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Biracial kid (half Somali/half Finnish) goes to Mogadishu

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Re: Biracial kid (half Somali/half Finnish) goes to Mogadish

Postby vikingman » Tue Sep 30, 2014 12:39 pm

This kid is only in touch with his somali roots because his father is somali, i got half cadaan family members and you would guess they were somali by the way they behave and carry themselves, this is because their father is somali.

A somalian woman will abandon her culture and embrace gaalnimo with her children whole-heartedly

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Re: Biracial kid (half Somali/half Finnish) goes to Mogadish

Postby MaliPrince » Tue Sep 30, 2014 2:45 pm

This kid is only in touch with his somali roots because his father is somali, i got half cadaan family members and you would guess they were somali by the way they behave and carry themselves, this is because their father is somali.

A somalian woman will abandon her culture and embrace gaalnimo with her children whole-heartedly
true.

somali women are the cause of the death of the somali people.

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Re: Biracial kid (half Somali/half Finnish) goes to Mogadish

Postby vikingman » Wed Oct 01, 2014 2:24 am

This kid is only in touch with his somali roots because his father is somali, i got half cadaan family members and you would guess they were somali by the way they behave and carry themselves, this is because their father is somali.

A somalian woman will abandon her culture and embrace gaalnimo with her children whole-heartedly
true.

somali women are the cause of the death of the somali people.

indeed brother you speak the truth

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Re: Biracial kid (half Somali/half Finnish) goes to Mogadish

Postby FieldMarshalMenace » Wed Oct 01, 2014 11:08 pm

:stylin:

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Re: Biracial kid (half Somali/half Finnish) goes to Mogadish

Postby Strategic » Tue Apr 26, 2016 11:50 am

:-O His Somali half parent must have been Madooow Badaan Hawiye. The kid does not even look remotely half Finnish! Seriously? My brothers look exactly like that and they are FULL SOMALIS!! And why is the kid carrying "PINK" laptop case and wearing carnival neck pearls??? Uuuf I am not impressed. :eat:
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