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May 15, 2017


Woman claims she was attacked by camel at Jefferson Davis home

(Thanks to Le Petomane, Bill Hudgins and PirateBoy)

*The woman, we mean. Also probably the camel.


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So it took her two years to realize she was damaged "mentally and physically"?

Send in masked men to remove the camel.

What a dromedary queen.

I'll bet she has the camel toe to prove it.

In an exclusive, the British tabloid The Sun has learned that the camel was "dropped" there by aliens, who gave it the 'orders' to attack.

I hate it when that happens to me.

Alien squirrels? Lawd help us!

How can one (1) animal 'stampede' a person?
Stampede (noun or verb) involves a panicked rush of a number (greater than one) of animals.

Obligatory SNORK! at Meanie.

If she had been bitten by a moose, it wouldn't have taken her two years to figure out it hurt.

Just to make sure I wasn't going nuts I called my dad and asked him if he remembered seeing a camel at Jefferson Davis' home. I've visited there a few times. Neither one of us remember seeing Sir Camelot. However he did tell me that it's a little known fact that Paul Revere was actually riding a camel through the streets of Boston when he announced the British were coming.

Are any tickets left for the trial?

nursecindy-I also heard Paul revere had to walk a mile to get that camel.

When Jefferson Davis was secretary of war he imported camels to see if they would be useful in the dry western states.
There are still some wandering out there.

Didn't Joe Camel die years ago because of lung cancer?

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