Posted: December 9, 2013 in Uncategorized

“Dear Moyes,

With all due respect to the fact that you were hand picked by Fergie, I would like to categorically air my displeasure on how you keep working hard to ruin a dynasty that took long to build. Firstly, with regards the Everton Game, it was no secret that Fellaini, Giggs and Wellbeck were not helping us in any way.. Sad that poor Kagawa and Rafael had to be victims of that small team mentality that is proving so hard to remove from your head and oh my!! you just had to slot Chicharito in right at the end so that he could also walk the walk of shame. In case you missed the memo, you are a Manchehester United coach now and at Manchester united we don’t play just to win a couple of games but rather to win the league.
FROM A SOCIAL PERSPECTIVE Do you have any idea just hard you have made it for us (MAN UTD FANS) to put on a MAN UTD jersey?? do you know just how much we avoid social media in fear of scorn and demeanour? Im sure you heard, while at Everton, that we always talk highly of our team but so far you are not giving us the platform to exercise this right.

FROM AN ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE Think of our loyal ‘Gambler’ fans who are now losing out a lot on their bets, just how much more property do you want them to gamble away. Look at how much revenues the Bars and Pubs are now missing out on because most of us now watch football behind closed doors. ‘ I’m sure you know our fans drink a lot.

FROM A SPIRITUAL PERSPECTIVE Our sin book is now overwhelmed because we are cursing a lot more nowadays, we are smiling less and instead letting out all the pressure on our innocent wives, children and people who love us way much more than you love us.

FROM A MEDICAL PERSPECTIVES just how are we going to account for the involuntary insomnia you bestow upon us week in week out, most our once healthy Man UTD comrades are now prey to hypertension and emotional stress. plus you know most medical personnel are Man UTD fans so you can only imagine how patients that walk in with Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool, Mancity, Newcastle and Everton T-shirts are being treated (especially in the theatre) I refuse to believe we are a small team because we came a long way chewing bubble gum and bagging them Trophies. we refuse to use both hands in counting the difference in points between ourselves and the log leaders. we refuse to watch worthy players rot on bench as you experiment with Fouls(fellaini), Turn overs (Giggs) and failed attempts(wellbeck) I wish you well as you evidently begin to fight for your stay at old Trafford and I also advise that you try chewing gum aswell, trust me it will make you cooler.

Your in grief and sorrow, Passionate MAN UNITED fan.”

Loss of sexual desire…..

Posted: October 15, 2011 in sex

Loss of libido can have a variety of causes – some psychological, some not. One of the leading causes of lost sexual desire is stress and fatigue. In this case the condition is temporary and desire returns when the stressful period ends, or when you’re able to get enough rest.


Sex can arouse a lot of anxiety in people who are unsure of themselves or fear humiliation. For someone who has never had sex – or has had a bad experience with sex – the anxiety level can be overwhelming. People may fear that they will not be able to become aroused or excited, and fail their partner. Alternatively, they may fear the consequences of sexual activity (pregnancy or sexually transmitted infections). Fear of sex – or even intimacy – is not uncommon, and most people experience it at some time in their lives.

Estrangement from partner

Someone who feels hurt by, or angry with, their partner may express their emotions through a lack of sexual desire. Women, particularly, find it difficult to have sex when their feelings have been hurt or they feel “unsafe” in the relationship. Negative feelings toward your partner may be incompatible with the prospect of sexual intimacy, which decreases your level of arousal.

Misdirected sexual desire

This phenomenon often occurs in the case of “closeted” gay men and women. While actual sexual desire may be high with members of their appropriate sexual orientation, many people ashamed or insecure about their sexuality will still force themselves to desire the wrong sex. Often “closeted” individuals marry and have children while still suffering from lack of sexual desire for their spouses. Others may be disturbed by their fantasies or fetishes and may try to ignore them by repressing their sexual desire.

Physiological causes

Not all the causes of low sexual desire are psychological in nature – in older men, it can be caused by a low level of the hormone androgen. Women may experience “interruptions” in sexual desire through different stages in their lives. Hormonal deficiency can sometimes be treated with hormone injections. Anything that adversely affects your metabolism will undoubtedly cause some lack of sexual desire. This may include an accident, trauma or illness. Depression, and the medication used to treat it, may adversely affect libido, as will anything that causes pain. You should speak to your doctor if you have problems created by medication, or if sex has become painful in any way.

I really want to want sex…

A short period of loss of desire may correct itself. Reducing stress or anxiety will help, too. If it is caused by problems with your partner, physical wellbeing or fears, see your doctor, a counsellor or even a sex therapist. Work out your fears or expectations. If you have a loving partner, talk to her or him and spend time together finding things that you enjoy, that are exciting or that make you feel closer to each other. Wanting to want you partner is a good start.




Numero 5

Posted: July 5, 2011 in Uncategorized

How much has happened in so little time!
All our wonder withers in the wind.
Praised be love, that turns our days to rhyme,
Psalter to what else had merely been.
Years of love become a dance for two,
Fraught with grace, sustained by skill and art;
In time with time, though quite beyond time through
Forsaking all that would estrange the heart.
Time disappears, for love’s an ancient song
Heard forever by the ever young.


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