Archive | December, 2013

Can You read THIS: read on ………….

28 Dec

hey every1 

this is a quickie post its just really cool:

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Sounds familiar?

26 Dec

haha lol THIS is really FUNNY 😀
Jemz xx

Julzalicious Cakes

hi all,
just found a nice picture today I wanted to share with you.
Somehow fitting for Christmas season 🙂

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OOOOOH Wats this Then: —-> 5 Easy Tips to Prevent Spots, and have WONDERFULLLLLY, Smooth, Clear Skin:D

24 Dec

Heyyyyaa Everyone, 🙂

Howz everyone??? (Now by reading my title u gunna think i am bonkers cuz my post before wuz about fizzy drinks!!) Im good and soo is my skin! NICE ‘n’ CLEAR (btw its not all about the ‘flaws’) BUT c’mon everyone LOVES to look good and keep them selves nice and fresh wether ur a female or male and one way is by having clear skin thats radiant and smooth, you have to OBVS eat healthy (thats the boring bit btw LOL)  That means u have to do horrible healthy diets BUT it aint all that bad ill write al bout it in my next post so watch this space peeps (lol i dont like that word) :’o So maybe these simplpe steps will help ya out!



1. Keep your face clean.
Whether or not you have acne, it’s important to wash your face daily to remove impurities, dead skin cells, and excess oil from the skin surface. Use warm, not hot, water and a mild facial cleanser. Using a harsh soap (like deodorant body soap) can injure the already inflamed skin and cause more irritation.Avoid scrubbing your skin harshly with a flannel, exfoliating glove, or loofah (a coarse-textured sponge). Gently wash it with your clean hands or a very soft cloth. Always rinse well, and then dry your face with a clean towel. (Throw the towel in the laundry basket, as dirty towels spread bacteria.)


2. Moisturise.
Many topical acne products contain ingredients that dry the skin, so always use a moisturiser that minimises dryness and skin peeling. A gel-based moisturiser usually works well for oily skin. If you have dry skin, try a moisturising cream or lotion. Combination skin may need two products (cream or lotion for the dry section; a gel for the oily part). Always hydrate your skin with water before you moisturise it. I would personally recommend Garnier products.


3. Try an over-the-counter acne product.
Topical (those applied to the skin) acne products may contain ingredients such as benzoyl peroxide, an antibacterial agent with a drying effect, or salicylic acid, an agent that exfoliates skin and gets rid of bacteria. Start with a small amount at first. Then increase or decrease the amount and how often you apply it, depending on how much peeling or drying you have. Use these ointments with caution if you have sensitive skin. Benzoyl peroxide can cause redness and scaling of the skin. It can also bleach your clothes, towel, and hair.


4. Use makeup sparingly.
During a flare-up, try to avoid wearing foundation, powder, or blusher. If you do wear makeup, wash it off at the end of the day. If possible, select oil-free cosmetics without added dyes and chemicals. Water-based cosmetics are available. Read the ingredients list on the product label before buying.


5. Exercise daily.
Regular exercise is good for your mind and your body, including your skin — the body’s largest organ. Working out reduces anxiety and boosts blood flow throughout the body. When you exercise, avoid wearing clothing or using exercise equipment that rubs on the skin and may cause irritation. Also, avoid wearing hats, goggles, or helmets that cause you to sweat excessively, as this can irritate the skin and increase bacteria. Always shower or bathe after exercise.

Hope u liked that !! 😀
Much Love Jemzsta 🙂 xx

The top 10 BESTselling fizzy drinks

13 Dec

Ey’ Up DUDES and DUDDETTES lol 😛

Who doesnt like a good ole fizzy drink?? RIGHT! Have u always wondered what the 10 ten bestselling drinks are!! YES? Well then steady ur horses it comingand if NO? Then honestly get a grip and keep reading 😀 (<-chesire cat smile lol) 

Do you know that the first soft drink or carbonated beverage was marketed in the 17thcentury? It was made with water and lemon juice sweetened with honey until English chemist Joseph Priestly developed carbonated water in the 18th century. From then on, the production of soft drinks became a big industry.

Beverage Digest, a publication dedicated to report about the global non-alcoholic beverage industry, reported the top 10 soft drinks company in the world. In the report, The Coca Cola Company is the number one soft drinks company followed by PepsiCo, Nestle, Suntory, Dr Pepper/Snapple, Danone, Kirin, Red Bull, Master Kong and Asahi.

Since the late 1800′s, soft drink giants The Coca Cola Company and PepsiCo have always been head to head for the top spot. It was only in 2005 when Pepsi surpassed The Coca Cola Company in market value. In the 1990′s, PepsiCo delivered other products such as snack foods and non-carbonated beverages aside from the Pepsi Brand.

What are the top 10 bestselling soft drinks in the world? Below is the official list based on the 2013 data of the Beverage Digest.

10. Diet Dr Pepper (Dr. Pepper/Snapple)


Diet Dr Pepper is just one of the brand’s soft drink variants. Dubbed as “the world’s oldest major soft drink brand in America”, Dr Pepper was created by Charles Alderton in 1880′s in Waco, Texas. Diet Dr Pepper came out into the market in 1962 and was named as “Sugar Free Dr. Pepper”. In 2006, Dr Pepper was also ranked as the 10th bestselling soft drink.

9. Fanta (Coca Cola)


Fanta is a fruit-flavored carbonated soft drink created by the Coca Cola Company. It was developed in Germany in 1941 when the Coca Cola syrup was difficult to import to the country due to a trade embargo. Fanta has over 100 different flavors around the world some of which are available only by region. In the United States, its main flavors are orange, pineapple, grape and strawberry.

8. Diet Mountain Dew (PepsiCo)


Diet Mountain Dew is owned and manufactured by PepsiCo. The original Mountain Dew recipe was created by two Tennessee beverage bottlers, Barney and Ally Hartman in 1940. In 1988, the caffeinated citrus-flavored soft drink formerly known as “Sugar-free Mountain Dew” was introduced in 1988. Other variants of Diet Mountain Dew are “Code Red”, “Voltage”, and “Ultra Violet”.

7. Diet Pepsi (PepsiCo)


Diet Pepsi is the no-sugar variant of Pepsi-Cola produced by PepsiCo. It was introduced to the market in 1964 and became the first diet cola to be distributed throughout the United States. In Europe, Diet Pepsi is labelled “Pepsi Light” or “Pepsi Diet”. It has other flavor variants including vanilla, lemon, wild cherry, lime and caffeine-free Diet Pepsi.

6. Sprite (Coca Cola)


Manufactured and produced by the Coca Cola Company, Sprite is a colorless lemon-lime flavored soft drink. The Coca Cola Company introduced the soft drink to the market to compete against PepsiCo’s 7 Up. Sprite has many variations including Zero, Super Lemon, Remix, Ice and Super Chilled among others. Sprite’s packaging is a green transparent bottle with a green and blue label.

5. Dr. Pepper (Dr. Pepper/Snapple)


Dr Pepper was introduced in 1885 and became commercially available in the United States in 1904. It was first marketed as a brain tonic and energy drink just like how the other sodas were marketed at that time. Aside from the soft drink itself, Dr Pepper has other products dedicated to its flavor but is manufactured by other companies. Examples of these are Dr Pepper jelly beans made by The Jelly Bean Company, “Lip Smackers” Dr Pepper lip balm flavor by cosmetic brand Bonne Bell, Dr Pepper slurpee and “Dr Pepper Cherry Dessert Topping” by Vita Foods Products among others. Dr Pepper has over 23 flavors.

 4. Mountain Dew (PepsiCo)


Moutain Dew or Mtn Dew is a citrus-flavored carbonated soft drink made by PepsiCo. After it was invented by Barney and Ally Hartman in 1940, they also presented the soft drink product to Coca Cola but were turned down until the brand was officially acquired by PepsiCo in 1964. Mountain Dew has over 30 different flavors to offer. American fast food restaurant, Taco Bell, sealed a deal in 2004 to exclusively distribute the right to carry Mountain Dew Baja Blast. Further, the soft drink brand has been sponsoring individual “X-games” athletes since the 1990′s including skateboarders Eli Reed and Paul Rodriguez Jr and snowboarder Danny Davis.

 3. Pepsi (PepsiCo)


Pepsi was originally named Brad’s Drink when it was first introduced to the public in 1893. It was developed by Caleb Bradham, a pharmacist, at his drugstore in New Bern, North Carolina. It was later renamed to Pepsi-Cola in August 1898 and was shortened to Pepsi in 1961. The Coca Cola Company offered to purchase PepsiCo but was declined by the company. From then on, they have become rivals in the beverage industry. Pepsi has more than fifty major flavors sometimes released in limited editions in other countries.

 2. Diet Coke (Coca Cola)


Diet Coke or Coca Cola light was first introduced by The Coca Cola Company in 1982. It became the first brand by the company under the Coca Cola trademark. Diet Coke has over twelve variants including Diet Cherry Coke, Diet Coke with Lemon, Diet Vanilla Coke, Diet Raspberry Coke and many more.

1. Coca Cola Classic (Coca Cola)

Coca-Cola Post Strong Earnings

Owned and manufactured by The Coca Cola Company, Coca Cola was invented by American pharmacist John Pemberton in the late 19th century at a drugstore in Columbus, Georgia. It was initially introduced in the market as a patent medicine. Coca Cola is simply referred to as “Coke”, which became a registered trademark by The Coca Cola Company in the United States in 1944. It became a national icon in the U.S.A. when Coca Cola celebrated its 50th anniversary. Aside from the classic Coca Cola flavor, it has numerous flavor variants available worldwide including Coca Cola Cherry, Coca Cola with Lemon, Coca Cola Vanilla, Coca Cola Raspberry, Coca Cola Orange and Vanilla Coke.


Peppermint Bark

10 Dec

These are Really REALLY Nice

If You Give A Blonde A Kitchen


25 Days of Baking: Day 9

Peppermint bark is easily the best treat to gift during the holiday season.  Whether your giving it to neighbors or friends across the country, it will show up at their doorstep in perfect condition.  No need to worry about this treat getting smushed or going stale!  With such a simple recipe and only three ingredients, you can make peppermint bark in large quantities and share with all your loved ones.

Wonderful Christmas Time


  • One 10 ounce bag of semi-sweet or dark chocolate chips
  • One 10 ounce bag of white chocolate chips
  • 1/4 teaspoon peppermint extract (optional)
  • 6 regular sized candy canes, crushed


  1. Line a 13×9 baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. Using a double boiler or microwave, melt dark/semi-sweet chocolate chips.  (See tips for melting chocolate here).
  3. Pour chocolate into lined baking sheet and spread with an offset spatula…

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10 Spiciest Chili’s in the WORLD!!

4 Dec

Hey Everyboooddddyyyyy!!!:D

I was just having some chilli sauce and it occured to me what the chilliest peppers are so here are ya top 10….. enjoy y’all

If you’re a foodie, you must have tried spicy cuisines. Chillies are an important part of almost every cuisine. Some of us like low to moderate level of spices, while others just love spicy food. I myself enjoy some of the most spicy dishes. There are over thousand varieties of chillies and each one of them has a unique taste. I’ve compiled a list of some of the hottest peppers on the planet. Hope they’ll not burn your tongue 

Naga Viper ChilliNaga Viper Chilli – It’s the hottest pepper man has ever tried on his taste buds. Naga viper is a hybrid of Naga Jolokia and the Trinidad Hybrid made by an Englishman Gerald Fowler. Since it’s a hybird, I personally don’t rate it as the spiciest one against the original. This chilli is slightly dark in color from it’s closest competitor Naga Jolokia. It’s available in select parts of the world where it’s grown commercially for food lovers. Naga Viper’s rank on the Scoville scale is 1,359,000.

Naga Jolokia ChilliNaga Jolokia Chilli – It’s the spiciest chilli among non-hybrid peppers. This chilli originated in Assam and Nagaland region of eastern part of India. It’s so spicy that defence research department of India plans to use it as a potent weapon against enemies. Some tribes of east India also use it to keep off wild elephants from their crops. A single Naga jolokia can be used to spice up a preparation of at least 200 people. Naga Jolokia’s rank on the Scoville scale is 1,041,427.

Red Savina ChilliRed Savina Chilli – This short conical chilli is extremely spicy and was the hottest chilli till 2006 when Naga Jolokia displaced it from the throne. Frank Garcia of California cultivated this chilli. How he did this is still a mystery as he has not shared his methods for cultivating this chilli. Red Savina is consumed in differents parts of North and Latin America including select areas of Europe. Red Savina’s rank on the Scoville scale is 350,000–580,000.

Habanero ChilliHabanero Chilli – This is yet another intensely spicy chilli. Habanero originated in Cuba and is grown in different parts of Cuba, Mexico, Costa Rica and Panama. Some North American states like Texas and California also cultivate this hot pepper. This chilli is consumed in large quantity in Latin American society in the form of puree or salsa. It’s aromatic nature made it very popular and its use is not limited to select dishes. Habanero’s rank on the Scoville scale is 100,000–350,000.

Scotch Bonnet ChilliScotch Bonnet Chilli – Don’t get confused by its name. It’s indeed a very spicy chilli found in abundance in Caribbean, Guyana and Maldives Islands. This chilli is known for its use in various non-vegetarian dishes across the world. It has a unique aroma and taste making it one of the favorite chillies among chefs and foodies. Scotch bonnet is also used for making different kind of sauces. Make sure you de-vein and de-seed it before use. Habanero’s rank on the Scoville scale is 100,000–350,000.

Piri piri ChilliPiri Piri Chilli – This chilli is also known as – ‘African Red Devil’. As the name suggests, this chilli originated in Africa and is extremely hot. These chillies grow both in wild and in domestic & commercial lands. It’s thin and cylindrical in shape with reddish orange tint. The name ‘Piri piri’ came from Portuguese language which is used to identify this African devil. This chilli is primarily grown in Mozambique and Congo. Piri piri’s rank on the Scoville scale is 175,000.

Tabasco ChilliTabasco Chilli – This chilli is very popular in select parts of the world. Guess for what? It’s used to make Tabasco sauce and peppered vinegar. These chillies are juicy from inside and grows upwards rather than hanging down on stems. This makes them stand apart from the rest of the chili family. Tabasco peppers are gown in large quantity in central and south America to fulfill the huge demand of Tabasco sauce. Tabasco’s rank on the Scoville scale is 30,000 to 50,000.

Jalapeno ChilliJalapeno Chilli – This is one of the most popular chilli in central America and some parts of north America. These chillies are primarily grown in southern part New Mexico and some parts western Texas. Jalapeno is used the large number of preparations including sauces, dipping and various main course cuisines. These chillies produce so much burning sensation that cultivators used rubber/plastic gloves while harvesting the crop. Jalapeno’s rank on the Scoville scale is 2,500 – 8,000.

Guajillo ChilliGuajillo Chilli – This chilli is primarily grown in Mexico and is used is various types of salsas and sauces. It’s aromatic and perfect heat intensity makes it one of important ingredients used in Mexican cuisine. These chillies are thin and deep red in color. Mexico also exports large quantities of this pungent chilli to various countries across the world. I personally use it in many cuisines and found it extremely flavorful. Guajillo’s rank on the Scoville scale is 2,500 to 5,000.

Well that was good init!!:)

Luv ya Bu-Bye for now 

xx Jemz xx 😀