Egypt: The Place Where Logic Comes to Die

You never really get used to living in Egypt, even if you’ve lived here your entire life. The country never ceases to surprise you -both in good and bad ways. One of the… Continue reading

The Subliminal Messages You Received as an Egyptian Child

I love coming up with theories. It’s both a blessing and a curse. I can’t control it. I see things, and I just decide to investigate. It’s probably why I majored in journalism.… Continue reading

The 4 Dumbest Egyptians You Will Ever Meet

Throughout your journey as an Egyptian, you will run into a lot of idiots nothing but idiots. But some idiots stand out more than others. Some will dazzle you. Some will make you… Continue reading

Why Cairo wants you to get fat (Part 5)

Ladies and gentlemen, I’d like to announce that this is my last post in the “Why Cairo wants you to get fat” series. It’s not that I’ve run out of ideas; I just… Continue reading

Why Cairo wants you to get fat (Part 4)

When I decided to write a series of posts discussing why I think Cairo is trying to make us all fat, I thought I’d write three posts max. The surprise was that I… Continue reading

Why Cairo wants you to get fat (Part 3)

I’ve written two posts so far about why Cairo wants to get its citizens fat. So far, I’ve talked about dieticians and outings. In this post I’m going to discuss what inspired me… Continue reading

Why Cairo wants you to get fat (Part 2)

In my last post I talked about how dieticians in Egypt suck and actually cause people to gain weight rather than lose it. This time, I would like to tackle another problem that… Continue reading

Why Cairo wants you to get fat (Part 1)

Egypt has an extremely high obesity rate. It’s not much of a secret. Walk around and you’ll find men proudly displaying their big bellies, otherwise known as their kersh. You’ll find overweight women… Continue reading

Part Two: 10 more internet things Egyptians need to stop doing

After my blog post about annoying internet habits, I came to the happy realization that I was not the only one bothered by other people’s actions on the internet. Needless to say, I was… Continue reading