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The Iron Sheik (account verified) NSFW's Prince of Persia, Gary Coleman & More

the_ironsheik the dennis hopper i meet in the big apple madison square he is legend like iron sheik god bless him
about 6 hours ago
the_ironsheik I beat the fuck out of the Jay gaylin, and the prince of persia. he fag no dick no balls motherfucker
about 10 hours ago
the_ironsheik laker i like the kobe. I play in the boston garden and beat the fuck out of that mexican tito santana there. i respect the boston
about 21 hours ago
the_ironsheik @OpieRadio bubba. you show me the respect when i come to the radio show. you are not like cocksucker fag motherfucker bubba
about 21 hours ago
the_ironsheik @stustone you intelligent to show the respect for the black brother gary coleman. he good man like intelligent jew
1 day ago

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11 Responses to “The Iron Sheik (account verified) NSFW's Prince of Persia, Gary Coleman & More”

  1. NickF says:

    He types the same way that he talks. Incredible.

  2. sloanish says:

    Never knew Lex wrestled.

  3. Joe Straat says:

    Damn, and i thought I was hitting the alcohol hard tonight…..

  4. LexG says:

    “i fuck your ass and make you humble.”
    Now where’s Nikolai Volkoff’s feed?

  5. LYT says:

    You just now found out Iron Sheik is insane and barely English-literate?

  6. doug r says:

    Thought he was selling cars in Arizona?

  7. chris says:

    I look forward to not reading more of these.

  8. christian says:

    Twitter is so great. No really.

  9. torpid bunny says:

    In the future we will only communicate through homo-phobic taunting.
    Personally I’m more of an ultimate warrior type guy.

  10. torpid bunny says:

    Ultimate Warrior: the original neo-con.

  11. Joe Straat says:

    Ah yes, Ultimate Warrior and his Destrucity……

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