3 Photo and Video Apps that’ll improve your life with Instagram

By John R.

Sorry for the rare posts, it’s just that ‘cos I want to make my posts feel the fullest. Here are some apps that will switch your life around and turn you into an Instagram pro!


Honestly, In my opinion, Picsart is one of the best apps on the market. Although it’s free, you get close to these cool templates, collages, art, text and editing using this app. It’s easy to use and comes in full HD, which is a great advantage

2: Adobe Photoshop Express

If you’re looking for Photoshop-style power, Photoshop Express will give you the high standards you need. If you’re after a quick, free, highly usable tool for making edits to your iPhone photos, Adobe’s app is ideal. Use it for cropping, straightening, exposure adjustments, colour effects, sharpening and more. It doesn’t have advanced details like slimming down but it’ll do for Instagram.

photoshop express


Crop Video is a perfect app for editing your video. It is free with $0.99 or $1.99 upgrades for advanced options. Personally, I think that it’s an amazing video editor – like a mini iMOVIE PRO for the iPhone

iPhone Screenshot 2

Hope it helps!



Girl sues Instagram for $500 million!

How it started

At the beginning of May 2014, a photo of Alabama teen Keisha Johnson OWNED Instagram. Her meme with her ugly face inspired thousands of Instagram users to make fun of her face with a meme. With her confused-WTF face, she brought ideas of memes all over Instagram. Here are some:




How she reacted.

And she is pissed. Known as the “confused girl,” the teen has decided to sue Instagram from $10 million to $500 million for what sounds like defamation:

“My face looked ugly like I was about to throw up.. I look nothing like that in real life! I am a really pretty bad girl…” she said.

What they did

In a court session, Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom explained to Keisha that they aren’t responsible for the user’s actions.

According to its policy, users are responsible for what they post. It still looks like the IG star is confused, and still isn’t close to being a millionaire -__-

She is still suing Instagram. Lets see what happens…

The most awesome indoor playgrounds

1. Swing and watch TV at the same time.

2. You may be a bit dizzy when you reach the bottom of this curly fry of a slide.

3. No yard space? No problem.

This family’s home is a great example of how to bring outdoor recreational activities inside.

4. A cute little cottage equipped with a quick escape route.

A cute little cottage equipped with a quick escape route.

5. The high walls of the pool help to prevent sand spillage.

The high walls of the pool help to prevent sand spillage.

Just make sure the kids know to brush off before they jump out — and keep your cat away: To their feline eyes it will appear to be a very luxurious litter box.

6. Slides! Balls!

The fun to be had in this house is almost overwhelming.

7. Turn a sprint up the stairs into a lesson about the colors of the rainbow.

Turn a sprint up the stairs into a lesson about the colors of the rainbow.

So educational.

9. But if you believe that the tree is a necessary ingredient, just bring a hunk of one in.

Make sure to throughly cleanse your chosen stump of all insects first (unless you’re into that insectarium-style life).

10. You don’t even have to get complicated — plywood works.

You don't even have to get complicated — plywood works.

Simple. Effective.

11. The perfect way to escape some siblings.

The perfect way to escape some siblings.

Sayonara, chumps.

12. Relax in an enormous hammock.

Relax in an enormous hammock.

Just try not to think of the pain that would ensue if the netting gave out. Maybe put a ball pit below it?

13. When you make your own ball pit, you don’t have to worry about strangers’ germs.

Here’s how.

14. Too lazy to put together a bunch of pipes? Blow up a pool.

Too lazy to put together a bunch of pipes? Blow up a pool.

The slide isn’t necessary, but strongly encouraged.

15. Get out that energy, kids!

Get out that energy, kids!

Frolic! Play! Your parents will be over there….folding laundry. Again.

16. Gymnast in training.

Gymnast in training.

Make sure to lay down a rug for a gentler falling experience. Maybe even a padded mat.

17. Adult in the front, kid in the back.

Adult in the front, kid in the back.

David Allee / Via nymag.com

A mullet of a room.

18. The cheapest, easiest way to bring a piece of the playground indoors.

The cheapest, easiest way to bring a piece of the playground indoors.

19. Of course she’s smiling — she has a swing in her house for goodness’ sake!

Of course she's smiling — she has a swing in her house for goodness' sake!

21. “How shall I climb into bed tonight: the bars, the ladder, or the rope?”

So many options.

22. Tire swing chic.

Tire swing chic.

Patrik Hagborg / Via skonahem.com

23. “He flies through the air with the greatest of ease…”

"He flies through the air with the greatest of ease..."

24. Check out this post to learn how to make an indoor climbing wall.

25. Now you can use that knowledge to construct a wall that leads to a hidden nook.

26. Or a little lofted hut.

Or a little lofted hut.

28. Books and a slide?

Books and a slide?

The pairing you never knew you needed.

29. A choice well-suited for children who like to imagine that they’re elves and/or squirrels.

30. Slide, slide, slippity-slide.

David Hotson Architect


David Hotson Architect


31. Last but certainly not least: Don’t forget a seesaw.

Last but certainly not least: Don't forget a seesaw .

Sean Carnell / Via cedarworks.com

The finishing touch for the indoor playground of your wildest dreams

McDonalds Items not avalible in Kuwait

By John 😉

McDonalds serves millions of people every day. In some countries (like Kuwait), McDonalds has to include different items on the menu to make it to the country’s cultral expectations. Here are some of the most interesting:

1. Bubblegum Marshmallow Ice Cream (Australia)

Vanilla Ice Cream topped with  Bubblegum Fudge and Marshmallows

2. Prosperity Burger (Malaysia)

Beef or chicken patty, black pepper sauce and onions.It looks Asian alright… with that juicy teriyaki sauce!

3. Black and White Burger Combo (China)

McDonald's Black and White Hamburger Combo

Seriously, a black and white burger! Why China ….!

The black burger, which is topped with white sesame seeds, has a black pepper sauce with chopped onions, according to McDonalds China CEO. The white burger is topped with black sesame seeds and has a spicy sauce.

4. Oreo Cone (Mexico)

I need this!!!!!!! And BTW it’s a DOLLAR in Mexico!

5. Matcha Green Tea McFlurry (Singapore and Japan)

McDonald's Matcha McFlurry

You’re kidding. The McFlurry contains green tea powder and oreo bits

6. Seaweed Shaker Fries (Asian McDonalds – China, Japan, S. Korea, Vietnam, Phillipines, Thailand, Laos, Singapore etc.)

McDonald's Seaweed Shaker Fries

The fries are topped with seaweed bits!

7. McPoutine (Canada)

McDonald's Poutine

According to a Traditional Canadian Dish, the fries are topped with cheesy cheddar/mozzarella sauce. Umm….

8. McMacarons (France, Austria)

Macarons - France, Austria

Lucky Europeans! This should be available everywhere!

9. Rice Porridge (Malaysia)

Bubur ayam McD -- Malaysia

Chicken Rice Soup topped with spring onions and tomatoes.

10. Cheese Fondue Chicken (Japan)

Chicken breast dipped in cheese sauce, beef bacon, more cheese and lettuce.

11. Carbonara Chicken (Japan)

Chicken breast dipped in white cream sauce, scrambled eggs, beef bacon and mozzarella.

12. German Sausage Chicken (Japan)

Fried chicken thigh patty, slice of grilled sausage, cheese, sauerkraut and mustard.

13. Mega Sausage (Japan)

Hot dog with relish and ketchup, only served for breakfast.

14. Korokke Burger (Japan)

Fried potato patty, cabbage and teriyaki sauce.

15. Ebi Filet-O (Japan)

Fried shrimp patty, Thousand Island dressing and lettuce.

16. Beef Bacon and Potato Pie (Japan)

Deep fried pie filled with mashed potatoes, beef bacon and cheese.

17. Cheese Katsu Burger (Japan)

Fried chicken breast filled with cheese, served with tonkatsu sauce.

18. Mega Tomago (McDonald’s, Japan)

Double Big Mac with with an egg patty and beef bacon.

19. Chocolate and Orange Pie (Asia)

Deep fried pie filled with orange flavored chocolate.

20. McD Chicken Porridge (Malaysia)

Chicken and onions in porridge.

13. Prosperity Burger (Malaysia)

Beef or chicken patty, black pepper sauce and onions.

14. McSpaghetti (Phillipines)

Spaghetti with tomato sauce and cheese.

15. McRice Burger (Philippines)

Beef or chicken on sticky rice patties.

16. Samurai Pork Burger (Thailand)

Beef patty, teriyaki sauce and pickles.

18. Chicken Maharaja Mac (India)

Big Mac with spicy grilled chicken instead of beef.

19. McAloo Tikki Buger (India)

Potato and chickpea patty, tomatoes, onions, and tomato mayonnaise.

20. McPaneer Wrap (India)

Paneer cheese and vegetables in flat bread, fried.

21. McCurry Pan (India)

Rectangular bread bowl filled with chicken and vegetables in a tomato curry sauce.

22. Brie Nuggets (Russia)

Fried brie.

23. McTurco (Turkey)

Two beef patties, vegetables and cayenne pepper sauce on pita.

24. Greek Mac (Greece)

Beef or chicken, tzatziki sauce, lettuce and tomato on pita.

26. Deluxe Brekkie Roll (Australia)

Bacon, sausage, egg, cheese and spicy tomato sauce on a french roll.

27. Pasta Zoo (Australia, New Zealand)

Animal shaped ravioli stuffed with cheese and vegetables.

28. Kiwi Burger (New Zealand)

Beef, tomato, fried egg, lettuce, tomato and beetroot.

29. McLobster Roll (Canada)

Lobster salad on a bun. Also available in certain U.S. markets.

31. Croque McDo (France)

Ham and Emmental cheese on toasted sweet bread.

32. Camembert Premiere (France)

Fried French cheese nuggets.

33. McArabia (Arabia)

Two grilled Kofta patties, tahini sauce, lettuce and tomatoes in flatbread.

34. Pizza McPuff (Morocco)

Pastry pocket filled with cheese, tomato sauce and vegetables.

35. Laksewrap (Norway)

Fried salmon filet wrapped in a tortilla.

36. Cordon Bleu Burger (Poland)

Burger topped with ham-stuffed fried chicken patty and beef bacon.

37. Gazpacho (Spain)

Cold tomato soup.

38. McKroket (Hungary)

Fried pastry filled with beef stew on a bun.

39. McPollo Jr. (Chile)

Fried chicken patty, lettuce, tomato and guacamole.

40. McMolettes (Mexico)

Refried beans, cheese and pico de gallo on an English Muffin.

41. McPumpkin Omelet Sandwich (Hungary)

Vegetable hash brown, egg, cheese, lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise on a pumpkin seed roll.

42. Little Chorizo Melt (England)

Beef patty, sliced chorizo, cheese, Emmental cheese, lettuce and tomato sauce.

43. Beef Bacon Roll (England)

British beef bacon and ketchup on a hard roll.

44. Das Nürnburger (Germany)

Triple bratwurst beef sandwich with cheeeeese……

What do you want in your McDonalds?

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British Years vs. American Grades – Just for Year VIII

Young-boy-writing-Featured british-american-flag brandlogo A man holding a bulb with the world on it.

Student’s Guide on TES to NEW SCHOOL (IN KW):

This doccument is for the pupils in Year 8 of 2014-2015

T.E.S is the best school in Kuwait – no kidding.

Here are the Grades Conversions for different ages:

Age 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
British Curic. (Y) K Rec 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 University
American (G) Nur. P-K KG 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 University

Switching from TES to AIS, ASK or AUS is fine here in Kuwait, but you be careful, when you move, you may be put down a grade than you actually are.

So, Year 8 is our last year in TES. If you move to BSK, NES or KES, then next year you will move to Year 9 (WHICH IS ON TRACK)

If you want to move to AIS, ASK or AUS, then next year you will either be moved to Grade 8 or 9. YOU WANT TO MOVE TO GRADE 9. BUT, within your age, you are supposed to be in Grade 8. This is not what we want because you’ll learn Year 8 again as Americans start school a year after the British.


So John, What do I do if I switch to the American curricula?

There is one simple answer. WORK HARD. If you don’t want your education to get messed up, then it is a must to prove to the school that you are capable enough to work a year above your age.

Weeks or months before the test, you should start revising and do research on what you need to learn to prove that you have finished Grade 8. If you want to learn about Core standards in 50 states in USA (Core Standards in Kuwait are General), visit one of these sites:

www.ixl.com (MATHS)

www.corestandards.org (WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW)

If you pass your test and you are going to Grade 9 (1 year above), then you will be on track. If you need help, you can ask me for help any time.

Remember, working hard in school is something that’ll affect us for the rest of your life so make sure to thank your parents and cherish your teenage-hood.