A reader send me photos of a menu from a juice place in Fahaheel opposite the British School. I found the “For Husbands” section funny.
My friend who was attending a conference in Doha today snapped the picture above. The photo on the bottom right in that presentation is the one below which I shot back in 2005 at the Kuwait Airport. It’s by far the most popular photo I’ve ever taken since it been making its away around the world popping up in different places as an epic fail photo.
I met my friend for breakfast this morning and he told me the funniest story. Last night around 3:45AM he was having trouble sleeping when he heard glass shatter outside his apartment building in Shaab. He then heard more glass shattering so he got up and looked outside and saw some guys breaking into the 5àsec laundromat.
So he picked up the phone and called the cops who replied telling him they can’t do anything about it and that he needs to come down to the station to file a complaint. He was like f it and went back to bed.
A reader caught this spelling mistake on a flyer for a shawerma place. I’d definitely describe that as a “wow”.
Just found out about this blog from GREY. Kuwait Blogs Suck is a blog that pokes fun out of and criticizes local blogs. So if you’re a blogger and can’t handle being made fun of then don’t click this [Link]
Cute. Skip to the 6 minute mark if you don’t have the patience. [YouTube]
I laughed so hard I cried. [YouTube]
If you missed out on the first part you can watch it [Here]
Update: I just noticed the video says part 2 of 3 which means there’s still another one left. I don’t mind a series of ads for the same campaign but I’m not a fan of one single ad divided into smaller parts. This is YouTube, you can release one long ad and not have to worry about the advertising cost…
I’d joke and say this is where the unclaimed Shop and Ship items end up but I won’t since I’d start getting a ton of emails from people asking me where the shop is.
I’ve always wanted to do that but with an Aventador and a McLaren.
I guess these signs are becoming more common at government buildings. The sign translates to “Please don’t ask us questions”.