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Free Advertising: Iranian Personals



Welcome to another moment of Free Advertising with Algerie Nader.

Topic of today,

Iranian Personals :
www.IranianPersonals.com

The place to connect with Iranians all over the world for marriage, romance, or just intercourse if you know what you’re doing.



For the international users,
This website is available in French, English, German, and Swedish.
It is not available in the Farsi/Persian language,
Because having a Persian dating site promoted to Persians available in Persian would just be f**king stupid!

Furthermore,
If you are uncomfortable entering a dating site you are unfamiliar with, this place offers a 5 Star Safety Program.
………..but it is an Iranian safety program, so you probably won’t be protected if you’re POOR.

If you are unlike me, and you have no skills with charming the Persian Princes and soon-to-be Farsi Queens, they provide a whole section on tips for dating Iranians.

Such as
Number 3 Be positive and comfortable in your skin
Who the f**k are they trying to sell this to…Ed Gein and Latoya Jackson?

Moreover,
This is a place where you can find Persians/Iranians from many parts of the world. You can find Canadian Iranians, British Iranians, even Mexican Iranians.

Tip: Forget their tips and just use some Algerie Nader Pick Up Lines:

Men:
So want to be the meat on my kabob?

Women:
So want get to the bottom of the hummus bowl?

And for Mexican-Iranians:
If you stay the night, tomorrow you can have my leftover chicken scraps.

No Questions Today: Only Answers

Comments

  1. I would like to date Iranians.

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  2. You know who is Iranian? CHRISTIANE AMANPOUR. You know who else? THE GUY WHO PLAYED MARIUS IN THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY CONCERT OF LES MISERABLES AT THE 02 STADIUM IN ENGLAND.

    What do they have in common? THEY ARE BOTH HOT.

    Sign me up.

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  3. I LOVE AMANPOUR'S VOICE I WANT TO TAKE BATHS IN IT

    ReplyDelete

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