Talk about self-respect and dignity.
It could be taken as a compliment though, if he meant for example “You Dawg!”
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You are always finding a way to bring politics into this blog.
A responsible calling another one a dog is politics to you?
You are always trying to take the fun out of those posts 🙂
Well at least he didn’t call him a bitch lol. Calling the guy a dawg might be a complement and a step up from being a politician.
Some politics on the blog won’t do any harm. This parliament thing was quite entertaining, i was with on the Khaled guy’s side because the other guy still supports Al Assad and because Khaled has the epic trobolsi accent 😀 i laughed so hard hahaha
well a little politics comedy won’t hurt since they are all making a joke out of themselves.
The good thing is that Blog Baladi didn’t take sides or showed any preference.
If these our politicians, you expect a country from us? #FAIL
Whatever happens in the Parliament on those confidence votes it the epitome of democracy, and i rather it breaks out in a brawl in the Parliament with a few punches and slaps rather than on the streets with guns and RPGs…
but the funniest is a fight in the Japanese parliament a few years ago, gives crouching tiger a new meaning…epically funny to watch
that’s what i meant…Mano a Mano
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