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On 12/26/2017 at 8:07 PM, IbnMariam said:

خخخخخخخخ hhhhhhhhh

من يضحكون ليس بالقوي

أكره وقت

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6 minutes ago, hasanhh said:

lf you can read in English, you can write in English.

لا

ربما انت تتعلم لغة العربية

?فهمت

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8 hours ago, hasanhh said:

lf you can read in English, you can write in English.

 

8 hours ago, Intellectual Resistance said:

من يضحكون ليس بالقوي

أكره وقت

 

8 hours ago, Intellectual Resistance said:

لا ربما انت تتعلم لغة العربية

فهمت

l wonder if you are incorrigible.    :egg:

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8 hours ago, hasanhh said:

l wonder if you are incorrigible.    :egg:

استغفر الله يا أخي

ماذا تقول

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7 minutes ago, hasanhh said:

lf you can read in English, you can write in English.

اللغة ليست إنجليزية

افهمك ما تقول

ولكن لن افعل كذلك

فهمت

طيب

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Talking in Arabic and teasing dear brother Hassanah was my attempt at a 'poor joke'.

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On 03/01/2018 at 1:04 PM, hasanhh said:

:cry:"lt was more 'tormenting' than 'poor joke'."

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l was thinking back to about 6 decades ago about skool.

The teacher was talking about clouds.

She said the clouds become heavy with water.

Then she asked, "What do you have when the water falls out of the clouds?"

l answered, "Lighter clouds".

l still do not know why l was sent to the office.

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Saturday night, 06Jan, the news said with flights being turned away for landing, over populated terminals, piles of unsorted baggage, and nobody seemed to know what was going on in the middlle of a blizzard with the entire airport in havoc since Thursday; the passengers started calling JFK lntern'l Airport  "J.F. Kaos" (for 'chaos').

Now this:  http://cnn.com/2018/01/07/us/jfk-airport-flooding/index.html 

l guess this is funny only if you are not there.

This may give some boost to Trump's infrastructure initiatives.

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A dog walks into a butcher shop and the butcher asks, “What do you want?” The dog points to steak in a glass case. “How many pounds?” The dog barks twice. “Anything else?” The dog points to some pork chops and barks four times. So the butcher wraps up a two-pound steak and four pork chops, and places the bag in the dog’s mouth. He then takes money from a purse tied around the dog’s neck, and sees him out.

A customer, who has been watching in amazement, follows the dog to a house several blocks away, where it rings the doorbell to be let in. As the owner appears at the door, the customer says, “What a remarkable dog!”

“Remarkable?” snorts the owner. “This is the second time this week he’s forgotten his keys.”

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l am listening to this crime show on TV.

So apparently, this lawyer tells the police that after returning from a shooting range, he told his wife to reload the pistol while they were in the bedroom while he went to wash his face in the bathroom.   :jamesbond:

The commentator says, "Even l do not find that romantic." 

:hahaha:

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French Cycling Hero Retires: at 106

French cyclist Robert Marchand is retiring at 106 years old.

DeutscheWelle in its news report said in his long and varied and adventurous life the record setting bicyclist will look for new challenges.

:gossip:"l bet he advances to tricycles."  :D

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Cute story.

So l went to baby sit my 2 yr-old nephew. l go in at his breakfast and he says, "Coming, coming" since he can't say 'come-in' yet. Then he hands me part of a hard-boiled egg.

Later, l am in the garage for a cigarette and he points and asks about a tricycle. He had a bicycle with training wheels last Summer which l'd push him on. So he pulls out this tricycle someone gave them, stands there and points-asks about different features. Wheel, handle bar, and tries to say, "twai-cis-cul".

l point to the seat and tell him to sit. So he walks to the back, turns around and sits on the edge. lt moved a little, but he was facing backwards. Twice.

"No ... no ... no" l said. "Here" and l pick him up and set him in the seat. Then l get that, 'O.K., this is more comfortable' look. Then he walks it forward. Then backward.

About falls over getting off. Tries to get back-on. Gotta get that foot over the seat. He figures that out.  Then he gets off again, steps away, and then steps up and swings his leg over the seat and sits down. He knows he has this part accomplished.

Beginning to walk the tricycle around --as his feet can't reach the pedals-- he starts riding all over the place.

But he doesn't have the idea of  'steering', yet. So he gets to a wall or door, stands up, turns the tricycle, and goes a little further. Repeat ... and repeat ... and repetitively repeat.

He hooks a rear wheel on a box and can't go forward. "AAAAHH" and looks at me. So l go over and move the tricycle so the wheel is clear while he is watching the wheel. l guess he could 'by-feel' knew which part of the tricycle was the problem area.

We go back into the house. His mother is late and l need to go to the store. Finally, here she comes. She also wanted me to add fluids into her car. So l hurry outside to get them out of my car.

Guess who follows me out into the snow in his pajamas.

Now guess who is in big trouble.

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