A typical Lebanese house is a world of its own. Whether you live in Lebanon or abroad, your house contains these items.
Crystal glasses that you're not allowed to touch
Don't you dare go near these glasses. They're for the guests.
A miscellaneous bowl
In every Lebanese household, there's always this one bowl that contains random things such as keys, electricity bills, candy, and coins.
Tupperwares. LOTS OF THEM.
Your house is filled with Tupperwares, but that doesn't mean your mom won't notice if you forget one at work.
A large Tupperware that contains smaller Tupperwares.
Yeah, things get weird in Lebanese kitchens.
Life's biggest disappointment
I want to find cookies in these boxes for just once in my life.
Encyclopedia volumes for decorative purposes only
They're usually displayed in the salon.
A half squeezed lemon in the refrigerator
Why do we do this?
A jar filled with buttons
Where do these jars come from?
A Nido can turned into a flower pot
If your grandma doesn't turn Nido cans into flower pots is she even Lebanese?
Old sewing machine
That's also something you can find at a Lebanese grandma's house!
Authentic coffee cups
These coffee cups are iconic!
Old Lebanese bills and coins
We all have a stack of old Lebanese bills and hope to sell some of them in the future to make a fortune.
A huge pile of DVDs that you bought for L.L. 1,000 each
Half of these DVDs are so old that they don't even work anymore, but we're keeping them.
A whole pharmacy
Every Lebanese house has a huge medicine cabinet, but we only use Panadol most of the time.
This water jug
Water tastes so much better when you're drinking it from this jug.
A calendar that dates back to the nineties
What is it doing on the refrigerator?
An extravagant chandelier
Because we're extra.
A remote control covered with a plastic wrap