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its all about taxi drivers

Lina Ejeilat wrote about weird & stupid 2 in one bad habbits of jordanian taxi drivers and she start with why males are supposed to sit next to the taxi driver and not in the back seat!!!

Actually my ears is well trained for "ma ma3i fra6a" sorry I don't have exchange, and my eyes is well certified in Catch-me-if-you-can with car speed meter, & for faces of cars death

actually all of that is acceptable, Taxi driver, be my guest and annoy me with your repeated stories and political analysis most of us is used to this or that
but what cannot accept is to have taxi drivers asking me NOT to use the safety car belt thats damn stupid & ugly, and you know whats happening in summer because they have good income they just ask you first "ween raye7?" where are you going, if the place suits his needs then its ok come in, else Sorry "shouf wa7ad '3airi" and the most incridible habbit of jordanian taxi drivers they start asking for double cache after 12.00pm.

not to mention their dirty seats and their load radio they cant even hear what the hell you are going.
[tags]onlyinjordan, taxi, driver, jordan[/tags]

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