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Jad fried human

[tags] jad, self, aqaba, jordan, burning, sunscreen, burning, fried, human [/tag]

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  1. Tooooooooooooooaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasted :D

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  2. esma3 la tejji la el aqaba e7na emneji bekafi elli sar la elna zai eljaj elli em7amas

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  3. esma3 la tejji la el aqaba marra tanya e7na emnejji bekafe elli sarelna sorna zai eljag elmashwi ;)

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  4. mmm.
    You need ketchup and maionez :)

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  5. Sun burn is not good..and i am not talking about short term here or about the pain..specialy these days ,the sun is getting to be so harmful.be careful guys

    and use some ,panthophil lotion from the pharmacy it will ease the pain or some cocoa butter..salamtkom

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  6. LOL, jad this is like soft porn for a desperate housewife
    hahahaha
    aywa soft porn posts!

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  7. ????? ?????? ?????? ?? ??? ??? ?? ????? ????? ????? ????? ???? ???? ????

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  8. i think they sell something in aqabab for this, i used it and its pretty good...

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  9. HAhahahahahahahahahaha.

    *Evil laugh*

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