After that, we had to wait around 1 and half hours, during which we saw around 10 beggars, most of them children in the age of 6 to 13, and two older ladies carrying small babies.2 hours were enough to remind me of the Lebanese horror story and this is not a story like “the American Horror story”, it isn’t about ghosts, witches and dead people.Discover gay singles looking for meaningful relationships online on Guardian Soulmates.If you are new to online dating or want to find out more about the online dating scene then check out the Soulmates Blog for great tips and advice.If I were you, I would visit Lebanon every now and then for Holidays, It is nice to keep the girls in touch with both their Lebanese and Filipino roots, but I would never consider settling down in Lebanon.Ideally, I would live somewhere in North America, Australia, or possibly Europe. I enjoyed looking at Lebanon from your perspective.
How many Lebanese did you see without the cigar between their fingers even if they don't smoke. I have a lebanese colleague who always dates older women.
It is a story about poverty, chaos, fear from violence from the outlaws, religious discrimination, corruption, injustice, selfishness, militias and a war zone…
a place where there are many rules, many laws, but no-one capable of enforcing these laws.
It is true, the Lebanese girls are so beautiful and my conversations with non-Lebanese aren’t the only trigger for this stereotype.
Here is a video from the first episode of the first season of “How I met your mother” where Barney Stinson speaks about Lebanese girls.