Every year during the National and Liberation Days, Kuwait’s youth perform a remarkable display by which foam spray is exchanged in the most inconvenient of places: the street. Scientists are baffled by this inexplicable erratic behavior; a sudden relentless urge to step out of a vehicle, run towards a target and proceed to cover them in white to the point of content. Some say that the thrill of placing their lives before traffic, keeps them wanting more, while others argue that taunting and grabbing attention to achieve their self-fulfilness is the true purpose of this absurd event.
Open doors and windows serve as a gratifying bonus.
In the cases where targets are inaccessible, members may betray teammates.
It is believed that the origin of these humiliating acts emerged after the end of the gulf war at a time when men and women of all ages expressed their freedom and love for their country. In more recent years however, these celebrations have evolved into chaotic foam fiascos that usually involve the police.