Ahmadinejad's mother claims "Bush is my lost son"

Funny story written by hussainmehdi

Tuesday, 23 October 2007

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In a crowded press conference here in Washington, Ahmadinejad's Mother Mrs. Sheeren Zahra claimed that Bush is her lost son. She said "bush was kidnapped in an early age while they were travelling with family towards southern Iran during an earth quack".

She said "Bush was sitting with his father on another donkey".

She claimed "during quack several pieces of rocks crashed on them, and all donkeys lost their way".

"At the end of quack, we couldn't find Bush on his donkey". "I suspect that my son was kidnapped and then sold out to an Arab sheik, who then sold my son to senior bush".

She said "this is unjust and my son should be returned to their original parents", "and that's why, I have travelled such a long way to Washington to collect my son".

"Look at the eyes of Nejad and Bush! Don't you think they are brothers?"

"Even they talk the same way".

She recalled early days of both brothers; "they were always quarrelling, some times they quarreled just to feed donkeys".

"I here by request for DNA test of both Nejad and Bush, then it will be crystal clear that they are brothers" she demanded.

She cried in a sentimental tone "Oh Bush, My son! What are you doing?" "Can't you keep peace between two of you ever?"
While on answering questions in white house, Mr. Bush said "no comment".

Several congress men have objected that this is illegal here, and questioned "how an Iranian can become President of the United States?"

They demanded an immediate inquiry into the matter with utmost care.

Further progress is unknown yet.

Duck-News-Agency, Oct.23, 2007.

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