To test your intelligence:

  • If can find 0 – 5 faces –  Lazy
  • If can find 6 – 7 faces – Normal
  • If can find 8 – 9 faces – Very Normal
  • If can find 10 – 11 – Smart
  • If can find 12 – 13 faces – Genius

I tried and figured out 11 faces 🙂



So Guess where do you think I am? 😉


One of my favorite dishes in winter (wala mo bas winter. all the time) is ma3adas. Today i asked my mom to prepare us ma3adas with margoog which was fantastic esara7a! when i was eating it i was wondering if the margoog is still a live in our generation? is it still one of the kuwaities top dishes? My wife’s opinion was: Yes it is still known.

UPDATE: Just got an sms from mom telling me that she made the margog ! o fog’haa chum zafaaaa !! 🙂

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We were just done taking pictures for this post when we saw this KDD vending machine right outside the scientific center. Has it been done before by KDD? coz I think it’s a cool idea and should’ve been done a long time ago.

Thanks HKR



I just read on Q8BlackMarket’s blog that Hackett has just opened a branch in the Avenues phase II. I only discovered this brand recently and I really like their shirts.






Been thinking of buying a mobile for a very long time now (proof), I was thinking of buying the new iphone so Mishary kindly lent me his 1st gen iPhone so I could try it out. I loved the iPhone, one of the best mobiles out there and there is nothing wrong with it.. except when you wanna write an sms while driving.. Coz there were a couple of times where I was on the verge of breaking the car’s window with my fist and throw the mobile infront of my car so I could run over it. It drove me crazy. But other than that, I loved the iphone 😛

So anyway, My brother bought me the Bold as a birthday gift and I’m yet to put my sim in to try it out.

P.S. Mishary I’m gonna need your help. Expect one long phone call from me 😛


If you’re one of Grendizer or Kabamaro’s fans I think you are going to like this video since these are the men behind the voices 🙂





1.Fine: This is the word women use to end an argument when they are right and you need to shut up.

2.Five Minutes: If she is getting dressed, this means a half an hour. Five minutes is only five minutes if you have just been given five more minutes to watch the game before helping around the house.

3.Nothing: This is the calm before the storm. This means something, and you should be on your toes. Arguments that begin with nothing usually end in fine.

4.Go Ahead: This is a dare, not permission. Don’t Do It!

5.Loud Sigh: This is actually a word, but is a non-verbal statement often misunderstood by men. A loud sigh means she thinks you are an idiot and wonders why she is wasting her time standing here and arguing with you about nothing. (Refer back to # 3 for the meaning nothing.)

6.That’s Okay: This is one of the most dangerous statements a women can make to a man. That’s okay means she wants to think long and hard before deciding how and when you will pay for your mistake.

7.Thanks: A woman is thanking you, do not question, or faint. Just say you’re welcome. (I want to add in a clause here – This is true, unless she says ‘Thanks a lot’ – that is PURE sarcasm and she is not thanking you at all. DO NOT say ‘you’re welcome’ . that will brg on a ‘whatever’).

8.Whatever: Is a woman’s way of saying @*&^%$#!&

9.Don’t worry about it, I got it: Another dangerous statement, meaning this is something that a woman has told a man to do several times, but is now doing it herself. This will later result in a man asking ‘What’s wrong?’ For the woman’s respo nse refer to # 3.

And an an honorary mention of our own Kuwaiti word that parents used to say when we were young and needed their permission to do something. No good can come after hearing this word… the infamous… “Y9eer khair.”

Thanks M


Right after finishing from Prime and toast (previous post) I went to Soug wajif in almubarakiya. Soug wajif or Soug alhareem (Women’s market) is an old Kuwaiti soug where usually women would sit and sell traditional and women stuff.

Before going in I stood and took some pictures of the entry. This guy pictured above started hiding his face and asked me loudly not to photograph him. When I came closer I asked for the reason and he said “I don’t think my face is nice enough to be photographed.” I laughed and tried to convince him that there was nothing wrong with his face.. and we started talking. I asked him about the Soug and for how long he’s been working here.

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I went to Prime & Toast with a couple of friends the other day based on the many praises I’ve heard about the breakfast at this place. I’ve been to the place once before for dinner and I liked it, but since I don’t like breakfasts much, I went with low expectations.
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Simply I LOVE THE IDEA! its a new way to learn math: 70% milk + 20% dark + 10% white chocolate = 100% Hum Hummm 😛

Want it? Click HERE to order it, it gonna cost you around KD 5.5

Thanks Ahmad


Since I don’t know much about football, I asked my cousin for his opinion and here is what Fawaz thought:

“I think that the game was played today by our team without a real target of winning in mind, because this game had different circumstances surrounding it; the opening game of the cup, the ban being just lifted and the fact that it took place in Oman and that the Omani team is considered a serious contender to win the whole cup. All of this led the Kuwaiti team, again in my opinion, to want to come out with a nil-nil outcome. This is based on their performance on the first half, However, The way they played, especially on the second half of the game gave them (and us) great hope and confidence to play better the next time around and for the other teams to reevaluate our national team.

The substitutions that happened in the second half by Mohammed Ibrahim went accordingly with his strategy and plans; to sustain the team’s performance to wrap up the game and still end up in a good shape.

Now, when it comes to who played the best and who lost many opportunities, then it is Bader alMutawwa and Ahmad ajab, respectively. And the man of the match, in my opinion, is Nawwaf Alkhaldy, our goal keeper, who defended his goal and held his own in spite of the many shots that came toward him.”

And another friend thought:

“in any other game the performance of Oman’s Ali Alhabsi would be ample to earn him the game’s man of the match, But surely was out shone by the impressive display shown by Kuwait’s number one stopper, Alkhaldy, who put on a sensational string of saves that are truly worthy of man of the match accolade. The goal keeper not only kept his side in the game but kept a secure feeling that had the back four faulted he would step up to the challenge.”


gulf cup 19

Click HERE to visit their official website.

Thanks Sulaiman




Can’t live with this !

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My friend bought me a dozen of this vanilla ice cream some time ago for me to try. I did try them and took pictures then forgot to tell you guys about them. The ice cream is very good and the portion although small, very satisfying. It’s available in Sultan center (I just called my friend to ask about the price and he said “I forgot how much exactly but i think they’re 250 fils a piece”).


The mix totally hit the spot.

Blue Bell


My friend shot this video of the new Nissan Z370, which was under cover and being tested in sheikh Zayed’s street, while he was in Dubai on 18-12-08.

Thanks Talal





Guys what do you think of this ? what is it ?

P.S. From now i can say they are not tablets 🙂


Yes, its towel! 🙂

And once you’ve added some water drops it get expanded.

Its a real towel 🙂


Me and Yousef wish you all the best for the upcoming year, and Guys its also Yousef’s birthday! Yes he’s a lucky guy his birthday is on 1/1 ! 🙂



Yes, it will be opening soon in Mishref near Al-yarmouk studium.