Fifi Abdo’s Selfie
If you had to choose one person—and only one—who would you like to take a selfie with?
What About Your Ferest Oscar?
Shaimaa, the Egyptian reporter that put all Egyptians to shame (but cracked us up in the process) by asking Leonardo DiCaprio, “What about your first Oscar?” She did so after introducing herself, of course, as the first Egyptian reporter to cover the Oscars (did you really have to say that?)
Edeeny El Kaika Ya Baba
I can’t really explain what this is exactly. Just watch…
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 Burning Up
They started blowing up in people’s pockets… nothing’s worth than your phone exploding! They’re even banned from some airplanes!
Everything About AirPods
Not only did Apple remove the traditional port from iPhone 7 for earphones to promote their wireless earphones, the AirPods, but their debut was delayed! No one seems to like the AirPods. They look like something you’d lose almost immediately.
Melania Trump’s Plagiarized Speech
At least one passage in Melania Trump’s speech at the Republican National Convention is plagiarized from Michelle Obama’s speech to the Democratic National Convention in 2008.
See for yourself:
Ein Shams University’s HUGE Translation Mistake
Talk about translating word for word. They reffered to a man called Ramadan Bateekh as Ramadan Watermelon, and to Game3 Ahmed as Ahmed Collector. Other name translation fails include “Mohamed Open the Door” (Fathellbab), “Mohamed Flower” (Mohamed Warda), and “Aboul Ela Aboul Tiger”(Aboul Ela Aboul Nemr). Click here for the complete list of messed up names!
Learning the Hard Way Who Whoopi Is
Total Beauty, an online publication, learned that the hard way after they somehow confused Whoopi Goldberg and Oprah Winfrey in a tweet. Not cool.
Coca-Cola Needs a Geography Lesson
It’s never a good thing to piss off the Russians. Leave it to Coca-Cola to do so after it sent out a tweet featuring a cartoon with a snow-covered map of the country. Seems innocent enough, right? Taking a closer look, the map’s actually outdated, omitting Kaliningrad, which was annexed following World War II. Needless to say, Russian patriots were not happy with the company, as they posted pictures pouring the soft drink into toilets with the hashtag #BanCocaCola.
By Hana Kotb