Silly Silly World

SILLINESS smacks you in the face - everyday! Here, I would like to archive some of the silliness I encounter..and which makes me smile. Happy Silly read!

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Friday, February 24, 2006

When the Wife Opens the Door to an Apartment ;)

Here's something amusing, sent by our good friend Strav.

I am living with my family in a Salmiya building for the past 10
years. Last year the building was transferred to a new owner and he
has made a new agreement with every tenant with an increase in rent.
Last week, the building watchman (Harees) demanded everyone submit a
photograph of each tenant's wife, which he in turn will hand over to
building owner.

Please note that all our passport copies + Civil ID copies are with the owner.
Is it legal for the owner to demand the photo of the tenant's wife?For the last 10 years this has not been requested. Why is it required
now? I have enquired of my colleagues and no one has handed over their
wife's photograph to the building owner.

Excuse me?

When the Goat and the Beast ... what the hell?

*Silly Girl shakes her head in disbelief.*

Here, take this unnatural act against God and goat!!

What a poor poor goat! Don't they have a Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty Against Animals in Sudan??

This fuck face actually deflowered a virginal goat and thought he would get away with it.

A Sudanese man has been forced to take a goat as his "wife", after he was caught having sex with the animal.

But the wise elders of Sudan had a better plan. He was to be united with the goat forever after.

They ordered the man, Mr Tombe, to pay a dowry of 15,000 Sudanese dinars ($50) to Mr Alifi.

"We have given him the goat, and as far as we know they are still together," Mr Alifi said.


Monday, February 13, 2006


This man needs help and there is no one to turn to.

The cheeky vandal and thief not only commits his crimes, but sends his victim messages, which mock him for his helplessness.

And the police aren't doing anything. Nothing. Zilch. Nada.

A BAHRAINI man claims he has been taunted by an anonymous vandal and thief who has not been caught by police for over six years.

He says the man mocks him every time he strikes by sending a message to his mobile phone.

In his messages the victim says that the man challenges the highest authority in the Interior Ministry to try and arrest him.

A vandal with balls!

Sunday, February 12, 2006

Arab Molests Iranian

What's wrong with wankers like this grandfather?

A grandfather is being questioned for allegedly molesting a 10-year-old schoolgirl and purportedly giving her Dh11 to touch his private parts.

The Dubai Public Prosecution charged the 57-year-old Arab accountant, identified as I.A., with molesting the Iranian schoolgirl.

bla bla bla

He said he had gone with his grandchildren to the mall to spend some time.

hehe .. starting them early, I suppose?

Saturday, February 11, 2006

From Mannequins to Sex Dolls

Remember how Bahrain's sex-starved youth used to stand outside shops and droll over the mannequins.

The youth of Ras Al Khaymaih in the UAE have discovered another obsession, according to Gulf News.

Department inspectors seized a doll from the shop.

The shop owner, during questioning, confessed to the officials that it was "good business".

He said the dolls were rented for a day to clients, selected solely on the basis of recommendation from previous customers.

He said his teenage clients were willing to pay a sizeable amount for the "facility"

Hehe .. now the Saudis will have to come up with something to beat this. Come on guys. Get a life!

** Thanks Strav for the tip!

Friday, February 10, 2006

Cartoon protests 'must be peaceful'

Of course they should. Those people say so but others obviously have a different agenda.

"We'll try not to make the division grow bigger and we'll work on strengthening relations.

Division? huh? Between whom??? And strenghtening relations? With whom???

Silly world indeed!

Danish Car Attacked in Bahrain


Another masterpiece from today's GDN.

TWO men attacked a Bahraini woman's car with a metal rod as she parked at Seef Mall. The 23-year-old student said the Arabs got out of their vehicle and began verbally abusing her before damaging her vehicle and running away.

I don't see why the Arabs attacked the car.. was it Made in Denmark? Did it boast a red and white flag? Oops .. the Bahraini flag is also red and white.

Thursday, February 09, 2006

Nutters Come in All Shapes and Sizes


Thanks Strav for the tip. Here's another moronic act, too difficult even for a silly mind to comprehend.

Gulf News reports:

Ras Al Khaimah: A man, who said he had to keep an appointment with George W. Bush and other leaders on the moon, gave Civil Defence the jitters because he wanted to leap from the roof of a building to reach his destination.

The 38-year-old Indian climbed to the roof, shouting to people to clear the way to the moon because he had to meet the US President.

I rest my case.. Why are there so many nutters concentrated in a small geographic location? Beats me.

Excuse me .. Can you spell sexual harrassment please?


A silly world indeed .. here's an example from the US.

"He doesn't know those things," she told The Enterprise of Brockton. "He's only 6 years old."

Try explaining this to perverts maam!

Planning sickness over a holiday ...


It can't get any better.. With government employees clocking more than 20 days off since the beginning of the year (hey, we're only in February), some decide to add more insult to injury.

Here's a piece from Bahrain Tribune:

2,000 sickies issued in a day

About 2,000 people were granted sick leave at Bahrain health centres on Tuesday, Ministry of Health sources told the Tribune yesterday.
“While an average of 60 such certificates are issued at each of the 23 centres daily, more than 400 were issued at Al Razi Health Centre in Manama alone on Tuesday,” sources said.
Assistant Undersecretary for Training and Planning, Dr Fawzi Amin, admitted this might have been the case. “The number is very high but it doesn’t seem unusual. There are a lot of people who plan to fall ill before a long holiday. There is generally a lot of extra sick leave issued every Wednesday and Thursday as well,” he said.
In this case, those who managed Tuesday off have, in fact, come up with a five-day holiday.” However, he said health-centre doctors were not authorised to allow more than two days off.
Dr Amin said the ministry was monitoring the sick-leave issue. He said that all health centres had been instructed to include complete information in sick-leave notes, especially the diagnosis and the physician’s name.
“The purpose is to monitor doctors granting more leave than others so that remedial steps could be taken.”

Yemeni Soldier says he is above the law in Bahrain

Here's another offending article, which appeared in the GDN.

It drew a smile on my silly face.

Here's the offending bit:

The hotel security manager, who did not wish to be named, said the man was hysterical when he restrained him.

He said he called the police and an ambulance for the woman, who was in a lot of pain and bleeding.

"The man was saying how proud he was for being Yemeni and working for the BDF and continued to say how he is not scared for doing what he did because he knows that he will be set free for being a soldier," he told the GDN.

hehe.. of course he is. Who in Bahrain can challenge this?

It is the first time I am stabbed .. indeed!

Reading newspapers is a daily ritual and a great source of inspiration for me.

Take this article which appeared in the Gulf Daily News today, for instance. I really didn't know whether to feel sorry for the poor man or fall off my couch laughing.

"After he stabbed me I blacked out and fell to the floor," he said.

"This was the first time I have been stabbed.

"It was for trying to stop an argument, so I was shocked.

"In this world it is very difficult to live. If you try to help someone they will harm you in return."

hehe .. like people don't and shouldn't get stabbed to begin with .. so what is the point of saying first, second or last?