Two Lebanese Words Were Used In Cartoon Network’s “Courage The Cowardly Dog”

Whether you watched Cartoon Network all the time in your childhood or you were a big fan of Tiji, pretty much everyone liked to watch “Courage The Cowardly Dog”.

 

This series follows a shy dog called Courage, who spends most of his time on his dog couch. The latter is always frightened and anxious, most probably because he lives in a depressing environment.

Courage lives with an elderly couple in the middle of nowhere, in a town called Nowhere. The trio always faces weird and horrific adventures that involve monsters and strange creatures.

While watching this show, we used to focus so much on Courage’s chaotic life that we did not notice that two characters said two words in Arabic. A Lebanese girl on Twitter discovered this and here is what she tweeted:

 

The moment when the evil duck told “khede” before throwing a pie on Muriel:

 

The moment when Muriel asked “3anjad?” to Eustace when he told her that she’s pretty:

 

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Two Lebanese Words Were Used In Cartoon Network's "Courage The Cowardly Dog"

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