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The annoying kid



[tags] family, guy, annoying, kid [/tags]

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  1. HA HA HAHAHAHAHAHA
    That is soooooooooooooooooo funny :)

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  2. that's STEWIE

    mush ayya KID!
    He just got clingy on his mom in that certain episode, he usually hates her! hehehe

    omar

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  3. if he was my son I wud've sent him back to his "mama"s @$$!

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  4. il annoying is his mom..if she answered him when he first called he wouldn't have bugged her or us

    tayyeb balki beddo yroo7 3al toilete? min hon la raddat kan 3emelha ta7to..w akeed he did ba3d ma raddat.

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  5. Wedad,
    How funny that you said that, wallahi no offense, but I thought of you when I saw the video. You are a sport girl.

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