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مستئتلة بدها عريس) She Is Eagerly Looging For A Groom)

بدها عريس من تحت الارض من فوق الارض غني او فقير طويل او قصير ما بتفرق المهم بدها عريس صار العريس لئطة بس. وين ؟ ما خلت ارنة الا وراحت عليها صارت الشغلة متل صيد العصافير و لكن ماعم تضرب معها حظها اليل و غيرها صار عندهم اولاد و كبروا بس هي عم بتدور على عريس شو ما كان يكون بوكرا بيئولو فاتا القطار! حكي العالم كتير! يا لطيف تلطف! وين العرسان ؟ شو ها الأيام ؟ كل العرسان سافرو صوب برا و اللي مات مات! مستئتلة, بس الايام ما بتضرب مع الواحد لأنو مسكرة تسكير بالوش! ناطرة و مافي حظ! العرسان صاروا متل الغيم سافروا بلارجعة! العريس صار لئطة بس بدو مين يفهم! ! ! ! ! ! ************************************************* *********************

Submitted: Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, January 29, 2014

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  • Imagine Whatif (1/30/2014 9:41:00 AM)

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