June 29, 2011 Leave a comment
أغنية عبدالمجيد عبدالله، أحبك ليه أنا مادري، من روائع سنة 1995
…………………. Get your buzz right here!
June 19, 2011 6 Comments
لايفوتكم هالريال النكتة…. الأخ كندي عايش بالسعودية، و يحليله حافظ اللهجات المحلية كلها، من القصيم لآبها للحجاز… لا و قاطله كم كلمة كويتية عالماشي…. دمه خفيف من قللب…. لا يفوتكم لما يتكلم كويتي، تكفون سمعوا “شلونج” و “هلا و الله”…. ياب اللهجة الكويتية بالضبط، و سمعوه يتكلم قصيمي و جداوي…. و لايطوفكم الآذان و أنواعه
Check this Canadian guy out. He does amazing Saudi dialects, and even throws in a few Kuwaiti words. He’s super cute and adorbs, amazing charismatic.
June 18, 2011 12 Comments
WTH is wrong with his parents. Is this a way to raise your kids, teach them to be nasty and intolerant at this young age. They say the kid is Al-So3ood. If that’s the case, then I say let his parents adopt this narrow point of view; and leave the rest of the Saudis out of this nonsense. It’s time for Saudi Women to drive already!
Watch Fahad Al-Butairi make fun of this kid:
June 17, 2011 9 Comments
(CNN) — Saudi women have been encouraged to challenge the status quo and get behind the wheel Friday.
The initiative is called “Women2Drive,” a campaign demanding the right for women to drive and travel freely in Saudi Arabia.
Though there are no traffic laws that make it illegal for women to drive in Saudi Arabia, religious edicts are often interpreted as a ban against female drivers. One female motorist spent more than a week in custody in May, supporters said.
The day was expected to be a test of wills, and authority, between police and the campaign, which has been publicized by Facebook, Twitter and other social media.
June 4, 2011 4 Comments
هذا مغني سعودي جديد و اسمه راكان.. أدري شكله ماهو وايد سعودي، و لكن ألحانه، صوته، و كلماته كلها سعودية من قلب… شنو رايكم فيه؟ أنا عجبتني اغنية يا عنيد أكثر
What do you think of this guy? I personally liked his songs, but have to admit I did wasted a lot of my attention trying to examine his looks. The look is ain’t Saudi, but the beat and lyrics sure are.
May 20, 2011 2 Comments
Rashed Al-Majed’s Elli Lega A7babah راشد الماجد، اللي لقى أحبابه
May 20, 2011 1 Comment
This is one more video from tonight’s charity comedy night at the Dasman Diabetic Center. It’s about guys and girls sharing an elevator ride in Kuwait. There was a whole scene before this vid, but I sadly didn’t shoot it. I’m really bummed out that I didn’t take more videos, but I was way too busy laughing to think about that then.
My review of the night is that it was Hilarious, it rocked. Do it again, and soon.
Mohammad Aqwa, the guy with the goattie in this video was super hilarious right from the start. Basshar Al-Jazzaf & Ahmad Waleed were were a good funny comedic duet; though I did think Basshar was funnier.
We got to see local comedian Huda Ma3rafi, whom was a blast. She was fresh, funny, and light. Her mom was in the audience, sitting right behind us, and she was laughing harder than anyone oat her daughter’s racy jokes. You go girl. Huda Rocks. Sorry I didn’t a video fo Huda’s segment, but I’m hoping she would have a few videos lying around online.
The main reason I went tonight, was for a chance to see Saudi comedian, Fahad Al-Butairi perform live. But, honestly, from what I’ve seen, our local comedians can easily fill up an audience all on their own (no offense Fahad).
Dr. Naif Al-Mutawa, creator and the 99 comic characters. He was there in his clinical psychologist capacity, and not as a respected comics author. Though what he had to say wasn’t a part of the comedy night, it was still enlightening, educational, and beneficial. I loved the way he talked, and I might, just might, go see him in other lectures. He was no boring at all. He’s got great charisma.
I had a lovely time tonight, it was very refreshing, and a complete change from the regular bore Kuwaiti activities.