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flirt11-500x284I stumbled upon this interesting article on the paper, it’s basically a local study that discusses how marriage and relationship/dating scene has drastically changed in Kuwait in recent years due to many factors. Let’s admit it, Kuwait is indeed one of the most flirtish countries in the world, a quick drive on 2nd Ring Road or Gulf Road can show you what I mean. However, the article focused on the seriousness of street flirting in comparison with other ways/places to start a serious relationship like work place, campus…etc. Apparently, relationship and social experts all agree that street flirting in Kuwait rarely end up in marriage or serious relationship rather than playful short term type of affair.


“Clearly many are now against the arranged marriage (the traditional way) lest that such way doesn’t give enough time or space for potential partners to get to know each other better, but getting to know someone on streets is even worse” states social experts. So I  suppose the so called “Love Street” can be called “Bluff Street”, what do you say?

Read the full article [link] in Arabic.

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14 Responses to “Street flirting very unlikely to turn into serious affair”

  1. Nasser says:

    I don’t think harassment counts as flirting ;p.

  2. Bahaar says:

    Its no brainer. There is no need for a “study” to know street love will not end to a serious relationship. Co-worker and class mates are different story.

  3. x2077 says:

    Marrying someone from your work place is not a good idea.

  4. JASIM says:

    “Apparently, relationship and social experts all agree that street flirting in Kuwait rarely end up in marriage or serious relationship rather than playful short term type of affair.”

    In other news, Kuwait discovers fire.

  5. mohammed says:

    This is an insult to kuwait and to kuwaiti people.!

    • JASIM says:

      Kuwaiti people are an insult to themselves. This news is just showing the facts.

      • Khaled says:

        Thank you for telling it like it is. An overwhelming amount of Kuwaitis do stupid things and when they get criticized about it in an article or website, they get angry, defensive and go on about how Kuwait is insulted and how we’re all victims of defamation. I, as a Kuwaiti, find this whole street flirting thing ridiculous: it’s nothing more than a collection of bored people looking for a spot of attention, an opportunity to show off and God forbid if you find yourself a regular driver on those roads and are caught in half an hour plus of traffic because some self-entitled idiot is trying to hit on the overly-made up drag queen in the car next to him as they drive at twenty kilometers an hour. These people need a gigantic reality check.

  6. Rehab says:

    I thought street flirting gets over from signal to another, this shit just took a serious turn !

  7. darkwolf80s says:

    90s Street flirting, pull out an A4 paper with your phone number in Big Bold font.

    Millennium flirting – Pull out your tank laptop and have your phone number written in Bold letters.

    The New Generation Flirting – Pull out your iPad and have your number written in Bold.

    The future flirting will be all telekinesis.

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