OOT : Smartphone itu apa sih... ??

by Muhammad Muslih » Tue, 20 Apr 2010 16:15:17 GMT

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 Barusan temen kantor kebetulan ibu2, nanya smartphone itu apa sih ?
Padahal yang dia pegang itu BB, saya kasih contoh lah smartphone itu apa
Baru deh ngakakk....


OOT : Smartphone itu apa sih... ??

by Brian Brian » Tue, 20 Apr 2010 16:20:51 GMT

 Waktu ngejelasin bawa spica bro ?

Salam Brian

Power by Android 2.1

Barusan temen kantor kebetulan ibu2, nanya smartphone itu apa sih ?
Padahal yang dia pegang itu BB, saya kasih contoh lah smartphone itu apa
Baru deh ngakakk....



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OOT : Smartphone itu apa sih... ??

by Adityo Firmansyah » Wed, 21 Apr 2010 10:45:16 GMT

 trus tunjukin game paper toss
*sambil buang BB ke tong sampah*





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