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Hello Facebook Status
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There is no harm in saying hello to strangers, because you never know when any stranger becomes your true friend.
As you stopped to say hello, oh, you wished me well, you couldn’t tell that I’d been crying over you.
A good-bye is never painful unless you’re never going to say hello again..
“There are a lot of people who that you may only nod to; it’s better to stop and say hello.”
I like the word Hello than Bye because Hello is about starting conversation and Bye is to end
No one is born with self confidence. Self confidence is learned And Earned With Experience.
“If homosexuality is a disease, let’s all call in queer to work: “Hello. Can’t work today, still queer”
Like the ocean I wave. Hello and goodbye are the same, when I talk with my hand.
Between hello and goodbye is I love you.
I don’t believe that somebody’s first impression is their last impression, for it may change after sometime.
Good-bye is never painful unless you are never going to say hello again.
No matter which language you speak, everyone understands the true meaning of smile. It communicates everything that a heart wants to express and understand.
Now a days people say I LOVE YOU just like they are saying HELLO.
Every good bye makes the next hello closer.
Its time to say good night to facebook world and Hello dream world.
Sometimes the smallest things in life are the hardest to do. Like clicking on his screen name and just saying HI!
Hello my love. It’s getting cold on this island. I’m sad alone. I’m so sad on my own.
Hello Innocence. Though it seems like we’ve been friends for years.
You have no time to bleed as you fall to your knees. It’s the gift that we’ve been given. Hello, can you hear me still?