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JP bloggers meet-up - 3-Aug-2006

JP bloggers meet-up - 3-Aug-2006

JP bloggers meet-up - 3-Aug-2006

JP bloggers meet-up - 3-Aug-2006

JP bloggers meet-up - 3-Aug-2006





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  1. Nice pictures but I think that the meeting ought to be " SMOKE FREE" I wouldn't be able to sit in there with so many people smoking, that is of course with all due respect to all of those who like to puff their life away.

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  2. Jad, thanks for the pics, and making me even more homesick for Jordan! Looks like you had a great time!

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  3. Thx 4 getting back 2 a wap friendly theme. Was nice meeting u & others again 7aj jad. 6ale3 som3a on khalida's post that bakkouz is m3aseb w za3lan 3alena... Kan eja bel jet,darrouri 15jd bel trust!

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  4. hehehe
    Hatem is right -- Smoking should be prohibited in JP meetings! :P

    Anyway,
    man great pictures, first release! :D
    I hope you enjoyed it.

    omar

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  5. Ahh ya Hatem! I don't smoke and I despise the smell of smoke, yet when I went home forom the meet up, I reeked like smoke to such an extent that you'd think I was bal3ab shadeh ma3 m7ashesheen. It's disgusting.

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  6. hehehe
    3adi Roba -- Yama sarat feyyeh. Like 5 friends i'm with they smoke, and when I get home I smell and my dad thinks I do too! hehehe. I too hate the smell of smoke, it's REPULSIVE!

    Jad, it's AUGUST ;)

    omar

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  7. It was nice seeing you all guys!

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  8. Hatem,
    This means you don't go out much, you don't use public transportations, you don't go to coffe shops in Amman and ah you don't attend to JP meeting because of smokers :D

    Gwider,
    indeed.

    Kinzi,
    It's nice to hear from you again, Are you coming back to amman ?

    NasimJo,
    haha, but you will have to discuss this with him :p

    Omar,
    The majorty bloggers are smokers so non-smokers can't decided on this *evil grin*

    Roba,
    ya 7araaaaaaaaam

    Omar,
    We spell it Augest in Aqaba :P thanks for correcting but I can't correct the URI now else I'd get lots of 404.

    Salam,
    Walahi it was really nice to see you again :-)

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  9. Thanks Jad...three weeks and counting we'll be home. Insh'allah

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  10. Jad I hate photos :/

    Hatem: yes yes yes , thank you:)

    Roba : rayya7tiny min enny a7ky nafs elkalam, becoz ana wselt elbait ree7ty kolha dokhan :/

    It was really nice to see you all guys :P

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  11. It was my pleasure meeting you all, nice pictures Jad.

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  12. iam sure i missed this JP meeting :(

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  13. hahaha kicked arse, Jad for governor :P

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