CAMEL, n. A quadruped (the Splaypes humpidorsus) of great value to the show business. There are two kinds of camels — the camel proper and the camel improper. It is the latter that is always exhibited.
2008 Update: The typical transport of magi and petroleum producers.
Some people would walk a mile for one.
Too late it occurs to me that most of you are too young to remember that slogan. "I'd walk a mile for a Camel" cigarette. Sorry.
My ex-mother in law still smokes them. She claims they're the reason she's still sharp, kicking and more at 80something
I actually think she's onto something as anybody who could smoke one without vomiting, coughing or feeling horrible has to be cut from another cloth
TLP--"I'd walk a mile for a Camel" is like the Burma Shave ads. Classic ads know no generation
Once again Doug you and Bierce can't be improved upon
Camel, currency for bride.
Camel, Joe -- a famous smoker who was euthanized by legislation because he allegedly pushed cigarettes to minors. He did not receive a jury trial by his peers. His sentence was passed and carried out, and then his obituary was posted. Several of my in-laws, all adults, mourned him greatly. The wailing and teeth gnashing was truly quite frightening. My BIL set up his Joe Camel t-shirts as a shrine.
Cammil: the ship of the dessert they can cary hevy loads of ice creme, cookys and chery pies
Camel,,the name of a childhood cat,,Who is dead now...AS IS My(OUR)BELOVED DOG TOBIN....Iam sad..................................
I'm dressing like a camel for trick or treat. The cigarette, that is. All I have to do is paint my face red and lay down. --Icy
A horse designed by a committee.
Cam: an essential part of an automobile engine.
El: suffix derived from Heb. eli, God.
CAMEL, n. NASCAR.
camel: An animal with its toes on it's feet instead of in a starlet's crotch.
Camel - can rival my brother in the types of food it can eat and the amount it can drink without dying.
That's ok, TLP. If it helps, I do remember walking a mile for one.
I don't know, Pia. I think a water-bearing hump on my back might be handy.
Ariel, that sounds about even.
Quilly, Joe Camel was just weird to me. I guess I was too old by then to get it.
Boy, sounds like a walking oasis to me. But can they get a date?
Aw. Sorry to hear, brother Bear. I couldn't find your number yesterday or I'd have mourned with you.
Icy, you probably ought to find something brown to roll in.
Just so, Weirsdo.
Peace be upon Nascar, 'moeb.
Poobah, I absolutely don't get it but I laughed anyway.
Actonbell, I bet its legal in Massachusetts.
Haha, Cooper. Your brother sounds like my kind of guy, but aristocratic.
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