupid, who really loved Psyche all the while, came upon her lifeless body. He forgave Psyche and swept the deadly slumber back into the box. The gods then made Psyche a goddess.

At this point it is appropriate to say "and they all lived happily ever after"...


The history of Valentine's Day is obscure, and further clouded by various fanciful legends. The holiday's roots are in the ancient Roman festival of Lupercalia, a fertility celebration commemorated annually on February 15. Pope Gelasius I recast this pagan festival as a Christian feast day circa 496, declaring February 14 to be St. Valentine's Day.

Which St. Valentine this early pope intended to honor remains a mystery: according to the Catholic Encyclopedia, there were at least three early Christian saints by that name. One was a priest in Rome, another a bishop in Terni, and of a third St. Valentine almost nothing is known except that he met his end in Africa.

Rather astonishingly, all three Valentines were said to have been martyred on Feb. 14.

Most scholars believe that the St. Valentine of the holiday was a priest who attracted the disfavor of Roman emperor Claudius II around 270. At this stage, the factual ends and the mythic begins. According to one legend, Claudius II had prohibited marriage for young men, claiming that bachelors made better soldiers. Valentine continued to secretly perform marriage ceremonies but was eventually apprehended by the Romans and put to death. Another legend has it that Valentine, imprisoned by Claudius, fell in love with the daughter of his jailer. Before he was executed, he allegedly sent her a letter signed "from your Valentine." Probably the most plausible story surrounding St. Valentine is one not focused on Eros (passionate love) but on agape (Christian love): he was martyred for refusing to renounce his religion.

In 1969, the Catholic Church revised its liturgical calendar, removing the feast days of saints whose historical origins were questionable. St. Valentine was one of the casualties.

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Blogs há 3 anos, 6 meses

CUPID vs VALETINE

In Roman mythology, Cupid is the son of Venus, the goddess of love. In greek mythology, he was known as Eros and was the son of Aphrodite.

According to Roman mythology, Cupid fell madly in love with Psyche despite his mothers jealousy over Psyche's beauty. While he married her, he also told her never to look at him. He visited her only at night. Her sisters convinced her to look at Cupid despite his warning. So she lit a lamp one night so she could see him. Cupid then left her.
Psyche wandered aimlessly for a time, searching in vain for Cupid. She happened upon the temple of Venus. Venus, looking to destroy her, gave Psyche a series of perilous tasks, each one more difficult and previous than than preceding one. Her final task was to deliver take a little box to the underworld and get some of the beauty of Proserpine. She was warned not to open the box. But again, curiosity overcame her and she opened the box. There was nothing in the box but deadly slumber. (Don't despair, this story has a happy ending!)

Cupid, who really loved Psyche all the while, came upon her lifeless body. He forgave Psyche and swept the deadly slumber back into the box. The gods then made Psyche a goddess.

At this point it is appropriate to say "and they all lived happily ever after"...


The history of Valentine's Day is obscure, and further clouded by various fanciful legends. The holiday's roots are in the ancient Roman festival of Lupercalia, a fertility celebration commemorated annually on February 15. Pope Gelasius I recast this pagan festival as a Christian feast day circa 496, declaring February 14 to be St. Valentine's Day.

Which St. Valentine this early pope intended to honor remains a mystery: according to the Catholic Encyclopedia, there were at least three early Christian saints by that name. One was a priest in Rome, another a bishop in Terni, and of a third St. Valentine almost nothing is known except that he met his end in Africa.

Rather astonishingly, all three Valentines were said to have been martyred on Feb. 14.

Most scholars believe that the St. Valentine of the holiday was a priest who attracted the disfavor of Roman emperor Claudius II around 270. At this stage, the factual ends and the mythic begins. According to one legend, Claudius II had prohibited marriage for young men, claiming that bachelors made better soldiers. Valentine continued to secretly perform marriage ceremonies but was eventually apprehended by the Romans and put to death. Another legend has it that Valentine, imprisoned by Claudius, fell in love with the daughter of his jailer. Before he was executed, he allegedly sent her a letter signed "from your Valentine." Probably the most plausible story surrounding St. Valentine is one not focused on Eros (passionate love) but on agape (Christian love): he was martyred for refusing to renounce his religion.

In 1969, the Catholic Church revised its liturgical calendar, removing the feast days of saints whose historical origins were questionable. St. Valentine was one of the casualties.

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Humoris ituan e gosto ….

Girl: Do you like me?
Boy: No
Girl: Do you think I’m pretty?
Boy: No
Girl: If I leave will you cry?
Boy: No
(Girl runs away, but boy stops her)
Boy: I don't think you're pretty,
I think you're beautiful,
I don't think I like you,
I LOVE you, if you leave,
I wouldn't cry, I’d die

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Girl: I like someone.
Boy: Who?
Girl: Wait wait. I love someone.
Boy: Can you tell me?
Girl: Yeah, but you can't laugh.
Boy: Okay. I wont, just tell me.
Girl: It starts with y & ends in u.
Boy: I like that person too

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Boy; What do you want more than anything?
Girl; To be standing in the middle of the street in the pouring rain and have the love of my life kissing me.
What about you?
Boy; To be the one kissing you.

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Girl-"Can I hold your hand?"
Boy-"No"
Girl-"Why?"
Boy- "'Cause It will hurt to much when you let go."

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Blogs há 3 anos, 7 meses

Humoris ituan e gosto ….

Girl: Do you like me?
Boy: No
Girl: Do you think I’m pretty?
Boy: No
Girl: If I leave will you cry?
Boy: No
(Girl runs away, but boy stops her)
Boy: I don't think you're pretty,
I think you're beautiful,
I don't think I like you,
I LOVE you, if you leave,
I wouldn't cry, I’d die

----------------------------

Girl: I like someone.
Boy: Who?
Girl: Wait wait. I love someone.
Boy: Can you tell me?
Girl: Yeah, but you can't laugh.
Boy: Okay. I wont, just tell me.
Girl: It starts with y & ends in u.
Boy: I like that person too

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Boy; What do you want more than anything?
Girl; To be standing in the middle of the street in the pouring rain and have the love of my life kissing me.
What about you?
Boy; To be the one kissing you.

------------------------------

Girl-"Can I hold your hand?"
Boy-"No"
Girl-"Why?"
Boy- "'Cause It will hurt to much when you let go."

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Ela só ela (Maskavo)

Gosto bué esta músika men….

Letras .....

Ela só ela (Maskavo)

Ela só ela me encanta
Ela que vai me levar
Vou com a roupa no corpo
Como ela quer me chamar

Num oceano,
Doce balanço...

[REFRÃO]:
Deusa,
vai me levando
Me embalando
Que eu vou

Ela que a todos fascina
é fonte de inspiração
Ideia que ninguem me tira
Com ela me sinto um Rei

Ela que da o balanço
Do jeito que a estrela guiar
Gangorra do tempo que manda
Meu amor
Como a maré, ir e voltar...

Num oceano,
Doce balanço...

[REFRÃO]

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Blogs há 3 anos, 7 meses

Ela só ela (Maskavo)

Gosto bué esta músika men….

Letras .....

Ela só ela (Maskavo)

Ela só ela me encanta
Ela que vai me levar
Vou com a roupa no corpo
Como ela quer me chamar

Num oceano,
Doce balanço...

[REFRÃO]:
Deusa,
vai me levando
Me embalando
Que eu vou

Ela que a todos fascina
é fonte de inspiração
Ideia que ninguem me tira
Com ela me sinto um Rei

Ela que da o balanço
Do jeito que a estrela guiar
Gangorra do tempo que manda
Meu amor
Como a maré, ir e voltar...

Num oceano,
Doce balanço...

[REFRÃO]

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Multiple sign in no yahoo messenger

Eu apenas trasmitir a informação que eu encontrei na net, axo ke é uma boa maneira a utilizar o esse truque, sign in no yahoo messenger com múltiplos utilizadores/usuários. Para que este truque funciona no nosso PC (só sei em windows, nos outros SOs não sei lol)Primeiro temos ke fazer uma configuração no nosso registry do windows, ie. no 'regedit', vamos então, navegar ao ramo "HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Yahoo/Test/" , no lado direito, na janela vazia, clicamos em qualquer lugar com o rato direito e selecionamos o "new string" e renomear este string com o nome "plural", depois disso double click em cima do plural e vai aparecer uma nova janela e na parte inserimos o valor 0 no "value data"..... exemplo---->

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Blogs há 3 anos, 7 meses

Multiple sign in no yahoo messenger

Eu apenas trasmitir a informação que eu encontrei na net, axo ke é uma boa maneira a utilizar o esse truque, sign in no yahoo messenger com múltiplos utilizadores/usuários. Para que este truque funciona no nosso PC (só sei em windows, nos outros SOs não sei lol)Primeiro temos ke fazer uma configuração no nosso registry do windows, ie. no 'regedit', vamos então, navegar ao ramo "HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Yahoo/Test/" , no lado direito, na janela vazia, clicamos em qualquer lugar com o rato direito e selecionamos o "new string" e renomear este string com o nome "plural", depois disso double click em cima do plural e vai aparecer uma nova janela e na parte inserimos o valor 0 no "value data"..... exemplo---->

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