Fair enough but THAT would a concerning turn of events
Seems like a bit of a drag, eh?
I don’t know what you all are talking about. Every car on here (save for the Saab 9-5) DOES look old, outdated or aged... that doesn’t mean they don’t look good. They do, but they certainly don’t look new
This is a very difficult and unfortunate situation, but for me it wasn’t a choice; in order to travel back to the states from the UAE, I had to register my thumbs and irises with the gov so they can “confirm my identity”, because of my American passport and my underage-ness. I had literally no choice in this, give up… Read more
Before you come, remember it’s only as exclusive and money-money-money if you can afford it. If I had control over the damn house I would even let another oppo stay! Although actually Beirut is good. It’s the party city #2 of the Middle East, other than Dubai... the Lebanese are pretty crazy and surprisingly… Read more
I know right? I tried rewriting that a million times before I just said ah screw it, he’ll get it!
Please forgive me. I don’t kinja often.
Well, same. I was born here (that’ll suck when I’m running for President!) and moved away for a few years but I’m back now. It’s changed a lot since I was last here in 2011, so its probably changed A LOT since you were here!
I would much rather live in the states, but it’s a nice city overall. I can’t say about the rent since I’m 16, but I can definitely say most things cost more here than in the states. Not all things; you can get a bottle of water for 1.50 Dirham, or roughly 50¢. Same goes for sodas and stuff.
Well, sort of... my parents did. I’m 16. This isn’t my first time living here, though. It’s a nice city and all, but it’s no USA!
Texas kid here, so yeah, screw Oklahoma. Nothing good to come out of it except one basketball team