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Teri ma ki "ghaand"

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in response to reader comment: Bahrain Born Arab Khaled speaks chaste urdu.. WHAT BAKWAAS

Submitted by Khaled Al-Mutairy (Turkey), Jul 9, 2008 at 01:32

Bakwaas is an Urdu word --usually pertaining to BS (İ was making reference to your typical garbage posts that are more waste-of-bandwidth than actual fact)

We say 'Ay Kalaam' and it means the same thing.

Glad you feel secure here and can fit in with the other viewers here. Typical indian attitude of not standing up for his/her own opinions. Caste society has had its effect on you as is evident. Bowing down to your masters.

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