By Rob Beschizza at 5:12 am Wed, Apr 10, 2013
“How do you take your tagine? One hump or two?”
I love the Reuters quote in the linked article:
As soon as we heard of this, we quickly replaced it with a bigger and better-looking camel
I mean, if you’re going to give someone a camel, you’d better not pick an ugly one.
upto I looked at the check for $8157, I did not believe that my friends brother woz actualie erning money part-time on their computer.. there sisters neighbour haz done this less than 12 months and resently cleard the morgage on there house and purchased a brand new Aston Martin DB5. read more at, fab22.comCHECK IT OUT
…or it may have ended up in some British beef lasagne.
Maybe I’m wrong, but leaving a camel with someone ‘for safekeeping’ is really asking quite a lot. I’m irritated when people bring less than perfectly behaved dogs into my house, even temporarily, if someone left a camel here because it was too much of a hassle to take with them I’d be super pissed. And from what I’ve heard, camels are jerks, what kind of gift is that? WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE?
I missed the /sarcasm tag. Maybe he paid the family? Maybe he agreed to let the family use the camel as a beast of burden (not unknown in that part of the world)?
That must be a huge tagine.
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