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And this for none believers!

I told them, it's snowing and they though I'm making it up!

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  1. tab leish masek il camera bil sha2loob?

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  2. yes its snowing, bas ballah id3i allah tdalha talej o yemsek o bokra ma ndawem yaa yaa :D

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  3. LOL!! dab7ak el talj shikloh :D

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  4. but it lasted for 3 min 23 seconds :)

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  5. Roba,
    It wasn't my Camera, my camera does the flip thingy for me.

    Naturalblue,
    Amen!

    Ola,
    yeah yeah :-) you know I've been waiting for it for about five years now!

    Barhoum,
    It doesn't matter, it always start like this but (hopefully) flood us at night.

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  6. is this the astra plaza building?

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  7. Moey,
    even after reading my reply to her?

    Ghaloosh,
    Yeah, it is Astra plaza.

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  8. kont khayfeh men exam bas i did well thx god :D

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  9. u have been tagged, check my blog and lets shake it ;)

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  10. wish it would ever snow in here as well.. :(

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