21
May

postedbyYousef

Al Muhallab Mall

From 10am till 5pm. I had to convince the security guard that I have a doctor’s appointment and show him a proof. Yet the girls, even if they’re by themselves, can go in and out with no problems at all.

 

This entry was posted on Wednesday, May 21st, 2008 at 7:15 am

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  1. BloBoz says:

    Welcome to the “Modern” Kuwait!!

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  2. That’s messed up !

    What the hell !

    What about if you really want to shop, or go to the spa

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  3. moh-anna says:

    It’s like this All the time in Riyadh ..

    you’re Only allowed in during Noon time .

    it sucks soo much A**

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  4. BB says:

    ana ma alomhm!
    they are doing this because of FREAKY GUYS who come 2 the mall 3ashan eta7arishon bil girls elli most of them are from el ma3had!!
    o el security can’t do any thing 2 them (I dont know why?!)
    I saw couple of DISGUSTING scenes there and went 2 the management there but they weren’t able 2 do any thing also!
    The same thing happened two days ago in Shamiya Co-Op!
    I saw a 7 boys walking after 5 (monaqaba!) girls (from el ma3had again) with laud laughs and dirty words!!!
    I immediately went to the manager and told him what I saw to take an action right now but he said sorry I can do nothing!!!! coz mako a7ad want to make official complaint 2 the police station!!! WHAT?!?!?!?!?!?
    then he said did u recognize that we had closed some of the elevators? I said no! why? he replied because we caught some people doing VERY VERY VERY BAD things over there!!!

    I know that this is not a solution … but I think that this is the best thing they can do

    :( :( :(

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  5. q8ya says:

    bad guys ga3ad ikhrboooon 3ala the good guys oooo il moshkila some girls like it :(

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  6. 7zaya says:

    Me too ana ma aloomhum. I think that women should be able to shop in peace at least for some hours of the day. Or maybe if they raise the price of parking there’ll be less teenage boys just walking around malls aimlessly and bugging girls.

    By the same token sometimes I feel sorry for these boys because they don’t have enough outlets for all their energy. I mean at least they’re in a mall in front of everyone instead of some shady apartment shooting up with their friends. I don’t know. But I don’t think it’s a bad idea to close off the mall for some hours of the day.

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  7. DVLz says:

    7asafah shalaw el tajneed, hal jeel yabeelah tarbeyia men yed o yedeeed. Awal shay ngare3hom kilhom LOOL.

    BTW most of you guys are talking about ONE QUESTION that is:

    How To Save Our Future Generations From The Invasion of Western Culture?

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  8. jewaira says:

    Unfortunately, if you went there in the mornings you would know why.

    I guess they thought it was the only way to control things there

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  9. HBZ says:

    ana asawy nafsy em3a9ib wanna dash w a7egra .. yel7agny 3 4 meter w ered mokanna 😛

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  10. Evil Knievel says:

    Thats $#%@^ up!!!
    Well … besides the Ciname and Spa in Muhallab there is really nothing to do there anyways … but thats not the point!
    In restaurants … (family sections) OK … but the whole mall?!?!?!

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  11. Yousef says:

    BloBoz wallah mashafaw il modern

    The.toothfairy I think only the Spa, Dentist & diet center appointments can get you in.

    moh-anna I feel sorry for You guys, and I really don’t want for Kuwait to end up like that. No offense.

    BB The security aren’t doing their jobs well, or afraid to do it and they chose the easy way out. ban the guys.

    q8ya ta3jebeeny! some girls like it! o those girls ohma ily ga3ed ikharboon 3al good girls. especially ilmitnaqbat wohma af9akh ilnas.

    7zaya raising up the parking prices will affect the girls too. I’m sick of this generalization and putting the whole blame on the guys alone.

    DVLz The invasion of western culture? we weren’t invaded by their culture, we adopted it. some of us found a balance and some went to the extreme, and being influenced by it is doesn’t mean leaving our own culture and morals.

    o iltajneed mayraby. o widaleel shofaw shkether ily bildakheleya ikhalfoon ilqanoon. o ham Some of the girls need tagree3 as well 😛

    jewaira I went in the morning.. I saw girls smiling at guys and I saw guys having conversations with girls. I know some of the guys deserve to be banned but to ban ALL the guys?

    HBZ khosh 7araka! lol

    Evil Knievel There is no excuse whatsoever.

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  12. Enigma says:

    Oh no! What will the tijari girls do now?

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  13. Yousef says:

    Enigma plan B! every girl pick a guy and go in as a couple 😛

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  14. Mushiba says:

    Well, I agree with DVLz. hal jeel, jeel mathaher o khambiga o mako mas’ooliya. Kil shay mitwafer lehoom o 3abalhoom uhma foog el naas kilohoom. Hathela uhm shbaab o banat el mustaqbal. Allah yaster 3alena o 3ala deratna. Laman achoofhom wallah etheeg khelgi. Lel asaf elnaas ma ta3elemaw min alazmaa.

    O hathy mu bas mishkilat el shabaab bas, el banat meshkilaa akbar i believe. Mako wa7ed yel7ag bent ella etha chaf minha shay. O libshoom hal ayaam wallah mako la 7aya wala mista7a. Elsharha 3ala ahalhoom eli emkhalinhoom ye6le3oon chethy. Ana agool tefa9ekhaw o temashaw ashraf likom.

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  15. pumkinah says:

    all i wanna say is am proud of all of u guys and girls .. who ever wrote a comment shows that there will be always good people ( law khaleyat kharubat !) wenshala we influence them to follow our lead! and get red of bad habits! allah yhdehum enshalah o yhdena more. u know kl hatha coz mako den wla akhlaq ! lel asaf no one cares!

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  16. am says:

    تجنيييييييييييييييييييييييييييييييييييد عشان يصيرون رياييل

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