Lame Bush demands Khaminei's stick.

Funny story written by hussainmehdi

Sunday, 28 October 2007

On the side lines of fishing and hunting tour at the beach of Barberra Ocean, Mr. Bush complained;

"Look at me! Look at me!!! You see, I am a Lame now and I need a strong Iranian stick but this Khamenei has refused to give me a pure…beautiful Iranian stick".

"Nejad has promised me at UN that he will send me Khaminei's personal stick as a gift that he had stolen from Khaminei's residence when Khaminei was testing a new missile, but my friend Nejad is silent now".

"where are you, Nejad! Look at me! I am still Lame."

"where is my stick?" he asked to the audience.

"Nejad! If you didn't handover my stick now then I am going to complain to your mama" President said.

Later, in a press conference, the president's spokesperson Mr. Faratto denied that Mr. Bush was threatening. He said; "actually, it was a tact of diplomacy".

"Stick is necessary for carrot" Farratto said. "you know, this is policy".

Informed sources from white house have confirmed that Mr. Sarkozy telephoned the president asking; "could my stick be helpful Mr. President ?" but Mr. Bush insisted an oily Iranian stick.

In Tehran, Mr. Nejad reacted politely and said; "President Bush should not bring politics to my mama", he said; "my mama still beats me with stick".

"Mr. Bush should not get angry because of this silly oily stick" Nejad requested.

He said that he will send a beautiful Iranian stick as a gift when possible. He said that there are some international hazards that are blocking his stick.

Reported by Miss. Tana-Ana, Duck-News-Agency, Oct. 22, 2007.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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