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رقص سميره صدقى

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saud amer

قحبة على مستوى عالي من الشرمطة
عواد الاسدي

والله اخوانا المصريين فادوا العرب
شادي عثامنه

زيدونا سكسآ زيدونا

طول عمرها تحب تحشي الفستان في الكلسون حقها

شرموطة جسمها نار ابيض وطري زبي وقف
علي محمد


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News Report:

US Airways' hideously pornographic tweet makes Internet history

As with most controversial stories these days, it all started with a simple tweet.
Unhappy with her delayed flight, a young woman named Alex tweeted a complaint to US Airways. “You ruined my spring break,” she said. “I want some free stuff @USAirways H8 YOU”
In response, US Airways tweeted back with a professional-sounding message: “We don’t like to hear this, Alex. Please provide feedback to our Customer Relations team here:”
Unfortunately, the link the message provided was not to a Customer Relations feedback form, as was expected. The link was instead to an extremely graphic image of a naked woman with her legs spread wide open, and a large, model airplane making the most awkward landing ever recorded in the history of the internet. Of course, the picture itself was on full display in the tweet, meaning everyone following US Airway’s official Twitter account – all 420 thousand of them – could see it. 

What is unusual is that the company apparently sent a similar tweet to another complainant, identified as Twitter user “ElleRafter”.
“Unhappy that 1787 sat for an hour on tarmac in CLT because overweight, resulting in over hour late arrival in PDX… ” ElleRafter had tweeted US Airways.
“We truly dislike delays too and are very sorry your flight was affected,” replied the company.
“Yeah, you seem so very sorry,” said ElleRafter. “So sorry, in fact, that you couldn’t be bothered to address my other tweets.”
To which US Airways replied, “We welcome feedback, Elle. If your travel is complete, you can detail it here for review and follow-up:”
What then followed was the same X-rated image, in all its eyeballs-bleaching, stomach-churning glory. 
The timing of the explicit tweet could not have been worse. For one, the Pulitzer Prize was announcing its winners on the same day. This special event of course led to an increase in online traffic, which in turn meant more people were on the net to see the image. US Airways is also currently in the process of merging with the world’s largest airline company, American Airlines.
US Airways has since profusely apologized for the image, the BBC noted.
“We apologize for an inappropriate image recently shared as a link in one of our responses,” they stated via Twitter. “We’ve removed the tweet and are investigating.”
In a separate statement, they said, “We deeply regret the mistake and we are currently reviewing our processes to prevent such errors in the future.”
The company has not made any new tweets since then.
While all traces of the offending image have already been removed from the company’s official Twitter account, the tweet was online for at least 22 minutes – more than enough time for netizens to share it with the rest of the world via retweets and screencaps. The retweets alone number more than 500.
The net explodes, hilarity ensues
Not surprisingly, people were quick to react to US Airways’ regrettable mishap. The reactions ranged from outrage to laughter—but fortunately for the airline, mostly the latter. 

“Pulitzer in feature writing goes to the US Airways tweet,” was Richard Lawson’s sarcastic remark.
“Surprised the offending @USAirways tweet was up for so long. Even their reaction time gets delayed,” Twitter user nascarcasm shared.
“I am DYING. Unable-to-breathe laughing. That has to be the most epic corporate social media f#ckup ever,” wrote Julian Sanchez.
“Gives a whole new meaning to red eye flight,” said one Christine Erickson.
“I’ve always said US Airways had the most leg room,” Kyle Ayers noted.
“Big thanks to @USAirways for finally giving us a satisfying ending to LOST,” wrote Jessica Weil.
“US Airways now flying direct to Bangkok,” said CJ Werleman.
A chart even exists showing a comparison of the popularity of the US Airways tweet and the Pulitzer Prize event.
An 'honest mistake'
According to US Airways spokesman Matt Miller, “It was an honest mistake... It was in an attempt to flag the tweet as inappropriate... unfortunately, the image was inadvertently included.”

In a separate statement, the company said: “Our investigation has determined that the image was initially posted to our Twitter feed by another user. We captured the tweet to flag it as inappropriate. Unfortunately the image was inadvertently included in a response to a customer. We immediately realized the error and removed our tweet.”
Simply put, the image – which was already making rounds in the shadier parts of the internet – was tweeted to US Airways’ as a joke, but was reposted by a company employee by mistake.
And because it was a mistake, said employee won’t be getting the ax, according to the airline.
Earlier this month, American Airlines was involved in a separate Twitter controversy, one involving a 14-year-old Dutch girl sending threatening tweets to the airline. — TJD, GMA News

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