balloon pinata

Published July 10, 2011 by pandapeace

things you need
lollies (of your choice)

1. blow your balloon up a little

2. fill it with lollies

3. blow it up some more till its large

4. tie it up

5.tie the string to it

6. stick it to the wall

7. draw on it

8. use kebab sticks to pop it


Published July 10, 2011 by pandapeace

mentos rocket
things you need:
mentos(mint works best)
diet coke
masking tape

check out this website:

1. put the mentos (3 at least) on the tape and stick the mentos leave a bit hanging to stick it to the lid of the coke

2. screw the lid on the bottle

3. shake it

4. through it on a big hard surface

5. have fun!!!!

taylor swift

Published January 14, 2011 by pandapeace

i love taylor swift i can name all her songs:

White Horse
Hey Stephen
Love Story
Come In With The Rain
I Heart ?
I’d Lie
Permanent Marker
Sparks Fly
Your Anything
Your Face
Beautiful Eyes
You’re Not Sorry
Forever And Always
Tell Me Why
The Best Day
You Belong With Me
The Way I Loved You
Thug Story
Forever & Always (Piano Version)
Jump Then Fall
The Other Side Of The Door

Last Christmas
Christmas Must Be Something More
Silent Night
Santa Baby
Christmases When You Were Mine
Your Anything
Love Story
Our Song (Radio Single Version)
Teardrops On My Guitar (Radio Single Version)
Come In With The Rain
I’d Lie
I’m Only Me When I’m With You
A Perfectly Good Heart
Picture To Burn
Our Song
Cold As You
Place In This World
Teardrops On My Guitar
Tim Mcgraw
Mary’s Song (Oh My My My)
Should’ve Said No
Stay Beautiful
Tied Together With A Smile
The Outside
Tonight Is Our Last Night
You Don’t Have To Call Me
You Belong To Me
That’s The Way I Loved You
Today Was A Fairytale
Monologue (lalalalalala)

taylor swift rocks!!!!!!!!

dessert at burswood

Published January 10, 2011 by pandapeace

i had the best dessert ever
first i had an ice cream,cookies and cream the man mixed in
oreos and smarties
i ate all that
and then i got two waffles some cream,strawberry jam,
strawberries and marshmallows

Salt Water Crocodiles

Published January 6, 2011 by pandapeace

croc Earth’s largest living crocodilian—and, some say, the animal most likely to eat a human—is the saltwater or estuarine crocodile. Average-size males reach 17 feet (5 meters) and 1,000 pounds (450 kilograms), but specimens 23 feet (7 meters) long and weighing 2,200 pounds (1,000 kilograms) are not uncommon.

Saltwater crocs, or “salties,” as Australians affectionately refer to them, have an enormous range, populating the brackish and freshwater regions of eastern India, Southeast Asia, and northern Australia. They are excellent swimmers and have often been spotted far out at sea.

Classic opportunistic predators, they lurk patiently beneath the surface near the water’s edge, waiting for potential prey to stop for a sip of water. They’ll feed on anything they can get their jaws on, including water buffalo, monkeys, wild boar, and even sharks. Without warning, they explode from the water with a thrash of their powerful tails, grasp their victim, and drag it back in, holding it under until the animal drowns.

Population estimates range from 200,000 to 300,000 worldwide, and they are considered at low risk for extinction. But saltwater croc hides are valued above all other crocodilians, and illegal hunting, habitat loss, and antipathy toward the species because of its reputation as a man-eater continue to put pressure on the population.


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