Trust is like a paper 

once it’s crumpled

it can’t be PERFECT


Quotes (friendship)…

Quotes (friendship)

Friendship is like a precious flower.

Ready to bloom every hour …

It may stop growing or flowing

But you’ll still have it forever ..

To My Friends

If I could pull down the rainbow 

I would write your name on it

& put it back in the sky to let

everyone know how colorful

my life is with a friend like you !!!

True Friend…

True Friend

.A true friend is hard to find , difficult to leave ,and impossible to forget .



Friendship is a golden thread that ties two hearts together .







Everything has an END exept for …

fam(ILY) it has I LOVE YOU

Quote about life…

Quote about life

Someday everything will all make perfect sense. So for now, laugh at the confusion , smile through the tears , and keep reminding yourself that everything happens for a reason . 

Alisa Bosconovitch

Alisa Bosconovitch

Alisa Bosconovitch is a character that has appeared in Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion. She is an android created by Doctor Boskonovitch able to sprout wing-like jets from her back allowing her to briefly fly at great speed during fights, sprout chainsaws from her arms (this is one of her stances, “Destroy Form”), and remove her head during moves such as one of her grapples, “Head Explosion”. She has pink hair and green eyes.
Her first outfit consists of white shoes, black stockings, a purple and pink dress that ends in a skirt, with her breasts being covered in a bra-like manner, with the strings going around her neck, and white gloves covering her hands and long purple gloves covering most of her arms, and she also has two flowers embedded into her hair at her right side. Her second outfit consists of red shoes, white socks, a red jumper dress with two stripes, one gold and one white, at the bottom, a short-sleeved white blouse underneath, and white bracelets around her hands.
Her fighting style appears to incorporate dance into some of her moves, similar to Emilie Rochefort’s fighting style. Alisa’s tagline is “The steel maiden who has awakened from a long slumber.” ([2]). Katsuhiro Harada, Tekken developer and executive producer of Tekken 6, describes her as “a robot created in the image of Dr. Bosconovitch’s daughter.” However, her journal entries in Scenario Campaign imply that some part of her may be human.
Unlike most robots, Alisa possesses emotions. She is a very kind-hearted individual. She speaks in a polite manner and is sensitive to others’ feelings. She also knows family values as well; as evidenced when she tells Lars to not point a gun to his father, Heihachi. She does not want to fight and hurt her enemies. Obviously, she is very intelligent, often speaking in technical terms. In some situations, when people call Alisa a robot, she denies that fact and insists that she is a human being. When she was commanded by Jin, she doesn’t recognize Lars, she performs his commands at full efficiency, and performs deadly abilities. Although, this could have been caused because at one point during the command, Jin tells Alisa to disable safe-mode and then reboot. This could be the reason why Alisa wouldn’t answer Lars pleas as not to fight her.

What to do so your hamster will not bite you

Week 1: Let Your Hamster Get Used to You. 
Spend time sitting near the cage and talk to your hamster, in the evening when they are active. You can even read or sing to him or her. The idea is to let the hamster adjust to your presence, especially your scent and your voice. Remember, moving to a new cage in new surroundings is very stressful, and this period also gives your hamster a chance to adjust to life in your home. At this point, do not try to touch your hamster.

Week 2: Let Your Hamster Get Used to Your Hand 
Now when you sit by the cage and talk to your hamster, place you hand inside its cage. Go slowly here too: the first day, put your hand just inside the door or top of the cage, and then each day after that you can put your hand in a little farther. Do not try to touch your hamster, but if your hamster becomes curious, let him or her sniff or explore your hand.

Week 3: Add Some Treats 
By now, you might have figured out some of your hamsters favorite treats. Most like sunflower seeds, and while these should only be fed in moderation they can be a great training aid. Small bits of raisin or apple or other favorite treats can be used, but don’t give too much of these at one time. Offer your hamster these goodies from the hand you put in the cage and eventually your hamster will likely come over to your hand to eat. Feeding your hamster from your hand will help gain its trust.

Week 4: Picking up Hamsters 
Once your hamster is taking treats comfortably, you can start trying to gently pet your hamster. If your hamster accepts treats and allows you to touch him or her, try picking up your hamster. You might want to try enticing your hamster onto your hands with the treats. Then you can try scooping the hamster up with both hands: place one hand on either side of the hamster, and then bring your hands together under the belly of the hamster. Gently cup your hamster in your hands rather than tightly gripping over the back, as hamsters sometimes find pressure over their backs threatening at first. You will probably have to take the top off the cage to do this, so make sure you are working in an escape-proof area. Do not hold your hamster high off the ground in case he or she tries to jump out of your hands (first just try holding him just off the floor of his or her cage). Holding hamsters facing your body seems to make them less likely to try to jump out of your hands.

Tips and Hints

  • If you need to pick up your hamster (e.g. for cage cleaning) before he or she is tame, try using a dringing glass. Just use the open end of the glass to “herd” your hamster into a corner, then scoop him or her up gently and tip the glass upright.
  • If your hamster jumps out of your hands and gets away, and won’t let you pick him or her up again, you can use the drinking glass or a thick towel to scoop your hamster back up and get him or her back to the cage.
  • Wash your hands before trying to handle your hamster. If you hands smell like food, your hamster (who has poor eyesight) might mistake your fingers for food!
  • Sometimes people will use thick gloves for handling biting hamsters. This can be a good temporary solution to picking up a hamster that bites. However, it is still stressful for the hamster and the hamster doesn’t get a chance to know your scent, so it doesn’t really help the taming process.
  • As much as bites hurt, try not to shake your hand to dislodge your hamster. Try to gently put the hamster back down, or use your other hand to pry the hamster off your hand. Do not scold or yell or hit your hamster: try to stay calm and remember your hamster is biting 

Hamsters Care

1. Choosing a Pet Hamster

Hamsters are popular pets for children but they aren’t always the best pet for small hands. Different breeds are known for different traits and any potential owner to be should learn about the choices they have before picking one out to take home. Also specific kinds of hamsters should not be kept together while others enjoy company, therefore it is important to research your hamster of choice if you plan on getting more than one.

2.Choosing A Healthy Hamster

Not every hamster in the pet store is of optimal health. Moving from supplier to store to a new home can be a stressful period for baby hamsters and they will often get sick from it. Learn how to choose a healthy hamster and what to watch for after you take it home. Hamsters that are younger are best as they will most likely be friendlier. Choose an active hamster and one that doesn’t look like he has a wet bottom or weapy eyes. And even if a cage seems to have a few sick hamsters it is probably best to avoid buying any hamster from that group since hamster diseases are very contagious.

3.Hamster Cages and Supplies

There are many hamster cage options available online and at pet stores. But some cages are better than others. Several cages (like the ones with all the tubes and colors) may look cool but aren’t very functional and difficult to clean while others aren’t good for hamsters to live in at all (fish tanks). Smaller hamster breeds also have different cage considerations than the larger Syrian varieties. It’s a good idea to get your hamster cage all set up with bedding, water bottle, chew toys, and other necessities before bringing your new hamster home. Check out what you need before you get your hamster, or just make sure you have what you should for the hamster you have now.

4.Hamster Diet

My hamsters diet is cheese and fruits . See if your haamsters also likes it .

5.Taming Hamsters

Does your hamster bite? Does your child not want to play with their hamster anymore since it bit them? Do not fear, you can tame your hamster! Learn how to not startle them, entice them to climb onto your hand, and gain their trust.

6.Toys for Hamsters

Hamsters need activities and enrichment to keep them happy and healthy. They also need chew toys to keep their teeth neat and trim. A variety of hamster toys exist in pet stores but other pet rodent toys often work great as hamster toys too.

7. Hamster Breeding

Hamster breeding is not something the casual hamster owner should do. It is best left to hamster breeders who are breeding for specific qualities and temperaments. But accidents happen and sometimes you end up with baby hamsters. Learn a bit about hamster breeding and see what you can expect with a pregnant hamster.