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  1. lalayariis

    The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

    @The Good I’ve noticed how you think you’re slick, but everything you write can’t be all that good. Share some funny posts of this memorable user and label it either one of the three. Be interesting and use posts that you find to be funny, and give appreciation back to Ontario’s finest...
  2. Odkac WRLD

    Shmurda’s big homie drops fire new remix of Auntie.

    @Shmurda’s big homie Debby recently dropped a fire remix of WhyG’s Auntie after removing her foot from Lil Tjay’s neck. they need to kick Houdini off for her. Anyways here’s the video Shmurda Big Homie aka DebbyGang4Life remix of Auntie let me know what you think of her verse @0:32
  3. Odkac WRLD

    Somalis on Ceyr

    Why tf are there so many of us on ceyr:francis: I understand if you genuinely need it ofc, but sum of these folks driving new SUVs:damn: on section 8 wtffff and it’s the same but to a lesser degree in Canada. It’s mostly the fobs who just landed eating good off Miskiin Justin Trudeau child tax...
  4. Odkac WRLD

    Question for Reer Henny

    I have a lot of compassion for our Canadian cousins, yet whenever they are getting bashed it’s reer Toronto taking the abuse 90% of the time and reer Edmonton (50k bounty :damn:) shaving 10% off top wtf is reer Vancouver up to :francis: Ik there is a small to medium sized community there...
  5. CanIDimo

    Will Amaal blow up?

    she is sooo underrated wallahi and that's coming from me @CanIDimo who hates on Somali girls(she's exceptional) i remember hearing amaal nuux's song with you and musafa, i love those songs and was surprised a somali made them i really thought she was gonna blow up big time and be the second...
  6. TooMacaan

    Canadian Guy re: Somali Guy's Behavior

    Basically "Somali guys be like..." content. It's kind of an old[ish] video so I don't know if there's already a thread on this, (if so, I apologize), but I just happened to stumble upon it and thought I'd share ^.^ What do you guys think? Accurate?
  7. Duchess

    Documentary on the reintegration of previously incarcerated Somali-Canadian youth

    “The Bridging Project” is a qualitative research project advancing knowledge of the experiences, barriers, challenges and successes of previously incarcerated self-identifying Canadian Somali youth. This documentary is an introduction into the project featuring service providers, community...
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