first of all, in Kuwait when someone says 'baroo7 agiz' it usually means that he's going to cruise around Kuwait in his car or choosing one street going back and forth... أطالعك و تطالعني و أخزك و تخزني و يتحرش و تضحك إلى آخره
6ab3an il7imdilla illy 3afani mabtala fe ghairy illy gamaw ilshabab eloyoon oo ilbint etloooy bishiwari3 shino ma 3indihom bait.
I believe that this word is derived from the English word 'Gaze'
As mentioned in this website,
Gaze, verb (used without object)
1. To look steadily and intently, as with great curiosity, interest, pleasure, or wonder.
غز is the same word as gaze, and I’ve said this so many times bas everyone thinks ana ga3id atfalsaf... what do you guys think?
The reason I’m talking about this word, is that I have never seen in my life this much `hailag` in my life, it’s like they were waiting desperately for this holiday to talk freely to the other sex!!! illy libnayya mistansa ina she’s talking to a guy in front of everyone jiddam jam3iyat bnaider!!!!!! Although I haven’t been to the Maseera, what I have seen in jam3iyat lid3imy that has McDonalds is more than enough, believe me!
and the guys, wa ma adrak ma the guys!!! you can all say that basically likwait kilha yannaw!!! ya3ny this is not how you celebrate the national holidays, instead, it should be foam free and people can walk with confidence on the day, mafroooth maseera walking and not by car, mafroooth inna in7is inna kuwait is living as a whole for at east one day, bas il moshkila inna everone is experiencing it as a long weekend....
I’m so sad, that i cant express my full emotions bas i hope the picture ewtha7at likum.