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NGONGE;908797 wrote:
^^ War did you join Paragon and others in the African jungles too? Naga daa!

 

Don't the people have a phone?
:D

Yes NG, and? should I asked to drop everything and come early (though i chose the time and place)

 

Africa? not yet...later in the month insha Allah...

 

Thanks Faheema. (it has been a while), how are you?

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NGONGE   

^^ I didn't, YOU did with your "what are you doing this weekend" questions. Lakin waa axmaq and it took him several minutes to get it and come back at you "walaal macaan" (an ugly ugly expression). :D :D

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Jacaylbaro;908795 wrote:
I thought Alpha had some green friends ,,, what happened niyow ?
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LOL@JB,

 

i've left the GREEN world behind.

 

i've some BLUE Friends too. inside jokes are amazing ma istidhi?

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Juxa   

please dont tell me you call one another walaal-macaan?

 

Zu, africa is rough place, think hard before you decide to chase the ££££££ into the sunset

 

ngonge meesha iskaga tag, intadan english oday noqon

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NGONGE;908801 wrote:
^^ I didn't, YOU did with your "what are you doing this weekend" questions. Lakin waa axmaq and it took him several minutes to get it and come back at you "walaal macaan" (an ugly ugly expression).
:D
:D

i could swear NG and Faheema are married in real life or something. why are always blocking my advances sxb. i would've already finished this mashruuc but you're getting in the way.

 

@Faheema - i'm gonna make you a neo-soul CD mix. classic stuff, you know. LOL

 

@NG - better than naya? isn't that what you reer burao call your women.

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Faheema.   

^lol LOZ, adna ma u camirtay :D

 

^lol Juxa, I prefer one or the other, walal macaan just sounds disturbing.

 

LOZ, yeah alhamdulilah all is well.

 

lol NGONGE, I thought I should be nice to him for once, lakiin wax baa iga gaadhay :D

 

 

Alpha, on one condition, quraan ha lugu saaro yaa.

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NGONGE   

^^ No, reer Burco say "walaal macaan" too. I can't stand the phrase unless it's used with an actual sister. :D

 

p.s.

How am I blocking you when I helped you bring out into the open what you shied from doing for the past couple of years? :P

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Juxa   

have fun legend

 

Ngonge reer burco never say walal macan, in fact Ibti has never said a single word with naxariis for the years i have known her. Faheema la qaatey oo at least magacada kugu wacaysa

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lol NORF explaining "whites goods", Ngonge accused of planning a cool week end shopping at Asda, khat n TV.

It's a myth btw that women only gossips, some men are backbiting non-stop including pseudo sheikhs, it's common envy and insecurity or character assasinating someone "preventively".

 

I do call people I trust walaal and show affection, it's a tiny minority though outside cousins or family; I'm naturally easygoing but have been wounded or see ingratitude enough to focus unconditional love (with courtesy to all).

 

Albeit I get along with widely different people (treat them as I would expect or better), I only call friend someone I can trust fully, at least as much as my cousin; the truth is that it's very hard to get someone good hearted, religious who is also able to understand you or is intellectually similar.

C' est la vie, you make do with it, just went xalay to gym with this wadaad. Why I love him?

He envy or jealous little others and is humble; he actually invites me to Xamar with full package (it's nice even though I will pay my way myself, people often express gratitude with lies or malice).

I just can't understand how you guys get so many close friends, I wish I could :D

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NGONGE   

Juxa;908817 wrote:
have fun legend

 

Ngonge reer burco never say walal macan, in fact Ibti has never said a single word with naxariis for the years i have known her. Faheema la qaatey oo at least magacada kugu wacaysa

They don't do it as often as others do but I've come across the phrase from many people in the past. Even worse, some use it so much that an aunt would forget and refer to her nephew as walaal macan or a mother to her son, etc. Of course, and as Alpha would say, the phrase is uuuf. :D

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