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postedbyYousef

I just got this in an email. Click on the picture for a bigger version and read the articles! Funny in a weird way 😛

Thanks Taymoor

 

This entry was posted on Thursday, November 19th, 2009 at 2:34 pm

10 Responses to “Kuwait’s front pages 20 years from now”

  1. Bo9ale7 says:

    LOOL in funny in scary way. what if we become this for real !!! LOL

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  2. Bo9ale7 says:

    its funny*

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  3. Summer says:

    Loooooooooooool!!!
    that would never happen!!
    or at least I hope not:S

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  4. LOL! thats SOOOOOOO FUNNNYYY!
    Add me to the eamil list! ahahahaha
    walla every single article is hilarious! especially 600 pgs AHAHAHAHAH

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  5. mohammad says:

    عيب و ما يجوز .. ندخل الاحاديث النبوية الشريفة
    بصور مضحكة و كراكتيرية مثل هذي

    شووف فوق اعلان الكولا ..

    حسبي الله و نعم الوكيل على الي سواها اذا كان يقصد الاستهزاء بالاحاديث النبوية

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  6. kwt23 says:

    it says on the paper that it costs “1 darahim” … PLEASE DONT change the Dinar… Also, I like this although i think 20yrs from now the exact OPPOSITE will happen…

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  7. 3azeez says:

    that already looks like everyday’s news paper… just on a bad day where all le7aya on the front page at the same time.

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  8. Sn3a says:

    a3oth bellah
    l shar barra o b3eed!!
    allah efokna men l tashaddod wel mo’3alat fe l deen
    more is less

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  9. Shaikha says:

    hehe thats so funny,
    khsosan al khorafi’s statement, thats so him!
    aseel al awadhi haha

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  10. AGWAF says:

    That very well explains the vision of the liberals.
    It’s a very smart way of getting their point across!
    Although what I see is more news about the UAE and less about Kuwait in our news pages 20 years from now.
    They’ll be building our schools and hospitals for us.
    The political Islamist-liberal tug of war will die out eventually.. Or so I think

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