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Guess which blogger is getting married TOMORROW

and win FREE pizza


  1. I'd love to ruin this for you and everyone but I'll be a good girl and keep quiet. People, you will NOT guess lol.

    PS: It isn't Qwaider & Maioush, they're on the 13th :P

  2. Samer Qwaider !!!! and I win the Pizza

  3. here is a lucky guess ?
    Bakkouz ??

  4. tomorrow tomorrow? wella ba3d tomorrow? i know ba3d tomorrow qwaider w maioush 13th..bas if there is another blogger tell us..(i promise no parties bas i want to know)

    you? :D


    no wait..hada wishful thinking ajawezkom into il tnain

    momkin atasel b sadeeq?

    a3teena hint

  5. Batoul
    Thankfully you are not mean :-) anyway we are talking about different blogger ;)

    Laa? ya3ni would I launch this CONTEST when the world already know about Samer?


    I'm not telling you, you're a well known wedding crasher :p

    o sho hint ma hint, kolha pizza ya jama3a

  6. Batoul
    Someone I know :pPppp

  7. its bakkouuzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz


    i am so happy for him

    mabrooooooooook 3o2balak jad


    ana ba7eb pizza min dominos philly large tx :D

  8. Ok, Najeeb will get a pizza

  9. oh damn! why i didnt see this before?? wela my guess wont be counted? :(

  10. Ya3ni you introduced them o you want to participate ? ma beseer 7ajeh, khalas Najeeb faz


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