• Craig

    I’m tempted to say the ugliest people in the room were the two Norwegian dudes, but it’s not quite true. Maybe they should consider going back to Norway? Though I’m guessing with a stated goal in life of becoming famous no matter what it takes they weren’t actually there because they care about what Lebanese bloggers are up to. They were there to make Lebanese bloggers care what 2 Norwegian guys in Lebanon are up to. Based on your post, I’d say “mission accomplished” :)

  • Craig

    By the way, they make a cute couple with the one guy having too much hair and the other, not enough. Very salt & pepper, ebony & ivory. Only with Norwegian dudes.

    • Fadi

      hey be nice, their series are nice and show us lebanon like we’ve never seen it ourselves sometimes especially those of us who grew up in beirut. If they seem less than mature to you, please try to appreciate their show

      • Craig

        You’re right, fadi. My cracks about them being ugly were especially uncalled for. I was out of line, and I apologize.

  • http://www.blogbaladi.com Najib

    Forever alone both of them.

  • Mustapha

    What’s up with the negativity guys? I personally thought they were fun easy going people..

    • Craig

      As for me, I thought they were trivializing bloggers based on their looks but then after reading fadi’s comment I realized I’ve made similar comments about female bloggers who are much more attractive than any nerd girl has a right to be and that I’d intended my comments to be complimentary so I realized how senseless and mean what I said was. Not to mention hypocritical. So, once again I apologize to the Norwegian dudes.

  • CopyCat

    why is everyone speaking in an annoying fake american accent?

  • http://2famous.TV 2famous

    Thanks Craig. We don’t care so much about the negativity… and we appreciate the apology ;)

    But, since people are questioning what we do, let us try to break it down:

    We run a video blog from Beirut where we try to become famous. The idea was born when we were looking for sponsors to our webseries – where we donated half of whatever we brought in to Lebanese NGO’s working with local social problems. Since it turned out to be difficult to get as much money as we wanted, we thought it would be more efficient if we simply became famous. We’re actors, and we run our own show. It’s called 2famous.TV. Whenever we touch a subject, such as the bloggers meeting, we draw our audience to a scene they never would have come across without us. We also do charity in the refugee camps, creating awareness to our european audience.

    The point is that it’s not necessarily a BAD thing to go for fame – it’s what you make out of it. And it’s kind of working for us!

    • CopyCat

      Palestinian refugee camps? Respect, brothers.

      Craig won’t like that, being a Zionist himself