Sunday, February 26, 2012

EVENT: 3D Projection Mapping: Wattana We Adore it عرض ثلاثي الأبعاد: وطنا إحنا عشقنا



  بمناسبة الاحتفالات الوطنية سوف يقام عرض فيديو ثلاثي الأبعاد خاص بتاريخ الكويت
 الليلة الساعة ٧ و ٩ و ذلك بالريجنسي


!!لا يطوفكم


Don't miss out on Wattana's special 3D video mapping event tonight! 



!!جيكوا عالبروفات 

Check out the teaser!!!



!حدي متشوقة! راح يكون في ألعاب نارية بعد!! وناسة

Really looking forward to it! There shall be fireworks too!!


منو بيروح؟؟؟ 

Who's going??? ;D



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Happy National Spirit Continues + Special Thanks



Happy Liberation Day

Hope everyone is having fun celebrating! 




How's everyone celebrating the national holidays? :D Where did you do yesterday? What are your plans for today? I wished to attend the Maseera yesterday, but due the rainy weather it was canceled, so we stayed indoors. Saturday is our weekly family gathering, so for sweet time we made sure to celebrate with special patriotic delights!




For those of you who follow me on twitter, you might have read that I've been craving some Chocolateness!! Yep, those super delicious pieces of love! So, I HAAAAAD to have some for today! I just loooove those yummy little monsters! In celebration of the country's beloved festivities, Chocolateness is having a wonderful offer, for any 10 K.D transaction, you get half a dozen FREE! Isn't that awesome, or isn't that awesome? ;Pp Perfect for gatherings indeed!!



Mmmmm... Mmmm.... Mmmmmm!!!!! Aren't your mouths watering just by looking at the picture? 
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Besides those killer monsters, we also had two cakes, one from Mr Baker (الخباز) and another from Cake'n'Bake. I'm not a big fan of Mr. Baker's (since I've had enough of it each and every week for yeeeeeaaaars), so I was eager to try the Cake'n'nBake's for a change, (especially since it was decorated with the flag baring the symbols our beloved countries, God bless 'em ^_^). It was good. But I'm not a cake lover to begin with, so I cannot really judge.




Even though I didn't go out (as I wished), I still enjoyed the day. I was too busy snapping pictures and sharing my humble writings around. My previous post received great feedback, thanks to Allah, which highly encourages me to keep practicing and write more in Arabic. But the most AWESOME moment of the day definitely has to be the special surprise I received from my all-time favorite magazine, Bazaar! I was completely taken aback by their little bomb-drop! hee hee They featured my special national celebration post on The Bazaar Daily!!! ;D I was super ecstatic; I literally started screaming of joy!! So, again, thanks to the wonderful team of Bazaar, you guys ROCK!

And thanks to all of you my beloved silent readers, and those of you who share their thoughts with me either here or elsewhere; you help a great deal in making an aspiring writer step even faster on the ladder of her dreams! God bless you all!

So what are your plans for the today? Going out? At the chalet or desert (or Dubai)? Staying indoors watching TV coverage? Whatever your plans are, be safe and sound, and remember that the true celebration of love for our country lies in the true service for it through out the whole year and not just on its national days.


Peace & Love!


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I'm sure lots of you have watched this amazing skydive video already, but have you read Khaleejesque's special article about the guy behind the jump? ;)



His name is Mohammad Al-Refaie and you can learn more about him and his love for skydiving on the special article on Khaleejesque: [click here]


That is just AWESOME! Wouldn't wanna try it for real, though! Ha!

Would you??


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P.S: What do you think of my photography? 


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Saturday, February 25, 2012

كل عام و أنت بخير يا وطن النهار




عاشت لنا الكويت .. الكويت
و عاشوا أهلها
و اللي يحب الكويت .. الكويت
يضحي لأجلها

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أنا كويتي أنا
أنا قول و فعل
وعزومي قوية

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ياحماة العرين
لقنوا المعتدين
درسنا باليمين
ضربة لن تلين

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عيدي يا كويت يا أحلى بلد
أنا لج رديت بروح و جسد

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وطني
وطن النهار
أنت النهار
يا وطني

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تلك مجموعة بسيطة من الأغاني الوطنية التي تربيت عليها ، كلما تبادرت إلي مسمعي مقاطع منها (لاسيما "أنا كويتي أنا" و "وطن النهار") تختلج مشاعري و تتبعثر أحاسيسي معلنة مراسم إحتفال بتراقص ذكريات متناقضة ... فأجدني تارة أبتسم أو أضحك ، و تارة أتنهد أو تدمع عيني (و قد أبكي) ...

ف"عاشت لنا الكويت" كانت من الأغاني الأكثر ترديداً في صغري ، كذلك "أنا كويتي أنا" و "حماة العرين" اللتان تثيران فيَّ الحماس فأجدني ، في خيالي ، أقف كالمجندين أحيي العلم و قلبي يقفز فرحاً ، تماماً كما كنت أفعل في طفولتي ... (إلا أني كنت أقوم بالغناء و التحية فعلياً حينها) . أما "عيدي يا كويت" فدائماً تذكرني بالأعياد و بهجتها . 

لكن "وطن النهار" لها مكانة خاصة في قلبي ، فهي تتربع على عرش كل الأغاني الوطنية التي أحبها ، لوقعها المجلجل على نفسي ... فقد نحتت آثاراً أبدية ، اختلطت بمشاعر طفلة في حالة عدم استيعاب كلي ، ثم انتقلت إلى غور شجون قلب شابة مبعثرة روحها ... فكانت دائماً تنادي أعماق روحي سالبة تلك الدموع المختزلة التي عادة لا أحس بوجودها ...

قبل عدة أيام كنت في السيارة أستمع للمارينا أف أم ، أترقب برنامج "الديوانية" الذي عادة ما يسهم في رسم البسمة على محياي مشكلاً عامل نجاح في تسهيل عملية السياقة في ذلك الوقت العصيب من الظهيرة ، فتفاجأت بأغنيتي المفضلة تصدح ...  كالعادة ، امتزجت مشاعر الفرح و الألم و تراقصت في داخلي ...

لكن ، و لأول مرة ، كلمات الأغنية كان لها صدى جديد:

... ياللي انولد من جديد ... غصب على الآلام ، ترجع وطن من جديد

أحسست و كأن هذه الكلمات تحاكيني بالذات ... فإني أمر بمرحلة حساسة في حياتي الخاصة حالياً ، فكانت تلك الكلمات بمثابة قلب حنون يواسي و صوت عقل حكيم يناشد و يشد من ازري مذكراً بأن "مع العسر يسراً" ... فعلاً ، إن مع العسر دوماً يسراً ... فلا بد من أن تشرق الشمس بعد العاصفة و لا بد للظلام أن ينجلي و للضباب أن ينقشع . فمهما تكالبت علينا هموم الدنيا و تشابكت ، لابد أن نستذكر القوة الكامنة بداخلنا ، و لا نترك لشبح الخوف و القلق مجال ليترعرع في أنفسنا ، فلابد أن نتحلى بالإيمان دائماً و نستمر في المقاومة و الدفاع ، حتى "نولد من جديد" .


تماماً كما ولدت الكويت من جديد مرات عديدة ، فاليوم و غداً تستذكر بلادي يومين من أروع الأيام في تاريخها ، فبعد إحدى و خمسون سنة على إستقلالها و بعد إحدى و عشرون سنة من التحرير لا يجب أن أستسلم لألم بعض الذكريات الحزينة ، بل يجب علي أن أديم الابتسامة على محياي و أرفع رأسي عالياً ، فلو لا لطف العلي القدير لربما ما كان حالنا كما هو الآن ، ننعم بأمن و أمان قد نحسد عليه كثيراً ، فيجب علينا جميعاً أن نديم السجود لله شاكرين و نرفع أيادينا للكريم راجين منه أن يديم علينا نعمة الأمن و الاستقرار و أن يمن على جيراننا و إخواننا المسلمين بالمثل ، آمين ...

و كل عام وأنت بخير يا وطن النهار ، يا أرض المحبة و السلام ...



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هذا مقطع بسييييط جداً من الاغنية أثناء استماعي إليها في السيارة ، عذراً لقصره الشديد فلم يتبادر لذهني تصويره إلا مع قرب نهايتها... أعجبتني مشاهدة الأعلام ترفرف و كأنها تستمع معي و تستمتع ...

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كالعادة ، يتحفنا Google بابداع جديد :)





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وطني الكويت سلمت للمجد
و على جبينك طالع السعد



Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Literature World Celebrates Charles Dickens 200th Birthday: My Personal Thoughts





Today marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of one of the most celebrated writers in the world, Charles Dickens. As an English Language and Literature student, I have the privilege to indulge in learning more about such authors whose works have surpassed generation upon generation only to become an essential part of any English literature student or fan's journey of learning and enlightenment.

Whenever I read such wonderful creations by authors such as Dickens, I cannot help but feel the "awes" and "wows!" escaping my thoughts. I guess, anyone who enjoys writing knows what I'm talking about. I often wonder if those authors knew the amount of impact their creations would have on the literary world while they were creating them; would they have produced them differently? What if the Brontë sisters knew how truly passionate readers can get over their beloved novels (I just adore Wuthering Heights), or if Dicken's Oliver Twist would be played in thousands of theaters around the world, or if Shakespeare knew he'd be the iconic symbol of the English literature?

I can only imagine!

I wonder if any of today's writers would be as symbolic as Shakespeare in the far future. I wonder if Arab writers would leave an infinite impact. I wonder if Kuwaitis would leave such a historic trail.

I wonder if I will ever leave this world with a timeless classic that would be taught to generations to come.

I wonder...


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So, it fascinates me when I see other countries proudly and continuously acknowledging and celebrating their writers, even if centuries go by since the day they were born! (Check out Dickens2012.org and be inspired!)


And as usual, Google celebrates with a special Dickens doodle! (Read more about this on Los Angeles Times)





Will Kuwait celebrate me 200 years from now? ;D

We will never know... 

(but if there's anyone from the future, they can answer me! ;P) 






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So, what's your favorite Charles Dickens novel? 


Share your thoughts! :)


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Monday, February 6, 2012

I Finally Met the KHALEEJesque Team!



Last night I posted about KHALEEJesque's first print issue launch. Here are my thoughts about the experience! :)



Photo Credit: KHALEEJesque


I'm blessed to have my hands on the first print issue of KHALEEJesque! I was really excited to finally meet the wonderful people behind this lovely e-zine! I'm always on the look out for such interesting and enthusiastic magazines to read (and also hopefully be part of the their wonderful teams). So, when I learned that KHALEEJesque, one of top favorite e-zines were launching their first print issue, I was thrilled, and made sure I never miss it.




When I arrived at the launch installation located at the atrium at 360° mall), I took my time to carefully indulge in what I'm looking at! There were several gorgeous ladies which I gathered had to be part of the KHALEEJesque team (and they were!). I made sure I let one of them kindly help me with my meet-the-team discovery and give me my goody bag, which looked so beautiful! I was then delighted to meet Fouz Al-Sabah, creative director and co-founder of KHALEEJesque, whom I enjoyed chitchatting with and who was more than welcome to answer all my questions.


Ghadeer Al-Otaibi and Fouz Al-Sabah


There is a fun photo-booth for readers to take memorable photos with their beloved KHALEEJesque copies! I highly enjoyed the idea! I've always wished we'd have similar photo-booths in Kuwait! The company is called "BonkerBox" and they specialize in transforming an ordinary photo shoot to a crazy out of this world! I so would love to rent the box for our parties! You can too! Check their FB page for more details. 




The general feel was filled with proud accomplishment! The team showed such class and prestige the magazine shows, so I wasn't really mistaken, I WAS meeting the real team! ;P 



People gathering around! :)



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Alright! On to the goody bag! 




I really loved the colors and design of the bag. The black, white and red are always a great combination! Wished if there was a green too and we would've have the colors of the Khaleeji spirit, but I know that these are the colors of the magazine's logo ;)

Besides the copy of KHALEEJesque, here's what I found inside:



A beautiful 2012 planner, some chocolates, and a cookie. I really fell in love with the planner; it caught my attention instantly. It has some beautiful quotes spread around the months and even a poem in the first few pages! How cool is that? :D

Here's the surprise cookie I got. From the feel of the yellow bag, I felt like there was a cookie inside. I was half correct about my guesses and assumptions. There was a cookie alright, but I was kinda disappointed when I saw the orange-colored sugar coated cookie; I was expecting a chocolate chip cookie ;P I wonder if all the bags have this orange cookie. Don't think so, I'm sure there might be a mixture and it's my luck to have this orange one...  





Anyways! I can't wait to fully read the whole issue! Last night I flipped through most of it with a continuos smile on my face! I'm really proud of the whole KHALEEJesque team for this wonderful establishment! The first issue is specialized in everything culture-related; really is worth getting as it's timeless and will be a lovely addition to anyone's shelf ;)

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So, hurry up, and get your free copies, people! You still can pass by today at 360° mall; the team will be happy to see you!

And happy KHALEESesquing! ;P


Photo Credit: KHALEEJesque


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Sunday, February 5, 2012

KHALEEJesque Launches First Printed lssue!!



Hurry up to 360° mall to get your first print issue of KHALEEJesque!


More details on the way!


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Lost Cat at Mishref


Just spotted this over Twitter: Prof Kaeml AlSaleh tweeted:






He's in Mishref, block 4. 

For more information, kindly contact Prof. Kamel AlSaleh (click here)


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Personal thoughts:

It saddens me when animals get neglected, I really hope this kitty was NOT thrown out, and that he might just dropped this diwaniya a visit. I really hope he gets back home safely if indeed he's lost. 

If he wasn't, then I hope he finds a loving home soon!


Friday, February 3, 2012

Kuwaiti Flash Mob! (Continuously UPDATED)


So, how are you doing post-election day? ;)

Shocked? Surprised? Frustrated? Numb? Pessimistic?

Well, I'm still keeping it positive! :D

And I know I'm not the only one; Zain and Cinemagic are keeping it positive too!







AMAZING!

If your spirits weren't lifted; then you might not have any!

I never thought I'd watch a flash mob video that actually happened in Kuwait! We so need more of these!!
I got tears in my eyes! The patriotic songs used are my top faves! Especially "Ana Kuwaiti"! Oh my God, I used to sing this one repeatedly during the times of the liberation! :'D

3ad I was planning to go the Avenues today but I couldn't! Wish I made it, maybe I would've seen this!!! Flash mobs aren't supposed to be announced, so nobody would notify me! Hopefully one day I'll witness something like this!

Shout out to all those souls who keep spreading positivity around! You guys rock! Kuwait has faith in those who have faith in it!

NEVER lose hope!



Updates:

I shall be adding more videos as I discover them ;)


Reactions were hailing all over the place since the videos went viral! A simple search with the words "flash mob Kuwait" over Twitter would get you hundreds of tweets praising this new national celebration! Bloggosphere could not miss this too; here some links:



Check out The Avenues twitter page for a lovely set of pictures of the flash!


*Special Thanks to Bloggylife for sharing the first video!
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Stuff I Like About Election Day!


Yep, believe it or not, there are stuff I actually like about elections!

Normally, and as the majority of us, I'd be thinking the same way Danderma thinks about elections (check her post here). I'd just be loathing the day, dreading all those "unpleasant" stuff that usually (if not always) come with election time; those nagging supporters with those false smiles desperately begging for our votes, those cops bossing you around...etc.

Just this morning I was thinking of writing a similar post to Danderma's, but after checking her post, I got inspired to write just the opposite! :)

Yes, this year I'm choosing to keep it positive! :)

Aren't we all just sick of constantly bashing and lamenting almost everything around us? Tara mallait! wallah la3at chbdy! I'm an optimist at heart, and I truly have been affected by all the negativity we seem to be feeding ourselves with consistently without us even noticing sometimes.

But it doesn't have to be that way!

With darkness comes light! :D


So, maintaining this in mind, here are some of the stuff I like about elections:


1. The most important thing I like about elections is that I get reminded that I have a voice that counts. I CAN make a difference if I choose to. The right to vote is not available to all, you know, so I should be thankful I got a chance to make a change.





2. Since casting ballots takes place at schools, I get a chance to visit my old time school buildings and start roaming the place reminiscing over happier more innocent days of my life. It's ALWAYS fun!

3. And since lots of people come to vote from my own area, I get a chance to meet up with long lost friends or neighbors I never see anymore, and that's fun too! Especially, if I plan ahead and decide to go vote with our own old time friends! We can have a blast! Waiting in long queues will pass by in a minute if you're enjoying an engaging "election-free" chitchat with a dear old soul you miss so dearly!

4. There are always cute and fun moments to happen anytime, we just have to be alert to actually see and enjoy them! Like today, I was walking around after I was done voting, roaming the old middle school building which seems so foreign now, trying to figure out which was what, when my legs took me to the garden in the middle of the building. The garden that my friends and I had so many fun breakfast memories at! I watched as two adorable sparrows (zarazeer) and a couple of brown-feathered doves tapped their way at some flowers! I thought that was so cute and utterly hilarious as one of the sparrows kept fighting off the others trying to keep the flowers all to himself! I had a blast! God bless 'em!

Here are couple of pics I took of the adorable encounter!




Never mind the horrible quality; those are mobile pics!



I tried to take some video but sadly they flew away before I get a chance to.


Oh, and another God-bless'em moment! When it was my turn to go inside the voting room earlier, I was received with a mixture of contrasting attitudes that got me perplexed for a moment. I had no idea which direction to head to first; I thought I should go one way when I was supposed to be heading to another. When I finally realized which way to go, I was kindly welcomed by the most adoring man I met today! I have no idea what his real position is (whether he was a judge or a counselor), but he just kept smiling in the most adoringly and fatherly way ever, and made me feel totally at home! Not that I was feeling embarrassed or anything, but the women besides him was the total opposite! She was kinda like "scolding" me for something I never did! Shtabeen!! So!! I couldn't find my way for nanoseconds! That could not possibly ruin your precious day! No body's born all-knowing! Wallah!

So, you see? Who says things can't be bright during election time? The likes of such kind souls such as this man's will always warm my heart and make me cross off any bad encounters that happen to be in the way!

5. The soft kind of Kuwaiti souls: Yes, there are fake untrue gestures and actions here and there (naturally), but there are those souls who truly care for the welfare of the voters, especially the elderly ones. It warms my heart when I see a cop gently attending to an elderly person and kindly helping them on their journey to vote. It delights my heart to see paramedics doing their jobs with the soul purpose of ensuring everyone's healthy and safe on the scene. Those people rarely get acknowledge by many of us; I sincerely have no idea why. I WISH I could give at least a quarter of what they give to the benefit and welfare to complete strangers; the strangers they consider family.

6. When I'm heading towards the gate of the school, I have to cautiously walk the furthest away from any clusters of desperate panting girls trying to throw me their candidates' brochures or pictures (seriously, why would I wanna be carrying those inside? I already know whom I'm voting to! Plus, they won't allow them in anyways! But there are some cute innocent faces that try to give me their uncle's pic, or their aunt's neighbor's son-in-law or whatever's something! I cannot help but give them a wide smile and gently reject their offer. Honestly, I don't think the hassle and the mess of the elections should be forced on children at such a young age, but that's beside the point...

7. Okay, this is new! This year some restaurants have been encouraging people to vote by having special offers! Like what Elevation Burger is having today! They are offering a FREE MEAL to those who voted! Also, The Chocolate Bar is offering a free hot chocolate. What's not to love about a free offer, eh? ;P

Here's a shot of my tasty free meal! Thanks Elevation Burger! :D




8. I have no idea about you but I don't usually get out of the house much. I'm what you'd call a homebody "baytootiya", so I like to explore some new places every now and then, and have new experiences. So, a special event such as elections (which is something that doesn't occur on a daily basis) is worth the visit. I love to take my camera and just shoot some thrilling moments as they happen while I fight my way through the real licensed photographers; it always makes me feel ALIVE!

9. The general over all feeling of patriotism. I don't really consider myself a patriotic person, but I'm Kuwaiti; I cannot help but be in love with my beloved motherland. So, listening to the radio or flipping through TV channels (even browsing youtube) and catching those happy old time patriotic songs will always lift up my spirits and instantly make me happy!

10. Last but not least; The over all feeling of competition! Again, I don't really consider myself a competitive person, but sometimes I catch the bug and I find myself tuning in eagerly awaiting the results. Sometimes, I even might cheer up for the winning team (more like the ones I want to win, I mean!). It's not always "cheerful" as we know! But! I'm trying to keep it positive as I said! ;P

Hmmm... what else? I'm pretty sure there are much out there that I've missed. I shall try to add some if I recalled any.


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So, yeah, I have so many stuff I loath about elections as I initially said, but for a change, let me not lament and share a more pleasant take on the election day! ;)


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What about you? What stuff do you find yourself enjoying about elections? :)

  

Thursday, February 2, 2012

ليش يسمونه العرس الديمقراطي؟



أنا ابي أفهم شي: ليش كله يقولون "العرس الديمقراطي"؟ منو المعاريس بالضبط؟ الكويت العروس يعني؟ انزين منو المعرس؟ المجلس؟ و الشعب شنو؟ المعازيم؟

من وين و شلون طلعت هالتسمية بالضبط؟

ودي أحد يقول لي...

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الحمدلله صوتنا و توكلنا على الله بإيده الخير و الصالح (مو جني صرت عيوز؟؟ P;)





انتوا صوتوا؟؟

ترى اللي ما صوِّت ليلحين بايدك الفرصة إنك توقف بوجه كل العذاب اللي شفناه، بإيدك أنت التغيير! لا تقول صوتي ما يفرق، ما أدري منو أصوت له، محد يستاهل، أدري كلنا لاعت جبودنا و ملينا من الوعود و غياب التنفيذ بس منو اللي بإيده التغيير؟ مو إحنا؟ فكر شوي، ديرتنا أمانة الله برقبتنا، حرام نخلي بعضنا يخرب و يفسد و احنا ساكتين و لا معطينه الجرين لايت! اي! بعدم تصويتك و سلبيتك أنت تساهم بالفساد و تأخر التنمية . 
علشان جذي، لازم تفكر بالله ، ثم الكويت ،  و بإذن الله نشوف كل خير :)


أحلى دعاية شفتها خلال هالفترة :)

Make that Change: VOTE for KUWAIT 2012!!!




It's February the 2nd.

Time has come.

If you're Kuwaiti, over 21, then today's your chance to make a difference by practicing your constitutional given right: The right to VOTE.

I know, we've had it with the one-step-farward-ten-thousand-steps-back, the cloud of misfortune and corruption has bestowed upon us for years. With each election, we've kept our hopes high and wished for a better future, yet, things never seemed to change for the better. Most people have lost hope and a lot of them might not even be voting today. Do not be one of those.

I can see how hopeless they've become, I can relate, only when I remember that by doing so, we're only turning our backs on what really counts: Kuwait's right to PROSPERITY and GROWTH.

Do we want to turn your backs on our beloved Kuwait???


I don't! That's why I'm lifting my head up high and keeping it positive. That's the least I can give back to the precious land I proudly call "home". Never lose faith in Kuwait.


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So, are your still turning your back on Kuwait???

Check out this genius ad, and change your mind:





So, go on! Get that little piece of evidence of what makes you who you are, a PROUD KUWAITI, and go MAKE A DIFFERENCE, your vote counts!


Don't forget to choose "wisely";

VOTE for KUWAIT!


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فاصل فكاهي


مع انه ريحة بعضكم فاحت حييييل و لوعتوا جبودنا ، بس هم بصوِّت!!!




P.S: What do you think of the picture on the top? It's my contribution to Ansam's beautiful little campaign encouraging people to vote. I'm really interested in what you think of my photography! :D


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NEW FEATURE: Story in a Pic: "Oh, GET A ROOM!!!"





They say a picture tells a thousand words. Well, I just saw this over a friend's Facebook wall and left the comment below:


    • A few minutes prior to taking that shot:

      Boy kisses girl on his left. She pushes him away disgusted. Boy decides to kiss the girl on his right instead. She gladly kisses him back. Girl on the left seething with newly formed jealousy: "Oh, get a room!!"

      *SNAP!*

:P

What do you see in this picture? :D


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NEW FEATURE:

This little attempt in story making has inspired me to create a new series (or feature) to this blog, and name it "Story in a Pic", where I'd post stories about what I see in some pictures. Readers are much obliged to add in their share of story thoughts! 

So what do you think about this idea? Will you participate? ;D 


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