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Abdalla, 19 y.o.
Alexandria, Egypt [Current City & Hometown]

Looking for

Meeting in person


Some college


med school

Relationship status


Joined 1 year ago, profile updated 28 days ago.

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Reply - Conversation - May 23
Couldn't pay attention during a lecture, so I went ahead to draw this. "Now what this is?" you might ask? Answer: some sort of weird shitty calligraphy
Reply - Conversation - May 22
It's already 2 am and I can't sleep... I wish I could sleep w a finger snap 🥸
Reply - Conversation - May 21
Can anyone help me:
1. Figure out where he lives
2. Lend me a gun

Reply - Conversation - May 21
Good morning y'all
Reply - Conversation - May 20
صارت الزعلولة... تاكل ع ايدي اللوز و السكر 🐦
Reply - Conversation - May 20
A part of wisdom is determining how much more effort does someone deserve from you. For someone that doesn't care, the more effort you put, the less they would care.

A funny example is: sending 10 texts to someone that doesn't care, they probably wouldn't appreciate it as much as sending 2 messages
Reply - Conversation - May 18
I want a big tray of lasagna
Reply - Conversation - May 18
Throughout studying economics, I always stumbled upon the "diamonds vs water" dilemma, which uses concepts of economics to state that even though water is virtually everywhere, it holds significant value compared to diamonds, which you really can't find on streets (unless its heavily guarded, and you'd get beaten up if you try to "take" it).

But the question I have is: how much would a wanderer in a dry desert value a carat of diamond (given he doesn't know the value of it)? How much would a sea of diamonds mean to him?
Reply - Conversation - May 17
What I lacked the most at school: "why on earth am I learning this?" Not that I thought it was useless, rather "how and when am I going to use this?"

Take for example: "scale diagrams" in physics, what do I gain from knowing that the resultant force is 60° from the normal?
Reply - Conversation - May 17
I hate exams fr
(and I hate that I have to wake at 10 am to prepare for them)
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