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cEm ngược đường,ngược nắng để yêu anh
Ngược phố tan tầmngược chiều gió thổi
Ngược lòng mình tìm về nơi nông nổi
Lãng du vô định cánh chim trời. Bùi Sim Sim
Có một tình yêu không tên
Có một nỗi nhớ gọi là hạnh phúc
Có một người anh gọi là tri kỉ
Để nhưng phút lặng thầm gọi tên em

Cuộc đời là nhưng lúc không bình yên
Nhưng lúc đó anh mới biết mình cần người tri kỉ
Để đêm về thôi không còn lạnh nữa
Một vầng trăng sáng tỏ giữ đêm khuya

Được quen em biết và yêu em
Đó có phải là duyên hay số
Nhưng anh biết ngày mai dù bão tố
Bên cạnh anh vẫn sẽ là em !

some people fell the rain,others just get wet

Từ ấy trong tôi bừng nắng hạ
Mặt trời chân lý chói qua tim
Hồn tôi là một vườn hoa lá
Rất đậm hương và rộn tiếng chim...
Tôi buộc lòng tôi với mọi người
Để tình trang trải với trăm nơi
Để hồn tôi với bao hồn khổ
Gần gũi nhau thêm mạnh khối đời.
Tôi đã là con của vạn nhà
Là em của vạn kiếp phôi pha
Là anh của vạn đầu em nhỏ
Không áo cơm, cù bất cù bơ...
Ngày vẫn nắng sao lòng lại đổ mưa
Phố vẫn đông sao bàn chân lẻ bước
Hai số phận , hai đường đi trái ngược
Miệng mỉm cười sao lệ đổ hàng mi....

Vẫn còn đây, 1000 hạc giấy
Thay lời yêu, em gấp tặng đôi mình
Chỉ trách tình yêu, không như ước định
Để suốt đời này, hạc giấy lặng thinh!

Bảo nó là về nhà má nấu cho mấy món mà ăn kiểu gì con cũng thích:
- Gà hầm sâm bà chỉm
- Cá chà bu nướng muối ớt
- Chim cú bặc tứ xuyên
- Lẩu cá chà bặc và cao ông tù
Bảo nó mấy món này phải nấu = lò tôn và dùng cồn lào mới thấy ngon
-Tráng miệng = món lặc cau.
Kiểu gì nó cũng thích má

1. Tháng trước vợ cho một triệu tiêu vặt, cuối tháng hỏi tiền tiêu những khoản nào rồi. Mua bộ đồ lót cho vợ hết 500k, mua cây thuốc lá cho bố vợ hết 200k, đổ xăng hết 150k, cắt tóc hết 50k, mua hai lon Coca hết 40k, còn 60k tiêu gì ko tài nào nhớ nổi. Vợ nghe thế liền nổi…...

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