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Silence pleeeassse! December 11, 2006

Posted by Aella in Culture, Sweden.

Why do Arabs shout so much?
No offence but I find that the Arabic programs are just full of people shouting all the time like AAAAAAAh AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHMIOKHAMSEEEEN AAAHHHHH, whether it is a political debate, a film or a comedy. And when people meet they shout as well. God. I know us Swedes can be a little on the boring side, being a bit too quiet but like all this shouting can just be tooo much! When the TV is on in our house it’s like a cacophony of shouting and screaming.
God, please make people stop shouting!



1. Pia - December 12, 2006

Heh, this is hilarious. Sounds like they re having a fight or something even though it’s just a normal conversation- that is if you can understand what they say.
I’ll fly out on the 20th of Dec if all goes according to the plan. Had to push them agency a bit, tell them I am not totally 100% satisfied, and that this whole visa etc issue is ridiculous. The amount of paperwork is weird, but if that is the way to do it then great. Now that I am going, I will be totally happy and grateful if I still have a job waiting for me there.

2. Sous - December 12, 2006

Oh mabrouk! Great news! In what city will you be and what will you work with?

3. Pia - December 13, 2006

Jag ska jobba med Aramco i Dhahran (i sjukhuset), flyger fran Amsterdam till Dammam, det ska bli trevligt at traffa dig. Vi ses!

4. Sous - December 13, 2006

Kul 🙂 . Har varit i Aramco en gång. See you there!

5. G - December 14, 2006

Omg thats really true, most arabs in general are load.. As a bahraini (a silent bahraini that is) I find it really tough to get a decent conversation with strangers 😥 hahahaha I loved your post, first time visit here 😉

6. G - December 14, 2006

sorry *loud* 😉

7. Sous - December 14, 2006

Haha I did get it was “loud”, dont worry 😉 . Great having u here and thanks.

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