Written by DP Whitehead
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Topics: Iran, War, pasta, Pastor

Sunday, 27 January 2013

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Pasta made in the United States is going down very well in Iran according to news media outlets, with Iranian supermarkets and grocery stores signing an 8 year deal to ensure that US made pasta stays in the country for the foreseeable future.

According to the American Center for Italian Food, a court in Tehran verbally made it known that American pasta was to become part of Iranians diet's.

Judge Pir-Abassi, known as the "hanging judge," due to his fondness of spaghetti, made the announcement on Sunday.

"I want everyone to eat pasta!" he cried "We will keep pasta on the shelves here in Iran for at least 8 years" he cried again, to a massing crowd of hungry Persians.

The thronging crowd then whooped with delight, firing automatic weapons in the air while women made that shrieking noise with their tongues, the traditional Iranian shriek of joy when a foreign food is brought into the country and made to stay for 8 years.

Despite the jubilation on the streets of Tehran other foods remain banned, including pop tarts, tacos and of course miracle whip.

The US State Department announced they were pleased that pasta would now be available in Iran but requested that "other types of pastors be, well, you know, maybe released, or, well you know, we might have to nuke you? Thanks."

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