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Get nike and forget about birds influ!

Ghalia just sent this national security howto in funny movie format, sounds like the only way to protect ourselves from birds influ is to get nike and not adidas///

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[tags] national, security, howto, birds, influ, threat, nike[/tags]


  1. where did the "H" go?? :P

  2. now i hate you Jad,, i was about to post this ad,,, anyway,,, its ok

    sama7 hal marra ;)

  3. Ooops, I'm a bad speller G(h)alia(h)

  4. your satisfaction is my happiness, and what was the K ?

  5. ya zalmeh ... en3an ha .. ballahe .. if i got you 2 shoes 1 nike and 1 adidas which one you gona take .. ?
    lol i know you gona say both bass you have to pick one bass the other one is for bakka

  6. Abu 7amarneh, sama7 ya garaba hal marah hathi

    dadan, it's just I don't like to use you on daily basis so I will go with Nike.

  7. i would go for adidas! for sure! :D it was my first sports shoes , i was 3 or 4 years :)


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