Well, I just wanted to let everyone know that we have a new student joining us.
Almost as mad as I get when I think about the fact that my sister named him Anfernee.
Documenting the trials, tribulations and sometimes the absurd of navigating dating in Lebanon, light-hearted book "Beirut Knights" lays bare dating anecdotes which are typically reserved only for gossiping with close friends.
Don't have sex in the missionary position, don't have sex standing up. I know, I know, I still need to get the character names in there... If you have any corrections, feel free to drop me a line. Put it in your pocket, I don't want you to lose it. Of course all The Plastics are in the same gym class.
In the name of all that is holy, will you look at Karen Smith's gym clothes? If North Shore was Us Weekly, they would always be on the cover. She is one of the dumbest girls you will ever meet.
“I wanted to make sure the stories reflected the Lebanese society in some way with some kind of relevance.” Illustrating some of the challenges women face dating in a playful manner, one chapter of the book is dedicated to “a date in which everything is colored by politics and religion,” what Najjar says, “is a typical problem in Lebanon.” One section of the book describes a woman who is being introduced to a divorced man with kids, because as her family argues, says Najjar, ‘she is old so she has to accept anything that comes her way” in terms of marriage prospects.