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they just keep on getting worse…
LEk 7ello 3anna Ba’a…
if i ever come across a flash mob, I’m going to flash them… LOL
That’s the lamest “mob” I have ever witnessed…It’s really boring and annoying.
oooof… kayya3ouna.. lol
LOLL i love the fact that they have really taken this whole flash mob thing to a whole new level. So typical.
The purpose of this Flashmob was to help the JEM (a branch of the Guides Du Liban), to promote themselves. They are mostly known for “serving” others, and their numerous activities include preparing summer camps for under privileged children, visiting orphanages during the hoilday seasons with gifts, and so on. Here you find the girls dancing to “Oh Susannah”, a typical and famous scout songs. At the end of the flashmob they distributed flyers with their Facebook fan page.
Have a great day 🙂
@Roadster diner: wallah mish shi dodkon. I think in Lebanon when people like something- we overdo it.. but in a way its okay because flashmobs are pretty awesome.
Thanks for explanation!
Exactly, we overdo stuff…and i think we hit the limit of flash-mobs at like 2…the airport one was the lamest of lame…Dabke? at the airport? Wow..they had me at (3al Houwara):P
These are proper flashmobs:
hehe the dancing wasn’t great but it was cute of them! 🙂
how horrible and lame.. bekkaffe ba2a.. a flashmob should be a group of ppl who dont belong to the scene to just emerge and dance/.. msh yellow tshirts and whatever.. LAMEEEE
guys chill this was for a good cause!
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