- 1 AnswerCleaning & Laundry5 years ago
I have this dress that I'm wearing to a formal event (a gala night/sort-of-prom/college event). I'm pairing this dress with black pumps but I don't know what jewellery or hairstyle will go with this.... Please help!
P.S. I'm 18 and 5" tall so this dress is rather long (hence, the pumps). I'm not skinny or fat, somewhere in between but slightly more athletic/curvy.1 AnswerFashion & Accessories7 years ago
I'm going to a formal event at my college and I've picked out a gown that looks like this:
The color of the gown looks more like this though:
What jewellery, shoes and hairstyle should I wear to match this dress? I am about 5feet tall, with black hair, olive skin and brown eyes.1 AnswerFashion & Accessories7 years ago
I'm 18 and I will be spending about 2 weeks in Cardiff for a holiday some time in the middle of July (around 12th to 25th). I have never been to the UK before and I am unsure what it is like there. Where I am from, the average temperature is about 35degrees Celsius. What should I bring and what places do you recommend I visit? :)4 AnswersCardiff7 years ago
I am 19 years old, weighing about 55kgs (121lbs) and am about 5 ft tall. I'm not fat per se, but not skinny either and I'd like to lose about 10-15 pounds and tone myself. I heard of skipping rope as a means to lose weight and I was wondering how much weight I'd lose if I were to skip for about 30-45mins a day, 5 times a week. In addition to that, I eat about 1500calories per day, I swim about 2 hours a day, twice a week for about 4-5km per session and I do some crunches and other aerobic exercises for 30mins everyday. How much weight can I lose in a week?1 AnswerDiet & Fitness7 years ago
I am currently studying LLB at a British university and I was planning on going to Australia to work after I graduate. I'm curious to know what my possible career options are with just that LLB and if I will encounter any problems with the different law systems. I'm also thinking of becoming either a guardian ad litem or an advocate, preferably after a few year's working experience and was wondering how I would be able to achieve this in Australia, specifically in Sydney. Would I have to take any extra courses or degrees, because I heard that there is a possibility that I would be required to have a degree in Social Work.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.1 AnswerStudying Abroad7 years ago
Puppy is now about 4 months old and we've had him for over a month. He's house-trained and generally well-behaved though excitable at times. It'll be our first time away from him next week and we're going away for about 3 days. A neighbour is coming to feed him three times a day and change his water, as well as play and take him on a walk along with her dogs whom puppy has met and is friendly with.
Although she will be spending about 2-3 hours a day with him, he'll generally be left alone most of the time in our backyard with access to clean water and shade from sun and storms, though he loves the rain and thunderstorms. He is an outdoor dog and absolutely refuses to be inside the house (he'll whine to get out once indoors and won't let up for hours; we've tried) so he sleeps outdoor in a large sheltered kennel. We're leaving some safe toys like Kongs and Nylabones as well as some chew toys, and we've instructed the neighbour a.k.a. pet-sitter to give him some treat dispensing toys as well. Backyard is fenced and sheltered from predators and there are no big animals in this area besides neighbourhood dogs, but they can't come in.
Just for peace of mind, is it alright to leave him as such or should I make any changes? Or should I have another neighbour or relative come over to play with him more? There isn't a kennel nearby where I can leave him, the nearest one is about 100km away, hence having neighbours help out. We've done the same for their dogs but they were adult dogs and ours is a puppy.4 AnswersDogs7 years ago
So my puppy's now nearing 16 weeks old and has had two visit to the vet. He's had a check-up at the first visit and his first vaccination shot at the second. My vet told us to give him some vitamins to aid in his development as he's slightly smaller and a little underweight(despite eating a normal amount). He's apparently perfectly healthy, just developing a little slower than he should be, hence the vitamins. He has been eating dry kibble mixed with some boiled meat and a bit of rice as per the vet's advice and she suggested we add a multi-vitamin as well.
The vitamin that was given to us contains all necessary nutrients and comes in a pill form that can easily be turned into powder; it's very soft. The problem is, puppy will not touch the food that has been mixed with the vitamin(vet said it was ok to break the pill into powder form and mix with food and water) and after that will be skeptical about meals for a while(meaning he'll choose not to eat for a few hours, 6 hours being the longest he chose not to eat). I've also tried putting a bit of the pill with strong-flavoured foods like cheese and peanut butter, but he won't touch it either. I have noticed that the pill has a strong medicinal smell and I'm assuming that that's what's turning him off.
The vet said that puppy must take the vitamins or he will not grow properly, or enough, and that he must take them once a day. Any ideas on how to give puppy his vitamins if he's so reluctant? Please and thank you!3 AnswersDogs7 years ago
After some delays, I picked up my puppy yesterday. He is a 12-week old mutt (Daschund-Pom-Lhasa Apso) and I've visited him many times since he was born and watched him interact with his siblings and parents. He has always been very curious/active/energetic with a big appetite.
It has been about 24hours now since I picked him up. At the previous owner's place, he was fed dry kibble mixed with rice and some meat. I took home some of the kibble to feed him. He barely has an appetite, although he would eat some of the meat(not the rice or kibble. He spits them out) and doesn't seem to want to drink any water. I have to scoop some out into my palm and only then he'll take one or two licks and then refuses to drink anymore. I have given him ice-cubes which he seems to like though. I leave his water-bowl out with fresh water and he doesn't even touch it.
In 24hours, he has not peed or pooped, not a single time, and we know because we have taken turns watching him and keeping him company. When we take him outside, he just sits there and looks at us. At home, he's kept in a large puppy pen and even then, he doesn't pee or poop. At this point, we wouldn't mind if he had any accidents.
He also seems very tired and lethargic, whimpering occasionally and very attached to all of us, so much so that we can't walk anywhere without him following. He yawns a lot and takes occasional naps(a few mins at a time) but never actually sleeps for more than an hour. One of his eyes is a little bloodshot, and we're worried something might be wrong. We currently can't afford to visit a vet :(
Is he ill? How can I coax him to use the bathroom and drink? Please help!! D:6 AnswersDogs7 years ago
So a couple of weeks ago, I posted a question about how to care for puppy mill dogs and I'm glad to say that I will be getting a puppy from a friend's dog that gave birth a couple of weeks ago so I won't have to buy a dog from a shop or worry about a puppy mills :) The puppy, a male Lhasa Apso/Pom mix is about 7 weeks old now, so will be picking him up in about 2-3weeks time :) However as a first time owner, I do have a few questions:
1. The average temperature here is about 37-40degrees Celsius. Is it ok to give dogs cold water? Not iced but room temperature water with 1-2 ice cubes in it? Have been researching and found a lot of conflicting articles with some saying that ice should not be given at all as it causes bloat and some saying it's fine. Please note that I won't be giving iced water. Just cool water.
2. Is frozen yogurt ok for puppies as an occasional treat? I read a few recipes whereby yogurt can be frozen into icecubes and was wondering if that's ok if my puppy is not lactose intolerant.
3. Can he have kibble as treats seeing as he will be eating home-cooked meals?
4. What vaccinations should I get?
5. Is he too young to go out on walks/meet other dogs now seeing as he hasn't had his vaccinations yet? He has space to roam right now (about enough for 5 cars to park but it is concrete) but is that enough?
I would really appreciate all the help I can get. THANK YOU! :D4 AnswersDogs7 years ago
I'm planning on getting a puppy, however the only option available is by buying from a pet shop. live in a place where we do not have a proper animal shelter(they only take in cats due to religious reasons) so I cannot adopt a dog. Stray dogs are always rabid/diseased here so adopting a dog off the street is not an option either. Tried asking around but no one I know has puppies to give away. I do know how bad puppy mills are and how much hurt they cause. However, I do not have much of a choice but to buy one from a pet store and hope that it's not too ill. Several people I know who have bought puppies from this store have dogs that have grown without any serious illnesses. I am aware of the consequences of this store and that there might be a chance that the puppies are from mills or they might be from breeders. However I don't have much of a choice unless I don't get a dog at all. What can be done and what measures do I have to take in the event that the puppy I buy is from a mill? How would it need to be cared for?3 AnswersDogs7 years ago
I'm getting confirmed soon and I feel that I'd like to be like St. Aleydis. However, I realised that she is also known by several names such as Adelaide, Alix, Alice of Schaerbeek and Adeleheid. And I'm confused. Does it matter if I choose to be confirmed with the name Aleydis or Adelaide? Because honestly, Adelaide is a more common name whereas Aleydis is more unique. Why is she known by different names and does it matter what I am confirmed as? Thanks!!1 AnswerReligion & Spirituality8 years ago
My iPod Touch was previously stuck on a black screen with the apple logo and after pressing the power and home buttons for 10 secs, the screen turned black and no matter how long i press either buttons now, my iPod cannot be switched on. However, when I connect it to iTunes, the charging/connecting sound can be heard. Still no picture on the screen though. I was also asked to restore and update everything and so far, that isn't really working. I don't know what to do! I have never jailbroken my iPod but it's warranty has already ended, plus I don't have enough money to fix it. Please help!!! :'(1 AnswerMusic & Music Players8 years ago
I'm wearing black tights, a long-sleeved black tee and a flared black miniskirt for a black & white themed party. The thing is my whole outfit seems so.... Black. There's nothing wrong with it, but the one colour pallete is a little dull. How can i spice it up with only those 2 colour options?4 AnswersFashion & Accessories8 years ago
I'm 17 and 5"1 and I have to attend an event where the dress code is semi-formal and also only black or white or black&white, plus skirts/dresses for girls. I do not have anything to wear as all my clothes are colourful and bright. The only thing I have is a long-sleeved black t-shirt. I do not have much money to spend, so can anyone suggest what i can pair it with? Thanks!
The shirt looks like this http://www.amazon.com/Ladies-Black-Plain-Sleeve-T-...1 AnswerOther - Beauty & Style8 years ago
I'm planning to study in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia some time in the near future and as an avid swimmer, I am curious as to the availability of public swimming pools in the city, particularly those near the Brickfields area? Also, what is the usual price of entrance and opening hours? Please help and thanks!2 AnswersMalaysia8 years ago
I'm a 17 year old girl and I've been having a really bad stomach ache for about a week now. At the beginning my symptoms were similar to food poisoning (very mild diarrhea, vomiting and stomach aches). After two days, the diarrhea and vomiting stopped but until now, the stomach ache is still present. At the beginning it was around a 6 but is currently about a 7.5, not excruciating, but very very uncomfortable. The pain is also in the upper abdominal region, in the middle, in the space between my ribs, about a hand's width above my belly button. I also feel very bloated and gassy, but burping or passing gas does not help at all. I have no problems going to the toilet now, so I don't think food poisoning is/was my problem. I get stressed out a lot with school and sports so could this be a cause? Please help!1 AnswerOther - Diseases8 years ago
I'm currently in my first A Level year and was curious because I realised most of the universities in UK state that they do not recognise General Studies. My college offers a course called General Paper and not General Studies, so I was wondering if they are the same.2 AnswersHigher Education (University +)8 years ago