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7 Nightmares Only Girls with Big Boobs Know..

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Problems girls with big boobs suffer from

IF you’re thinking about having a boob job then you need to read this article.

Yes they look fabulously sexy. But this requires high maintenance; any booby girl i.e. a girl with big breast can relay.

1- Finding the right bra. As silly as it sounds, it’s in fact a true nightmare.   Forget about all fancy, sexy lace, push up or strapless bras.  The truth is, there are very few options and they are not that fancy at all. A girl with big boobs is looking for a true shield that makes her look sexy and move around easily.

There is a thin line between being sexy and looking like a grandma with saggy boobs, or freaking Godzilla with pushup bra.

2- The famous middle button.  Imagine separating a child from his mom, or you’re clutching to the window so as not to fall from the 40th floor; this is the situation when a booby girl wears a button shirt. This middle button is usually open, or torn, as staying folded to the shirt requires a miracle.

3-Floating away breasts. Summer time, sun, and bikinis, all together makes a very tempting experience especially when you’ve got what it takes to fill those cups. However, it’s too risky. Whatever kind of bikinis you are wearing the fear of suddenly finding your boobs floating away in the middle of the ocean, is always there.  Imagine diving into the water, or some strong waves coming, there is always a chance of popping out or slipping down the bikini top.

4- Kiss strapless dresses goodbye.  That’s a red line no booby girl can cross.  Not many people can understand that big boobs can be so heavy that they’d take the dress down. A booby girl everyday challenge is to keep her boobs guarded, fixed in their place and not boobzing around.

5- Heavy to run. Speaking of weight, one of booby girl’s biggest fears is that she won’t be able to run in case of an emergency because of her boobs. Imagine, some serial killer is running after you and you just can’t run. They are too heavy to run with.

6- The Ultimate shopping dilemma. Every time a booby girl goes shopping it’s a big hassle. Very often she would be size 10 at the bottom and 14 for the top. Not only this, what is really annoying when her waist is size 10 but she has to wear bigger sizes just to fit her boobs.

7- Love me for Who I am.  Big breasts are too catchy that’s usually people stare at them all the time. But being in a relation with someone who only sees this part of you, can be very annoying. When a guy loves the boobs, takes care of them, even talks to them, any girl would feel  jealous even from her own body. Every booby girl would raise  a sign saying: “ Oh, baby please, I’m much more than big boobs.”.

One last thing, a booby girl is someone who happened to be born with large breast. Maybe her mom once made fun of her aunt’s big breasts and so this is how she got cursed. But again it’s not her fault, or her aim to be boobzing around. Please show some sympathy.

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Princess Reema Begins Assignment As Saudi Ambassador to the US

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Saudi Princess Reema bint Bandar presented her credentials as the Kingdom’s ambassador to the US on Thursday, more than two months after she was appointed to the key post.

She has arrived earlier on Wednesday in Washington, DC to begin her assignment as the Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to the United States.

Princess Reema will immediately begin her mission to strengthen the historic partnership between Saudi Arabia and the United States,’ said Fahad Nazer, embassy spokesperson. ‘The Ambassador will bring a fresh perspective on a rapidly changing Saudi Arabia to Washington, continuing to build on key areas of cooperation between our two countries.’

“Honored to present my credentials today to @StateDept. Looking forward to starting this chapter of my life in Washington DC the journey begins with a wonderful team @SaudiEmbassyUSA,” she wrote on her official Twitter account.

Princess Reema was nominated to the post back in February and she later took her oath in April before King Salman in Riyadh, making her the first Saudi female ambassador and the 11th Saudi diplomatic representative to Washington.

 

 

 

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Graffiti Artists Making Jeddah an Even More Colorful City

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The number of graffiti artists in Jeddah is increasing, and they are all contributing in adding more colors to their city, with their amazing skills that can be spotted all over Jeddah’s walls.

The art that was once perceived as vandalism is now helping brighten up the city. One of the artists contributing in this colorful trends is Elias Tashkandi, the 19-year-old Saudi student is turning his passion for art into coloring the city of Jeddah.

His passion started off in France where the art there inspired his own, and now, the artist has participated in several important festivals in the Kingdom, including the XJED, Common Ground and the Jeddah Food Festival.

“I saw the artworks on the trains and in the streets,” he said. “I then began replicating them, but on paper. I started experimenting in graffiti and its basics on a deeper level in 2016.”

Another talented group is Dhad, the young artists are leaving their incredible mark on different walls and projects, and their latest work was for Mirkaz JED.

Their page on Instagram speaks out their work, and is as colorful as their accomplished work.

Besides graffiti, the group also does professional digital art.

“Once the artist uncages his potential, no canvas is too big and no idea is too small. Just put that first brush stroke to paper and let your creativity guide the free flow of your expressions.” Deyaa Rambo, one of Dhad’s founders.

Hanan Kamal, a 26-year-old Saudi project manager, is yet another graffiti artist; because a feminine touch is always needed. Her art has been displayed in several events, the most recent one was the Jeddah Book Fair that was held back in January.
“Graffiti — and drawing in general — is my passion, not just a hobby,” she said.

“It evolved into freelance work that appealed to many people and I was encouraged, especially by women, as they are a minority in this field.”

Abdulkareem Jeyad, the 23 year old is a freelance graphic designer from Indonesia, art for him runs in his genes; as he was born into an artistic family. His mother was an abstract artist and his father a calligraphy artist. Which makes perfect sense for him to grow with such a talent, and passion for colors.

“I have been in the graffiti field for more than 9 years and counting.”

Art can speak out many things, it is a way to express opinions, thoughts and things that can not simply be put into words. The same goes for a country, and so it is just a delight to see this kind of self expression spreading across the city of Jeddah.

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Haila Al-Farraj: First Saudi Woman Commentator

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Haila Al-Farraj just got appointed as sports commentator on the Gulf women’s soccer tournament, making her the first Saudi Woman commentator.

Al-farraj will sit in the commentary box on Friday at the Gulf women’s soccer tournament, that will take place at the Green Hall in Dammam.

Around 200 female football players will be taking part in the competition, with 16 teams from five GCC member states including Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, UAE and Oman.

Haila Al-Farraj is a radio presenter with a B.A. degree in anthropology, in addition to being an instructor accredited by the Public Corporation for Social Communications and Electronic Marketing. Which is exactly what made her a perfect fit to be chosen as the official commentator of the GCC women soccer competition, chosen by the organizing committee.

“It was by a stroke of luck that I was chosen to be the official commentator of a major GCC women’s event, which will include football players, coaches, referees and others,” she said.

She further explained that she had acquired her love for sports from her father and brother, who always talked about sports which provided her with the terminologies.
“My father is a big fan of Al-Nasr Club while my brothers support Al-Hial,” she added.

She expressed her pride to be the first Saudi woman sports commentator, and that she wishes to carry on with the career because of this time of women empowerment and gender equality.

 

 

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