Good evening you lovely Sharmers. Hope you enjoyed last weeks blog on the intrepid Brits doing Sharm. Awesome to see a few more of you heading back here and trying to keep the old place going. I think Colin and his better half are now back in chilly old England but I see Calamity Jane is still kicking around the place have you seen her latest video? After a few Yes, they drink the guys started talking about their women troubles and asking for some advice.
Latest NEWS. Wednesday September 18, CAIRO — 25 June While Egyptian classic films, trying to emulate reality, mainly focused on couples loving each other, ending up married or dying trying to reach that noble goal amid fierce obstacles, perhaps film makers of the obviously decreasing romantic films have concluded that marriage nowadays is not a happy destiny anymore. With the emergence of the idea of creating Facebook closed groups to include men or women only, each of the two sexes started to feel freer to express themselves. On Facebook groups for MEN ONLY, numerous posts can be published a day for a man whose wedding date is nearing, asking other experienced and inexperienced men for advice. To be objective, disputes between married couples were always portrayed in Egyptian classic films, mainly in a funny way.
This guy will always talk about the gym, will consider the gym the sun that his world revolves around, will have a topless profile picture on Facebook and will consider the highlight of his day the time spent at the gym NOT the time he spent with you and you deserve better. Joe Cool: Now this type is the funniest and easiest to spot. Being cheap will take you nowhere man. Too much of something is bad enough if I may quote the Spice Girls.