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shoulder dislocation and friends reaction

Today morning 5:30 AM I wake up finding my shoulder dislocated and actually the top bone of the shoulder were under the chest, few minutes my brother arrived and took me to al-khaldi hospital to relocate it and about twenty minutes later life save Dr waleed al-rashid arrived to relocate it and now I'm fine except some some pain around the neck and shoulders

I would like to thanks my friends for their reaction and care and following is some quote from them

Karim -> "Salamtak, Jad you are a robot!"
Dodokh -> "Haha majid lo3ba khashabiyea"
Bakkouz -> "Hahaiiiiiiiiiiis, rakeb wa7deh 7adeed"
Ahmad 360east "Ya bayeeeh, betwaje3 sa7?"
Abu ali -> "ya 7aram el shoom"
Reef -> "Katalook el sal6iyeh? "
Wael -> "alf salameh abu el joj"

[tags] shoulder , dislocation, friends, reaction [/tags]

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