Is this even new? I found this in a baqala in Jabriya somewhere and had a ‘wait what?’ moment. I guess Fico just figured out everyone fills up their Pufak with hot sauce so might as well make a spicy version. It’s actually pretty spicy but don’t think it’s available in Co-Ops, Sultan Center has it.
Considering I’ve owned an LG G3, and an LG G2 before it, it’s on point to say I’ve been committed to the G series until now. Last August I posted about how I started facing touch issues on my phone, but that apparently was the tip of the iceberg unfortunately.
When using the phone it suddenly decided to have a mind of its own and would randomly open apps, close apps and make an uncontrollable mess. The only way around it was to open the cover, remove the battery then restart. At least the phone at that point was working, although not for much longer.
Around a month later after that happened, the Android Marshmallow 6.0 was released, late overdue nonetheless. Updating to Marshmallow was a huge mistake, I had WiFI and bluetooth connectivity issues, my watch stopped connecting to the phone and worse of all the phone crashed and wouldn’t turn on again.
In summary, this has probably been the worst phone I have owned, will likely boycott all LG products from now on until I see they’ve significantly changed their terrible and buggy system, the LG G2 use to be so good, too bad they went downhill after it.
It took me a while to find work done by Bader, since most of the results I get are of Bader al Mutawa the football player. For some reason I couldn’t find his profile on any websites. His art is inspiring and I like his method. I collected some of his art including a tribute drawing of Michael Jackson on the gallery below.
Just when I thought deporting expats over BBQ was overkill. something even more bizarre comes up. Two expats that were cutting roadside plants are set to be deported. Were they doing something wrong? Yes, should they get deported for it? Not really. What happens if a Kuwaiti does it? Gets a tap on the hand?
I appreciate the strict environmental laws that are being implemented, but focusing on halting indoor smoking would be the single largest achievement Kuwait can make to the environment. Rather than worrying about who’s cutting and who’s stepping on plants.[Source]
Talking about this very subject mentions another issue at hand, I don’t even know whether I can freely share my opinion from now on, especially when it’s about something the government is doing. The new approved government laws that regulate bloggers and other authors criminalizing online expression including criticism of the government, religious figureheads or foreign leaders. This law came into effect 2 weeks ago.
I just watched this video and I’m sure there’s more to it than a Yukon with 19 people inside. The car shouldn’t be even moving normally with this much weight. I think there’s like at least 10 people that were hiding behind the car, they would just enter the car and exit from another door.
I posted 10 days ago that I will be getting a classical smartwatch that I was excited about. Well I’ve had the watch for a week now and feel I’ve had enough time with it to write a review. So far the watch has been great, no issues with connectivity, instant notifications and on top of that looking really good.
I was worried the watch would be way too big as some of the reviews had mentioned but the size turned out just right. There’s no way to tell this classical watch actually connects to your phone, tracks your footsteps and gives you notifications. Although it’s worth noting there’s no alarm system.
Notifications, how do they even work? The answer is very simple, you download the Fossil Q app on your Android or iOS device, choose which apps you want to get notified about then pick the color you want the watch to glow and how many times should the watch vibrates.
I’ve painstakingly taken photos of some of the colors the watch glows when you get notifications. I have Snapchat glow yellow’ish, instagram glow green, skype glow blue and calls only vibrate the watch without glowing a color. The watch glows from both the left and the right bottom corner.
Overall I’m really happy with the watch so far. The watch isn’t for everyone, if you like keeping your phone on silent, don’t want a watch that you have to charge daily and love the classical look, then this watch is for you. I only need to charge it for an hour or so once a week.
To see all their models click [here]. Price ranges from $175 – $195, which is about KD 50 – KD 60.
The very first time I wrote about supermarkets in gas stations was 4 years ago. I was passing by to refuel and to my surprise the logo was lit, I asked and it apparently opened it’s door on the 31st of December, that’s 3 weeks ago. I parked my car to pass by and see if there’s anything unique.
The place is bigger than I expected and is also packed with products, some of whom I assume are imported specifically for Trolley since I haven’t seen them anywhere else, things like organic products. There’s also a Dunkin’ Donuts machine in case you want to pass them by for a quick breakfast.
My favourite part is there’s actually a Coffee Bean inside, I’m not a big fan of their hot coffee but I love their white chocolate ice blended coffee. So now we technically have Caribou and Coffee Bean in Qurtoba. I was informed Trolley is also opened in 2 other gas stations, one of them being on the 6th Ring Road.