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طوشة هو بودكاست حواري عن تجارب اصدقاء وهم يؤسسون حياتهم في دول اجنبية

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تاريخ أول حلقة:
21 يناير, 2019
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  1. Faten96

    بحححبببككككممم
    استمروا وين كنت عنكم انا من زمان ❤️❤️❤️

    المملكة العربية السعودية
  2. جانالاء

    رائع جدا
    احسن صدمات ثقافية مضحكة
    جدا

    المملكة العربية السعودية
  3. أحمد العودة

    لطيفين
    بينهم كيميا عالية جدا .. تخليك مع الوقت تحس أنك واحد منهم.

    أحيانا عندهم سالفة وأحيانا ما عندهم سالفة بس في كلا الحالتين بتنبسط كثييير

    المملكة المتحدة
  4. tshom66

    أحلى بودكاست اجتماعي
    وأخيراً لقيت مكان حط تعليق😆 بس حبّيت قول استمعت (و ما زلت استمع) لكل الحلقات و دايماً كل يوم أحد بمشي، بعمل رياضة أو بنظف البيت و أنا عم أسمع الحلقات، فعلاً كتير ممتعين و مفيدين عحسب الموضوع.

    رضا عندك حس فكاهي حلو و طريقة كاريزماتيّة جدّاً بحكي القصص، عمر مداخلاتك فعلاً رهيبة عدّة مرّات أنا و بمشي بالشارع بتجيني الضحكة و سداد ظريف كتير كمان و لا تزعل بوقت الكورونا هاد فقط غيّر نظرتك للأمور و إن شاء الله بتلاحظ ال”لا مبالة” كلها بعقلك. استمرّوا بالنشر مشان ما تقولوا ما حدّا بعلّق أو بيستمع ههههه

    كندا
  5. coal-khara

    Real talks from real people
    Great podcast. Better people.

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  6. marah rajjal

    A few points
    Hey! This is the funniest episode yet truely a 6osheh, also I agree with Redda and Lana more than Omar but I still do agree with him… yes there might not be a “correlation” but that doesn’t mean that the question is invalid… leaving your cocoon of your parents buying your essentials and paying your electricity bills to doing all of that yourself will change your perspective towards spending money. Also living in a different country will increase or decrease your will or want to spend extra money. For example i love going to metal concerts, in Jordan this is not a usual thing and even if there were any concerts I wont go because my anxiety and feelings of unease in Jordan triumph my love for concerts for the most part… as I am now in Germany , first I have a stack of tickets, second it feels more natural and safer here to go to such events. I know i can afford these unecessary things, and I have enough self control to not over spend, but sometimes it’s difficult when your favorite bands are on tour. Second i restrain from buying clothes because most big/fast fashion brands are basically slavery in disguise, and while in Jordan you can get stuff from smaller and ethical brands online, its easier and more accessible in Germany for me. Also I’m a cola addict, but now I switched to a German brand rather than buying from coca cola for obvious reasons… the german one are more expensive, does that mean I’m materialistic? Am I blurring the lines? Also with reusing things, why buy new things when someone only used a table for a year, you can get it instead and not contribue to more waste? (Does having more things for a less money materialistic? )… in Jordanian (west Ammanni) culture this is seen as 3eib or whatever, but I don’t care. I learned to be more aware when i did my exchange year in Germany a few years back and it stayed with me in Jordan and now when I moved again to Germany to actually live there rather than as a student, and I would have probably never learned it if I stayed in Jordan. Tbh when i went back to Jordan the first time around, my environment kinda got me off track to some extent… but I reminded myself of my position and made sure that I do me and not them. Bekheeleh is what I’ve been dubbed by some members of my family but honestly no matter how much I want something, if it doesn’t work with my moral code I’m not going to spend my money on it. Ignore my grammar please, languages are not a virtue of mine. Biiiiiie.

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