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Yoma..! I've been tagged

Ala'a
tagged me , thank you Ala'a.


  • Five Facts about me:


    1. My first name isn't Jad.

    2. I didn't study computer science nor any computer related course. (except the python course before few weeks)

    3. I'm certified sign language
      translator

    4. I'm not moody but getting mad is just like On and Off.

    5. I like to volunteer wherever & whenever it's possible



  • Three things I like about others:



    1. Thoughts

    2. Honesty (honesty is the best personal policy)

    3. Politeness


  • Three things I don?t like in others:


    1. Making fun of others

    2. Schizophrenia

    3. Showing off





and now I'm tagging Habool, bakkouz, Ohoud, and Sabri Hakim




Rules
of the game:


  • Declare 5 facts about yourself

  • State 3 things you like in others

  • State 3 things you don?t like in others

  • Tag 4 bloggers and comment on their blogs that they have
    been tagged and direct them to your post



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hate, others [/tags]

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