Tunisia - تونس
Bare with me here..im 28 M, working in wiring cable factory (standing 8 hours a day) with 20 minutes break, for 550 dt for salary..i live in a small province near sfax (no jobs or anything) nd it's really getting into me to drop out of the factory cuz im really tired physically nd mentally after a year nd a half of working..i have a licence in english yet in my job it means nothing..manfadhel f chy e5er l chhar nd i don't know if i should move to the capital (tunis) nd look for a new start there, (my familly kinda against it), on top of all that i have depression nd no one to talk to...
This time next week I will be in Tunisia, staying in Sousse. I have visited Tunisia before but never this time of year. What is the weather like? Should I still pack a few summer dresses as well as jeans or leave the summer clothes altogether?
the orientation for the university after bac is not a less of important task and I think that it requires a decent amount of time to take the mostly right decision since there's no absolute one.long story short , i have some questions for bec info graduates :
what's your university and what was your score to reach it?
what do you study in the major you chose?
if you had any problem or regrets , what would be your advice to your younger self and me?
thanks a lot it takes you some time but it helps me a lot
I know I might be trolled just for asking lol, but i'm seriously looking for a direct way to hook-up. Like
no dating or talking involved.Also, don't tell me about Tinder guys, cuz i tried it and it's awful: some are looking for relationships and some are even looking for friendships and i'm honestly past that :)
In the time that I spent in Tunisia, and while visited different places, parts of this beautiful country! I noticed a big common denominator amongst its youth, adults, people; they curse a lot! I mean, every sentence begins with profanity, or a derivative of it, and ends with one! Not sure if it’s the culture, over all, or just poor vocabulary….?
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