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Turn the madrassas into work-out studios

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Submitted by toothfairy (Denmark), Jul 7, 2007 at 20:24

Great fun! The Pakistanis and their Arab, Kurdish and Iranian brothers, could make millions of dollars if they turned all the madrassas into work-out studios! They are so very good at making those angel-jumps far up in the air while waiving their arms like chopper-blades, shaking their faces and making a 1,000 grimaces in a split-second! Jane Fonda couldn't keep up with them....

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