Wednesday, 3 March 2010

bagoulkom sha'3la

laish ilkuwaiteen ligafaa? okay okay MU KILHOM bas most of the kuwaities ligafa? like almost 95% of the kuwaitii population feehom hal 6abi3..

ok take me for an example 7adii malgoofa... lay daraja inii i drove to my cousins house to drive his new car just to see how it feels like 6ab3an while he was asleep

BUT WAIT,,, just to be clear i did not STEAL the car the keys were on the table so it was given to me... and if thats not an excuse then let me tell you this gabel cham youm i asked him if i can drive his car 6AB3AN KAL 3ADA galii LAAAA2! faa 7anaat chan igoulii "okay ba3daan"... AL7EEEEN wasnt that a yes? haa? haa? eeh 3abalii ba3ad faaa i did NOT steal it!

ilmohim ina ma daraa 3an isalfaa dert feeha ou radaait ou 7a6ait ilkeys ibmokanhom woho lal7een nayem;p

anyways bu6bai3 mayouz 3an 6ab3a!;p

6 comments:

Another-Penelope said...

LooL 3ady jarbay:p ee feehom 9ra7a shnsawee typical kuwaiti:Pp

Standy said...

LOOOOOOOOOOOL!!!

omg, that is looool..
yupe lagaafa mal too much!

uae teach said...

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3aliya said...

Another pepe;*
7adyy typical kuwaiti!;$

standy il7ub:*
shiftay shlon!:(

swera said...

hahaha laaaa kelesh mo stealing only borrowing :D

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