Wednesday, May 27, 2009

By Denisia Adams

Hello to you hope you a happy chappie for now because according to the weather forecasters tomorrow is back to the cold and wet weather until Sunday.

But on a brighter note, today was Gender Hub Wednesday on The Morning Cruise where we kept it all about gender, gender issues, aspiring males and females etc.

harmful, poisonous, or very unpleasant

Name the large stadium in Soweto which hosts professional and international soccer matches?

A – Soccer City B- Athlone Stadium C- FNB Stadium

Answer: C- FNB Stadium

In the developed countries, the proportion of adults married has declined from 72% in 1970 to 60% in 1996. The chance of a first marriage ending in divorce is between 50% and 67%. The chance that a second marriage will end in divorce is about 10% higher than for the first marriage.

How to Clean a Toilet Effectively
Cleaning a toilet may seem like a no-brainer, but there is a difference between cleaning a toilet for appearance and cleaning a toilet effectively for health.

Step 1
Prepare yourself. Gather all your cleaning tools. Open the windows if you are sensitive to cleaning fumes or if you plan to be working in the bathroom for a while.

Step 2
Dive in! Put on your gloves and then lift the toilet lid and seat. Pour into the toilet bowl the amount of toilet bowl cleaner recommended on the bottle. Aim for the surface of the bowl, not the water. Allow it to soak for at least 10 minutes. If you are cleaning more than one toilet, go ahead and do this step for each toilet so you don't have to wait 10 minutes for each.

Step 3
Scrub in. Using the toilet brush, scrub around the bowl, in the base of the toilet, then concentrate underneath the rim. If necessary, use more toilet cleaner for stubborn spots.

Step 4
Flush away the toxins. Flush the toilet, letting the toilet brush dangle in the bowl while still holding on to it. As the bowl fills back up with fresh water, rinse the brush. Remove the brush and return in to its stand. Give the toilet one final flush.

Step 5
Focus on the outside. Using the spray disinfectant and paper towels or disinfecting wipes, wipe down all outer surfaces, concentrating on areas that are especially germy, such as the handle, the seat and the lid. Allow the disinfectant to remain on the surfaces for 10 minutes to be sure all the germs are killed.

Step 6
Wash your hands. With the gloves still on your hands, use an antibacterial soap and warm water to wash the gloves as if you were washing your bare hands. Remove them and allow them to air dry. Now wash your bare hands and give the soap dispenser a wash to remove any germs transferred from the gloves.

A featured done by Miss Tina George. Tina is currently assisting the Morning Cruise with production and she’s an ex Bush Radio news intern. The feature was about why men and woman cheat.

We then spoke to Aqueelah Hendricks from the Independent Woman’s Forum who joined us to speak about the, “It’s My Life EXPO for woman”. It's a day of leisure for the woman out. Being a woman consist of being a mother, working hard, caring and being a nurturer to the world for that a day of leisure is more thandeserved.To find out more you can contact the forum on 021 705 15 49 or contact Aqueelah on 082 920 65 62.

~ Be like a postage stamp. Stick to one thing until you get there.

That’s it for the Morning Cruise, where we cruise through your weekday here on BushRadio 89.5fm live on your stereo between 9am – 12pm with me Denisia Adams. Take Care ... make the best of your day and Keep the Faith. Stay Real!!!!!!!!!!

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