Which of Trump’s three wives is the hottest?

Which of Trump's three wives is the hottest? by Shern Ren Tee

Answer by Shern Ren Tee:

Here are some very important dates. Pay attention.

Ivana Marie Trump was born on February 20, 1949, 67 years ago.

Marla Ann Maples was born on October 27, 1963, 53 years ago.

Melania Trump was born on April 26, 1970, 46 years ago.

So of the three of them, Melania is probably the hottest. Why – and why probably? Because the science[1]shows that body temperature drops as you age, by about half a degree C if you compare people older than 60 to those younger. So Melania, being biologically the youngest, should have the edge.

However, that difference is quite small relative to the normal variability in body temperature just between different humans. So I'm afraid the only way to find out for sure is by using some thermometers, very shameless PIs, and (in one case) extensive wrangling with the Secret Service.

Wait, you meant which one was more attractive? Don’t sexually objectify complete strangers ya perv.


[1] A systematic review of body temperature variations in older people.

Which of Trump's three wives is the hottest?

Is there anyone who still supports Arvind Kejriwal?

Is there anyone who still supports Arvind Kejriwal? by @rohitnig

Answer by Rohit Nigam:

These photos are from Delhi

are not from any rally.

These photos are from an inauguration of sewer lines in Sangam Vihar, Delhi

People who still need sewer lines in their area, are not on Social Media. But they do exist. They do need good governance. And they are getting it from the Delhi government.

This was about Delhi, check out this small nukkad sabha from Punjab

So yeah. I guess a few people still support AAP and Arvind Kejriwal

Is there anyone who still supports Arvind Kejriwal?

What can I do to improve myself every day?

What can I do to improve myself every day? by Gourav Namta

Answer by Gourav Namta:

Eat the frog.

That is the first thing you should do when you wake up in the morning.

Okay! So you’re a vegan. No issues. You could eat the frog too.

Mark Twain once said “If it’s your job to eat a frog, it’s best to do it first thing in the morning. And if it’s your job to eat two frogs, it’s best to eat the biggest one first.”

The frog is that one thing on your to-do list that you have no motivation to do. You absolutely hate it, but you have to get it done. Also, it’s something you planned to do last night when you went to your bed.

Eating the frog means to just do it, otherwise the frog will eat you meaning that you’ll end up procrastinating it the whole day. Once that one task is done, the rest of the day will be an easier ride and you will get both momentum and a sense of accomplishment at the beginning of your day.

How do you identify your frog ?

Its simple. Divide your work in following categories-

Things you don’t want to do, but actually need to do.
Things you want to do and actually need to do.
Things you want to do, but actually don’t need to do.
Things you don’t want to do, and actually don’t need to do.

The frog is the Things you don’t want to do, but actually need to do.

The main reason we procrastinate is the lack of motivation and interest to do it. We always feel there’s time for it and end up either missing the deadline or doing it in a shitty way.

Eat a frog everyday. It would be actually difficult in the beginning. But as you do it, you will start feeling better and procrastinate less in life. Lets start from tomorrow. 🙂


What it Means to Eat the Frog – Noisli Blog

Start your day by eating a frog – The Art of Simple –

What can I do to improve myself every day?

Who is the most down-to-earth celebrity?

Who is the most down-to-earth celebrity? by @Rahul361raj

Answer by Rahul Raj:

It’s Google CEO Mr. Sundar Pichai. Recently, he visited his alma mater IIT Kharagpur and I got a precious chance to see him in person. He is really very down to earth. All the time, he behaved like just a normal person. Not for a single second, he made anyone feel like he is the CEO of the technology and innovation giant Google.

He went to his hall where he used to live during his college days and met with the mess staffs and workers. He greeted them and was happy to meet them.

When mess workers presented him bouquet, Sundar folded his hands as a token of respect.

And there wasn’t any ego or sense of being superior in his attitude.

Sundar Pichai sitting on a cot during an interaction with the women of Gokulpur village near Kharagpur. Google is giving training to the women under its 'Internet Sathi' programme.

He played cricket with children at Gokulpur village.

He is being offered a cap with his name on it by a woman during an interaction with the women of Gokulpur village.

And he interacted with the women sitting amongst them just like another normal person.

He went to see his room where he used to live during his college days.

B-308 it was!

And interacted with student with a sense of personal touch.

TVF’s founder Arunabh Kumar presented him the Hall T Shirt and look, how much happy he is!

Look at him. So calm and serene.

He himself checked Google's free Wi-Fi services at Kharagpur railway station.

Moreover, when some student asked him, “How can I replace you at Google?”
He calmly and cheerfully answered, “ I would tell him ‘Be careful about what you wish for’, but I would be happy to discuss it over a cup of tea”.

He is surely the most down to earth celebrity I have ever met!

Image source: Director IIT Kharagpur – Photos

10 'best' pictures from Google CEO Sundar Pichai's India visit | Gadgets Now

Who is the most down-to-earth celebrity?

Should we use ocean water to flush toilets, to save fresh water?

Should we use ocean water to flush toilets, to save fresh water? by @scottharrison

Answer by Scott Harrison:

More than 97% of all the water on earth is in the oceans, so finding new usage for salt water has huge potential. But right now, salt water doesn’t work for our household use. First, it would probably corrode the metal pipes and fixtures in toilet. And, second, our sewage treatment facilities can’t handle salty water. It’ll take a lot of innovation and investment to re-engineer our homes and businesses to work on salt water, and that’s probably a long way off.

Additionally, toilets only use a tiny percentage of fresh water consumed by humans. In fact, agriculture accounts for almost 85% of fresh water use and industry accounts for an additional 12%. So, when we’re looking at water conservation, there’s a lot more opportunity for improvement in those sectors than in domestic use.

Should we use ocean water to flush toilets, to save fresh water?

What’s the most motivating one-liner ever?

What's the most motivating one-liner ever? by Vaibhav Chawla

Answer by Vaibhav Chawla:

The biggest motivator is –

"You are rejected".

It works like hell.

I haven’t met anyone yet who has not felt the sting of rejection at some point in his or her life. You have probably been rejected by friends or family, or your teacher, or your job application was turned down. Maybe you were fired, I don’t know, but that doesn’t mean that you are not good enough.

Often times we are redirected to something better. J. K. Rowling wrote Harry Potter after being sacked as a secretary for ­‘day­dreaming’. She then got rejected by not one, not two, but 12 publishers before the chairman of Bloomsbury brought home the Potter manuscript for his ­daughter Alice to read. Almost every record label turned down Beatles. Thomas Edison’s teachers told him he was “too stupid to learn anything.” Walt Disney was fired by a newspaper editor because he “lacked imagination and had no good ideas.” Oprah Winfrey was told she was “unfit for TV.” Michael Jordan was cut from his high school basketball team.

Brian Acton got his job application rejected by Facebook at 2009 – then he co-founded WhatsApp with Jan Koum and yesterday Facebook bought WhatsApp For $16 000 000 000.

I could continue forever. But you have to understand that being rejected is not a bad thing, it’s your attitude when you get rejected that matters. Don’t you want to prove people wrong when you get rejected? I do.

You must become the kind of person who grows from rejection. Being rejected is not a disaster, disaster is being trapped in a mine, disaster is being in a plane that’s going down.

The possibilities for learning from rejection are endless. It might be that you realize just how important a particular value is to you compared to someone else (like loyalty). Or it could be that you understand now that if you learned to communicate your feelings better, it would make a huge difference in your next relationship. And since we’re all going to experience AND live through rejection, why not make it a point to learn something?

Have you ever known anyone who has such a level of confidence that they face rejection and come out unscathed? I guess we all have that one friend who is not scared to go out and ask absolutely every girl he meets, and in the ends he always has a date. These people “secret” is that they are totally comfortable with the fact that with rejection there can be great learning and growth. They are also the individuals who have learned not to take rejection personally. They are able to understand that sometimes rejection may be a blessing in disguise and that it can take time for that fact to reveal itself.

You should always remember that there is no shame in being rejected. The real shame lies in not trying and giving up. Just remember, sometimes it isn’t about you at all. Sometimes it’s about what the other person’s journey is supposed to be. It’s a hard lesson, but one that all of us can understand.

So, in your life – have you been “rejected” lately? And if so, what did you make that mean about yourself? I know it hurts and it will for a while – this too will pass. But what did you make the rejection MEAN about yourself? Did you make it mean something negative about you? Or did you just take it as GRACE and move on.

What's the most motivating one-liner ever?