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Salaam from Nairobi

Postby Sumubaridi » Wed Dec 09, 2015 1:15 am

Salaam guys, Alxd I am in Nairobi. Will go to my home city maanta. Eastleigh is a funny city and everyone is forced to run the when you are walking. It's busier and overpopulated. People have blocked the roads to sell stuff. cars, people carrying heavy loads on pushing carts and their heads all squeeze to pass through the small path that they left. I was surprised on how everyone works. Somalis do all the odd jobs like selling tea, sambuus and sliced pinneaple on the street. Thieves will squeeze you on both sides then dig into your pocket. You can't use your smart phone until you get to saver place. Someone will snatch it. How are punks doing?

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Re: Salaam from Nairobi

Postby HayWire » Wed Dec 09, 2015 1:28 am

Salaam guys, Alxd I am in Nairobi. Will go to my home city maanta. Eastleigh is a funny city and everyone is forced to run the when you are walking. It's busier and overpopulated. People have blocked the roads to sell stuff. cars, people carrying heavy loads on pushing carts and their heads all squeeze to pass through the small path that they left. I was surprised on how everyone works. Somalis do all the odd jobs like selling tea, sambuus and sliced pinneaple on the street. Thieves will squeeze you on both sides then dig into your pocket. You can't use your smart phone until you get to saver place. Someone will snatch it. How are punks doing?
War Fucck all the other shit, Have you found a cheap wife. New female snet member was looking for you. she is ready to marry you for nothing.
Her nick name is Heblayoraqiis or something like that. freaking Ugaali eater :eat:

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Re: Salaam from Nairobi

Postby BeyondQabil » Wed Dec 09, 2015 1:30 am

Salaam guys, Alxd I am in Nairobi. Will go to my home city maanta. Eastleigh is a funny city and everyone is forced to run the when you are walking. It's busier and overpopulated. People have blocked the roads to sell stuff. cars, people carrying heavy loads on pushing carts and their heads all squeeze to pass through the small path that they left. I was surprised on how everyone works. Somalis do all the odd jobs like selling tea, sambuus and sliced pinneaple on the street. Thieves will squeeze you on both sides then dig into your pocket. You can't use your smart phone until you get to saver place. Someone will snatch it. How are punks doing?
Welcome to Kenya Sumu..Hope you have a great time.

You can use your smart phone. Nobody will snatch it.

Hope you will enjoy your stay - and you'll work too.

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Re: Salaam from Nairobi

Postby TheblueNwhite » Wed Dec 09, 2015 4:02 am

I'm in Nairobi too. Waryaa come to Yaya Center for Masala tea. I'm going to introduce to you to real women.

Haddii kale Trattoria iigu kaaley.

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Re: Salaam from Nairobi

Postby PrinceDaadi » Wed Dec 09, 2015 4:46 am

Blue: are you inviting us to Trattoria?

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Re: Salaam from Nairobi

Postby TheblueNwhite » Wed Dec 09, 2015 5:39 am

Waa ka qadeynooyaa. Kaalaya lemon and pistachio sorbet is on me.

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Re: Salaam from Nairobi

Postby MissFiora » Wed Dec 09, 2015 5:49 am

Samu ..what are you on about mate ...nobody is snatching your phone remember taking selfies while on a matatu.. Go to Java House have an iced ginger tea for me

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Re: Salaam from Nairobi

Postby Sumubaridi » Wed Dec 09, 2015 11:19 am

Akhiyaarta i have to put the phone in my pocket then keep my hands in the pocket so that no ones slips it put.

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Re: Salaam from Nairobi

Postby Thuganomics » Wed Dec 09, 2015 12:04 pm

Have a good time Sumubaradi,I heard owning a machete is a must in Eastleigh lol

TBAW what are you doing in Nairobi.are you living there now or just visiting sxb

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Re: Salaam from Nairobi

Postby MissFiora » Wed Dec 09, 2015 12:06 pm

A machete? Who told you that? *rolls eyes*

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Re: Salaam from Nairobi

Postby Thuganomics » Wed Dec 09, 2015 12:09 pm

A machete? Who told you that? *rolls eyes*
All the pictures in the media did *rolls eyes back*

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Re: Salaam from Nairobi

Postby MissFiora » Wed Dec 09, 2015 12:16 pm

A machete? Who told you that? *rolls eyes*
All the pictures in the media did *rolls eyes back*
LIES LIES LIES!

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Re: Salaam from Nairobi

Postby TheFuturist » Wed Dec 09, 2015 2:50 pm

So many foolish Somalis give their money to Kenya/Kenyans when they go on holiday there, start businesses there, invest in property there. We need a divest/boycott movement. Intiina Nairobi/Mombasa 2nd home ka dhigatay, Kenyaatidu waxay idin yiraahdeen:

"Somalia's elites spend much of their time in Nairobi wheeler-dealing, laundering money and generally having a good time as their people kill each other."

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Re: Salaam from Nairobi

Postby TheFuturist » Wed Dec 09, 2015 2:52 pm

A machete? Who told you that? *rolls eyes*
All the pictures in the media did *rolls eyes back*
LIES LIES LIES!
Hopefully you will also defend your fellow Somalis/Somalia with such ferocity.

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Re: Salaam from Nairobi

Postby TheblueNwhite » Thu Dec 10, 2015 7:04 am

Have a good time Sumubaradi,I heard owning a machete is a must in Eastleigh lol

TBAW what are you doing in Nairobi.are you living there now or just visiting sxb
It's a business trip bro.


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