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The order of nurses should loosen up a bit

Do you recall the XXL ad featuring nurses in an elderly care center? That ad stopped showing on Lebanese TVs a while ago, and it turned out it was the order who called for banning it because they believed it gave nurses a bad image, just as in the case with “My last valentine in Beirut“. The news was mentioned on the order of nursesĀ Facebook page, as well as at the end of this article in L’Orient-Le Jour.

Those people should really loosen up a bit!


So who didn’t protest in Lebanon yet?

Have you been keeping track of the protests being called for lately? Insane, it’s like the country is all “3ayif 7alo” these days!

Jal el-Dib residents resume protests over lack of traffic alternative

EDL workers hold protest in Beirut

Nurses warn of escalation if demands unmet

Lebanon public transport workers hold strike

Bakers still threatening strike unless prices cut

Protesting teachers scuffle with police at Grand Serail

And last but not least, the mother of all protests in Tripoli that has been turning the city into a mess since Saturday.


Pink Link Sunday brunch at Phonecia hotel

This video is from the Pink Link brunch happening at Eau de Vie Phoenicia on the first and last Sunday of each month with the aim of raising donations to support breast cancer.

The brunch opens between 1PM and 5PM with live entertainment and sexy nurses taking good care of you, and it costs $55 for open buffet and bar, and$ 85 for open buffet including Rose champagne.

I have no idea till when this is going to last, but I got invited to Pink Link’s first edition on January 8th and for some reason just forgot to attend! Shoot me!


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