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  1. WEBSITES YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT: Meebo Buzzillions Pandora Prosper Yelp Etsy Chegg GrandCentral Woot and knowledge is power>>>>>>>>>>>>>> ^^^get your learn on^^^ ^^^^dictionary of free stuff on the net<<<<<<<< and oh yea sorry outside the states ppl.. hope these go international soon. AND the one that impressed me. :eek: this company just got acquired by no other than GOOGLE better go up there and reserve ya area codes..seriously+ Taking your phone to another level.. list of things you can do. Screen Callers Know who's calling and screen unknown callers ListenIn Hear why someone is calling before taking the call Call Record Record calls on the fly and access recordings online Block Callers Unwanted callers won't be able to reach you anymore Notifications Receive voicemail notifications via email or SMS Ring Different Phones One number that rings different phones based on who's calling Greetings Personalize your voicemail greetings by caller or group RingShare Go beyond the ring and choose ringback tones for your callers WebCall Button Let people call you from a web page without showing your number CallSwitch Switch phones in the middle of a call Click2Call Call from your addressbook and save your typing Mobile Access Visual voicemail for your mobile phone yeah this is good too. it kinda old but.. if you don't know about it.. from their website About Pandora® When was the last time you fell in love with a new artist or song? At Pandora, we have a single mission: To play music you'll love - and nothing else. To understand just how we do this, and why we think we do it really, really well, you need to know about the Music Genome Project®. Since we started back in 2000, we have been hard at work on the Music Genome Project. It's the most comprehensive analysis of music ever undertaken. Together our team of fifty musician-analysts has been listening to music, one song at a time, studying and collecting literally hundreds of musical details on every song. It takes 20-30 minutes per song to capture all of the little details that give each recording its magical sound - melody, harmony, instrumentation, rhythm, vocals, lyrics ... and more - close to 400 attributes! We continue this work every day to keep up with the incredible flow of great new music coming from studios, stadiums and garages around the country. With Pandora you can explore this vast trove of music to your heart's content. Just drop the name of one of your favorite songs or artists into Pandora and let the Genome Project go. It will quickly scan its entire world of analyzed music, almost a century of popular recordings - new and old, well known and completely obscure - to find songs with interesting musical similarities to your choice. Then sit back and enjoy as it creates a listening experience full of current and soon-to-be favorite songs for you. You can create as many "stations" as you want. And you can even refine them. If it's not quite right you can tell it so and it will get better for you. The Music Genome Project was founded by musicians and music-lovers. We believe in the value of music and have a profound respect for those who create it. We like all kinds of music, from the most obtuse bebop, to the most tripped-out drum n bass, to the simplest catchy pop tune. Our mission is to help you connect with the music YOU like. We hope you enjoy the experience!
  2. Originally posted by buuxo: Mine is very basic... STOP .. LOOK/LISTEN .... GO i love a good quote and know alot by heart. here's one of my favorite by ann landers: "Class has a sense of humor. It knows that a good laugh is the best lubricant for oiling the machinery of human relations. Class never makes excuses. It takes its lumps and learns from past mistakes. Class bespeaks an aristocracy unrelated to ancestors or money. Some extremely wealthy people have no class at all, while others who are struggling to make ends meet are loaded with it. Class is real. You can't fake it. Class never tries to build itself up by tearing others down. Class is already up and need not attempt to look better by making others look worse. Everyone is comfortable with the person who has class because he is comfortable with himself. If you have class, you've got it made. If you don't have class, no matter what else you have, it won't make up for it."
  3. great insight into ignorance: +modern video editing> so you can't hear the other panelists argumentl!
  4. Originally posted by Omer: KHAT is good for you its the source of medicine that can cure stress and gives u a high successful rate in attracting women if you can see this other gif.. your probably chewing right now!!!
  5. OK, FOUND THIS TO FAKE.. Last Updated: Saturday, 28 April 2007, 17:22 GMT 18:22 UK E-mail this to a friend Printable version Nigeria 'lesbian wedding' denied A picture of Aunty Maiduguri from a leaflet given to guests Enlarge Image A Nigerian woman reported to have "married" four women last weekend in Kano State has denied the allegations. Aunty Maiduguri told the BBC the reports of her wedding were false, and that she was not a lesbian. She had gone to the police and lawyers and would take the case to court in an effort to clear her name, she said. Under Sharia law, adopted in the state seven years ago, homosexuality and same-sex marriages are outlawed and considered very serious offences. Lesbianism is also illegal under Nigeria's national penal code. 'A lie' Aunty Maiduguri insisted she "never practised" lesbianism. "It's a lie, it's unbelievable. I have never in my life seen where a lady can marry four ladies at one time. "I have never practised - never heard the word 'lesbian' - truly," she told the BBC in Kano. She said the elaborate wedding celebration held on Sunday was actually a ceremony to raise money for the women's weddings to men. She said: "One of them gets a husband to marry so I organised in order to get something sorted." The theatre where the ceremony took place has since been demolished by Kano city's authorities. Eyewitnesses said there was a large turnout and guests were given leaflets as a souvenir showing Aunty Maiduguri surrounded by her "brides". But she said the words on the pamphlets meant "love and understanding". "They are my sisters, what will I put apart from love and understanding or love and kindness?" Aunty Maiduguri said she was willing to challenge Kano's Hisbah board, which uses volunteers to enforce Islamic rule. "I am ever ready to fight the director of that Hisbah," she said. Aunty Maiduguri and the four other women went into hiding after religious police issued warrants against them. Punishment All five women are believed to be film actresses in the local home-video industry, and said to be born Muslims, otherwise they would not be covered by Sharia law. Nigeria's parliament is considering tightening its laws on homosexuality. Islam says a man can take up to four wives if he is able to support them. "As defenders of the Sharia laws, we shall not allow this unhealthy development to take root in the state," the Hisbah's deputy commander Ustaz Abubakar Rabo told Nigeria's This Day newspaper. Mr Rabo told the BBC's Focus on Africa programme that if the women were found guilty of lesbianism they faced one of two punishments. For a married woman the offence would be considered adultery for which the punishment is death by stoning. A single woman would be caned. A Kano police spokesman told the BBC that his officers were not actively looking for the women, but would arrest them if need be.
  6. that is so sad, big ups to olol studio for bringing to light a dark and growing issue in the somali community, we need to speak openly about these issues.
  7. got this off of the huffingtonpost website: fox news quoting a parody news like(the onion) as an actual news story and making fun of some innocent somalis out in lewiston maine?. so here are the ignorant imbeciles at fox and freinds making a fool of themselves.! ******! //////////////////// On Tuesday, Fox News morning show “Fox & Friends” aired at least eight segments on a purported “news” story that was actually a parody article written by a publication similar to The Onion. The backstory: Last week in the town of Lewiston, Maine, a group of Somalian Muslim middle school students were the subject of a cruel prank when their peers placed a ham steak next to them in order to personally offend the students. School officials filed a report because the students considered the act to be a hate/bias crime. This actual story was then spoofed by a parody site called Associated Content, which made up quotes and details, such as the school’s intention to “create an anti-ham ‘response plan.’” On Tuesday, Fox & Friends reported these parody quotes and details as actual news. Poking fun at the students, hosts asked whether ham was “a hate crime…or lunch?” and showed screen shots of ham sandwiches, starving Somalians, belching, animal noises, and mock “reenactments” of the incident. Ironically, the hosts assured viewers several times, “We’re not making this up!” Watch a compilation:
  8. i was told with great power comes great responsibility lmao!!!!!
  9. yeah the part when there shouting allahu me also i'm appalled and totally disgusted by this yet they seem to hold the same beliefs i have...but i can't even imagine praying or being in the same vicinity as these merciless cowards.. fo'real.. i know both sides of the argument but violence begets violence and this is a pure example of the hatred and evil in humans.
  10. no i got it from another website. propaganda videos huh?.. can you get arrested for it if its online? anyway.. clearly not for the faint at heart.
  11. this video is so senseless man.. definately a reminder next time you hear 200 people killed in a car bomb in some market in bagdad or 14 people killed somewhere in mogadishu, dont' write it off as a statistic or a conversation piece.. the world is an atrocious place to live.
  12. this is very graphic if you don't like videos of graphic nature dont' click. and by graphic i mean brutal..
  13. assist: Flugan under glaset Senast uppdaterad 5 februari 2006 00:04 Något hände mot slutet av förra året, efter upploppen i Frankrikes invandrartäta förorter: det blev tyst, väldigt tyst, om Europas ”sociala modell”. Bara ett par månader tidigare, när New Orleans hemsökts av orkanen Katrina, vältrade sig europeiska medier och politiker i skadeglädje. USA beskrevs som ett ”u-land”, oförmöget att skydda sina medborgare, väsensskilt från ett solidariskt och medkännande Europa. Men så började det brinna i Paris, Lyon och Marseille. En generad tystnad lägrade sig. Den amerikanska samhällsmodellen, med djupa klyftor och grovmaskiga skyddsnät, är det knappast någon som vill kopiera i Europa. Men det finns en del att lära. Till exempel när det gäller invand-rares integration på arbetsmarknaden. Att Europa har allvarliga problem på det området framgår av en rad OECD-studier. Och det gäller i allra högsta grad Sverige, där sysselsättningsgapet mellan utlands- och svenskfödda uppgår till 15 procentenheter. I början av 1990-talet, när Somalia kollapsade, flydde hundratusentals somalier utomlands. De som kom till Sverige var närmast chanslösa på arbetsmarknaden: 1997 var andelen sysselsatta somalier 10 procent. Det är bättre nu: omkring 30 procent är sysselsatta. Fast det är långt kvar till den nationella nivån: 77 procent. Benny Carlson, docent i ekonomisk historia vid Lunds universitet, har i samarbete med tankesmedjan Zufi i Malmö gett ut en tankeväckande skrift: Somalier i Minneapolis – en dynamisk affär. Många somalier som hamnade i USA sökte sig till den nordliga delstaten Minnesota och till Minneapolis-Saint Paul, The Twin Cities, ett storstadsområde med drygt tre miljoner invånare. I Minnesota lever uppskattningsvis 25000 somalier och i Minneapolis har de samlats kring avenyerna Cedar och Riverside, en stadsdel som alltid har lockat invandrare. För hundra år sedan var det svenskar som dominerade; Cedar Avenue kallades Snoose Boulevard, Snusboulevarden. Somalierna utgör, skriver Benny Carlson, ”inte en välmående grupp, men väl en arbetande grupp och sannolikt en grupp i dynamisk utveckling”. Sysselsättningen bland Minneapolis somalier uppgår till 55–60 procent. Den är alltså dubbelt så hög som i Sverige. Den första – och sannolikt viktigaste – förklaringen stavas entreprenörskap. Omkring 800 företag i Minneapolis drivs av somalier. Antalet växer snabbt. År 2003 fanns det 38 somaliska egenföretagare i Sverige. Den andra förklaringen, som delvis hänger samman med den första, är att somalierna i Minneapolis har bildat en så kallad enklavekonomi. Människor med gemensamt etniskt ursprung startar verksamheter för att försörja sig, för att hjälpa varandra – och för att sedan växa ut i det omgivande samhället: Små livsmedelsbutiker blir supermarkets. Enkla ”hål i väggen” blir riktiga restauranger. Taxichaufförer slår sig ihop och startar åkerier. På restaurang Safari träffar Benny Carlson Jamal Hashi, som driver stället med sin bror. Från början var de helt inriktade på sina gamla landsmän och hade inte ens någon meny, men nu har de inte bara en meny, utan också en kundkrets med icke-somalier. De har tretton anställda: sex mexikaner, fyra etiopier och tre somalier. Affärerna går bra: ”There’s opportunity here.” Bröderna har högtflygande planer på en afrikansk snabbmatskedja. Det kan, säger Jamal, rent av bli en restaurang i Sverige, som han beskriver genom att citera en vän i Stockholm: ”Man är som en fluga fångad i ett uppochnervänt glas. Man känner att ens drömmar går i kras.” Hussein Samatar kom till Minnesota 1994. Då kunde han inte engelska. Nu leder han ett nyföretagarcenter och påpekar att ”dollarn är grön, inte vit eller svart”. Omer Hassan, som var revisor i Somalia, driver ett ”multiserviceföretag” som hjälper till med deklarationer, ansökningar och resehandlingar. Han sliter hårt, men är, säger han, ”top man on the market”. Shejk Sàad Muse, ålderman och religiös ledare, håller en miniföreläsning om att Somalia ligger strategiskt vid Afrikas horn och att somalierna därför är vana vid att resa, handla och anpassa sig: ”Vi kan vara somalier, muslimer och amerikaner på en gång.” Carlsons främsta avsikt är inte att jämföra Minnesota och Sverige, men han konstaterar att det torde ”finnas inslag som kan tjäna som tankeställare på vår sida av Atlanten”. Så är det. Hans lilla bok, 74 välmatade sidor, borde cirkulera i det svenska regeringskansliet och bland kommunala makthavare i Malmö, Göteborg och Stockholm: Företagande, eget och andras, är nyckeln till framgångsrik integration. Vart femte nytt företag i Sverige startas av någon som är född utomlands. Dessa entreprenörer är välutbildade: 44 procent av dem har högre utbildning. I hela befolkningen i yrkesverksam ålder är andelen högutbildade 29 procent. Men de invandrade företagarna hade kunnat vara fler – och mer framgångsrika – om de erbjudits bättre betingelser: * Bland personer födda utomlands skulle 33 procent helst vilja vara företagare jämfört med 26 procent bland personer födda i Sverige. * Fyra av tio utlandsfödda företagare anser att svenska myndigheter saknar positiv inställning till småföretag. Nästan varannan anser att regler och tillståndskrav är ett hinder för tillväxt. * 84 procent av företagarna födda utomlands vill expandera verksamheten. Den svenska genomsnittssiffran är 63 procent. * Sex av tio utlandsfödda företagare upplever Sverige som främlingsfientligt. Följaktligen har Sverige ett och annat att lära av Minnesota och USA. Där spelar, vilket framgår av exemplet Minneapolis, tjänstesektorn en viktig i roll som inkörsport. Det faktum att Sverige och andra europeiska länder har en mindre privat tjänstesektor än USA förklarar varför arbetslösheten har bitit sig fast på höga nivåer: när det blir färre jobb i tillverkningsindustrin uppstår det inte tillräckligt med nya företag och nya arbetstillfällen i tjänstebranscherna. Hårdast drabbas redan utsatta grupper på arbetsmarknaden. En färsk SNS-studie visar att Sverige, med sina regleringar och offentliga monopol på tjänsteområdet, är det OECD-land som uppvisar det svagaste långsiktiga sambandet mellan tillväxt och sysselsättning. Amerikanerna förstår – och bejakar – invandrarföretagens ekonomiska och sociala betydelse. För invandrarna själva och för samhället som helhet. I ett land som Sverige anses det däremot inte vara företagsamma individer som driver utvecklingen framåt, utan välvilliga system. Men även här har entreprenörer utifrån, historiskt, haft stor betydelse: Carnegie, Bonnier, Bukowski, Becker, Mazetti, Zoéga, Felix. Det var en brittisk invandrare, Samuel Owen, som i början på 1800-talet lade grunden till den svenska verkstadsindustrin. Hur många chilenska, libanesiska, iranska och somaliska motsvarigheter har vi missat? Malyun Ali kom till USA 1997 via ett flyktingläger i Kenya och driver en liten butik i Minneapolis parallellt med att hon jobbar i hemtjänsten. ”Livet i Amerika är hårt men bra. Om du har en dröm kan du genomföra den”, säger hon till Benny Carlson. Själv drömmer hon om en ännu större butik. Och om att anställa personal. Visst låter det idylliskt i överkant. Alla lyckas inte. Livet som fattig invandrare i USA är hårt, precis som Malyun framhåller. Attityderna till muslimer har påverkats av terrordåden den 11 september 2001. Men det är också hårt att kvävas av missriktad välvilja. Att redan från början stämplas som hopplöst fall. En fluga under glaset. MER ATT LÄSA: Somalier i Minneapolis – en dynamisk affär (Zufi) av Benny Carlson. Den invandrade tillväxtkraften (B2005:06, Nutek). Vem vill bli företagare? (B2005:2, Nutek). NBER-rapporten II. Att reformera välfärdsstaten. Amerikanskt perspektiv på den svenska modellen (SNS) red. Freeman, Swedenborg, Topel. Inte bara valloner. Invandrare i svenskt näringsliv under 1000 år (Timbro) av Anders Johnson ============ You should ask ob'wan
  14. for those who can't see the video i put it on youtube finally! sorry it was kinda late..(damn programs)
  15. Originally posted by Kimiya: quote:Originally posted by CLEVER-TREVOR: bombastic lol...fantastiK.. you have recipe's online right... same web site.. good luck.. Hook the sister up too. The photos you posted on the other thread looked so good... I've got to try it. No sound, no image for me. Youtube it Tenacious YOUTUBE COMING up was having trouble d/l this file since yesterday but i finnaly got a program up that will d/l it for will be here once it's up...
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  17. OH JAY wassup brah.. yo you did ya thang man.. i was trying to catch today... good looking on the video... ! this is gonna go on youtube kid! good job!!
  18. lol there should really be more love out there for single moms.. just not coming from my atmosphere! too much pressure. Found this Somewhere and thought it was cooll -------------- "I never quite figured out why the sexual urge of men and women differ so much. And I never have figured out the whole Venus and Mars thing. I have never figured out why men think with their head and women with their heart. FOR EXAMPLE: One evening last week, my girlfriend and I were getting into bed. Well, the passion starts to heat up, and she eventually says "I don't feel like it, I just want you to hold me." I said "WHAT??!! What was that?!" So she says the words that every boyfriend on the planet dreads to hear... "You're just not in touch with my emotional needs as a woman enough for me to satisfy your physical needs as a man." She responded to my puzzled look by saying, "Can't you just love me for who I am and not what I do for you in the bedroom?" Realizing that nothing was going to happen that night, I went to sleep. The very next day I opted to take the day off of work to spend time with her. We went out to a nice lunch and then went shopping at a big, big unnamed department store. I walked around with her while she tried on several different very expensive outfits. She couldn't decide which one to take so I told her we'd just buy them all. She wanted new shoes to compliment her new clothes, so I said lets get a pair for each outfit. We went onto the jewelry department where she picked out a pair of diamond earrings. Let me tell you...she was so excited. She must have thought I was one wave short of a shipwreck. I started to think she was testing me because she asked for a tennis bracelet when she doesn't even know how to play tennis. I think I threw her for a loop when I said, "That's fine, honey." She was almost nearing sexual satisfaction from all of the excitement. Smiling with excited anticipation she finally said, "I think this is all dear, let's go to the cashier." I could hardly contain myself when I blurted out, "No honey, I don't feel like it." Her face just went completely blank as her jaw dropped with a baffled WHAT?" I then said "honey! I just want you to HOLD this stuff for a while. You're just not in touch with my financial needs as a man enough for me to satisfy your shopping needs as a woman." And just when she had this look like she was going to kill me, I added, "Why can't you just love me for who I am and not for the things I buy you?" Apparently I'm not having sex tonight either....but at least that ***** knows I'm smarter than her."
  19. now i didn't write this! although some of you might get offended!(dull ppl) it has it's hillarious parts.. and if you thought 13 was an unlucky number: consider this your lucky number from now on> no mercy: ----------------------------------- 1) Baby Damage - Birth has a traumatic effect on the female form. Pregnancy leaves stretch marks, saggy breasts, and c-section scars. I've also heard that the nookie is even stretch out and it isn't the same anymore. Then there's the weight gain. Most women NEVER LOSE IT or they never get their former hot shape back. 2) "I Can't Find A Baby Sitter" - Women will use this as an excuse to get out of date with you or they may legitmately can't find a baby sitter. Either case it isn't your problem and you shouldn't have to deal with it. 3) Babies Interrupt Sex - I've had this happen to me. I was banging a woman and her kid interrupted my sex. Needless to say I was pissed. If some kid is going to interrupt the meanest head you've ever gotten, that kid should have your last name. 4) Baby's Daddy - When your dealing with a woman and your getting know her, you shouldn't have to deal with kid's father. Some guys can't get over the fact that their ex has moved on. Before he was an un-attentive jerk and didn't give a jolly goddamn about her. Now that you've entered into the picture, the dude wants to be the ideal boyfriend and a "father of the year," nominee." The guy stars stalking her and wants to fight you. Even if the woman and guy are on good terms, the guy feels as if he can always smash. He knows her. He knows what she wants to hear and what makes her happy. The next know you your having this conversation- "I've decided to try and make it work with Jimmy's dad". Best way to avoid the situation is to avoid single moms. 5) Rent-A-Daddy - Realizing her mistake, realizing that kids (especially boys need fathers,) The woman gets desperate, any and every guy has the potential to be "daddy." You're out trying to get some, not inheirit a family. 6) The Kids Are Still Up - This is only a problem if your trying to pursue something other than a booty call. Wanting to spend time with you, but not wanting to bring strange men around her kids, you find yourself only seeing this female after 10 or 11PM. You want to move forward, but she has to make sure your the "one." This could take months. I suggest dealing with women that are readily available to hang out. 7) Double Heart Break - You are with the woman, then everything falls apart. You not only do you have to deal with losing the woman, but you've formed a bond with lil' Jimmy. You and Jimmy play HALO together, watch the Wizards' hoop it up, go to the zoo, and things dads do with sons or daughters. On top of maybe missing the woman, you miss the kid. 8) Your Not My Dad. - You hook up with the woman, eventually the issue of discipline is going to come up. Some kids being resentful or just being a bratty prick is going to eventuallly pull the "YOU CAN'T TELL ME WHAT TO DO!!! YOUR NOT MY DAD!!!" card. Personally if I did date single mothers and some dumba$$ kid pulled that stunt on me, I would say, "Your right. I'm not your father. Since I have no authority over you and you refuse to listen to me, you need to pack your sh*t and go live with your dad." This would be a deal breaker for me. In addition some mothers or the dad would have problem with you disciplining their kid. I'm sorry, if some kid broke my laptop, I'm whooping his a$$. 9) You Know What She Going To Do - She already has one kid, if you knock her up, it's safe to assume she's going to have another one. 10) Bad Judge of Character - This female got knocked up by somebody that she was "supposely in love with." Not only is she a bad judge of character, she's GROSSLY irresponsible. The same guy that's an a$$hole now, is the same guy she thought the world of and had unprotected sex with. 11) Unneccessary Expeditures - Eventually you'll get to meet the kid(s.) Soon those dates turn into family outings. Instead of paying for two people, your paying for three or more. The same goes if you move in with her. 12) You'll Never Be #1 - When your trying to build a relationship with somebody, you should be the focus of the woman's life. It should be about you and her. If she has a kid, you'll NEVER BE #1!!! That's not a bad thing either, but it's something I don't want to deal with. Neither should you. 13) Tag, Your It! - This should be the BIGGEST deterrent to EVER dealing with a single mother. In some jurisdictions, I think California is one of them, if you start dealing with a female with kids, move in with her and things go south. THE FEMALE CAN SUE YOU FOR CHILD SUPPORT!!!! She can claim that the her and child have "become a customed to you supporting the child." YOU COULD END UP POSSIBILY PAYING CHILD SUPPORT FOR A KID THAT ISN'T EVEN YOURS! Imagine being extorted money because you were doing what you thought was the "right thing." The state doesn't give a rat's a$$ about the relationship being over or you being a "good guy." They just don't want the chick on welfare. So as far as your concerned, it's "TAG, YOUR IT!"
  20. just voted dude.. best of luck on kare 11.. do some sambuza's i'll prolly tape it and put it on youtube
  21. THATS a beautiful poem fa'real. i found this on the internet it's not mine but i thought i would also bring here seems aproppriate for this topic to you somali mothers-queens out there often un-appreciated. by: annonymous "DEAR HOOYO MACAAN" a poem dedicated to our somali fell me for mine and yours...for yours and mines from our hearts and know!! check it... "DEAR HOOYO MACAAN" Our hooyo is the one fam who bears the Sweetest name and most delicate of all Who adds luster to the same as I recall Wallahi hooyo I thank you for ur tender care U know for the deep warm hugs & being there Remember how you ran to help me when I fell As a kid and kiss the spot hooyo to make it well I really appreciate all that, and the story you tell Fo'real on how you fed me from your gentle breast As a lil' infant and hushed me in your arms to rest HOOYO, HOOYO, YOU ARE THE BEST An accident of love must've brought us two together Long life to you hooyo macaan for there's no other Who takes the place of my lovely Dear Mother I wrote this and it means I love you first of all Then thanks hooyo for all you did and do Second it means you mean a lot to me, Hooyo macaan & that I really honor you And that i appreciate for all the billion things you gave me Including everything even for the Tears you shed to save me For all that you have given me, Hooyo I can return but love But most of all hooyo macaan, I guess I wrote this meaning that I am thinking of All your happiness on this hooyo, your day, your night, with pleasure and with love. Wallahi how lucky I was to have had you At the core of me Wise and good, you always knew What your son I could be But now that i'm growing up, I too Hooyo can truly see that happiness comes slowly, day by day And that u know kindnesses can never go away Under ur roof though, my love will always stay HOOYO MACAAN HOOYO "H" is for her pricless genuine purest Gold of golds heart "O" is means outstanding that she's been From the vary vary start "O" means our, and our hooyo that she'll always be "Y" is for years, and years of taking good Care of all my brothers, sisters, and me "O" means outreach, and outreaching us to Always show respect for u hooyo and "AABO" Put them all together , they spell "HOOYO" A word that means truly the world to me And the plan for this is to show that i understand As you can see Hooyo macaan , a muslim queen like you, I don't think that there'll ever be