Skip to comments.Ultimate Selfie Fail: Iranian Girls Crashed Car Recording Karaoke Session - Now Laughing Stock
Posted on 05/20/2014 7:05:20 PM PDT by nickcarraway
Ultimate selfie fail: The moment Iranian girls crashed car while recording karaoke session at the wheel turns them into a YouTube laughing stock
Two Iranian girls have been ridiculed on the internet after a video of them crashing their car while recording a karaoke session at the wheel went viral.
The video of the accident in Iran has sparked a spate of copycat videos making fun of their dangerous stunt.
The 14 second clip shows the two young women in a car with one of them driving without her hands on the steering wheel. They are singing to a song identified as an Iranian pop song called 'Ghorboni' by Saeed Shayesteh.
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I hope they don’t reproduce. That would be scarey offspring.
Looks like Allah may have been pissed at their actions. You can be sure the mad Mullahs of Iran will report it that way.
I think most muzzie offspring is scary.
Maybe the Saudis have the right idea, after all.
So which one of them thought it was a good idea to post the video?
You really should not talk about first cousins that way. ;)
Farsi girls are kinda cute.
And some as stupid as some American girls, evidently.
Stupidity can cross cultures--who knew?
Those girlies were not to shab at all! And to think that the head choppers over there would rather bang away on some camel or donkey in heat.......
I'll help you narrow it down: The dumb one.
I have known a number of very beautiful Persian women...but these two looked a little creepy to me, especially the one on the left.
And yes...they do have airheads as well.
They are the ones promoting the video.
The song they were singing
Saeed Shayesteh & Maryam Zakaria- Ghorboni
I can just hear the deeday saying “That’s the new hit by Saeed Shayesteh called ‘Ghorboni’. You heard it first right here on Prophet 96.7.”
“When Laz Hits”
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