Dubai Consumer Mirror

Sunday, October 09, 2005

Vitamin (W)

Vitamin (W), noun, Acronym of Arabic term for WASTA (contact, influential person), found in most Arab public colonies, mainly underground. Can also be identified as ARBAB.

Considered one of the most needed nutrients any human can get. The following is a list of many great benefits this vitamin has to the body's physical and mental wellbeing:

1. It helps cure the side effects of long queues and waiting lines. As it has the ability to cut through the long chains of queue, and neglects large amounts of seats in waiting areas.

2. It eases pain caused by over-exposure to lower level employees, receptionists and secretaries.

3. It provides immunity against many common diseases, mainly: Red-Tapeoid and Bureaucratitus.

4. Acts as a catalyst to directly reach the desired result, person, reservation or discount. Works best during seasons of high demand and over-congestion at for the mentioned above.

5. It's extremely flexible and adaptable qualities allow this vitamin to operate in almost any environment known to man - police stations, municipalities, hospitals, airline offices, airports and any place 'big brother' can be found.

6. Known to work very well with other accelerating agents such as female gender and substances of alcoholic or intrinsic nature.

Make sure you get your dosage of Vitamin (W) today.

6 Comments:

  • Sounds fabulous - where can I buy some?

    By Blogger Keefieboy, at October 10, 2005 at 6:57 PM  

  • 30 years and i am atill trying to score some ... nada

    By Blogger moryarti, at October 10, 2005 at 8:56 PM  

  • Professore. A question for you.
    Once a person has completed their own UMRAh they can then do another one in the name of a deceased person.
    Can a widow perform in the name of her departed husband?

    By Blogger kaya, at October 12, 2005 at 12:31 AM  

  • Thankyou for the information.The website is in toto in Arabic whic I can read but not understand.However I did call up the Sharjah number and a very nice gentleman picked up but again, only spoke arabic.My attempts to explain my query in arabic will probably give him a topic at iftaar! Needless to say I left him in the house of mirth.
    I have a book on Umrah and the procedures to follow, but not this kind of information.
    But I will wait for your response once you have spoken to the Sheikh today.Thankyou again.

    By Blogger kaya, at October 12, 2005 at 10:59 AM  

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    By Blogger Dubai Media-tor, at May 3, 2006 at 3:11 PM  

  • Boy I haven't heard the Vitamin "wow" term in ages. !

    Good one.. .keep em' comin'

    By Blogger Dubai Media-tor, at May 3, 2006 at 3:14 PM  

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