We’re not the only ones eli yt.hawoshoon bil5aleej

After last week’s housha between Kuwait & Qatar, it’s good to know we’re not the only ones fighting like kids in the gulf.

I guess people love Nadia in Zwarat 5amees

I have to admit, even though I post a lot about mosalsalat Ramadan; I rarely watch any. The only exception is Zwarat 5amees, which I’ve seen a few episodes of so far.

The show started with Thnayan and Mouza having the most perfect marriage ever, even by western standards, and not by lowest of the low Gulf standards. It all changed in the last few days. It seems that Thanyan is falling in love with his sister in law, of all people. Come on, ma legait elah Nadia!!

I don’t know about you guys, but for me, the love between Thnayan and Mouza is already over, if he’s willing to cheat (or as people put it, he already has) on Mouza. Cheating with his sister just makes him an a**hole, as well as a big time cheater.

Anyways, it seems that Nadia had a few supporters of her own. Have a peek at the picture to get an idea of her brainless idiot bunch of supporters.

Old posts about mosalsalat Ramadan are here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.

Ramadan Kareem مبارك عليكم الشهر

Ramadan kareem to everyone with my best hopes of an easy and peaceful fasting

مبارك عليكم الشهر و تعودونه كل سنة انشاءالله

I leave you with this Emsakiya, which I got from Gulf Bank


Really cheap Air fairs to Bahrain

I might go to Bahrain for a day tomorrow. I was checking out the flight prices, and it turns out Wataniya and Jazeera offer the cheapest deals.

Check out my previous posts about Bahrain, here and here.

BP Posts a Huge Scary U$ 17 Billion Lose

British Petroleum has been facing financial problems ever since its Gulf of Mexico Oil leak disaster. However, even the most negative of analysts did not predict such a huge lose. And this is only for the 2nd Qtr of the year. We still have another 6 months to go.

The spill has costed more than BP U$ 32 Billion so far, and has costed BP’s Chairman his job. BP’s CEO, has been confirmed to step down from chairing the Multinational Conglomerate.

All of the above is bad news for Kuwait, since we’re old shareholders of BP ever since the 1950′s.