I found in my wallet the other day a 52,000 LL voucher from Librairie Antoine that I had forgotten about. I passed by Librairie Antoine at ABC Dbayyeh to see if it’s still valid since it dated back from March and luckily I was told their vouchers never expire.
I had no clue what to buy since it’s been ages since I’ve gotten any books and prices were relatively high for any interesting book I checked, until I spotted L’eleve Ducobu comic books.
I bought two new publications for 51,000LL and was not reimbursed a 1000 LL because their accounting system requires that you buy with the same exact amount of the voucher or more. I didn’t argue though as I was in a hurry.
I read both issues the same night and they were as funny as always. Added to that, I just found out they released “L’eleve Ducobu” the movie two months ago.
With a ratio of 6 women to every man who blames those home wreckers, correct? Wrong! This is not the story where an innocent lady in her mid-to-late twenties is fooled into a love triangle by some deceitful man sans his wedding band, with a wife and kids at home, rather this is a story of the girls that go out on the hunt-for any man-and if he happens to be married, oh well, itâ€™s fair game and sheâ€™ll just have to work harder at luring him into leaving his wife for her. At ANY cost.
Interesting post by Ivy on the rise of the trend of women going after married men in Lebanon (and vice versa).
I never understood this urge to go after married men or women, but I think this is as low as one can get, as low as a man beating his wife is.
This is to let you know that on Friday (19/08/11) we had a meeting with the VIP company representatives and we discussed all the issues that are related to the valet parking services (we even printed this blog to show them the post and the comments).
They promised us that they will make sure issues like this one will never happen again.
Hoping that this matter is solved, we always welcome everybodyâ€™s feedback, anytime.