Apparently they’ve put this ad in a Lebanese newspaper the day after Trump’s inauguration with the caption “The world has gone nuts.”. I wish we get this kind of creativity in Kuwait, but then again, many would have issues with this.
It is beyond me why an Academy would ban male shorts in campus but a couple of guys decided to do the one thing no one thought of, wear skirts. They look more like Scottish kilts to me, so the guys don’t look girly at all. Ironically it worked, they wanted to prove “Skirts Let Anyone Pass”.
It’s interesting to see how active Facebook is in Kuwait, most people say it’s dead and/or they’ve moved on to twitter and instagram. I’ve noticed Kuwaiti accounts are either very inactive or slightly active while expats accounts are fairly active. Out of the entire arab region Kuwait was the only country with a decrease in Facebook penetration (-14.3%).
This is intriguing because Kuwait is also happens to be most active country in the arab region on instagram. The hashtag #Kuwait was used more than 6 million times, way more than #uae, #saudi or #qatar. I guess Kuwait is quick to move on to the next trending social platform and abandon the previous one.
Yes it does look visually stunning, that was the first thought that crossed my mind. W-Motors is a Beirut-based supercar start-up wants to make the most exclusive, luxurious and advanced hyper cars in the world so they started off with LYKAN, a twin-turbo, six-cylinder, 750 horse power monster. It costs $3.4 million and it’s reported that only 7 will be built.