Bits and Pieces

As long as there is a demand, this will continue. You can’t enforce banning of Alcohol, people would rely more on drugs which is far more dangerous than controlled Alcohol. Use logic for a change.

Kalimatik dorrar , but where is the listening ear?

Ya 7asratna

The way the government and the parliament handling eldawa2r elintikhabiya sounds like a good subject for Abdel7sain Abdelridah’s next masra7iya. Where Abdel7sain has to only change his hat (or guitra) and seat; mara 7okoomi wi mara mostagil. El7aseelah? Nothing would change.
Guys; they are playing you. So don’t get your hopes high, just enjoy the play.

Mabrook liga2mat elta6weer, wi hard luck ya ashwaq. Next time have a back up.

So what else is new ? If you had a chance to make another ka3ba, you would have built another one to segregate men and women. Wi yama ne3eesh wi nishoof.

I guess this is enough politics for one day, let’s change the mood:

A poem by anonymous:

Last Comment

Once upon a time I was a virgin
My cheeks reddened with a slightest compliment
At nights I revised each word of my days
A simple flirt stayed with me for months
I was totally obedient to your preaching
I was as innocent and believing as innocence can be
But not today
No you can’t fool me today
I’m not a virgin anymore

Got to get away, leaving for Beirut tomorrow. Tewasooni 3ala shay?
Take care; love you all

18 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. ScarlO
    Apr 12, 2006 @ 14:42:00

    I like the poem 🙂

    Politics; headache headache headache ..

    tro7een o terje3een bil salama 😀


  2. Hazolat
    Apr 12, 2006 @ 15:10:00

    Enjoy, have fun & go WILD 🙂


  3. Talisman
    Apr 12, 2006 @ 17:04:00

    another nose job?


  4. alnabeeh
    Apr 12, 2006 @ 18:02:00

    Rouge and moscadet
    بالعربي سلطان ابراهيم وقنينية نبيذ
    ثوبي لنا وعليك بالعافية


  5. AyyA
    Apr 12, 2006 @ 21:12:00

    Thanks sweetie, what can we do? Every time I read a newspaper I get indigestion
    And the poem is great; too bad I do not have the name of the author.

    Thanks dear, I will
    La twasi 7arees 😉

    Are you offering to pay for one? If you are then the answer is sure 🙂

    Definitely, thanks dear


  6. Shurouq
    Apr 12, 2006 @ 22:58:00

    Ayya, take me with you..
    I can use a break and I miss Beirut 😦


  7. Hisham
    Apr 14, 2006 @ 22:37:00

    Innocense is no execuse, once I was told that 🙂

    and by the way, how is Beirut? I really miss home. Hope you enjoyed it there.


  8. AyyA
    Apr 17, 2006 @ 12:27:00

    7ayati, Beirut is beautiful and I had a great time if it wasn’t for the last minute when I got sick in the plane coming back last night. It must have been what we had for lunch yesterday and plane’s pressure.
    Yallah; next time jahzi roo7ich before time and join us :*

    Innocence in Beirut? You must be kidding :p
    Beirut is forever the romantic city. The time passed so quickly, we hardly felt it. New places that recently opened. I have some diaries written down and pictures, I will post about it as soon as I feel better. How long has it been since you’ve been to Lebanon?


  9. ScarlO
    Apr 18, 2006 @ 12:59:00

    7amdellah 3al salama 😀

    *Waits for your next post*


  10. Hanan
    Apr 18, 2006 @ 13:36:00

    Salamat. Hope the indigestion (caused by politics and Beirut food) is gone now.

    “As long as there is a demand, this will continue.” Are you implying that if booze was legal there won’t be any more traficking? But won’t we still have those who deal with drugs? Or are we supposed to call for the legalization of drugs too? And what about prostitution and pimpin’?
    Car accidents seem to be rising daily? Wouldn’t alcohol just add to that problem?


  11. Hazolat
    Apr 18, 2006 @ 15:51:00

    Salamat Oo Matshoofeen Shar, piece of advice, don’t eat meat on planes, 6ulbay Kosher before you get on board 😛

    BTW, I’m done with the post about those horoscopes you were waiting for. consider it your welcome back present. It took forever to write down, but my fingers stopped aching a couple of minutes ago. You owe me a post 😛


  12. AyyA
    Apr 18, 2006 @ 19:14:00

    Thanks sweetie, inshallah soon.
    The indigestion from food is much better, but politics? Its indigestion will never go away.
    I think if booze and prostitution is legalized and controlled, we’ll have fewer drugs and less health problems. At the beginning it won’t be easy, but slowly things would settle. Traffic would always be a problem with or without booze. Do you think that booze and drugs are not available now? And that Kuwait is immune from drunken-drivers, and drugged drivers? Who are we kidding? I’m only asking it to be controlled under strict law, but legalized.
    And thanks 7abeebti for your well wishing.
    Actually I ate at junei kibbat burgul and taboolah before going to the airport and my indigestion started the minuet I went to Rafeeq 7areeri airport. I’m much better now thanks. But your advice is sound although a bit late :p
    Thanks sweetie for the warm welcome, and you have to choose the title of the post and biamrak as the Lebanese say 🙂


  13. Mystique
    Apr 21, 2006 @ 02:37:00

    Politics, not for me..
    The poem is beautiful

    But not today
    No you can’t fool me today
    I am not a virgin anymore
    Yet for today
    I have to say, no longer I’m the one who you used to sway.



  14. bo6argaa
    Apr 21, 2006 @ 08:06:00

    الدين شاهين من صاده قنص فيه

    الملك عبدالعزيز بن سعود

    (طبعا كلامه ينطبق على ربعنا اللي خبري خبرك


  15. ولاّدة
    Apr 21, 2006 @ 11:38:00


    الحمدلله على السلامة
    وسلامات ما تشوفين شر


  16. AyyA
    Apr 21, 2006 @ 12:38:00

    Right on 🙂

    I agree

    Missed you sweetie :***


  17. Jewaira
    Apr 22, 2006 @ 01:05:00

    Ayya glad you enjoyed Beirut and hope you recovered quickly from your slight illness


  18. AyyA
    Apr 22, 2006 @ 11:26:00

    Lady J
    It was not exactly a slight illness LOL
    Thanks sweetie for your well wishing.


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