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Sunday, 24 May 2015

In Saudi Arabia, the society is segregated so that boys and girls never meet each other.

Over there, any guy who's ever had a girlfriend in his life is called a womanizer. Over there, when a guy kisses a girl, they call it rough sex.

There is a public service announcement running on TV over there telling people not to kiss each other and that if they absolutely must, that the woman should be wearing her face veil at all times when kissing. The commercial then states that if a couple engages in unprotected kissing, both the guy and the girl might catch the cold, or even worse, the flu. Most people in that country, though, aren't buying any of it. This is why Saudi men are all trying to leave the place. Saudi girls rarely get that chance unfortunately. They usually have to stay in the country and some of them even apply at the few places where they are allowed to work.

In every job interview, the last question they are asked is always the same "do you have a dick"? Then, the interviewer concludes the interview by saying "thank you for coming, you were by far the most talented candidate for the job, I was certain that you had the job there for a second, but unfortunately you do not have a dick, and that remains the primary requirement for the job. Personally, I would like to hire you, but if things don't go well for some reason, then everybody will be asking who it was that hired someone without a dick when they could have gone with a safe choice instead.

I'll tell you what I'll do though, I'll keep your file here and should the situation ever change, should you ever have a dick at some point in the future, you are more than welcome to apply again and to start working here afterwards. You're exactly what we're looking at this company right now. I think that you would be a great fit".

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