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Rashid Mohiuddin
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At 2:47am on September 17, 2007, Shahid Usman said…
Hi Rashid,
Nice to see you hear also.

Take care
Shahid
At 6:28am on September 19, 2007, Kaleem Abdullah said…
rashid bhaijan..main theek thaak...tu suna...tu to yaar exactly pehlay jaisa hay...no change at all...how do you do it man...tu abhee bhee singapore main hee hay. i know a girl from singapore..she uses this phrase a lot.. "chi bai". what does it mean?
anyways phone number to mail kar kabhee. my email address kaleem_abdullah@yahoo.com
At 7:03am on September 19, 2007, Muhammad Waseem said…
yaar tum rashid (usmani wala) hi ho ya koi chiness. Singapore mai rahtay howay tumhari tu shakal bhi chiness jaisi ho gaee hai. any way how are you? howz
life in singapore man?
Kaleem i think she wants to say "chal bay"
At 11:38am on September 20, 2007, Shahid Usman said…
Rashid... .you have to prove now that you are not chinese to Waseem.. :)
Waseem kiyon cher rahay ho Rashid ko.

- Shahid
At 9:38pm on September 20, 2007, Rashid Mohiuddin said…
yaar ye prove karne wala ma'amla thora difficult hey :-) ... first of all waseem have to explain his *chinese-experience*; so that I can provide a *non-chinese-experience* to him. Although, for certain reasons it may not happen during ramadhan :-)
At 9:42pm on September 20, 2007, Samina Cyrus said…
Assalam o Alakum Rashid
How are you? Nice to see you after long time. I have also moved to Singapore. I am on the River Valley road.
Where r u staying?
At 10:04pm on September 20, 2007, Rashid Mohiuddin said…
yar kaleem, aik kaam kar ... woh *girl* jo "chi-bai" kehtee thee ... ussay wasim bhai se milwa do. I am sure wasim ka confusion bhi door ho jaey ga ... and you can also check the meaning with waseem later.... ye bilkul luqmaani nuskha hey... cant go wrong :-)
At 10:35pm on September 20, 2007, Samina Cyrus said…
Thankyou so much. Its a nice place. How long have you been here?Do you like this place?
At 3:20am on September 21, 2007, Kamran Khan said…
Salam Rashid Bhai. yaar Ramazan ka khayal karo phir shroo ho gayay :-) hiking kar raha tha lakri ka bharam zarori hay :) Kia chaal raha hay bahi. Shadi wadi mani abhi kia kay nahin.
At 7:58am on September 21, 2007, Kaleem Abdullah said…
even after 10 years..nobody is willing to spare waseem :) some things will never change :)

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