Posts tagged somali
Posts tagged somali
Somali Justin Bieber Version
To all you deluded Somali females that think that somehow you are ‘superior’ to Somali males…..please walk blindfolded into traffic. You claim you will NEVAH!1!! marry & settle down with a Somali man but I see your naive, self-hating ass 15 years down the line with Abdi Mo Farah III and your 3…
Ilaahay waxkasti ayuu abuuray LOL
Look at this Dayuus. saxiib IF YOU HAVE NOTHING GOOD TO SAY ABOUT YOUR SISTERS/MOTHERS/DAUGHTERS THEN afka leydha ka karso.
You should change your url to “dhameer xaley go’ay”
Because that is your worth, please proceed to swerve
While we wait for the crown of Miss Somalia in the near future and while Somali models take the runways by storm, we should take a moment and rejoice in the efforts of Khadija Adam Ismail. Khadija was crowned Miss Kenya in 1984 and was a semifinalist at the 1984 Miss World contest which earned her the title “Queen of Africa”. In a recent article, Nairobi newspaper Daily Nation caught up with her. The newspaper notes that 27 years after she was crowned Miss Kenya, Khadija remains an epitome of African beauty and is still attracting attention, albeit in another arena -business. Khadija’s face has graced magazines such as Cosmopolitan and Time in 1987 and 1989 respectively, a feat any model would yearn for today. Described as “too radical and opinionated” by judges at the Miss World pageant in 1984, Khadija’s spirit to go against the grain is still intact. For 10 years since 1986, she modelled across four continents and in all of the five major fashion capitals with a major advertising campaign for Yves Saint Laurent’s couture. You can read more of the excerpt here. Visit the the following blog for a look at Khadija’s many graces on Magazines and billboards. While you’re at it, take a look at video footage of the Miss World 1984 contest here.
“Somali refugees perform a traditional dance during celebrations to mark World Refugee Day in Kenya’s capital Nairobi June 20, 2011.”
i called a somali girl ‘Naya’ one day, she complained… never heard the end of it. -_-
It depends on the dialect and region I suppose, I’m ethnically from the north and “nayaa/waryaa” isn’t offensive IMO but “aboowe/abaayo” wouldn’t go down well with my lot, I know alot of people who think its disrespectful:P
Asad Short Film
17 minutes 20 seconds film Directed by Bryan Buckley
Set in a war torn fishing village in Somalia, an all Somali, refugee cast brings to life this coming of age fable of a Somali boy who is faced with falling into the pirate life, or rising above to choose the path of an honest fishing man.
I think its safe to say that we are the only nation in the world who do not have any recipes for our foods…our cooking is mostly seeing whats in the cupboard/fridge and going YOLO with the spices.
Thats probably why somali food is the bomb diggity
Somali mothers fighting for the cause. #khat #protest #somali
This is the difference between xaliimo and farax.
Xaliimo is about achieving change.
Faraax is about xaar digaag
My dad is currently watching this riwaayad, its soo budget but LOOL