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  • When 50 comes..
    A guy was 50 years old and loved to fish.
    He was sitting in his boat the other day when he heard a voice say, 'Pick me up.'
    He looked around and couldn't see anyone.
    He thought he was dreaming when he heard the voice say again, 'Pick me up.'  
    He looked in the water and there, floating on the top, was a frog.
    The man said, 'Are you talking to me?'
    The frog said, 'Yes, I'm talking to you.' Pick me up, then kiss me;
    and I'll turn into the most beautiful woman you have ever seen.

    I'll make sure that all your friends are envious and jealous,
     because I will be your bride!'
    The man looked at the frog for a short time, reached over,
    picked it up carefully and placed it in his shirt pocket.
    The frog said, 'What, are you nuts? Didn't you hear what I said?'

    I said, 'Kiss me, and I will be your beautiful bride.'
    He opened his pocket, looked at the frog and said,
    'Nah. At my age, I'd rather have a talking frog.'

    With age comes wisdom.
  • Mind-blowing food facts!
    Mind-blowing food facts!
    1 Pineapple is a natural painkiller 
    The fruit contains anti-inflammatory enzymes that bring pain relief from conditions such as arthritis, according to a study at Reading University.

    2 Pomegranate juice could prevent a heart attack 
    This wonder juice is believed to improve blood flow to the heart and lower blood pressure.

    3 Onions are natural antibiotics 
    They might make your breath pong but onions contain allicin, a powerful antibiotic that also protects the circulatory system.

    4 Mushrooms can ward off colds They contain more of an immune-boosting antioxidant called ergothioneine than any other food, say researchers at Pennsylvania State University.

    6 Blueberries can boost memory
    A study at Tufts University in Boston showed eating half a cup of this fruit regularly could delay age-related deterioration in co-ordination and short-term memory.

    8 Eat chocolate, live longer 
    Hurray! Harvard University scientists say that eating a couple of chocolate bars a week could extend your life by almost a year.

    9 Grapefruit juice can stop medicine working 
    If you're taking medication, avoid washing it down with grapefruit juice as there is evidence that it prevents some drugs being broken down.

    10 You should never drink tea or coffee with meals
    Tannins in tea and coffee prevent absorption of certain nutrients. A cup of tea with a meal will halve the iron you get from it, whereas a glass of orange juice will double it.

    11 Cherries can cure gout
    Cherries contain compounds that significantly reduce the chemicals in the body which cause joint inflammation.

    12 Eating curry could help prevent Alzheimer's
    According to a report in the Journal of Biological Chemistry, a yellow pigment used in curry, curcumin, can stop amyloid plaques in the brain that cause the condition.

    13 Sniffing a lemon could help you beat asthma 
    The UK's 5.1 million asthmatics could find lemons ease their symptoms. Studies in rats found that breathing improved after they inhaled limonene, the chemical that gives lemons their smell.

    14 Kiwi fruit can improve your eyesight
    This fuzzy fruit is a surprisingly good source of lutein, an antioxidant that protects your vision.

    15 Garlic can cure mouth ulcers and verruca’s
    Here's an old wives' tale that works: halve a clove of garlic, squeeze, and apply a drop of the juice to the offending growth at bedtime.

    16 It is important have a little salt in your meals
    Too much salt isn't good for us but not getting enough can trigger low blood pressure in those susceptible. Consult your GP before making any major diet changes.

    17 Figs can delay brittle bone disease 
    Good news for the three million osteoporosis sufferers in the UK - it is possible to slow its progress by eating calcium-packed figs.

    18 Soya can mimic breast cancer drugs
    A team of Cambridge researchers discovered that a diet high in soya can have a similar effect to anti-cancer drug Tamoxifen.

    19 Barbecued-food can cause cancer
    Eating meat that's chargrilled or burnt could lead to stomach, pancreatic, colon and breast cancer because it creates high levels of carcinogenic compounds.

    20 Cinnamon can help diabetics
    Just half a teaspoon a day of this spice can significantly reduce blood sugar levels in diabetics, says US research.

    21 Chilies can help you breath more easily
    Capsaicin, which occurs in chilies, shrinks the mucous membranes which can ease blocked noses and sinuses.

    22 Watermelon is good for the prostate
    Men will be glad to know that the red flesh contains the antioxidant Lycopene, which helps keep the prostate gland healthy.

    23 Coriander can lower your cholesterol levels
    This aromatic herb can reduce cholesterol levels and prevent heart problems.

    24 Nibbling nuts can prevent blood clots
    Nuts boost nitric oxide, a compound that relaxes blood vessels and eases blood flow.

    25 Banish bad breath with natural yoghurt
    A few spoonful of natural yoghurt can neutralise halitosis, according to Japanese researchers.
  • Seremban Hash House Hazards

    363 Jalan Seng Meng Lee, 70200 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan.

    Men only hash, Founded on 01/04/2004 by More See Fart & Stinger and other,

    run on Thurday at 6.00pm.


    More See Fart: 016-2708638 Fax: 06-7646261

    Stinger: 012-2113359 Fax: 03-61404872

    Old Chicken: 016-6112957

    Kai Loh: 012-6129998

    Sakai: 012-9313880

  • Kulai Hash House Harriers

    127 Main Road, 81000 Kulai, Johor.

    Mixed Hash, Founded on 02/03/1978 by Lam Chon Fa, run on Friday at 6.00pm.


    Ang Hua Tong: 019-7557596

    William Wong: 019-7352497

    Peter Phang: 012-7277732

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