Please excuse the choppy image. It wasn’t really a suicide attempt more than it was an attempt for the sheep to free itself not knowing it would likely end up dead. The sheep ended up with a hanging leg and that stopped it from jumping right off causing havoc in the streets.
Just a great video to bring up a smile to start off this weekend. Never have I seen a historical figure with such an authentic personality such as Ali during and after his time. This clip was part of a candid camera where kids say what would they say to Mohammed Ali if they ever met, half way through he pops up.
I don’t think I’ve seen a millionaire this humble before. He’s been cleaning Bahrain streets for over 10 years and his story just got viral a few days ago, which comes to show he wasn’t doing it for fame points. This sadly reminds me of the huge amount of people that trash Kuwait and think it’s totally okay because someone will clean it up later.[Source]
This video is just hilarious while also ironic. Ironic because what happened was a guy took the wrong side to bypass the car infront, which happens on a daily basis to everyone in Kuwait. The angry car driver was so angry but so confused after he saw the punching bag it was just too funny.
Unless you’ve been living in a cave, you now know that iPhone users are finally going to get to enjoy the big screen Android users have been enjoying well over 3 years. Although I’m not a big Samsung fan I couldn’t help but laugh at how ironic Apple’s situation is right now.
It reminded me of how when most of the iPhone users defended Apple’s small screen size because it was common sense (ad below), since the thumb can’t reach the full distance of a bigger screen. Even Apple’s pretty sure it’s common sense, well they apparently lost they’re common sense altogether by releasing a 5.5 inch iPhone contradicting everything they worked hard to build.
I really doubt Apple would have released this device or even considered making it if Steve Jobs was alive today.
Although pouring ice and water on yourself isn’t the best idea to show support when you have people starving for water all over the world, it has bought a lot attention and millions of dollars in an effort to find a solution for Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) disease that affects nerve cells and eventually cause death, there is currently no cure for it (more on ALS here).
The idea of the challenge is to either pour a bucket of ice water on yourself or donate $100 to the organization, many celebrates (almost everyone actually) has taken part in the challenge, some donated $100,000’s. Below are the videos that were done in Kuwait, although there should be ice in the bucket guys.
On the other hand there’s..
For those that only hear about Wasta but haven’t seen or experienced it, this short video draws a pretty accurate picture. A person can’t get what he wants, throws in a phone call, everything changes. The actual talk of the ‘wasta’ asking staff to sign the papers is replaced with singing in the footage.
I like how the reporter calls it “the largest playground”. I like trampolines but unfortunately they aren’t big in Kuwait, I only know of the small trampolines at Sharq Park. These however are a bit scary, but in the very unlikely situation the ropes rip apart, the people will sink inside the cave.