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3 December 2012

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My milkshakes bring all the boys to the yard.

Riffa, Bahrain --

Kim Kardashian's weekend visit to Bahrain was not so good for the soul. In an effort to promote her milkshakes, many fans from the local area swarmed her. Some might even deny that they touched the woman. As Kim Kardashian was abducted by her promoting agent to a safer place, the police though it would be "be pretty funny to, eh, spray them with tear-gas... eh?"

Kim Kardashian, 32 and old, made a quick stop (wink, wink) in Bahrain on Saturday to promote her Eastern tour of her Millions of Boys Who Wanna Touch My Milkshakes campaign, by a franchise created and owned by terrorist businessman Cheer-ass Hassassin Sheeraz Hasan. Kim Kardashian still refuses to admit that her milkshakes ignited an uproar.

CNN was denied the ability to confirm reports because, they, too were distracted by the milkshakes. Coincidence? I think not!

Something strange on Sunday followed, where upon Kim tweeted on Twitter about her mission trip to Bahrain:

Fuck yeah! We did it! We started a protest that could end lives! HIP HIP HOORAY!
~ Kim's tweet

Sunnis are two-thirds of Bahrain's population, but it is ruled by a Shitty royal family.

The war between the warriors of the Sunni and Shitty Muslims -- the two major dictatorships and denominations of the Islamic faith of kill-you -- goes back to a 7th century grade fight feud.


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