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Latest Terrorist Threat!

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  1. Now bakkouz will get mad cuz he said he wanted to put this in his site..
    bakkouz, nyahahahaha lool

  2. yeah yeah yeah, I know but WHO CARES about bakkouz?

  3. lol who cares who cares who cares about youuuuuuuuuu you you you "sorry Metallica mood" :p yeah who cares about bakkouz the so-called-smart loooool

  4. for god sake, I want to know whose the idiot that call bakkouz smart!!!

  5. well, i hear him says that about himself alot !! :D could be the only one! hehe.. but we cant deny he's making a discussion about himself without even saying a word :p

  6. Yeah but you know why ? he's syco!
    maybe we as bakkouz friends should force him to go to doctor

  7. "Force" me to go to a doctor? hah man you are mistaken you don't need to force ME i will gladly go to a doctor myself I NEED IT AND I KNOW IT HELP ME PLEEEEEAAASE !!! :(

  8. oh poor bakkouz :( Jad Jad 7azzanne bakkouz :`( we should take him to doctor ASAP

  9. what's with the bird flu and u??? ur so much into that thing :P

  10. Jad: sheklak faye2 oe raye2 lately

  11. Reem, yes I am raye2 hal ayam


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