I really wonder how, when jordanian women in their twenties, supposedly elite university students can't even have some respect for people standing in a queue!
Minutes ago I was in a fastfood restaurant around UJ, I was standing in a queue with 2 persons in front of me (the where elderly women actually), one ordered, and the next one was saying here order.
That is, when a couple of female university students together came, stood behind me for less than 5 seconds, then went to the side and stood by the counter.
I didnt say anything.
Meanwhile, another university student, came and did the same, standing by the other side of the counter, then trying to get between me and the lady in front of me.
I didnt say anything.
The elderly women finished her order. and the 1st couple of girls started ordering..
they finished the order then the second girl wanted to start saying here order.
It was just then when i said:
"Girls! I'm here before you, and both of you stood behind me and then got infront! Have you ever heard of the term respect!!!"
Its not the 1st time this happens to me ... and I alway try to teach those ladies a lesson! who ever they are...
Its really ironic when you get to see how women in this country try to get benefit of everything over the rights of others, being either men or women even. except for what they should be having a benefit of!
Of course, I'm not generalizing here, but having a vast majority of jordanian women acting this way, yes, even older married ladies (its always ironic seeing an old woman in a supermarket trying to squeez at the cash ... and oh god i see this alot). and many other cases. because of having this vast majority, more entrepreneur jordanian ladies are failing to get a chance in leading what should be lead!
So, what i conclude is, that jordanian women want to lead in queues, in ordering before you, in being the 1st who gets that fashion trend ... etc.
But never wanting to lead a public process, to lead her rights the way they should be.. and not even to lead in positive change.
Ode to Samar Haj Hassan who lost in the elections .... I wonder how many women did vote for her, as i was hearing alot of buzz from women being jealous of her, saying "Shoo jai tsawee hai, 2al bedha tseir na2ebeh"! I dunno why i have a feeling the more men voted for her than women, or at least half of who voted for her were men!
By the way, I know she was in an advanced position by midnight on the elections day, she even ranked Nr 5 in the 3rd electoral district of Amman at a certain moment. So mainly, it was easier for her to win normally than with a quota.
I dunno, But im hating what i'm seeing ... most of the women in this country are sooooo .... selfish! beside being fake of course!