Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Tales from the Tarmac, part 2

Expat woman with handheld camera filming a group of young Omani men sitting around batting drums in Ghubra lake park.

"Look dear!" She exclaims to her husband, while OPNO laughs her a** off at the following comment, as she points. "Traditional Omani music."

The Omani guys sing as song where the lyrics are mainly a repeat of "Aulad Tharta".

Yeah, "Son of Fart" a very RARE, and TRADITIONAL Omani tune from days of yore, to be sure. [This sentance drips sarcasm].

TRADITIONAL OMANI MUSIC [about FARTING]

I hope she doesn't upload it to YOUTUBE and title it that.

For more tales of the "fresh from the tarmac" series, see here http://howtolivelikeanomaniprincess.blogspot.com/2010/10/fresh-off-tarmac-part-1.html

4 comments:

Boxie said...

lol oh my, that sounds funny!

Muscat Mitchells said...

She's going to be telling ALL her friends and family about the wonderful traditional music she heard and saw played!!! Funn-eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!

Omani Princess (not Omani LOL) said...

Boxie: Awesome song, I tell you;p

Muscat Mitchells: I hope not, lol.

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