Blunt Messages from a People Fed-Up But falling back on their Egyptian Humor

Published February 7th, 2011 - 09:55 GMT

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“Go away I want to get married”.
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Mubarak for dummies.
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“You’re going means you’re going, DO IT so I can go take a shower”.
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“Go away, I miss my wife. Married just 20 days”.
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“Now with hieroglyphs maybe you can understand, GO AWAY”.
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'Go away, my wife wants to give birth and the child has no wish to see you'.
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 'Association of Egyptian carpentry asks Mubarak: what kind of glue are you using?'. A super adhesive they'd like to know about, surely.
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Image 1 of 13:  "Association of Egyptian carpentry asks Mubarak: what kind of glue are you using?". A super adhesive they'd like to know about, surely.

'Go away I've lost my voice, go away my arm is sore'.
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'30 years of corruption, Get Out'. If a red card doesn't say it best, what can?
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Image 1 of 13: "30 years of corruption, Get Out". If a red card doesn't say it best, what can?

'We don't want you. I wrote it in Chinese because he doesn't understand Arabic'.
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A burnt car filled with garbage sports a sign reading, 'National Party Headquarters'.
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An Egyptian man is holding a placard that reads 'A photo with the president'. (Photo by 3arabawy - صَحـَـفي مِصـْـري.)
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Image 1 of 13: An Egyptian man is holding a placard that reads "A photo with the president". (Photo by 3arabawy - صَحـَـفي مِصـْـري.)

Maybe the language of computers in 2011 would do the trick: 'Move to recycle bin...'
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An increasingly frustrated and tired people running out of stamina but maintaining a wicked sense of humor, the Egyptian protesting camp still wait out their Leader's much-called-for departure, injecting a wry humor into their appeals to him to get on with it and leave them to rest. Literally.  The following signs are clips of Al Bawaba's favorites.

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"endless Wars for Israel, " come one, israel are not at war with egypt. read your history before posting comments like that. you are just as bad as fox news. you must be american

Anonymous (not verified) Tue, 02/08/2011 - 13:44

He s not talking about Israeli wars he s talking about the USA s endless wars to aid Israel. Doh (read it)

Acid Loonie ! (not verified) Wed, 02/09/2011 - 13:03

Good for them to laugh. Unfortunately, the US and Israel will keep him in power. The US always supports endless Wars for Israel, it all started nearly a decade ago under a false flag attack.
9/11 and Israel, here:
http://www.iuniverse.com/Bookstore/BookDetail.aspx?BookId=SKU-000190526

Larry (not verified) Tue, 02/08/2011 - 11:57

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