Morsi crashes a funeral with giggles and a gray striped tie
Published August 7th, 2012 - 08:13 GMT
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Trained on the royal protocols , the man did not refuse to work with the Free officers especially Nasser and Sadat. In nutshell I think Mohamed Morsi needs a man like Salah El Shahed to help in his position and to teach him the protocols and how to act as a president.
I suddenly remember Salah El Shahed when I saw the photos of Morsi, our newly elected president , the first civilian to rule Egypt wearing a grey striped tie instead of black tie to mourn our officers and soldiers.
This video was inspired by the AnnoyingOrange. Only, I would argue that The Humble Humus is far more annoying than the orange because The Annoying Orange knows that it is annoying, whereas this sticky and mushy food item has no self awareness whatsoever. There is nothing more annoying that mock humbleness.
Here in Jordan, after we are done with the High School (Tawjihi) dilemma, thinking that we’re getting into something new, which is university; most of us get surprised and disappointed after getting to know it’s not the glamorous world we were expecting.
We continue 4 years of university the same way we did with Tawjihi until the moment of truth comes. Graduates start looking for jobs and they sadly figure out it has nothing to do what they were learning for the past 4 years.
A list of recommend books for this month by a Saudi Blogger. Here's her profile:
"I am a 36 year old woman from Saudi Arabia. My name is Wafa' which means ( Loyalty) .
This is my personal space to vent about my personal f*cked up- excuse my french- life and the world around me specially things happening in my country and society which are a lot"
With a profile like this, imagine the books she's reading!