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Ah, the life of the Lebanese diaspora – full of unique experiences and challenges that only our fellow Lebanese can truly understand.
From the never-ending quest to find authentic Lebanese cuisine to the constant desire to share our culture with our foreign friends, we’ve all been there.
So, buckle up and get ready to dive into these hilariously relatable points that capture the essence of being a Lebanese person living abroad.
We guarantee you’ll find yourself nodding along and laughing at the truths that hit too close to home.
Man’oushe, kibbeh, and other Lebanese dishes just don’t taste the same abroad.
The never-ending quest for authentic flavors.
Always running late, and constantly justifying it.
And still, people get it wrong.
With other Lebanese people or trying to explain the complex political landscape to foreigners.
Effortlessly switching between the two languages.
As if that’s all Lebanon has to offer.
With music, dancing, and loud conversations.
Always trying to get the best deal, no matter where you are.
Debating between “marhaba,” “hi,” or figuring out whether one or three kisses.
Explaining why Lebanese sounds different from Arabic-speaking countries.
Its rich history, beautiful landscapes, and vibrant culture.
Feeling nostalgic about large reunions with extended family and neighbors during holidays and special occasions.
Cherishing every bit of Lebanese snacks, spices, and other goodies sent by family.
Lebanese wedding entrance in a foreign country.
Joining clubs, associations, or gatherings to stay connected to your roots.
Discussing how Christians and Muslims live side-by-side in Lebanon.
From the majestic Cedars of Lebanon to the iconic Pigeon Rocks in Raouché.
Regularly checking local news outlets and keeping an eye on Lebanese TV shows and celebrities.
Making sure to commemorate Lebanon’s national day even if you’re thousands of miles away.
Having to explain the complexities of the war and its lasting impact on the country.
From Fairuz to Nancy Ajram, trying to share your favorite tunes with friends from other countries.
Struggling to find a place that serves a true, satisfying Lebanese shawarma.
Supporting family and friends in Lebanon, especially during tough economic times.
Telling tales of Beirut as the “Paris of the Middle East” and Lebanon’s flourishing art scene.
Bringing a little bit of Lebanese tradition to your new home.
Explaining how Lebanese people celebrate life despite the challenges they face.
Constantly calculating and converting between the Lebanese pound, US dollar, and your local currency.
Cheering for your favorite Lebanese soccer, basketball, or other sports teams, even if you’re far away.
Making an effort to set the record straight and share the true beauty
You’ll increasing miss and crave Lebanon’s diverse nightlife and partying in the sun comes up.