Sunday, April 13, 2008

Invitation To Dubai!

"i am interested in you. i saw you at the airport in munich last week. can i invite you to Dubai? i will arrange your travel and staying here for few days (ticket, hotel, shopping, etc.)
by the way i am a doctor and have 2 medical centers here, one of them for plastic surgery. would be lovely to hear from you.
thanks"

Doesn´t sound bad: free tickets, hotel and shopping. But then... I´d rather postpone that for a few years - when I can also take advantage of the plastic surgery. :) (I just wonder how he found out my name or email address and why he would contact me as I was at the airport with Benjamin. I blurred his face and the license plate before posting the pic here.)

14 comments:

Benjamin Stein said...

This car is usually parking in our street. You wonder how he found out? I would be frightened.

ksklein said...

Willst Du mir jetzt Angst machen???? Das war kein deutsches Abzeichen. Aber vermutlich hat er mehrere Exemplare davon. *lach

Benjamin Stein said...

Natürlich. Ich will die zu Tode ängstigen! Und sicher hat er mehrere Modelle davon. Er hat sicher auch mehrere "Modelle" Frau, lach!

Ich finde es ja cool, dass Du so auffällst. Aber es ist noch viel cooler, dass man mit so einer Masche bei Dir nicht landen kann. (Öhem, jedenfalls vermute ich das stark :-))

ksklein said...

Du weisst doch, dass ich nicht auf BMWs stehe. Wäre es allerdings so ein Auto gewesen... ;)

littlemithi said...

This is a bit scary ...

Sunshine's parents live in Dubai - but they, nor us like it at all. They are there for work, so such is life. We went for one holiday to visit them, and have no intention of going back ...

Blog Queen said...

It is a little odd, but cool, too. The only offers I ever get are more along the lines of "hey, I want to invite you to my mattress, haha"

;)

ksklein said...

@littlemithi: Why don´t you like Dubai? It seems such an interesting place with lots of contrasts. I would love to see it.

@blog queen: i don´t think the offers we get differ from each other. just other words used for the same thing. ;)

Mim said...

I think it is very freaky that he contacted you, I'd keep away from this nut!

ksklein said...

I don´t even know who he is and I didn´t reply.

littlemithi said...

Dubai, as we saw it, was just a giant building site in the dessert. There was very little you could grasp of its heritage, history or culture. Tourists come and stay in their 5 star hotels, and go to the private hotel beaches. Or some come just to shop (we didn't see anything there that we couldn't get elsewhere, nor was it cheap ... but then again I'm not into big malls and such...). The population is 80% foreign; they've come to work, make money, and leave ... they have no love of or sense of belonging for the place...

My favourite kind of places are where you can experience what the people are like, what the culture is like, see beautiful scenery, engage in the city/country itself ... Nothing to engage with in Dubai unless you love malls and construction sites :(

See here:
http://planetmithi.blogspot.com/2007/02/belated-dubai.html

If you've never been, then definitely go and see what you think of it ... your impression might be very different to mine ...

Just not my kind of place ...

ksklein said...

oh... i remember reading that post. i do understand you and i guess i wouldn´t want to live there either.
but the pics of dubai are always fantastic. i love deserts and usually you see crazy buildings somewhere in the middle of nowhere. it is the contrast which i find intersting. a huge city, modern also in the middle of nowhere.
my brother spent a few days there. he was invited by his inlaws. he said that actually there is nothing much to do. he said one day they went to a market and the other days they pretty much spent the day at the huge hotel.

Kapinskis Schelling 48 said...

give him my number please. i will go, if you don´t mind^^

ksklein said...

If I see him again, I´ll let him know. :)

benconservato said...

oh that is stalker type stuff, strange.