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My parents would be out, or they would be sleeping or something, and as soon as the phone rang, I would run and pick it up. To me at the time it was really glamorous, and I wished I could talk like that without cracking up violently, but I just couldn’t.
Now guys have apartments, but they still have to be relatively wealthy to have their own place. I remember asking my girlfriend, “What is he talking about?
And you wouldn’t want to give out your home number to three guys in a row, anyway, because you also had to give the illusion that there was only one Khaled — or whatever his name was. My older sister was a teenager in the Eighties, and she and her friends would just, like, hang out at record stores. It was just, really, a lot of giggling, and then a lot of “You’re the moon! She had started maybe a year before me and was much more savvy, much more sophisticated, more womanly than I was. Lebanese women were considered more seductive, you know, they were easier to get.Cruising wasn’t as hardcore as it was in the Nineties. When cruising started, every time you left the house, it felt like you were trespassing on male territory. And to this day she talks like that when she’s on the phone with a man. You’re almost thirty, like, when are you going to stop talking to guys that way?If you were two girls in one car, you’d have a train of men following you in cars to your house. If you gave a guy your phone number, you were taking a huge risk, because if your family found out, you know… My father was terrifying, we nicknamed him “KGB.” My parents did their graduate degrees in Moscow, and he had this special way of interrogating people when he met them. So there was always this element of fear to phone dating — for me, anyway. He would usually call once or twice a day, when I came back from school in the siesta hour. ” and I’d say, “Hello, you’re calling me at home, where do you think I am? It’s this, like, infantilized, Marilyn Monroe voice.In this blog you will find information mostly about the Kuwaiti society as well ...Expat Chicks in Kuwait A group of expat chicks living in Kuwait blogging about their experiences in Kuwait.