The Comedy Of Revolution

Well, this morning I was moving around the channels on TV, when Aljazeera displayed a video during commercials that shows the start of the middle east uprising in Tunisia and how it moved from country to country, this huge change that invaded the Arab’s world left conflict sequences, it granted an overwhelming feeling of joy and freedom the Arab street had never tasted before, while on the other hand it left a huge mess in some countries while the biggest loser is the public, for with each day the outcome of murders keeps increasing and so it still.

And within these voices, a new voice arise in the horizon, with a sarcastic style, gaining wide popularity, and I’m one of the people who liked the jokes they came up with, I even joined few pages on Facebook, and read some hilarious tweets.

And that’s how I came up with the first article to post in my top 5 category, I started thinking about the jokes that still capable of making me laugh out loud till this moment, and so here are the top 5 jokes that in my opinion I think they’re the best:

5-  Experts now say the protests in Egypt were started by bloggers. Bloggers started the whole thing on Facebook. In fact, the No. 1 choice to replace Mubarak — Justin Bieber.

4-  The Egyptian protesters are using Facebook to get away from the police, but the police are using Farmville to build fences to keep the protesters in.

3-  The good news is that Hosni Mubarak may step down. The bad news is that he may be replaced by his idiot son, Hosni W. Mubarak.

2-  Hosni Mubarak puts himself on fire demanding of changing the public.

1-  This one was totally the best, when Omar Suleiman made the speech of Mubarak’s resignation, the Egyptians made jokes about the gloomy man who was standing behind him, and he gained so much popularity, they even made a Facebook page for him, and the best joke was: regarding the popularity the man behind Omar Suleiman had gained, Omar Suleiman decided to change his name to the man who stands in front of the man behind Omar Suleiman (el ragel elli 2odam el ragel elli wara 3omar Suleiman) it sounded better in Arabic actually.

 

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4 thoughts on “The Comedy Of Revolution

  1. i like when we send messages by joking,it’s kinda very smart idea and “girl” …. hehe love you sis 🙂

  2. hehehe i like it , but i think u should add this one :

    New word added to Oxford Dictionary:

    Mubarak (v.): To stick something, or to glue something.

    Example: “I will punch you and mubarak you to the wall”; or “You can mubarak the pieces to hold them together”.

    😛

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