Sunday, February 26, 2006











ليه وكل حته بروحها باشم ريحه النيك
تقولش باتناك بقالى من السنين ألوفات
طيب أقول ايه وقدامى وورايا نيك ..
ما عادش فى ايديه الا الكُس أُميات

القصيدة لـ نجيب سرور – من شعراء النكسه – اشهر ما كتبه "لزوم مايلزم"



انتبهت مؤخراً أن الكثير من المدونين العرب يستخدمون كلمات مثل
( fuck ), ( Bitch ), ( ass )..
بكل سهوله , و منهم أنا طبعاً ... مع ذلك لم اجد مدونه واحده تكتب كلمة
( neik )* , ( sharmota ) , ( teez )
سواءاً من المدونات باللغة العربية أو الانجليزية ...

تناقض؟
يمكن.

لأننا نسمعا يومياً في التيليفيزيون, في الأغاني, في العاب الفيديو بالانجليزية لدرجة اننا تآلفنا معها و لم نعد نراها ككلمات اوفنسف , على عكس المرادفات العربية لها؟
ممكن أيضاً .

خوف من حجب مدينة الملك عبدالعزيز التي تقرأ اللغة العربية فقط؟
لا أظن, فالملاحظة تشمل المدونين الغير مقيمين في السعودية.

ما رأيك أنت؟



* وجدت مدونه واحده استخدمت جملة ( bneek emhaaa )
لقراءة نص "كس أميات" الكامل (محجوب في السعودية)
لقراءة نص "لزوم ما يلزم" .. طويل جداً, ملهم جداً, يستاهل القراءة جداً

Posted by SaudiEve at 7:39 AM

10 Comments

  1. Blogger cozy posted at 8:06 AM, February 26, 2006  
    hmm yeah thats right sometime its just easy to say it en english bel 3arabi its like 3aib ehehehe
  2. Blogger Saudi Future posted at 5:11 PM, February 26, 2006  
    I think its easy to swear english/arabic with friends, but relatives and families almost impossible! Internet, heh, too easy, kos omk, uh ya sharon. Many do that too, rather stupid!
  3. Blogger ordinary girl posted at 7:25 PM, February 26, 2006  
    well, swearing is bad regardless the language but it's true things are easier in English. not only swearing but also speaking and writing.. English itself is an easy language thats why i guess!!
  4. Blogger Devilish posted at 11:05 AM, February 27, 2006  
    We r just degrading ourselves day by day . . .

    Ordinary girl, I think psychologically English does seem easier coz it’s the language of everything advanced. We have to admit that Arabic is struggling with the new wave of technological terminologies. …… Just imagine in the good old days, back when we had an empire across three continents, the Europeans used to send their kids to Arab countries for studies ! lol ….. we r at the down fall of history right now, actually @ the rock bottom of it.
  5. Blogger taqo posted at 3:35 PM, February 27, 2006  
    Yea, I think it definetly has alot to do with the media. bs kamaan..those words dont sound as 3eeb as they do when you say them in arabic. Plus, they can have different meanings..depending on how you use it in a sentence.
    Think about using the "F" word in arabic to describe something..it wouldnt sound right, at all.
  6. Anonymous Hani posted at 1:45 AM, March 01, 2006  
    I don’t think it is about being an easier or harder language!
    It is just about getting used to it… the swear words in English were too forbidden to use in the early centuries, but now they are common. As you said, we hear them in the media almost everyday till we go used to them in English… we say “$hit” whenever something touches our nerves, don’t most of us do?!

    The thing is about getting used to the thing, remember when first Nancy, Roubi, Haifa… appeared on TV with their clips for the first time? They made a chaos in the Arab world, but now, it is very usual to see an Arabic singer doing almost a striptease show… like what was her name?!

    Recently, some Arabic movies started to use Arabic swear words in the script, like “Yadon Elahia”, “Bab il Shams” and few other movies…

    In simple, it is just about being a habit.
  7. Blogger Kol!ta posted at 10:04 PM, March 03, 2006  
    هو تناقض مضحك و مؤسف.

    هناك نوعين من الناس, أناس يستخدمون هذه الكلمات بدون فهم لمعناها الحقيقي و أخرون يعرفون معناها تماما لكن نفسيا يشعرون أنه لا بأس في قولها بالانجليزية لكن بالعربي تكون نفس هذه الكلمات خط أحمر و ربما يستغرب إذا سمع الكلمة التي قالها قبل قليل هو بالانجليزي.

    شيء نفسي!
  8. Anonymous Anonymous posted at 4:14 AM, March 28, 2006  
    Bonjour Eve,


    this sounds like a big problem isn't it. well it is not. i am sure these words are being used by everybody is private performance. because people like to play with many images. one is the image they show in the Masjid and with Al-3aila. they other is left for the "banat" of qairo and casablanca. i think young Sa3udis i know are not quit. they say it right and loud. Ask prostitues in Tunis. ask "3ahirat Bariz wa london".
    people have any faces. they can spray shit all over.
    would any one translate: www.fuckthesoth.com.
    Salut, Kadem
  9. Anonymous Anonymous posted at 4:20 AM, March 28, 2006  
    Bonjour,
    sorry the URL in earlier post is: http://www.fuckthesouth.com/
    it is about AlAmrikan. but shange the south to any region...

    Kadem.
  10. Blogger Badr posted at 6:32 PM, June 09, 2006  
    you got blocked in saudi arabia, only to gain twice as readers in egypt, opression never works, not with bloggers anyways.

    of course you are aware of that google trends thing....KSA became the joke of the world, especialy the arab world.
    (try gay boy sex, in google trends)

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