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Mafajee3 friends

fath7eni ween ma arou7
Sultan batayneh
Take it easy dude!
Abed dodokh
Hungry abed

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  1. hehehe .... 6ab el boza ma ra7 tohrob :)

    lesh hek monshare7eeen zyadeh 3an el lozooom :)

  2. aa jad mesh faj3an, he eats salad and doesnt complete his pizza :)

  3. Zaid, you have to report about abed dude
    Talasim, 3ala galbak
    Jano, aa ma howeh ana ba7awel a7afiz 3ala kasmi sambateek

  4. tab 3al mansaf sho bya3emlo??

  5. Ghalia, seriously you don't need to know, ga3adet ma3hom 3ala mansaf mara, walahi 7ezen 3al kharouf, natafoo we maso 3admo


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