The Kuwaiti hurricane!
Hurricanes are special weather conditions that may form in a certain spot and get much mightier in case they take place over huge water surfaces likes oceans and large seas. They usually cause a great deal of destruction to coastal areas, and get less destructive the further they travel inland.
The most recent hurricane we know about was the Chapala hurricane that struck the Omani and Yemeni coasts, leaving considerable devastation behind it. The funny thing is that all hurricanes and cyclones are given feminine names and rumor has it that the reason for such names is that a woman is the only most devastating and harmful creature to all humanity!
Some people may mistakenly believe that, being fare from large open seas and oceans, Kuwait is far and safe from hurricanes. Well, I personally found out that they cannot be more wrong. I recently discovered a dangerous ‘stunning hurricane’ inside a restaurant opposite AlSalhiya Shopping Mall, in downtown Kuwait City but will not mention the restaurant’s name to avoid any inconveniences. People agree that hurricanes leave considerable destruction behind them, and that was what happened when that ‘stunning’ hurricane passed by inside the restaurant, ‘stunning’ everyone so off their minds that a friend dining there, Yousif Al-Jassir, kept asking for the bill more than once, thinking that he had not paid it off although he had!
The funny thing about this Kuwaiti hurricane is that it was so quiet and silent. We rarely heard its ‘voice’ though it stunned everybody and knocked them off their minds. All the men in the place acted like cyclone pedestal fans following the hurricane with their blades (head and eyes) and almost developed herniated disc symptoms doing so, whereas women kept praying that hurricane would go past without causing any damage to or affect them. Long live those very nice Kuwaiti hurricanes and may the other devastating ones striking countries worldwide vanish forever!
— Translated by Kuwait Times
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