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JordanPlanet arm wrestling championship

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JordanPlanet arm wrestling championship



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  1. as they said
    "masakak men el-eeed elly btoj3k" :)
    lol

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  2. Hehe , i hope eno atla3 b nafs el majmoo3a taba3tak ! 5aleena nedman fooz :)
    CheeerZ!

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  3. iza wegi3 il jamal ,,, bektaro il dabba7ein

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  4. Im interested, tkaser Jad?? lol

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  5. Aha !! hmmm ooo 2aa ya3ni... ino.... mmmm.. mahooo.... fa.... 2aa !!

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  6. Oh I remember winning the arm wrestling "championship" in the 10th grade. Of course I cheated big time, and I was in charge of the draw, so I made the big and strong guys play against each other, until I reached the final and the guy was really, really tired. I'm not sure I'd win this one though...hmmm.

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