Al Fahath
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There’s a reason people of all types love bettas. Sometimes called Siamese fighting fish, these feisty fish pack a lot of personality into a very small package and make great pets for almost every living situation. You’ll find them right at home on a desk at the office, enhancing the look of a livin...

There’s a reason people of all types love bettas. Sometimes called Siamese fighting fish, these feisty fish pack a lot of personality into a very small package and make great pets for almost every living situation. You’ll find them right at home on a desk at the office, enhancing the look of a livin...

The title minimal really suits this concept design that an unknown designer by the name of Roderick (from Malta) submitted to Tokyoflash.

The title minimal really suits this concept design that an unknown designer by the name of Roderick (from Malta) submitted to Tokyoflash.

A guide to breaking all the black tie rules, in style. #zobelloman #menswear #mensfashion | Raddest Men's Fashion Looks On The Internet: http://www.raddestlooks.org

A guide to breaking all the black tie rules, in style. #zobelloman #menswear #mensfashion | Raddest Men's Fashion Looks On The Internet: http://www.raddestlooks.org

cool-best-new-latest-coolest-funny-top-high-technology-electronic-gadgets-usb bat signal

cool-best-new-latest-coolest-funny-top-high-technology-electronic-gadgets-usb bat signal

Wow ! I've read an article where we can use our skin as a touchscreen for our smartphone. There is no need to use the device. We can just wear the device to our skin talk and text accordingly without any trouble or any itching sensation to the skin. Some

Wow ! I've read an article where we can use our skin as a touchscreen for our smartphone. There is no need to use the device. We can just wear the device to our skin talk and text accordingly without any trouble or any itching sensation to the skin. Some

Nixie tubes - Before LCDs, before LEDs these hot, flickery pieces of electronic steampunk were state-of-the-art.

Nixie tubes - Before LCDs, before LEDs these hot, flickery pieces of electronic steampunk were state-of-the-art.