I never see a lady with Superman clothes And Yes, I never want to see ladies with hijab!So, it is possible to ignore them Cos it is unreasonable.if there is a God and why did not create people with clothes.Why he is always making mistakes, when the people break rules, why he need to write a new book?etc..etc...
Gimme a couple of years and I'll invent the perfect, androgynous, God who will answer all your questions - instantly! No waiting period, no sacrifices to appease... none of that yeehaw. I have even thought of a name for it. This new God will be known as, Google !!!
Oh, man! Any idea which God is in most demand these days? I would like to go and pray to him so that by some miracle we don't end up with another Superman Returns, because I'm NOT sitting through that again!
Oh man... me neither. Superman Returns CANNOT return!
At some point Man of Steel was starring a method actor named Bruce Lax. I really thought that could save us from Returns. But Bruce went on to a higher level project and is now filming Pooper, the prequel to Dunger. So, now I too say we needs a miracle, master K-Rum.
Bruce Lax is awesome! I mean, whatever the guy touches makes sh**loads of money! From what I've heard, he was all set to play Lax Luthor before his role was unceremoniously given to actor Peter O'stool instead - who incidentally was all set to play Pooperman's cousin, Poopergirl's biological dad. A bad move by the producers; letting Bruce go, because then he later went on to star in this year's splash, A Good Day To Diarrhea Hard - another successful, albeit weakest installment to the Diarrhea Hard series.
Odd that some people would dress up in a gender-defying (that rabbit-paw stuffed down the panties front doesn't count), too tight Spandex suit, and roam the streets thereafter for all time to come. But aren't we glad they do? What a crazily beautiful collection of crazy, beautiful people. Damn, this our planet can be saved, and they will make it happen, like it or not.
As always, an exceptionally well-chosen and tasteful collection, Khuram.
I will, but it's not yet available here. May 17 is the official release date. Say, how come that these things are so easily accessible in Dubai, even when international release dates are still some time off? Maybe I'm daft, but these punks in the censorship department in Dubai do seem to me to make a rather lousy job, letting it all slip into the street before due time and to an audience (me) much surprised by the hurry?
As with movies, music albums are often released here days, sometimes weeks prior to their "official release". Take Iron Man 3 for instance: Official U.S. release date: 3rd May 2013. Limited release (for private viewing for royal families and special invitees only) in Dubai, coinciding with the Paris premiere: April 14, 2013 Official release in Dubai, 2nd May 2013.
Random Access Memories was released here two or three days ago.
Say, Khuram, what causes your hay fever in Dubai? Being in the desert and fronting the sea, I would have thought it must be a low-risk area for hay fever sufferers. Since the pollen in the air here are nearly killing me, I seriously thought about moving to a place less exposed, at least for part of the year. In my mind, Dubai should have been such a place. Ok, I could move up into the mountains here; it is said that above 1'800 m above sea level, there is little, if any, pollen. But then, what's to be found up there? Stones. Rocks. Rubble. Pebbles. Ever more mountains and snow and ice and whatnot. A bleak retreat for sure.
I wish I knew... maybe then I'd be better prepared. My guess is that it's from the tons of imported flowers and grass planted all across the U.A.E. Along every sidewalk, in every villa, on the balconies of all major skyscrapers... irrupting your nostrils... violating your nasal cavity... sniff, sniff. Let's change the subject, please?
Mountains? In Dubai?? Okay, allow me to put things in perspective: Hold out your middle finger. Done? Good. Now imagine that is a Swiss mountain. Now look at the small pinky toe on your foot - that our so called mountain. Best of luck running away from hayfever!
There is one mountain resort, however, it's located in Al Ain, and known locally as Jabel Hafeet. The government is promoting the heck out of it for reasons unbeknownst to me. It's a nice place to visit during winter.
Haha! I meant to refer to the mountains of Switzerland; the sand dunes in Dubai really couldn't do the job.
I'm afraid you're on the right track when you suspect all the grass and imported flowers as being the reason for your woes. Especially since most of these botanic devils have been tampered with in laboratories in order to accommodate their new, demanding home. Our own bodily system doesn't seem to be able to catch up with these novelties on the greengrocers turf.
I don't mean to be a pain (and therefore surely I am), but are these allergies confined to giving you a runny nose, itchy, reddish eyes and a dizzy head? Or does it go any further? During these times, do you experience difficulties with certain foods, which, at other times, do not give you any troubles? Stomach/belly cramps, diarrhea? Or other unusual symptoms?
Sorry to be so persistent, but since I'm on a quest to find out how to manage all these discomforts best, any input from fellow sufferers are of real value to me.
Me, as a true dairy child, living on yogurt, cheese, milk and stuff, have, on Carols suggestion, taken all of it out of my diet. And it seems to do me some good. Considering that even our car (parked outside), is covered all in yellow pollen each and every day this year, I seem to suffer less than I did in recent years. Just hope it will hold up. If not, than I'm in deep shit again.
No belly cramps or diarrhea... but yes, all the other symptoms are there - the unusual ones that I've suffered so far has been extreme body pain, waking up feeling like you've swallowed a bucket of sand, palpitations, and the occasional nose bleed, but that's probably from all the sneezing.
As I refuse taking any kind of medicine, so visiting the doctor is a definite no no. The only way I manage allergic rhinitis is by eating, a lot! And drinking lots of warm milk as well.
I wouldn't know what medicines could/would be helpful. And doctors are usually God dammn fucking imbeciles anyway, so yes, not worth visiting one just to make him/her any richer. And yourself poorer in pocket and spirit.
The extreme body pains, that bucket of sand, the palpitations - that's interesting. I didn't mention them, but they are part of all my symptoms too. I promise, if I'll ever be able to make sense of it - and learn about a reliable remedy - you'll be the first one to hear of it.
Thank you for taking the troubles to answer all the questions I had no right to ask in the first place, Khuram.
Yes, milk. Nothing soothes a sand caked throat better than a glass of fresh warm milk. That and... oh I forgot to mention: Johar Joshanda. It's a type of herbal tea and supposedly great for coughs and such. My Mom swears by it! Tastes quite nice when mixed with karak chai.
And of course you have every right to ask me, B. Unless, you don't consider me as your friend.