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Mountain Breeze - Painball

First, lets agree on not asking me to count bruises, OK ?
Second they should name it Painball rather than paintball as you don't get annoyed of paint as the pain of bullets, OK? ohh my back :(

In our first round we played with Iraqi team, they were so professional, they knew the in and out of the map and it was fine to shoot less than two meters!!! my knee :(

In our second round the going through the map was much easier even to give Ibra good reasons to hate me (L: his ear and more and more reasons for Karim to have me as enemy in third roud (:L his butt! neyhahahaha

Third round Reef was afraid to leave the base, Karim and George tried intimidated me :( my back, shoulder, knee, butt :( but they got something in return.

It was amazing game, the club is cool with amazing views but I think they got to do some service quality control and busy day isn't acceptable excuse at all else they should give a busy day discount.

now here is my advice to you, One, it's amazing game everyone should try. Two, get ready to burn some 50 JOD there. Three, make sure to book with a dermatologist next day.

Mountain Breeze

[tags] paint, ball, paintball, painball, mountain, breeze, country, club, jordan, salt, zai, gilad [/tags]

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