Rihanna Kicked Out of Place of Worship For Smizing, Applying Lipstick

Rihanna sexy hijab Rihanna continued showing off her skills as a heat-seeking missile for illegal activity during her Diamonds World Tour this weekend. Following a photo with an endangered loris (which led to the arrest of two Thai men) and visitation to a sex show where a woman turned water into soda the way Jesus turned water to wine (with his vaginal walls), Rihanna defiled a Mosque in Abu Dhabi by simply being herself.

With lips redder than the devil’s dick and a Tyra-approved glare, Rihanna as her least sexual self is still too hot for the Middle East.

Maybe before her show tonight in Israel she can go take a naked dump on The Western Wall or Mount Sinai in a Mel Gibson mask?  Continue reading “Rihanna Kicked Out of Place of Worship For Smizing, Applying Lipstick”

Pizza Hut – From Hot Dogs To Cheeseburgers

Curse you Pizza Hut for withholding more exotic options from me and my fellow Americans!

First it was hot dog stuffed-crust in the UK and now in the Middle East it’s a ring of cheeseburgers circling a pile of beef and vegetables. From their website:

“Grilled mini cheeseburgers nestled in golden crown crusts. All in a pizza topped with beef, fresh tomato and lettuce, delightfully drizzled with Pizza Hut’s special sauce.”

Pizza Hut ME – with locations in Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Turkey, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Oman, Qatar and Bahrain – is also offering a chicken filet pizza as part of its Crown Crust Carnival.

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Women In Saudi Arabia Are Finally Allowed To Vote

King Abdullah, the leader of Saudi Arabia announced recently that women will be allowed to vote and run for office in the next SA municipal elections in 2015.

The public learned of the changes during Abdullah’s speech for the Shura Council’s new term. The council consists of the king’s advisors, who are all appointed. He stated:

“Because we refuse to marginalise women in society in all roles that comply with sharia, we have decided, after deliberation with our senior clerics and others… to involve women in the Shura Council as members, starting from next term, women will be able to run as candidates in the municipal election and will even have a right to vote…”

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