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This jug was once a plaintive lover as I am,

by ramintork on

This jug was once a plaintive lover as I am,
and was in pursuit of one of comely face;
this handle that thou seest upon its neck
is an arm that once lay around the neck of a friend.


The guy who did his name Hussein

by Anonymous54 (not verified) on


Aryamehr: First Thing First!

by Anonymous54 (not verified) on

Open Door & Fresh Air

You are living in
Indeed could become
The place where the demon resides
When you keep it all sealed off
To the outside world
As if it exists in separation
And away from the country
An open house
Is a house
That demon has no nerve
To stay in there
Even for one second

--Prof. Dr. Abol Danesh


To my accusers

by markazi (not verified) on

een kuzeh havaaleh hamatoon!


Roohesh SHAAD

by T.h.e.P.o.p.e. (not verified) on



Marg bar ma keh gouftim marg

by TAJ TEHRAN (not verified) on

Marg bar ma keh gouftim marg bar SHAH


Plumbing II

by Ajam (not verified) on

MRP: How long did you say till this viagra thing wears off? I'm tired of holding this damn pot!



by ahvazi on

agha Mamnoonet


Ko Zeh?

by A Hassan Danesh, Ph.D. from UCR (not verified) on

Where is the Persian Army? Where is it?

Job! JOb! Job!

Zeh = Armor, Shield, Zereh...


Put my ashes in here, once

by khoda (not verified) on

Put my ashes in here, once the CIA F*&%ed me over.


In ham az san aat e Arab va Akhund

by A1 (not verified) on

In ham az san aat e Arab va Akhund.


No plumbing?!

by Ajam (not verified) on

MRP: OK, but this will only take care of #1... what about #2?!


whatever you think....

by ali123 (not verified) on

of him, one thing is for certain: that he was proud of his culture and iran's history. And, frankly, I admire him for that- with all his faults, he was a true patriot, like his father. Too bad he didn't have his father's cojones to finish off the akhoonds when it needed to be done!


They stole my identity

by Alborzi (not verified) on

Now I have to demo kuzehs, if I had known about free ....



by amirkabear4u on



بیا در کوزه آبش بخور.

1Dariushagha (not verified)

همه کاسه کوزها را سر من خراب کردید...این یکی از دسستون در رفت.


"Alright, who let Khomeini

by Anonymously on

"Alright, who let Khomeini out of the kuzeh?"

ps: i vote for ahvazi's line!! :)



by lynx (not verified) on

Nothing funny here. I wished he was as strong and tough as his father was. He is standing against a background that is he proud of, holding something probably quite ancient, probaly being engrossed in history. I see an honorable man.

mash mandali


by mash mandali on

این كوزه گمان كنم گروهبان بودست

 در ارتش  شاه سر به فر مان بودست

این دسته که بر گردن او میبینی

در حال سلام  چار ابان بودست


Koroush Asoudeh Bekab

by Ali Forootan (not verified) on

Koroush rest easy, you legacy will be sold to the highest bidder, as I will this jar which is the legacy of our nation.


Gift From Heaven

by Anonymous54 (not verified) on

Inside this jar is wine. It is a gift sent for all Iranians by Dr. A. Hassan Danesh.

He asked me to tell you you should drink it in moderation responsibly and never in excess.

This is a perfumed fine wine sent for you all and for your joy and good time. Don't let anyone to take that away from you for it is a rare gift from paradise

Joy! Enjoy in Jubile


I'm the Shahanshah, King of Kings...

by Khar777 aka Prez e Mahboob (not verified) on

and all I have to show for it is this lousy Koozeh!


I have the Caption

by Jamshid Niavarani (not verified) on

"My Father was Reza Mirpanj, an undeucated Colonel from the village of Savad-Kuh, Mazandaran. He changed his name several times. He was during his life: Reza mirPanj, Reza Khan and finally, Reza Pahlavi. My father, Reza Pahlavi, had several wives at the same time. Yes, my father was a polygamist. I have 1/2 brothers and 1/2 sisters. Some of my 1/2 siblings are related to the Qajar Dynasty by their mother's family tree. My father was trained by the Czarist Russians to be a Cossack soldier. The Russian Monarchy fell and Communism came to power in Russian in 1917. In 1925 my father got rid of the Qajar Dynasty and Crowned himself King, Shah of Iran. In 1941, my father was siding with Adolf Hitler and was removed by the British and Americans. I wa chosen by the Brits and the U.S. to be King of Iran in 1941. In 1953, I fled the country because most Iranians loved my Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh. With the help of my sexy twin sister Ashraf, Shabaan "the brainless" Jafari, the CIA, the MI6, and some Iranian Generals I was put back into power. In order to keep me in power the CIA, MI6 and Mossad had to help me create the intelligence agency called the SAVAK. The SAVAK abused the Iranian masses. From 1953 to 1979 there was a lot of human rights abuses by my government, I and my family stole a lot of money from the Iranian treasury. On January 16, 1979 I fled the country due to an Iranian Revolution and in 1980 I got buried in Egypt. My 3rd wife is an Egyptian citizen now, with an Egyptian passport. And she even speaks french. She lives in Maryland with my big nosed son.

After all these years, All I have to show for all my years in power is an Ewer, in farsi we call it an "Aftabeh". Iranians wash their backside with the water flowing from an ewer after they defecate. After 30 years of the Iranian Revolution, I apologize for my mistakes and agree to wash every Iranians backside for one year after they defecate. I am giving you this gift from the afterlife.

Oh, by the way, Imam Reza, our 8th Imam sends his regards from the after life to Iranians world wide.


Shaghlam Quiz

by Assad (not verified) on

Ro-fozeh Daram Miram to Kozeh


Ajab Ashee Ba-ram Pokh-tan

Kaveh Nouraee

This Vessel Symbolizes

by Kaveh Nouraee on

3,000 years of Persian history, including all of the achievements we have made since the beginning of the Pahlavi Dynasty.

And come February 1979. a bunch of Arabparast thugs are going to upend this vessel and pour everything down the drain.


Where are Shah, Khomeini, Kianouri?

by Anonymousx (not verified) on

Aan ghasr keh bahraam darou jaam gereft,
Aahou bacheh kard-o roubah aaraam gereft;
Bahraam keh goor migerefti hameh omr,
Didi keh chegouneh goor bahram gereft?
Dar kargahe kouzeh gari raftam doush,
Didan do hezar kouzeh gooya-vo khamoosh;
Naagaah yeki kouzeh baraavard khoroosh,
Kou kouzeh gar-o kouzeh khar-o kouzeh foroush?
In kouzeh keh aabkhaareye mozdourist [aka masoud & maryam rajavi],
Az dideh-yeh shahist-o dele dastourist;
Har kaaseye mey keh bar labe makhmoorist [aka khomeini & khamenei & rafsanjani],
Az aareze masti-yo labe mastourist.


Shah from heaven...

by Hajminator on

"You, people of Iran, preferred IRI to me by a large majority 30 years before. Here a ballot box, I’m wondering what would be my new score against Mahmoud in this upcoming election."

Setareh Sabety

Shah was a closet musuem curator

by Setareh Sabety on

Never before published segments of the diaries of Assadolah Alam reveal: Shah was a closet museum curator!


Healthy Resolution

by A. Danesh (not verified) on

Inside this pottery is my body ashes... spread this king ash in respect in a windy day in persopolis with sun up there as the witness


I ruled Iran for 37 years and....

by ahvazi on

All i got was this cheap Koozeh!!!!!