I wanted to ask, in deep curiosity, agony almost, if there is any grain of truth in the rumors about people giving moral reprimands recently in shopping areas of Amman or academic institutions on the basis of improper dressing and appearance such as spiky hair, shorts, baggy trousers, and cut-sleeve shirts.
I am very sad my remaining hair does not allow any spiky fantasy to come true. Otherwise I would enjoy discussing aesthetics with the moralists.
I have heard few stories, about giving reprimands and imposing fines. I won't say how, and I won't tell in what expression of deep shock the faces of the young people who told me were.
But on the other hand, Amman is also a loudspeaker for funny rumors; one of its features I love. Till the moment, of course, I get crazy with this habit of urban legends.
Labels: fama, funny till the moment it is not funny anymore, Morals