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And the best snow man is.....

This Snowman and little man were in Al-Abdali Station.

[tags] amman, jordan, snow, man [/tags]


  1. Jad, the big one kinda looks like you. What is he doing though?! Dancing sharkasi? He looks like he might have dislocated BOTH his shoulders...

    Bas watani.

  2. Tololy
    LoL, I'd tag your comment with "Abuse of knowledge" ;)

  3. loooooooool @ the small one

    mmmmm mine is cuter :D

  4. mlabseno jacket kaman? dafyaan aktar menee!!

  5. HAHAHAHAHA Nahfeh hada il snow man.
    What's his name? 3oglah? hehehe

  6. [...] wins most patriotic snowman, hehehe, I called him [...]

  7. loool!! this is hilarious. good job!

  8. So the line down his chest...did he have open heart surgery once? :P

  9. leih il small one heik mashtoob?

  10. MAher
    3ashan ma yeltafe7, kh6ayeh

    7aki Fadi
    Hboob al-ree7 ;)

    It's not my creation, I found it somewhere close to Abdali sation.

    LoL, Apparently ;)

    6alie3 men hosha


    you mean, shaklo Gordoni :p

  11. :D
    la2 3ala salametkon

  12. abdaliii :( What the hell were you doing there?! lol

  13. [...] آخراً, المدون جاد يقرر أن أفضل رجل ثلج رآه حتى الآن هو هذا [...]


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