Friday, August 25, 2006

Wedding in Dahieyeh

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's lots of fun to wollow in misery!!
Living in denial is a wonderful thing. I wonder how many of these people were passing out sweets on July 12????

Anonymous said...

Mabrook.

Anonymous said...

Is that a band-aidn his chin?
The image's pretty small.

/ majki

Randah said...

to the first anon, how is celebrating a wedding inspite of destruction wollowing in misery?
I think it's inspirational.

Walid said...

To the first anonymous - it's a lot more fun to wallow in other people's misery, whcih is what you seem to be doing ...

Anonymous said...

What's my name?

Where am I?

Am... I... anonymous?

Please, No!

One day I hope to be a leprechaun...

...you know... a spritely dwarf!

Anonymous said...

No anonymous dwarfs allowed.

Move along.

Janice Penino said...

My Dearest Walid,

I like your picture very much. Please send a life size picture of yourself to the following address:

Janice Penino
Director, Human Resources
Late Show with David Letterman
212-975-4734

Looking forward to recieving your life size picture Walid!

Yours truly,
Janice Penino

Ryanoceros said...

Late Night TV Sucks

I'll just lay that blanket
down there and leave it at that.

ryanoceros said...

so i didn't mention any names.
my dearest janicesises.

Civicus said...

Life goes on and Lebanon is reborn from it's own ashes.
Alf Mabrook!

Anonymous said...

I admire you lebanese people with all your lovely traditions and your extraordinary capacity to create happiness in a world like this. that makes you invincible. viva lebanon!
fi

Khaled said...

alf mabrook

it is truly an inspirational picture...

To first anonymous... what a miserable little twat you are!

Philip I said...

New post

You cannot teach a donkey to play the piano!

Lego said...

Where have u been? u ok?

Anonymous said...

You haven't posted in something like 4 days now...are you ok?
I really "enjoy" reading this blog, though i guess that might sound weird.
Please don't stop writing.

/ Majki (swe)

ohcanada said...

where are you? I think you and the guy from the Lebanese cafe have run away together - neither of you posts anymore! Oh well. I miss you both - I enjoyed your posts. All the best.

Anonymous said...

I suppose edb is still at the wedding...

samida

gabrielf said...

wellweddıng or not lıfe seemsto rıse pretty easıly ın thıs f***-* country!!!!

Sietske in Beiroet said...

Don’t forget to mention the photographer ! It is a picture taken by Wael Hamzeh, of EPA. My newspaper used this image to head one of my articles.
You can see it here: http://sietske-in-beiroet.blogspot.com/2006/09/war-what-war.html

Tarek said...

What I like most about the Lebanese people, is their ability to overcome any tragedy they have.

Joe said...

Try going to Naplesweddingcatering.com

Joe said...

Try going to wedding catering