No. I’m biodegradable.

During the latest episode of “min 7a22ik” on otv that tackled the homosexuality subject with good guests but a cheap title, the host Dania Husseini not only showed lack of professionalism and research for her episode, but also a lack in culture overall as she said “biosexual” instead of “bisexual”. Walaw?

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Here’s a link to the first part of the episode where she used the word.
http://www.otv.com.lb/beta/v/episode/%EF%BB%BFمن_حقك_-_الأربعاء_04_آذار_2015_-_الجزء_1_-16834

While you’re away

I miss all the details, especially the stupid ones.

I miss teasing you in the morning putting my freezing feet over your warm ones.

I miss you getting angry at me for cluttering your room with my stuff.

I miss your omelets and how you get mad when I add salt.

I miss how we have to agree on what we should wear whenever we’re going out just because we always buy the same items.

I miss going to Ikea with you to buy a candle and ending up buying a living room.

I miss how you’re always hungrier than I am, but manages to eat less than me.

I even miss doing laundry with you. Sometimes I rearrange my arranged sock drawer just to hold the pair of socks I stole from your house.

I miss the airport and the airplane, I even miss the rude flight attendants and the inedible plane meals, just because they get me to see you.

I miss everything about you and I miss you.

“Michel Aoun” junior, Alain and Sarah Aoun’s son, will be straight when he grows up.

While listening to an interview with Sarah Aoun, Alain Aoun’s wife, on Fame FM the other day, I discovered that there’s a vaccine that prevents the homosexuality disease. Apparently, the Aoun couple has vaccinated their baby boy, Michel, with it.

“Our son won’t be be gay for sure, hehe”, Sarah replied when asked about the possibility of her son being gay when he grows up.

Sarah added that she has gay friends and she doesn’t have a problem with them as long as they are not with their friends or significant others, because she can’t stand seeing something or someone “not normal”.

To listen to this part of the interview click here.