Iran Retaliates: Drone Shot Down In Response To Sidewinder Camel Attack

Written by Dr. Billingsgate

Thursday, 20 June 2019

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BILLINGSGATE POST: In the asymmetric battle between Iran and the United States, Iran shot down a RQ-4 Global Hawk in retaliation for the Sidewinder attack which took out 63 dromedaries earlier this week. This unmanned drone - which cost American taxpayers 180 Extra-Large (180 million) - was shot down by Iran in response to the Sidewinder attack which took out the 63 camels. The estimated combined cost of these beasts of burden is approximately 63 Extra-Small (63 thousand) in worthless rials. However, this does not account for the sentimental value of the camel’s attachment to his driver.

The Global Hawk, with capabilities of capturing and recording the smile of a camel from 30 thousand feet, had never before been utilized to impose on the intimate relationship between a man and his camel.

President Hassan Rouhani, whose faithful camel Omar was taken out by a Sidewinder missile to the buttock region, complained to the United Nations that this was a war crime under the Rules of The Geneva Convention.

Slim Everdingle: “All is fair in love and war.”

Dirty: “Yo, Dude. How would you like to take it in the shorts with a Sidewinder?”

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

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