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I’ve been reading similar arabic dates lately. It seems to be getting more and more common to write weird expiry dates. Have you noticed?

 

This entry was posted on Thursday, March 12th, 2009 at 1:38 pm

7 Responses to “Weird Expiry Dates”

  1. shaknon says:

    What is so weird about it?

    The arabic date is written in Hijri and the english is written in Gregorian calendar 😉

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  2. Ali says:

    LOOL mn ta2theer el azma el eqt9adya 😀

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  3. Yousef says:

    The last time I remember writing a hijry date was when it was 1414 :p
    Who follows lunar/hijry dates nowadays 3ad..

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  5. Fahad says:

    Actevia montag so3oody, ehnak eltareekh elhijri mentesher.

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  6. Marzouq says:

    I am skeptical of expiry dates in Kuwait these days!

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