20.6.12

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تنستعيد شوي تاريخنا:

بلّشنا بالسهرات والحفلات نعمل مطارح V.I.P ما في يفوت عليها إلّا يلّي صرلو بيّو كم سنة بيسرق بهالبلد، قلنا منيح...

بعدين إجاتنا السيارة الV.I.P ...  يلّي بصفها الفاليه باركينغ بكل حنان على مدخل المحل... بينما ما بيتردّد يعربش على شي رصيف أوعلى سيارة تانية بس بدو يصف السيارة العاده... كمان قلنا منيح...

بعدين إجتنا الخادمة الV.I.P ... يلّي بتجي من الجنسيّة الفيليبينية أو الأفريقية تتحكي فرنساوي مع الولاد... بينما الشعب العادي "بيكتفي" ببنغلادشية أو سيرلانكية بأحسن الحالات... كمان قلنا منيح...

بعدين إجتنا الشرموطة الV.I.P... هيدي  يلّي بتجي بتغنّي... كمان قلنا منيح...

بعدين إجتنا البيسّين الV.I.P... هيدي بتدفع أغلى شوي تتسبح فيها، بس على القليلي بتعرف إنّواللّي بفنترو فيها V.I.P... يقال  إنّو فنتورتهم بتشفي من جميع أمراض الجلد والحلق...

وهلأ إجتنا السينما الV.I.P يا عيوني... مقاعد جلد فحل مذبوح حلال، وصينية كافيار متصيدهم فلاديمير بوتين شخصياً، وشامبانيا على نعنع.

يعني شو بدنا نحكي. إنو خلص يعني قرفتونا بالV.I.P وهبلكن. بتعرفوا شو ؟ هات تنعمل بلدين: لبنان عادي ولبنان V.I.P.
وإذا بدّك تروح ع بلاد الV.I.P بتقدم طلب فيزا سياحة أو هجرة.


كان عبالي أوصفلكن شوي كيف بتكون حياة اللبناني الV.I.P بلبنان الV.I.P ولكن بتركها للمرّة الجاية إذا حبّيتو هالبوست.

تبقو خبروني

34 comments:

  1. great post guys...absolutely true...keep it coming

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  2. Bravo! It was the right time to talk about that!

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    1. Bravo! it was the right time to comment! :)

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  3. Vip, Vvip, Ellite, Chrome ... and later on ... Carbon fibre or Toom extra sections!

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  4. Very Important Post

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    1. Very Important Comment from a Very Important Anonymous

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  5. Ou3a yseer fi Toom VIP! Nice post :)

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    1. yeah we're actually preparing a VIP section in the blog lol

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  7. ... a lebanese girl in Paris metro:
    "eh bass bi dubai it's better, they have a vip section in the metro
    so u can pay more in order to avoid taking the metro with the indians, the pakistanians and the others..."
    (first: Bitch Please! Pakistan has a nuclear bombe, in lebanon we don't even have electricity),

    Yes in dubai, there is a vip section in the metro,
    but in Paris there is not, and there will never be a vip section in the metro,
    bcz the metro is a PUBLIC transportation, and when it comes to PUBLIC, there is nothing called vip or normal,
    when it comes to PUBLIC transportation every body is the same;

    I can understand the idea of having vip section in a PRIVATE event,
    bcz its PRIVATE and people have the right to do what ever they want in their PRIVATE stuff,
    but when it comes to PUBLIC (PUBLIC transportantion, PUBLIC health, PUBLIC eduction) everybody is equal, these are the basic principale of life.

    bass akid in lebanon, the world PUBLIC doesn't exist, everything is PRIVATE,
    and PUBLIC services doesnt't exist and won't exist bcz the people we are voting for, maintain these PRIVATE companies...
    that's why life in lebanon is so expensive..
    and that's why X has to steel from Y in order to be able to pay Z who's steeling in order to pay Y....

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    1. Great Comment..
      If a minority of people only try to absorb what u have wrote and take a sec to think it thru.. then we could be on a very long long road into enlightening silly ignorant people living 1.in lebanon and 2.abroad (honestly to me these are the worst kinds.. since they think they know better due to being exposed to different cultures). I live abroad and im exposed to lebanese and different nationalities.. honestly.. i run as far away from MOST lebanese as i can. usually people when they meet fellow citizens are happy, excited with gooz pumps.. well for me i sometimes feel disgusted.. and sadly ashamed.. and the post above along with ur comment might be stereotyping.. although i dont encourage stereotyping.. but im gona have to agree and stereotype that 99% of lebanese in and out of lebanon consider themselves above everyone else and some VIP (Very Ignorant Person) ..

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    2. ... and once again, ToomExtra "manbar l 7orriya"...
      7asset 3am betfecho khele2koun lol
      keep on criticizing wrong things in our society, and let us all make it change!

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    3. You have no idea 3an fashit el khele2:) i sometimes tend to become aggressive on some friends if they do anything "VIP-ed" ..haha.. akh.. bass badna toulit saber la nshuf wein waslin..
      Good job in all the posts btw.. :)

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  8. i found that the "sex worker" part is so vulgar and doesn't reflect the blog image, you are adapting a popular tone of voice but not a vulgar one
    second the "domestic worker part" has a very racist connotation
    just saying
    keep up the creative post

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    1. My dear yara,
      thanks for your comment, but let me clarify these 2 points:
      - the prostitute thing: in this blog we post the way we/people speak. And we call a cat a cat. I'm sorry if you found it vulgar of offensive, i didn't mean any offense.

      - the domestic workers part: i think you misunderstood me lol i'm denouncing it! i'm caricaturing it!

      & thanks for reading us anyway!

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  9. touche..nice summary of life in Lebanon..all those stuffs come from the same thing "EL TEFCHIKH"..sadly

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    1. eh oui... thanks for reading us and commenting!

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  10. I always say that Lebanese people will eventually suffer from a "محن" overdose; well I think you made it clear that at least it's gonna be in VIP mode, metel ma hal balad l te3ben byestehal, ma3leh ma tensa eno ne7na swissra l share2... Shara2ouna walah...

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    1. lol
      we're tefchikhet el char2 iza chi...

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  11. Kello bi Lebanon sayer mfakkar 7alo VIP. 3ashu?

    I like this post. It lets off some steam - although I am certain you could have written a much longer tirade.

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    1. Thanks :)
      and yes, actually i wrote a paragraph about the VIP Lebanese life in the VIP Lebanon.
      I may post it later on, as a part 2 of this post.
      cheers!

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  12. Awiye ktiiiiir!! And it's so true! :)
    Reema Ishak

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  13. VIP? Didn't you notice we're already in VVIP mode? Just see that on the ads of every concert. VIP is sooooooooooo depassé!... Leik wayn ba3dkon!

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