Saturday, November 10, 2007

Fergie and the Camel

"Trust in God, but tie your camel"
.....from Rubaiyat by Omar Khayyam,

Omar was talking about an ancient form of "The Club". This is a tale of climate, your constant companion and the urge to pimp your ride--even if that ride is the "ship of the desert".

It's hot in the desert, right?

Real hot, blazingly hot. And it's a well-known fact that heat in the air produces heat in the heart of humans all over the world. And what better way to celebrate the heat in the heart of a human than to sing-a-long with the Black-Eyed Peas. If you don't know the words, you can hum.
But first, a word about a certain tradition concerning the camel:
"Also see the MEMRI blog, where we find this mind-blowing photo of a camel who’s ready to rock your world"
--Quote from the Little Green Book at Little Green Footballs

My humps,
--------my humps,
-----------------my lovely camel humps
----------------------------------...check it out.

Didn't think we'd tie all those loose ends together, did you?

by Mondoreb
& Little Baby Ginn


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