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Tawjihi results!

HOOOOooooaaaaaaaaaaaaaAAARRRRRRRRRYyyyyyyyyyyY! My niece got 91!

[tags] tawjihi, results, family, niece [/tags]


  1. Maboork :) waiting for the 7alawan :P

  2. Ya mabrook .. ya alf alf mabrook

  3. really ?! hehe tb ana leash lsa ma fat7 m3ee wala website o lsa ma tel3at my result?o wla 7da mn ma friends kman,7da tal3lo yaha 2abel?anyway ALF ALF ALF MBROOOOOOOOOK...

  4. knafeh knafeh knafeh knafeh knafeh

  5. Mabrook, Alf Mabrook

    You got it through wasta or they are already out?
    I thought they said they'll be out the first week of Ausust or something

    Oh well, get her some fireworks :D they love that stuff

  6. congrats :) where did you get the result from?

  7. Hey Mabroooooooooookz
    Ya man sho sar b blogak , sho hal look had !??! zaman ma mareit 3aleik !



  9. hi
    2lnta2j yom 2lsbt 28/7/2007 2l sa3a 10 sb7
    w mbrok lkl 2l naj7eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeen


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