She definitely looks like her a lot. In fact, if that’s really her, she looked much nicer when she was young!
Speaking of Syrian commercials, here are my favorites:
17 appearances in 1 month! Either he’s very wanted or he’s not that expensive to get lol!
via Lebanese Memes
As you all probably know by now, Our Education Minister decided to issue passing statements for all students who applied for official exams this year in order for them to continue with their academic plans and be able to enroll in universities. The minister also offered 48 hours to find alternatives before proceeding with the passing statements once and for all.
This basically means that all students passed their exams without any corrections made, which is unacceptable in my opinion, but probably the only plausible solution given that the teachers are still on strike and are refusing to correct the exams. Speaking of which, and even though they have every right to demand raises, I think the teachers are doing a big mistake by jeopardizing the students’ interests.
I think there are two alternative solutions that could be adopted:
1- Outsource the correction to private school teachers or some specialized group.
2- Public school teachers to pause their strike, correct the exams and resume it afterwards.
It seems the stuff they smoke in Baalbeck is pretty strong
I am surprised it took that long to have a shop named Selfie in Lebanon. It has nothing to do with the selfie trend though as it’s just a women’s clothing store.
Picture taken by Ahmad Jaber
L3ama chou sar ma3o el shab? Ma badda hal2ad!
Just when I thought Myriam Klink songs are bad, this changes everything.
You can’t really blame people if the traffic is going to be that bad everyday from Nahr el Kalb towards Jbeil and vice versa. A good idea though would be to get a pick up and be more comfortably seated in the back, and maybe add a Jacuzzi and a mini bar as well.
I just watched this old Ted talk and I wonder if it’s really worth it to love our own language that much. After all, we don’t even talk Arabic but a Lebanese dialect and if any successful book comes out in Arabic, it will probably get translated and become more popular in a foreign language.
Spotted in Zahle. Thanks Rachel!