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  1. Tell me something obvious about you.
    unsocial person

    2. Tell me something about you that many don't know.
    I'll never be social in such stupid socity

    3. What is your biggest fear?
    late marriage

    4. Do you normally go the safe route or take the short cut?
    I prefer slow and steady strategy, so safe routes is mine

    5. Name one thing you want that you can't buy with money.
    Friends, and its hard to define friends.

    6. What is the one thing you hate most about yourself that you do often?
    Getting mad is like On/Off for me, and it can be on without being nervous.

    7. Name something you've done once that you can't wait to do again.
    Wadi rum, ajlun rappel with jordanian special force.

    8. What is the one person, place or thing you can't say no to?
    Place: mountains, specially the black mountains in Aqaba
    Person: Basem narmouq, Mo bakez

    9. If you could do something crazy right now, what would it be?
    studying Master degree

    10. When was the last time you cried?
    ten years ago, grandma funeral

    11. When was the last time you felt so good that nothing else mattered?
    for some reason I always have such feeling
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