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My smoking might be bothering you, but it's killing me.


  1. 6ayeb stop! Basee6a!

  2. good :) so you're going to die LOL
    J/K long time (lights up a cig)

  3. Try to learn from this:

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  5. Wow, Jad! I'm so impressed. You know I've been praying for you to quit, right? Allah Kareem

  6. Indeed it is and when youre gone they will still be people moaning about smokers.

  7. LOL is that the new excuse for smokers? Hey I am dying here, cut me some slack!

  8. yee .. baseeta man !! ma 7ada bemot ela ele khallas 3omro :p

  9. hahaha,
    i was thinking in something like that, a week ago...
    if you find any good way to stop smoking, just tell me,
    thanks in advance :D


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