Spotted in Saida by Reem.
Spotted in Saida by Reem.
I’d love to talk about the politics of Machrou7a with this guy.
These are the trucks that carry money from one bank to the other.
I have no idea how this page is still up and no one reported yet. Check out the last few posts:
Enhanced security in central Damascus restaurants!
The toilets are NOT a place to dispose of inert grenades! We’ve been having issues with this a lot lately, especially with the IS militants.
-Domino’s Syria Team
1 large pizza for every IS corpse in our Damascus restaurants!
-Dominos Pizza Syria team
We’ve been getting asked a lot about this lately and we would like to clear this up:
NO! We do not rent our ovens out for mass disposal of bodies!
More lies made up by Pizza Hut™!
There’s nothing new about this killer can-eating fish that has gone viral in the past few days. It’s called the puffer fish and it’s been there for the past 10 years or more in Lebanon. In fact, Saida fishermen exhibited tens of these fish back in 2008 in order to warn the residents of eating them as they are highly poisonous.
I wonder if there’s any strategy set to keep this fish away from our shores.
Picture via Marie-José Azzi
I was checking this list of “20 Things You Never Knew You Could Be Arrested For While Abroad” and spotted Lebanon on the list. Here’s what they said about us:
If you’re a guy, sure you’re allowed to have sex with an animal, provided it’s a female one. Any other combinations of genders (man-on-male-animal, woman-on-any-kind-of-animal) will land you in the slammer.
From what I know, Article 534 of the Lebanese Penal Code prohibits engaging in sexual relations that contradict the laws of nature (which include at the moment homosexual relationships). It’s a vague law but I don’t think it allows a man to have sex with a female animal only. In fact, I don’t think we ever had such a case in Lebanon or at least none that I heard of.
As you all know, highly hazardous and dangerous Lebanese flag shoes were confiscated two days ago for reasons that I still can’t understand. On another note, here are few meaningless issues that were taking place the same week:
1- The Lebanese authorities were unable to bring prisoners from inside Roumieh prison to show in court. I don’t know how that is even possible.
2- Fadel Shaker, who’s a highly wanted terrorist accused of killing Lebanese Army Soldiers, stated that he’s inside Ain el Hilweh.
3- Two innocent civilians were killed inside their home by known gunmen in the town of Btedi’i in the Bekaa, yet the Jaafar clan refuses to give away the murderers.
4- Half of Lebanon’s roads got flooded due to the latest storm including the Rafic Hariri airport.
5- Lebanon is still without a president.
The storm Micha didn’t stop Lebanese from having some fun in the flooded streets. Here’s the full [video].
Check out the first three comments. The woman said she doesn’t read Arabic and asked if they could translate it, and whomever is managing that page answers in Arabic. Honest mistake but funny nevertheless!
Thanks Dory’s Wife!