I think what matters the most is that the series finally came to an end and someone won fair and square without fights or politics involved. It’s quite unfortunate that fans were banned from watching the last 3 games, but it was necessary and I hope both teams will learn how to control their fans next year. As for the federation, I am glad they decided to keep the series going and I urge them to take the appropriate measures to avoid any clashes next year and have a very strict policy towards all the teams and players.
All in all and despite everything that happened, I think this year was one of the best in terms of competitiveness and the years to come promise to be even better.
Let’s see how they are going to celebrate their loss to Mexico tonight.
I am so glad she’s a Brazilian supporter.
Thanks Kriks for ruining my day!
I looked it up and it’s indeed there on Whatsapp for Android. I am pretty sure it wasn’t available before but I don’t know if they only added it recently as I rarely use flags while chatting.
I think we’ve all had it with playacting in football games. It’s becoming more frequent with every tournament and is spoiling the sport. FIFA should seriously consider reviewing these acts after the game and sanctioning the players involved.
On another note, the best commercial that I’ve seen on how “soft” football players have become is the one below.
This is what BeirutNightLife had to say about this Freaky Friday the 13th party:
It was a spooky Friday the 13th in June, with lots of scary happenings and decorations at the Forsaken Villa of Dora. As midnight approached and the eery full moon was rising, zombies and goons invaded the house and threw a massive bash. Jägermeister brought us this night of horror and music, and the frightful crowd loved the evening of freaky fun at the villa. Lots of scary decorations and costumes filled the dark night, and of course the highlight was the musical ensemble. LA-based DJ group DROOG graced guests with a spectacular set. Meanwhile local DJs including MEENOX, THREE MACHINES, PABLO also set the spooky musical mood in Dora. The night was a frightful success and lasted all night with the crowd having a blast!
And this is how some people saw it in Lebanon [Link].
I honestly don’t know how they mistook a themed party for a devil worshiping ceremony. I am not sure why one would even think about such things when he sees Jägermeister bottles. I can’t stop laughing every time I think about it.
French fries are the best thing you could have with Tabbouleh but I don’t think that would be good for Kate’s diet. Personally speaking, I like Fattoush more than Tabbouleh.
Kate’s gorgeous-skin diet consists of completely uncooked foods, according to Daily Mail. Kate is trying out the trendy eating pattern for two reasons! First, to keep her fit frame looking its best — she wants to maintain her athletic figure. Second, to get radiant and glowing skin! While we think Kate already looks absolutely gorgeous, we’re all for her trying new eating patterns to see what makes her feel her best.
Kate already has a few favorites from the raw food diet. She’s loving ceviche (raw fish served in a bed of juices and spices), gazpacho (a cold soup), watermelon salads and tabbouleh, according to Daily Mail. She’s also drinking almond milk! Kate’s plan is to stick to this raw-only regime for at least one day a week! [Link]
It’s a good thing they’ve settled the World Cup broadcasting rights, or else they would have accused them of collaborating with the enemy.
Story and pictures via Annahar
I didn’t expect to see that coming but I thought it was pretty funny and it does sent out a nice message. Moreover, the monster looks better than the one in Godzilla. One thing that seems unrealistic to me though, was that all of Beirut was lit up.
The Comfu team
Not all Lebanese were happy to hear the news today simply because a lot had already paid a subscription fee or got the whole cable setup installed just for the world cup.
I know that it is unfair, but the majority of Lebanese have an illegal cable subscription and a lot of them can’t afford paying the 100$ a month plus the installation fees and all to watch the world cup. The government is to be blamed here of course for not doing the necessary to secure a proper deal prior to the World Cup, but the harm is done and at least all Lebanese will get to watch the games now.
Both pics via Chi7as