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Snow Attack

Medic on the way~!

Ok, no worries, we are here!

Taxi driver stopping on traffic light? even in snow?, AWESOME.

Vvvvvrrrrrrrmmmmmmmmmm, I WANT TO BURN MY TIERS

View from inside



[tags] Amman, Jordan, Snow, Attack [/tags]

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  1. thanks for the photos.. I was wondering if it did really snow!! So now I assume everyone is in holiday.. wohooo!

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  2. now el wa7ad be'7ames o ma 7ada bey7ke ma3o :P

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  3. I don't have camera :(
    All Jordan University is white :D

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  4. that is cool you know.. I've never seen real snow

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  5. Simply Me
    Yeah; we got extension however, rumours says that civil defence has new equipments now and they will clean it up quickly

    MAher
    Only if I'm able to make it to the main street.

    Ramy Eid
    your mobile man! but do not tell me you got a cameraless phone/

    Chikapappi
    Then you should consider relocating to Jordan; where you can enjoy the moderate summer (compared to gulf), winter and snow.

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  6. Nice pics, but they must have been fairly early as there'a good bit more snow than that now...

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  7. lol
    I have C200 Motorola Mobile
    http://www.motorola.com/mot/image/5/5004_MotImage.jpg

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