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This is how you know Somalis love Geela

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Re: This is how you know Somalis love Geela

Postby gegiroor » Thu Apr 30, 2015 10:37 am

I recognize many of these ones, my dad taught me when I was about 12 years old, how are you suppose to remember this stuff if you don't actually live the lifestyle ? I like to just know this shit because many of my elders think it is cool.
As a kid, I was sent to the nomadic family members after school was closed every year from grade 5 - Grade 11. It was a tough life during the dry season, but luckily, it was after the rainy gu' (spring) season that I was sent there. I event went to the miyi (countryside) in 2011 for about 20 days. It was great and beautiful!


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