الخميس، 25 مارس، 2010

ودي




ودي اطلع من الدوام والشوارع تكون فاضيه
وارد البيت والقى الكل طالع
و البس ملابس بيت مريحه وانفش كشتي واجابل التلفزيون واشوف فيلم من افلام اللي بالعاده اتطنز عليها من  طقه هاي ميزوكال
والمكيف شغال والصاله بارده
وقبالي طاسه كبيره  ايسكريم فانيلا وفوقه بترسكوش


ابي جذي


بس اللي بيصير

بطلع من الدوام والشوارع زحمه
واول مارد البيت  بلقى واحد من العمال يا يصلح الاصنصير يا يسوي شي يعني بتم بهدوم الدوام لين يطلع
واخواني مناشبيني على الصوفا اللي احب اقعد فيها بالصاله  
والصحن  قبالي بدال الايسكريم بيكون سلطه او شوربه




هاف نايس ويكند :> 

السبت، 20 مارس، 2010

Happy mother's day

صباح الخير ...
قمت الصبح أعجل بهالمطبخ عشان أسوي حق أبوي بريكفاست ان بد بهالمناسبه
ولأني ماعمري سويت بانكيك وطلعو 2 خوات طلبت مساعدته ومسكين في النهاية أهو سوا ريوقه بروحه وسوا ريوقي أنا بعد ههههه

مو خوش مفاجأة... لا تسوون سواتي p:


البان كيك طلع لذييذ ... حياكم الله معانا بس أقولكم من الحين اللي يبي رح يصب البان كيك حق روحه هههههه


هابي موذرز داي والله يخليلكم أمهاتكم و عيالكم ان شاء الله
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الجمعة، 19 مارس، 2010

جمعة مباركة

اللهم ياخير من سُئل
وأجود من أعطى
وأكرم من عفا
وأعظم من غفر
وأعدل من حكم
وأوفى من وعد
وأسرع من حاسب
وأرحم من عاقب
وأبر من أجاب

اغفر له في هذه الجمعة المباركة كل شيء
واعطه في الجنة من كل شيء
يــــــــــــا حي يــــــــــــــــا قيوم
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الأربعاء، 17 مارس، 2010

my new hobby

هوايتي اليديده اتسوق من اغراض خواتي

حمره من اختي الصغيره
تاج من الثانيه
 كفر بلاك بيري وهلم جرا

طبعا ماخذ هدوم لان ماكو شي قدي وبين مقاس 18 و 10 فرق وايد كبير

المهم
وانا اتجول بين الغرف ادور صبغ اظافر بيبي بنك كنت لامحته عند وحده منهم  جان عيني تعرجب ببيبي بنك من نوع ثاني... ساعه ديور الماظ




اختي ام حسون كانت زايره الاسبوع اللي طاف وناسيتها عندنا 
خشيتها بيدي 3 ايام وما سالت عنها
والقاعده تقول الشي اذا صاحبه ما سال عنه 3 ايام راح عليه

بالنهايه علي بالعافيه واخيتي معوضه خير ان شاء الله

اصلا يايه على ايدي بالضبط :**

الثلاثاء، 16 مارس، 2010

To all twilight fan...eclipse trailer offically out



وايد مبجر اني اشوف تريلر حق فيلم بينزل عقب 3 اشهر
بس الظاهر بروحي احس بهالاحساس لان اغلب الريدنغ قروب مالي كانو ناطرينه ومسوين خبه عليه



بالنسبه لي احلى  تقييم انكتب عن هالسلسه وتقريبا يخلص رايي بالقصه نفسها
 it seems this book has received massive amounts of acclaim, but I never heard of it until I decided to watch The Dark Knight. A preview for the movie Twilight came on and mentioned that it was based on the best-selling novel by Stephanie Meyer. Since the preview looked good and I prefer to read books before seeing the movie, I picked up a copy.

Now that you know why I purchased the book, I should also mention that I'm not necessarily the target demographic and haven't been for a few years. But that doesn't mean I don't enjoy the good YA fantasy fiction book every now and again. (I've been called a perpetual teenager on more than one occasion.)


I'm going to try and keep this review as spoiler-free as possible. In case you haven't already gathered it from other reviews, or the book description itself, Twilight is about a young girl named Bella Swan who moves to Forks, Washington and finds herself in love with a vampire named Edward Cullen. The climax of the story happens when a vampire who doesn't abstain from feasting on humans, as the Cullen coven does, decides he wants Bella. Up until this point (first three quarters), the novel progresses at a moderate, but not lagging pace and then instantly picks up.


The book itself is a rather easy read, however, the characters seem somewhat shallow. Bella is supposed to be an honour student, but behaves exactly the opposite. Edward, who has been in existence for more than a hundred years, should be more intelligent and far wiser than is portrayed in his character. Armed with this tidbit about him, Meyer had plenty of room to play around and mold him into so much more, but never truly took that opportunity.


In fact, after finishing the first book (I've read both Twilight and New Moon), I wondered what a century old vampire might find utterly attractive in a seemingly average 17 year old girl, besides the fact that she smelled delectable, could pick out a common tune by Debussy, and had a penchant for identifying the mitotic phases of an onion. Even Bella herself wonders the same thing and makes it plainly obvious by asking almost every other page what this magnificent Adonis can possibly see in her, which became rather tiring.


(On another note, I'm still trying to figure out how any person with dark circles under his eyes and lavender eyelids can be likened to Adonis. It could just be me, but the way Meyer described their features, I couldn't help imagining a well-fed crack fiend half the time.)


While I don't understand how the love between Bella and Edward can be so true and deep as made out in the book, considering they only knew each other for a few months, I can understand how Bella formed such a strong attachment to Edward: he saved her life on more than one occasion and, in a sense, has become her personal Superman. Is this right thinking? Dunno, but I guess constantly saving a girl who can barely walk without tripping does equate to being inexplicably lovable.


By the end of the novel, I realized that Bella's character, though stubborn, was unbelievably insecure--more so than one would expect from the typical teenage girl--and Edward, arrogant as he can be, used this insecurity to his benefit (whether consciously or not), thus causing multiple crises of conscience for "putting [her] in harm's way".


When one really steps back from this novel and looks at the entire scope of it, the true dysfunction of their unhealthy relationship is obviously apparent.


Plus, Meyer's overuse of the word incredulous began grating on my senses, not to mention all the glaring, whining, cringing, grimacing, and her overwhelming need to append a "he said" or "she said" to almost every bit of dialog that transpired. (Surely, even truly young minds are able to keep up with the general flow of dialog). And let's not get started on the editing: You know the editor was asleep at the wheel, or either non-existent, when there's a glaring grammatical error within the first ten pages.


But, despite all of that, I enjoyed the book. Meyer is a wonderful storyteller. There was a cliffhanger at the end of each bite-sized chapter pressing the reader to continue on, if for no other reason than to see whom else is glaring or grimacing at whom. The story also had a light-hearted comedic edge which played in its favor.


Rather than feeling as though I were trudging through a heavy piece of fantasy fiction, I was able to let my mind relax and float into the story as if I were watching some strangely intoxicating reality show about a clumsy teenage girl and a thoroughly confused vampire. In the end, despite their flaws and not fully understanding their logic or reasoning, I even enjoyed the characters Meyer created.


This is a novel you should pick up when you just want to shut off your brain for a little while and escape reality. Basically, you shouldn't try to read this novel with too serious an eye. Ideally, it should be read while curled up in your most comfortable outfit eating your favorite snack with the lights dimmed, and television and phone turned off. *


الاثنين، 15 مارس، 2010

hello..my name is bent el deera and i am addicted





صراحه هاللعبه ادمان
اعدت اكتشاف الفيس بوك فيها ههههههه 

وطايحه فيها طيحه
ما غير ازرع واحصد واكود بهالنيبرز


طبعا جزء كبير منه اني اشتغل بالحكومه وماكو شغل


بس حتى لو في شغل ينطر لعيون مزرعتي

لعبتو هااللعبه؟؟ اذا لعبتو قولولي تكفووووون شلون اطلع من هالادمان

الأحد، 14 مارس، 2010

غصب بتدش بالنار لوووول

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هالايميل وصلني ومت من الضحك... في ناس عقليتهم جذي ربي لا تبلينا

السبت، 13 مارس، 2010

My NOT so favorite book




I read it

I laughed at some sentences

I thought about some concepts

I agreed with some facts



But still

NOT my favorite



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الجمعة، 5 مارس، 2010

Finally !!!

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الثلاثاء، 2 مارس، 2010

His name is Khan... and I'm so in love with him

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