Sunday, February 26, 2006


Inno what was that? how could they kill him?! I think I'll mourn for 40 days and 40 nights! I'm in shock! I'll wear black! I'm about to cry! ma baddeeeeehhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh...

Seriously, It really feels like losing someone dear... I need a shoulder to cry on :(

(said on the occasion of "Ibnat Al-Mouallem"'s last episode, a.k.a Ammar's show).


Another Way to Speak Lebanese!

I never get tired of reading this. So funny! If you're not Lebanese, you'll probably have a question or two ;)

From some 2 months 3, I recognized a girl in the tooth of the elephant. She was other look and like the moon! Burn her religion what beautiful. I tried to touch her pulse to see if there is space and it appeared that she is interested. The first day I talked her on the phone and the second day she invited me on the lunch. I asked her "what she kitchenized?", she said "some of his mother's yoghurt on the walking". I liked her project and before I arrived to her, I went to the Milker and bought some lady's arms and some "eat and say thank you". She opened me the door and when she saw the handsome in my hands she said: "yiiiiiii! Your hands be safe, why torture yourself my uncle?". While we are eating, rang the doorbell. She opened the door and entered her old boyfriend. He asked her "who is he?", she said "not your entry". I knew straight he wanted to problemize it. He said: "my eye on you and on him, I will count god not create you!". I said: "look, my head does not carry me, break the evil before the gypsy milk goes up huh! Go page the sea and bleach from my face now!" The man felt on his blood and left the room. In the truth, he poisoned my body very much, but the girl gave breakfast to my nerves. She said: "don't carry worry, my life don't carry worry, put your hands in cold water". I told her: "like my foot, don't get a mind, tell me, are you empty tonight?" she said: "yes, I emptify myself for you". I told her: "thank you my love, you are very digestable".

Saturday, February 25, 2006

Cousin Khalloud!

My favorite guy at the moment:

And he's a great dancer too!

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

It's Valentine!

I've been asked this question a lot lately: "What's the perfect Valentine gift?"
Ok ya shabeb, listen to me tashouf:

- First of all, what's with all these teddy bears? Do we look five or something?! Do you know what actually happens to them at our house? Thrown on the shelves; forgotten; becoming part of the décor; thrown away within a certain period of time; or given to little kids (to allow some space to other dull teddy bears)

- Secondly, thx for all the perfume bottles. I mean, really, 3azzabto 7alkon! With four women living under our roof, we rarely think of going out and buying the latest mesmerizing aroma! You got us a decade supply! So, enough with that, and… be creative for heaven's sake!

- Who said buying flowers is predictable? We love getting flowers! And I'm using the word "love" here! A woman never gets bored of them: red, white, yellow, roses, tulips, lilies, even those tiny herb-like flowers you usually see around. Most importantly, we love getting them whether for a special occasion, or just because you saw them on a regular day, and they reminded you of us (I know, this simple easy gesture is just too much to ask, but let's hope inno… ya3neh… inshallah!) Wait, wait, I'm not done here: If you really really aim to impress, make sure "she" gets the bouquet, when she's with friends or colleagues (you'll get 10 extra points for that, w fehmkon kfeyeh!)

- Now when I talked about being creative, I wasn't just talking. A gift that you have put some personal effort in doing/organizing/creating will turn you into God (for a short period of course… ya3neh until you do something and ruin the moment as usual!) Don't underestimate the power of what is usually underestimated (e.g. clichés that are no longer clichés). Yes, I'm talking about love letters, as an example... although I know this doesn’t work backwards: In fact, I once did that… even wanted my letter to look like an old parchment; so I burnt a dozen of papers using the stove fire. Could've burnt my fingers! (so not worth it!) Anyway, I went on burning papers until I had the perfect letter with burnt edges, and the perfect ribbon, with an attempt at a perfect ancient calligraphy. The result? "I'll read it later, darling." It was a poem. And he never really read it… Oops, got carried it away there (no, it has nothing to do with the fact that I ran into him today). Anyway, good thing for you guys, you can use this technique with us. I don't know about the others, but it really left a good impression on me yesterday! (well, yeah, Valentine is now on the 13th in Lebanon :p ).

Did I miss something here? Oh yes, do tell us that you love us from time to time ;-)

Happy Valentine's Day everyone!

Thursday, February 09, 2006

Let's Break Some Hearts!

I've been sent this, as the perfect Valentine gift. I don't know where they got that from, but I don't buy it for a least bit.
However, just picture the poor thing as your latest ex, and express your deepest sadistic emotions. You won't be disappointed ;)

P.S. Come on, I'm not being mean or anything, but the skeleton is asking for it! :)

Saturday, February 04, 2006

Courtney, Ninet or Sofia?

This site was recommended to me by a friend.

Apparently, all you have to do is scan your picture, and it tells you which celebrity you look like... yay! we're gonna have some fun!

First picture: Courtney Cox, Hillary Swank, Charlize Theron & Shakira. Hmm, I do like Courtney, she's my favorite "friend" actress. Don't know about the resemblance though. I guess you'll have to tell me (those of you who know how I look like of course ;) ).

Second picture (no makeup, bad shot, I don't even know why I keep it): I look like Ninet Tayeb, Martina Hingis, Charlize Theron & Christina Ricci... (who the hell is Ninet Tayeb? I know, I asked myself the same question. Well, here she is. I hope I don't get accused of being an Israeli agent because of that! :p

Third Picture (just to make sure): Sofia Coppola (huh?), Hillary Clinton (what?!), Charlize Theron & Kate Winslet. (Come on wlo! it's my best picture! all dressed up and everything!)

w ba3dein, what's up with Charlize Theron being in the third rank for all three pictures? I mean, I know all guys go nuts for her -including my ex-, but frankly I stopped liking her since I started hating him :)

Ok, couldn't resist trying a fourth picture. This time, I look like Liv Tyler, Kate Winslet, Sofia Coppola & Mariah Carey. And the list can go on. katter khayron walla. In bad times, I'll keep telling myself I look like Charlize Theron. After all, they really insisted!

*Update* I just have to mention this! I was showing the site to my sister, and the poor thing got Condaleeza as one of the options. Now how did my blond, blue-eyed sister looked like Condie to them, I'll never get that! (inno shou jeib tarazan 3a alaska!) I can tell you my sister didn't quite appreciate it :p.

Thursday, February 02, 2006

Another Visit to The Theatre

Highlights of the day:

Finally, I got to watch "Pride & Prejudice", and let me tell you ya jame3a: such a mood lifter! Ya3neh a person (that you might have heard of) would go there, with all the destructive urges that she'd been having, and all the terrible mood swings; and then gets out a whole new cheerful one!

I think the book (written by Jane Austin) had been laying around for years now, somewhere in my bedroom. I got it when I first started to learn English as a third language, but never really managed to convince myself of reading in English. Bekh, such a boring language! (I don't even consider poetry in English to be pleasant, cannot feel it no matter how I tried, but I digress…)

Anyway, aside from the amazing scenes of nature in the movie (sigh, ya3neh shi ra2e3!), on craque aussi pour le fameux Mr. Darcy! Oh sorry, I meant that Mr. Darcy is to die for!

Stoflo, aslan that was not my opinion alone; you should have listened to all the girls who were present there tonight. Some were going like: "yiii, ana baddeh!", others were sighing, and all of them waited long after the movie ended: "Shou? Khalas? We want more" In short, there was a lot of optimism in the air, as it tipsy from too much joyful atmosphere... as if the theatre was glowing with a magic aura that only had an effect on noun el neswa. (w ento ya m3attareen, 7daro ento w sekteen) the guys, I mean.

So, we all know who the new crush for this month is! Matthew something… well, except for me obviously (I have to run some researches about the actor, then I'll get back to you ;) ).

*am planning to go South for the weekend. Hmm, khay! Can't wait… I have been missing it for quite some time now*

yalla, Eve going to bed now... nighty!

Wednesday, February 01, 2006

I hereby declare the end of Ammar's crush!

It's not fun anymore.