The “Real” Kuwait

I’m sitting here at Mirims house, and we’re remembering our childhoods in Kuwait.  Even though I sit here and complain about Kuwait, I love it, it gave me the best childhood ever and I would NEVER wish otherwise.

I remember waiting the WHOOOOLE year for girgai3an, and all the kids in our fireej going out together and gargi3ing around the fireej.  When everything was soo much easier and so nice. 

And to those who say 3adat oo taqaleed.  Let me remind you what Kuwait used to be.

and eshda3wa .. this is for you 😉

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11 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. zainoba
    Feb 15, 2008 @ 21:54:46

    You should always be proud of ur Nation, no matter where ur from! Cute video

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  2. G and L
    Feb 15, 2008 @ 22:31:22

    bingolikom salfa! my cuzin was in tht one i can see her awww:P oo 6ala3na min bab ilsoor i made eshda3wa sing it for the next 2 days;Pp

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  3. Mark
    Feb 16, 2008 @ 09:29:53

    i have a whole bunch of these videos i am going to start posting next week. Kuwait really was different in the 80s.

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  4. eshda3wa
    Feb 16, 2008 @ 12:54:00

    looool

    *dances*

    awal et7eseeen ako wa6aniya moo 6abi3iya

    i dont think its there anymore!

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  5. Hamitaf La BookaY
    Feb 16, 2008 @ 13:46:20

    aaaaaaaaaaah ya ayam el6efooola…. aaaaaaaah ya ayam gargee3an awal….. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaah 3ala el derareee3 wel 7enaaa….

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  6. Arrowhead
    Feb 16, 2008 @ 14:36:56

    Aaah.. !! *homesick*… 9ij mako 3ala lekwait..!!! They really should reproduce such songs and create new ones.. with these kinds of performance.. really cute kids dancing, different colors everywhere.. some well written lyrics.. with a great meaning.. These days we get the “star” as nabeel sh3ail or the others.. and men preforming the dances.. Do u remember wa6ani 7abeebi and its effect on the society ? it was one of the best patriotic songs from ages.. There should be a new re-born tradition in Kuwait during the Liberation day and National day.. every year they should hold such shows.. so the nationalistic feeling return to the people!

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  7. intlxpatr
    Feb 16, 2008 @ 16:08:55

    Chirp! Those videos are SO CUTE! Those kids are having so much fun! Do they still do these things?

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  8. Chirp
    Feb 17, 2008 @ 09:04:17

    Zainoba – I know! Bas some ppl make me want to slap them upside their heads!!

    G&L – LooL cute!! haha

    Mark – I know (i don’t really remember the 80s) but I hear what my older cousins say!

    Hamitaf – hehehe adryyyy

    Arrowhead – I knooow! 3ajeebeeen!

    intl – They are amazingly cute!!! and so well done! I get goosebumps everytime iw atch them. They don’t do these things anymore.

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  9. Chirp
    Feb 17, 2008 @ 11:57:06

    eshda3wa – its there its there!! bas fy nas ikhaloona ninsa il wa6aniya min their stupid laws and legislations! slaimah it9ek’hum!

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  10. shoosha
    Feb 17, 2008 @ 18:30:29

    imbala they’re doing them al7een mara thanya… ra7 ekoon fee one this year! oo kan ako wa7da last year, ooo 3 years ago laman Bush senior came

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  11. ge6awee
    Feb 20, 2008 @ 14:30:36

    Miss those dayz.. 9ij kan akoo wa6aniya

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