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Happy 24th of June Jordan!

Happy 24th of June to all Jordanians.

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  1. Happy 24th o 3ogbal il 100 24th :P

  2. [...] Happy 24th June to all Jordanians....And Bonne fete nationale to everyone in Quebec! [...]

  3. Yugi's Blog : Source Lines of Code of my LifeJune 23, 2007 at 10:52 PM

    [...] wish all Jordanians a happy 24th of June!!!Labels: Fun, [...]

  4. What's the story behind the date? You and Yugi, you must tell us.

  5. Happy birthday Jado, Happy birthday Jado, Happy Birthday, Happy Birthday, Happy Birthday Jado

  6. Happy birthday :)
    Can you check the link under the image, please..

  7. wallah happy birthday i know eno bardet wejeh ana sorry :) happy birthday ya Jado :)

  8. Thank you ya jama3a, sorry for the delayed response but I was ma3joog bel e7tifalat :p

  9. Happy Birthday :)


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