Saturday, December 31, 2005

Quizzie Mood!

And they say I would kill myself, preferably, stab myself to death! Hmmm... I think I'll go ponder that in my room... euh, with a bunch of daggers... pfff, me? stab myself? rubbish! I would have chosen the gunshot!

You scored as Suicide. Your death will be suicide. What more can I say? Fact: Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem. If you want to know how you will commit suicide, take a look at your second highest percentage on the bar graphs.









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Fire, Fire!

Oh well, Dragon, Angel or Mermaid.. Happy new year, folks!

You scored as Dragon. Dragon: Now talk about a legend. These magnificent creatures are of many species. Some can be as large as the Earth itself, while others are as small as a mouse. One image that comes to everyone's mind is the large, fire breathing Dragons that loathed humans and loved to sleep on massive piles of gold. Not all dragons have a bad reputation. Most dragons are very wise, caring, and protective (that's good to know, tammantouni). It would make a person very lucky indeed to meet a dragon (yiii, merci, merci!). Especially if they walked away untouched (walla shou? inno shou asdon ya3neh?). I admire your wisdom, for you are the Ancient Dragon (hmm, why do I feel 90?).













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Friday, December 23, 2005

You Can Help!

I received this message from Maya, whom I would like to thank for all the efforts. All of you out there, spread the word!

To our fellow Lebanese

This article is addressed to you from your brothers and sisters from around the world. We, the Lebanese abroad, have a very strong voice and we are taking action. You are not alone because the tragic events taking place in our beloved country have united us globally. The murder of our leaders, fathers, brothers and sisters are bring us closer together.

Our group, Al Moghtarebeen is planning to gather this summer in Beirut to show support for our people in Lebanon and to show the world that the millions of Lebanese abroad will not stand by watching all the tragedies unfold. We plan to travel in large numbers from different parts of the world to be there in Beirut and show everyone that we, the Lebanese, Muslim and Christians, are united in the name of our country Lebanon.

We need the support of groups and organizations in Lebanon and around the world to make this event an unparalleled success and show the world who we are. We are a young group, born after the murder of Mr. Hariri and kept growing with the successive murders, the most recent of which was that of Mr. Tueni.

To all Lebanese groups, to An-Nahar and all media, ministries, embassies, universities, to Mr. Saniora, Mr. Jumblat, Mr. Berri, M. Hariri, M. Michel Aoun, Mrs. Setrida Geagea, M. Mohammad Fneich, and all Lebanese around the world, let us unite and work together to show the world that we are one.

Contact us at – let us work together in support of Lebanon.

"Established in 2005 in the United States, Lebanon Expats and are the voice of Lebanese scholars, businessmen and professionals living abroad. Their mission is to promote the powerful presence of the Lebanese abroad by carrying on social activities that will improve standards of living, and economical activities that will create job opportunities in Lebanon.

In March this year, the group sent a giant Lebanese Flag around the world to obtain signatures from Lebanese living abroad, the flag toured the USA, Canada, Brazil, United Arab Emirates, France and Lebanon."

Sunday, December 18, 2005

My Three Minutes of Fame

I think I've never had so much fun since a really long time.

Remember that dance I told you about?

The one thing that had annoyed me about my previous trip to Egypt was that I would miss the dance show, which I've been waiting for since ages.
But I didn’t!
I resumed my dance courses three days before the dance show, and didn’t even bother asking Tatiana if I'll still be included in the Dabké. However, my oriental dance teacher suggested, actually forced me, to participate in her other kind of dance (after making a promise of killing the poor me of course… haram Myrna; I can't remember how many times she wanted my head on a stick). Anyway, I had only two courses to learn the whole dance, and was naturally in a real state of panic!

Don't ask me how my first dance in front of an audience was. All I can say is it was really scary and really marvelous! I didn't even realize what I was about to do, except during the five minutes before the starting, hence the coolness which confused my fellow dancers at first. What's more, the girls were finding difficulty in smiling while dancing, as recommended; while I was finding it difficult to wipe the panic smile of my face. I think I was the only girl who was smiling from ear to ear, the whole time. The smile strangely stuck on my face, to such an extent that if someone slapped me at the time, I wouldn’t have had the force to wipe it off. And don't let me start with the shawl, which I barely managed to untie on time, due to the interlacement of beads and threads. But in general, we were a huge success, and much to our surprise, people loved us! In the end, they drew out a couple of names, and... what do you know! I won a Xmas present!

As for our special tunes, which I'll NEVER forget from now on: Zay el Hawa Remix (you know.. the famous line: "w delwa2ti, zay el hawa") + this.

I'll let the pictures speak for themselves now.

Les coulisses: last-minute preparations

Actually, this is last-minute panick

It's showtime!

Monday, December 12, 2005


Whatever you do, STAY AWAY from the movie called: Exorcism of Emily Rose something... (it's really, I mean ReAlLy bAd fOr yoUr heAltH!)

Don't EVER let Maldoror talk you into watching it!

And above all, if you're walking back home after midnight, better be accompanied!

Hate you Maldo.. I wonder how will I ever get some sleep tonight... oh and girls, always pick the movie yourself... brrrr...