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mohamed momtaz

All about me

Cairo, Egypt

A scriptwriter, rapper and English teacher

i graduated from Ain Shams university - English department

i worked as a volunteer for many united nation organisation

i worked in many fields of development , production and teaching

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The birthday girl

Sep 19, 2020 1 year ago

the birthday girl : The place was crowded, the atmosphere was lovely with natural lighting all over. It was perfect for any writer to have his own space to create. there lots of girls who were shouting, singing, dancing and capturing selfies. Suddenly she appeared to fill the place with power, enthusiasm and happiness. her screams of joy were music to my ear, her yellowish dress was a piece of heaven and her hair were chains of gold. she turned around to see our reactions and facial expressions but i was not keen on looking at her face .. that hustle and bustle which i did not belong to made my day and that was enough.

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Kenda

Aug 16, 2020 1 year ago

Kenda I decided to catch her that time. kenda always pressed my doorbell and vanished. I failed to catch her. I stayed all the night till the early morning waiting for her, I was sleepy, and my eyes became red. I waited for her 23 hours that I told myself no way, she would never come again. But suddenly she appeared holding her chair. She was creeping slowly like snakes, looking left and right in order to make sure that nobody could see her. She stopped in front of my door. I was watching her from the peephole waiting for the right time to catch her. She jumped over her chair, smiled and her hands were close to touch the doorbell then I opened the door surprisingly, and she fell off her chair, her knees were bleeding, I felt fear in her eyes. I was sorry for her. I told her, I would never surprise her anymore. Her mum called shouted “kinda, come back little naughty”. She cried more. I helped her to stand up, cleaned her wounds and, bandaged her knees. I gave her sweets and told her that she was now free to go. Days went by and she misunderstood my words. She still touches and plays with my doorbell and run while I watch her from my peephole and smile.

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Quarantine’s mania

Jul 22, 2020 1 year ago

I am Younis, 22 years old. My friends call me the normal one because I like Klopp “Liverpool” coach although I am a fan of Arsenal. And Messi is my hero. We are now in the end of Feb., 2020. I woke up and felt everything was totally different. My dad was talking seriously with my mum about a virus. I surfed the net and read about a virus that hits the world hard and spread all over the world. We still in the beginning of 2020 and I want to achieve lots of things. “Take care, my son” “COVID-19 is a fatal virus” my mum told me that many times. She bought oranges, peppers, vitamin-C, medicine, masks, and gloves. I was always looking from my balcony to see people; most of them weren't wearing masks. I felt unsecured. But I felt secured and happy after seeing lots of kits flying in the sky I took my decision to stay in my room till Covid-19 ends. I prepared all my stuff, my mobile, laptop, chargers, power banks. I was going to stay home for long. I chose a name which expressed this period; it was “Quarantine's mania” During this time, I discovered some ugly facts about the Facebook. I am going to mention them. #1 99% of your friends on the Facebook of them were fake. #2 98% of 99% hate your posts. #3 noone likes the type of the music you like. #4 80% of the posts about COVID-19 were untrue But Facebook could kill boredom & let me know that the people I care were alive. Days went by, I got bored but my passion to be locked in my room grew. My parents wanted to travel to our house in the countryside as it was safer than here but my answer was no. I preferred to stay alone facing this virus. I made a plan of 7 points. #1 never meets friends. #2 Nescafe is a must. #3 no fast food. #4 cooking by myself #5 washing my clothes by myself #6 if neighbors brought me food, I would refuse. #7 workout daily. The problem is that I used to go to the gym but because of the precautionary measures of the COVID-19, all the gyms were closed. I did sports at home and empowered my leg muscles through running up and down around the house. I do not want to have a paunch one day. I adapted with all the plan. I was sleeping only 4 or 6 hours per day but I was satisfied. My only fear is my immune system. I wanted to empower it. I avoided the fast food. For more than two months, my routine was the same. I woke up from my short sleep, having my only meal, praying, surfing the net, and watching series or movies, looking from the balcony to see the kites. I had no desire to chat with anybody and this made me lose lots of friends. It is 11th of May, my birthday and it was a different day; I decided to walk out. The weather was fine and I want to celebrate. I wore my mask, my gloves, and went out with a smile on my face. I met a young girl playing with a ball in the entrance of the building. She was staring at me but I ignored her. My mum called me and wished me a happy birthday. When I returned, the young girl was there. She said “It is me Lily”, I always listen to your rap. Really I hate rap. Me: oh, misery. So hey Lily, it is too late, why are you still here? Lily: And you should be at home at 8 not at midnight. Me: I was bored and it was my birthday. Lily: happy birthday. Me: thx, How old are you? Lily: 13. Me: so is there a problem? Lily: My brother made a coronavirus test. It was positive. I am sad for him. So., I left the house. I was a speechless. Lily: Do you have Facebook account? She was a chatterbox but a type of girls that made you change your plans. Me: Yes. what did your parents do? Lily: They isolated him in his room and we had to sanitize every spot at home. We put medicine and food in front of his room to take them. Me: afraid? Lily: yes. I gave Lily's parents a bag full of vitamin-c, masks, gloves and alcohol 70%. and wished him speed recovery. I added Lily on the Facebook. We were chatting all the day. Lily and I made a kite and flew it in the backyard garden. We wore masks and took sanitizer and avoid people. We worked out daily and we kept the precautionary measures as we were talking and doing sports. We involved in many social activities as we were all in a long vacation. Lily's brother shared his experience of COVID-19 with the others through my YouTube channel. The cases of COVID-19 began to increase so Lily's parents asked Lily and her brother not to go out anymore. Lily asked me to teach her English and how to rap so I found the video chat a cool option for that. My plan changed, I had chats with my friends again and uploaded videos on the about Football's tactics. I created a group to have a daily video chat with my parents and this made me feel better. Lily helped me to sleep more than 6 hours as I always feel dizzy because of staying awake all the night. It is important to have guys in your life to share ideas with them. Lily parents gave me food but I put it in the microwave as I was still afraid of COVID-19.

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