Does anybody know where this phrase came from? I just want to know.
Or the phrase “yl3an abu sarsabilak” ?
6ab what about “yifda7 7areeshak”?
3anjad 3anjad, when and why and who came up with these bizarre phrases/words?
Does anybody have an Arabic dictionary to look them up? Maybe a Turkish dictionary?
Ywa6rezlak min wa6raz, yua6rez.
Sarsabilak min sarsabeel.
7areeshak min 7areesh.
Yes? No? yallah look them up and let me know what you find.
Anyway, did I say “biddi mama” today? …WAAAAAA3333333333333…. ana biddi mama.
Update : You know, I was reading the book “The tipping point” a while ago and it talks about how certain people kind of tip the scale when it comes to setting trends like the craze of the hush puppy shoes or the craze of wearing those rubber bracelets and saying certain things? Or making certain art or clothes popular.
Ana biddi a3raf who are the people in Jordan who tip the scale and make these words popular?
I think it could be the taxi drivers.
What do you think?