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  1. Which one do you prefer on your partner?
  2. And here is the Marrian-Webster Dictionary definition for the word “news“ just in case: Main Entry: news Pronunciation: 'nüz, 'nyüz Function: noun plural but singular in construction Usage: often attributive 1 a : a report of recent events b : previously unknown information <I've got news for you> 2 a : material reported in a newspaper or news periodical or on a newscast b : matter that is newsworthy So my fellow forumers, do vote… (Sowwy Pourya, had to )
  3. KittyCat

    Go Random

    yey, Keano still remembers me. Thank you.
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    Go Random

    shahram solati. THANK YOU... thank you.
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    Go Random

    hey guys.. I need help. does anyone know who sings this song "nazanin bad jori man khaterkhatam haliteh haliteh.. areh man ashegeh jofteh cheshatam haliteh haliteh"? Puh-leaseeee, I really need it. =]
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    HELP NEED NAME OF SONG

    and who sings "nazanin bad jori man khaterkhatam haliteh haliteh"?
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    JAM OF THE DAY!!

    I clicked on Arash-temptation from the main bia2 page and it's been playing repeatedly for a good 20minutes now, it's cool makes me feel Indian lol.
  8. They're sick in the head I swear... when the opportunity comes, they'll rape a girl themselves. I hope he gets the death penalty, but most probably he won't. So what is it that these so-called religious figures want? For guys to turn gay and girls lesbian?
  9. Bombs kill 8, wound 75 in Iran before election AHVAZ, Iran (Reuters) - Bombs killed eight people and wounded 75 in Iran on Sunday in a rare string of attacks five days before a presidential election. Security is tight in the Islamic republic, where bombings have been almost unheard of in the past decade. Four bombs in Ahvaz, capital of the partly Arabic-speaking province of Khuzestan, where most of Iran's oil reserves lie, targeted government buildings, killing seven people, provincial officials said. Hours later, a bomb in the capital Tehran killed one person. In the Ahvaz blasts, two of the dead were women, and 70 people were wounded, the officials said. Ethnic unrest claimed five lives in Khuzestan in April. The Popular Democratic Front of Ahvaz, which is campaigning for an independent Khuzestan, denied it was behind the attacks, but said another Arab group calling itself the Ahvazi Revolutionary Martyrs' Brigades had claimed responsibility. The Tehran bomb was hidden in a rubbish bin. Apart from the person killed, five people were wounded, Ali Aghamohammadi, spokesman for the Supreme National Security Council, said. The dead man, 65-year-old Asghar Fattahi, had been waiting for a bus near Imam Hossein square in a crowded district. "I was two blocks away when I heard a giant explosion. What's going on? First in Ahvaz and now in Tehran?" said a telecommunications worker, who gave his name only as Omid. There was no immediate word on who had carried out the Tehran bombing or whether it was linked to the attacks in Ahvaz. The bombs in Ahvaz, 550 km (340 miles) southwest of Tehran, targeted the governor's office, as well as two local government departments and a housing complex for state media employees. A pool of blood stained the floor of a waiting room at the governor's office, where the explosion destroyed ceilings and smashed windows. The mangled wreckage of a car which might have carried the bomb lay in the street nearby. EXILED DISSIDENTS BLAMED About 150 demonstrators protested outside the governor's office in the evening, waving Iranian flags and chanting "Death to the hypocrites" -- a term used for the exiled opposition People's Mujahideen Organization. "Based on intelligence we received, a network was trying to create problems before the election," Aghamohammadi said. He blamed unidentified opposition groups who had called for a boycott of the elections and suggested infiltrators had come from parts of neighboring Iraq under U.S.-British control. Aghamohammadi said it appeared that some of the infiltrators belonged to the People's Mujahideen. U.S. forces took control of the group's bases in Iraq after the 2003 invasion. The bombings have rattled Iranians ahead of the elections, in which Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani is favorite in opinion polls to regain the post he held from 1989 to 1997. Rafsanjani, a wily pragmatist seen as the most moderate of five conservative candidates, remains well short of the 50 percent support he needs to avoid a run-off vote. A poll published on Saturday showed that Mostafa Moin, one of three reformists in the race, had edged ahead of former police chief Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf into second place. With an international row over Iran's nuclear plans weighing on the election, Rafsanjani has said Iran must pursue measures to reassure the West it has no military nuclear ambitions. "The most important issue is building confidence. We are determined to build confidence," he told reporters on Saturday. Tehran has suspended its uranium enrichment program, which could produce fuel for power plants or weapons, under a November deal with France, Britain and Germany, which have offered Iran incentives to end and dismantle the project. The European trio shares U.S. suspicions that Iran is trying to develop nuclear weapons. They say the only way Tehran can allay these suspicions is to abandon all enrichment activities. (Additional reporting by Parisa Hafezi and Christian Oliver) http://www.reuters.com/newsArticle.jhtml?t...storyID=8765372
  10. KittyCat

    sex change!

    If I woke up as a man, I would want to be Michael Jackson, so I wouldn't feel too homesick and miss my female body.
  11. KittyCat

    funny song

    lollllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll vaaaaay, her voice is sooooo annoying!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  12. KittyCat

    wAt r U sCareD oF?

    Angel, you sound like a typical GUY. haha PS why don't we have a regular 'laugh' smilie? What if you're laughing but not hard enough to get on you back, on the floor, etc. <----hardly things are funny enough to make you laugh like that lol. We even have 'afro hair' but not a hahaha smilie! Comeeeee ooooooooooooonnnnnnn.......
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    wAt r U sCareD oF?

    I am going there tomorrow! :DD :DD :DD 90327[/snapback] Unlucky you. lol
  14. OMG the pictureeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. Does anyone know what she was guilty of? Cheating?
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    wAt r U sCareD oF?

    I'm scared of heights and I've never been to six flags. lol
  16. KittyCat

    JAM OF THE DAY!!

    oh my god they rock i love that song old school hollywood it is awesome i love their new ablum too :k 86777[/snapback] Yesssssssssssssssssss :DD :DD I absolutely love their new album, way better than the old ones! :th
  17. KittyCat

    Words Association Game

    scantron lol
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    ”guests” please read!

    omg dodo your avatar is freaky!!!
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    ”guests” please read!

    YES... Good decision :th
  21. Dear God, this is horrible! Pop diva Kylie Minogue diagnosed with breast cancer BEIJING, May 18 -- Australian pop star Kylie Minogue, whose hit album "Fever" went platinum in the United States, has been diagnosed with breast cancer and will undergo immediate treatment, her management said before announcing the postponement of her Asian and Australian tours. Minogue, 36, is Australia's biggest music star, rising from humble beginnings as an Australian teenage soap-opera actress to international stardom as one of the world's top pop singers and, most recently, as a flamboyant gay icon revered in Britain. A statement from Minogue's management said her diagnosis was confirmed this week during a visit to the southern Australian city of Melbourne. "Whilst at home in Melbourne with her family this week prior to her Australian Showgirl Tour, Kylie was diagnosed with early breast cancer," a statement said. Minogue is the second pop star to be diagnosed with the disease in as many years. American singer Anastacia underwent treatment for breast cancer in 2003 after the illness was detected when she was 29 years old. Kylie has been a promoter of breast cancer awareness and in 2002 one of her bras sold for 6,880 dollars (5,685 US dollars) at an auction to raise money for research into the illness. Commentators have said that Minogue was prompted to campaign against the disease once her childhood idol, Olivia Newton-John, was diagnosed with the illness. Minogue, who first found fame in the 1980s in the soap opera 'Neighbours' before launching a pop career which has seen her sell an estimated 40 million records, apologised to fans for the postponement of the shows but said she hoped to be back performing soon. The Kylie phenomenon reached fever pitch in 2001 with the release of her hit "Can't Get You Out of My Head" from the multi-platinum selling album "Fever." Over the years her career has hit rocky patches but each time Minogue, reknowned for her hard work and drive, bounced back. She has had a series of high-profile relationships, dating in 1989 the leader of Australian rock band INXS, Michael Hutchence, who was found hanged in a Sydney hotel in 1997. Minogue's "Showgirl Tour" was to open on Thursday in Australia before performances in Asia and a headlining act at Glastonbury, Europe's biggest music festival, at the end of June. Minogue's "Showgirl Tour" was to open on Thursday in Australia before performances in Asia and a headlining act at Glastonbury, Europe's biggest music festival, at the end of June. She said she was sorry to disappoint her fans. "Nevertheless, hopefully all will work out fine and I'll be back with you all again soon," Minogue said in a statement. "She's a pretty fit girl and a strong girl, and hopefully it (the cancer) is pretty early," her promoter Michael Gudinski told a press conference. Gudinski said Minogue had a "tough few weeks ahead of her" but had the support of all Australians.
  22. 5/17/05 Health Official: 60,000 AIDS/HIV patients in Iran Bushehr, May 16, IRNA-Sixty-thousand Iranians are afflicted with AIDS/HIV, which is ten times the average global figure, said Deputy Minister of Health for Research Affairs Hossein Malek-Afzali in Bushehr on Monday. Malek-Afzali however told IRNA that Iran is now in a better position in terms of containing AIDS whereas global statistics in recent years show an increase in the rate in which the disease is spreading. Young population, economic and social problems and industrialization are among the factors responsible for the rapid rate of AIDS contraction, he said. He called for proper planning to disseminate information to the youth, informing them of the ways the deadly disease are transferred and how to prevent it. According to the official, about 100 AIDS research centers are currently operating in Iran, majority of which are in Tehran and the rest are in the cities of Shiraz, Isfahan, Mashhad, Tabriz, Kermanshah, Yazd and Kerman. Four thousand AIDS control projects are annually implemented in Iran and 3,000 Iranian and 1,000 foreign articles are published every year in domestic and foreign language journals in Iran. http://www.payvand.com/news/05/may/1122.html
  23. KittyCat

    JAM OF THE DAY!!

    System of a Down - old school hollywood Everyone get their new cd.... it's THE BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  24. KittyCat

    Emoticons reflect our mood

    I don't have one ;) later...
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    Emoticons reflect our mood

    :l :l :l :l that said, night night everyone...
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