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Happiness is Being a Kuwaiti

Discuss culture, living, traveling, relocating, dating or anything related to Africa or The Middle East.

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Renata
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Post by Renata » July 15th, 2012, 12:49 am

wow that's great, ... I did the SAT I was gonna go to University in the US FL then I changed my mind. I got 1160 score.
maybe I'll see you in Abu Dhabi next year, or Saudi eeeek lol ... if we're in saudi you're gonna have to be my chaperone since i can't go out in public alone lol & my chauffeur too lol ;)

I wonder what will happen when they see my passport lol ... when I came to turkey no one knew where I was from, the immigration & people still don't understand when I tell them... oh poor me lol
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Post by Jester » July 15th, 2012, 2:39 am

Renata wrote: maybe I'll see you in Abu Dhabi next year, or Saudi eeeek lol ... if we're in saudi you're gonna have to be my chaperone since i can't go out in public alone lol & my chauffeur too lol ;)
haha best idea i've heard in a while

u sit in back in chador

i will sit up in front and wear a chauffeur's cap

Renata
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Post by Renata » July 15th, 2012, 9:22 am

oh wonderful jester 8) ... but I'll wear the hat :oops:

hey if I do go to Saudi will they really get me a chaperone everywhere I go & a driver too? ... I'd sure enjoy that. I know I won't have any freedom of movement unless escorted. Don't mind that much. Security + Driver + Chaperone to hold my shopping bags lol ... hmmm Ladislav really needs to give me the real FYI
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ladislav
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Post by ladislav » July 30th, 2012, 2:59 am

I have already left the region.
A brain is a terrible thing to wash!

ph
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article that refutes this claim

Post by ph » November 8th, 2013, 2:32 pm

While being a kuwaiti citizen sounds and looks good on paper, life is actually a lot harder in reality based on this article I read. Check this out

http://www.paul-kennedy.com/DayInLife.htm

In spite of the benefit, they have a lot of work these average kuwaiti's have to do. Consider whether or not these benefits have meaning to it.

But at the same time, there are tradeoff's as I agree.

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