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pre-marriage or pre-engagement relationship for that matter.Too many of us go about our already complicated romantic lives in dark corners, and away from the watchful eye of our Facebook friends.It all boils down to a condition that a friend of mine very cleverly coined: "Bade yeha w tfou 'aleya syndrome." She stares at you from the bar; you look back and flash a smile.Suddenly her eyes roll so hard, you suspect she sees the front of her brain.But it's not just our families that are the culprits.Tiny subcultures we belong to preach prejudice about people outside our tiny social bubble, too. Say no to political/religious/cultural echo chambers and find true love. See where your sexpectations connect and diverge, and decide whether to move forward accordingly. Your over-worked and under-paid Before Anyone Else (BAE) gets a job offer from the petrol endowed Gulf, and you know they're going to take it.Any profile who address those topics will be banned. We at Narcity Media use Google Analytics to better understand our audience.
You enjoy the same music, you have similar politics (more on that later), and you adore his/her sense of humor. You add them on Facebook and you discover that you have at least 50 mutual friends. So you are left with a choice that flashes before you like the neon lights on Jal el Dib highway: take a chance on human-of-your-dreams apparent, and find yourself in an ugly cesspool of gossip somewhere in this tiny city (maybe two bars/sheesha places up the road from you), or..on to hopeless dating scenario number 2.Permutations of the scenario stream through your relationship, or more accurately, your situationship."I like you," they say in so many words, "but I need you to stand at 24.2992° N, 54.6973° E, until I give you a secret signal to move forward." We have all been on either side of that conversation in this never-ending reproduction of power plays passed down from your "ex push-and-pull affair."We live in a place that not only houses many religious minorities but also many shades of political belief.The base to any successful Lebanese man: try your best to always curse at anyone and anything, be silent and mysterious when at dinner but very loud when you're drunk, act uninterested in 70 percent of the things you hear, bully at least two people per day, and sit with wide open legs (no knee-on-knee unless you're in cigar mode).Most importantly, however, ALWAYS discuss the Buckets and buckets of gel, wax, gel-wax (it exists), keratin, hair bath oils, paste, tonic, spray, and mousse (does anyone even use that anymore? So adorable to see those men leave the salon thinking they each have the most unique haircut/hairstyle where as in fact, they all look like something blew up on their heads.
An honorable mention to Audemars Piguet for making some progress with the Lebanese man in this aspect.