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(MassLive)   Today's camel accident comes to you from (a) the sands of the Sahara, (b) somewhere on the Arabian peninsula, or (c) the westbound Pike near Otis, Massachusetts   (masslive.com) divider line 34
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2014-07-12 09:43:40 PM  
Lex Luthor nods approvingly.
 
2014-07-12 10:05:35 PM  
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I bet Mike-Mike-Mike-Mike-Mike finally lost it and tried to run him off the road.
 
2014-07-12 10:31:01 PM  
Stockbridge?

STOCKBRIDGE!?!?
 
2014-07-12 10:42:22 PM  
In the articles commits section, one poster told the other "to stick it where the sun don't shine". I thought I had clicked on to our politics thread by mistake.
 
2014-07-12 10:43:33 PM  
In unrelated news, the Three Wisemen have been ticketed for littering and are currently being interviewed by Customs and Border Patrol on the Group W bench, given their Middle Eastern background, strange accents, and what the hell is myrrh?
 
2014-07-12 10:43:39 PM  
Were the toes OK?
 
2014-07-12 10:46:40 PM  
Camel accident?

CAMEL accident?!

CAMEL ACCIDENT?!??!?

Good god.
 
2014-07-12 10:52:55 PM  
Was spat on by a camel while hiking last week... so getting somewhat of a kick...
 
2014-07-12 10:55:49 PM  
I'm confused.  More than one state in the union has a town named Otis?  For why?  Otis, CO ftw.
 
2014-07-12 10:57:22 PM  

BitwiseShift: In unrelated news, the Three Wisemen have been ticketed for littering and are currently being interviewed by Customs and Border Patrol on the Group W bench, given their Middle Eastern background, strange accents, and what the hell is myrrh?


I have it on good authority that myrrh is smokable.

/father raper
 
2014-07-12 11:01:16 PM  
This would never happen if it weren't for those damn camel jockeys
 
2014-07-12 11:07:27 PM  
Camels are nasty, spiteful animals.
 
2014-07-12 11:26:23 PM  

Bucky Katt: Camels are nasty, spiteful animals.


I beg to differ. I love every camel I've ever encountered, along with llamas, donkeys, burros and goats. Don't know what it is, I just have a zen with large herbivores.
 
2014-07-12 11:38:41 PM  

Bucky Katt: Camels are nasty, spiteful animals.


According to TFA camels IS nasty, spiteful animals.


Gale reported camels, the living breathing kind, rather than the cigarette, is the cargo in the trailer.
 
2014-07-12 11:39:19 PM  

Bucky Katt: Camels are nasty, spiteful animals.


Wouldn't you be if assholes were riding around on your back everyday? I'm surprised that horses aren't kicking every person they see, they must not have any self esteem or resolve like Zebras. You ever see anybody riding a Zebra? Wonder why?
 
2014-07-12 11:48:30 PM  

OtherLittleGuy: Stockbridge?

STOCKBRIDGE!?!?


It's just a generic bridge, goes from here to there.
 
2014-07-13 12:16:27 AM  

Bucky Katt: Camels are nasty, spiteful animals.


Yes, but their toes are delicious.
 
2014-07-13 12:17:48 AM  
Makes sense, considering all the camel jockeys that live in Mass now
 
2014-07-13 12:20:11 AM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Makes sense, considering all the camel jockeys that live in Mass now


But hey, don't call him a bigot.
 
2014-07-13 12:26:23 AM  

ongbok: Bucky Katt: Camels are nasty, spiteful animals.

Wouldn't you be if assholes were riding around on your back everyday? I'm surprised that horses aren't kicking every person they see, they must not have any self esteem or resolve like Zebras. You ever see anybody riding a Zebra? Wonder why?


Zebras are assholes. They haven't been domesticated for thousands of years and lack the traits that make them play nice. I'm sure that given a couple hundred years, we could breed out their aggressiveness. But why? They'd be better as a food source. I'd eat a zebra burger.

/Also, ostriches. Mean as hell, but people try to ride them all the time
//and sometimes die
 
2014-07-13 12:38:19 AM  

gggoddammitt: ongbok: Bucky Katt: Camels are nasty, spiteful animals.

Wouldn't you be if assholes were riding around on your back everyday? I'm surprised that horses aren't kicking every person they see, they must not have any self esteem or resolve like Zebras. You ever see anybody riding a Zebra? Wonder why?

Zebras are assholes. They haven't been domesticated for thousands of years and lack the traits that make them play nice. I'm sure that given a couple hundred years, we could breed out their aggressiveness. But why? They'd be better as a food source. I'd eat a zebra burger.

/Also, ostriches. Mean as hell, but people try to ride them all the time
//and sometimes die


Actually, zebras weren't domesticated because the meanness and aggressiveness makes it nearly impossible to contain them long enough to breed out those traits. If they could have been domesticated, they would have been; but they are just too vicious and evil to even try. Same way with Cape buffalo: too big and hostile even to begin domestication.
 
2014-07-13 12:38:47 AM  
Read the headline as accidental camel toe, leaving dissatisfied.
 
2014-07-13 12:39:20 AM  

gggoddammitt: ongbok: Bucky Katt: Camels are nasty, spiteful animals.

Wouldn't you be if assholes were riding around on your back everyday? I'm surprised that horses aren't kicking every person they see, they must not have any self esteem or resolve like Zebras. You ever see anybody riding a Zebra? Wonder why?

Zebras are assholes. They haven't been domesticated for thousands of years and lack the traits that make them play nice. I'm sure that given a couple hundred years, we could breed out their aggressiveness. But why? They'd be better as a food source. I'd eat a zebra burger.

/Also, ostriches. Mean as hell, but people try to ride them all the time
//and sometimes die


But you see what I'm saying. Zebras aren't taking any shiat. Horses on the other hand are just "What ever, do to me what you want, just give me some oats once in a while.", zero self esteem. Camels on the other hand take that shiat, but are really passive aggressive to the point you just write it off as they are being camels, even though they are rebelling in their own meaningless way.
 
2014-07-13 12:39:40 AM  

gggoddammitt: ongbok: Bucky Katt: Camels are nasty, spiteful animals.

Wouldn't you be if assholes were riding around on your back everyday? I'm surprised that horses aren't kicking every person they see, they must not have any self esteem or resolve like Zebras. You ever see anybody riding a Zebra? Wonder why?

Zebras are assholes. They haven't been domesticated for thousands of years and lack the traits that make them play nice. I'm sure that given a couple hundred years, we could breed out their aggressiveness. But why? They'd be better as a food source. I'd eat a zebra burger.

/Also, ostriches. Mean as hell, but people try to ride them all the time
//and sometimes die


///Are those your legs or are you  riding a chicken?
 
2014-07-13 12:44:50 AM  
I'm guessing the only reason this isn't a cameltoe thread is because the mods would nuke the pics?
 
2014-07-13 12:49:10 AM  

Gleeman: Read the headline as accidental camel toe, leaving dissatisfied.


Numerous studies have shown that 90% of the time, accidental camel toe is the camel toe you don't want to see.
 
2014-07-13 12:53:04 AM  

ongbok: Bucky Katt: Camels are nasty, spiteful animals.

Wouldn't you be if assholes were riding around on your back everyday? I'm surprised that horses aren't kicking every person they see, they must not have any self esteem or resolve like Zebras. You ever see anybody riding a Zebra? Wonder why?


i.dailymail.co.uk
 
2014-07-13 12:57:58 AM  

gfid: ongbok: Bucky Katt: Camels are nasty, spiteful animals.

Wouldn't you be if assholes were riding around on your back everyday? I'm surprised that horses aren't kicking every person they see, they must not have any self esteem or resolve like Zebras. You ever see anybody riding a Zebra? Wonder why?

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x473]


Bet you that is a painted horse or donkey.

By the way donkeys have really given up too. They are just happy to have a deviant sexual act named after them. They sold out for cheap, very cheap, and a long time ago.
 
2014-07-13 01:41:51 AM  

ongbok: gfid: ongbok: Bucky Katt: Camels are nasty, spiteful animals.

Wouldn't you be if assholes were riding around on your back everyday? I'm surprised that horses aren't kicking every person they see, they must not have any self esteem or resolve like Zebras. You ever see anybody riding a Zebra? Wonder why?

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x473]

Bet you that is a painted horse or donkey.

By the way donkeys have really given up too. They are just happy to have a deviant sexual act named after them. They sold out for cheap, very cheap, and a long time ago.


Well, I'd cite the source for the picture which says it's an actual zebra, but it is the Daily Mail.  Still, you can find plenty of pictures and videos of people riding what appear to be zebras.  The scene from Sheena is obviously a horse, but I think some are real.
 
2014-07-13 01:45:14 AM  

Gyrfalcon: gggoddammitt: ongbok: Bucky Katt: Camels are nasty, spiteful animals.

Wouldn't you be if assholes were riding around on your back everyday? I'm surprised that horses aren't kicking every person they see, they must not have any self esteem or resolve like Zebras. You ever see anybody riding a Zebra? Wonder why?

Zebras are assholes. They haven't been domesticated for thousands of years and lack the traits that make them play nice. I'm sure that given a couple hundred years, we could breed out their aggressiveness. But why? They'd be better as a food source. I'd eat a zebra burger.

/Also, ostriches. Mean as hell, but people try to ride them all the time
//and sometimes die

Actually, zebras weren't domesticated because the meanness and aggressiveness makes it nearly impossible to contain them long enough to breed out those traits. If they could have been domesticated, they would have been; but they are just too vicious and evil to even try. Same way with Cape buffalo: too big and hostile even to begin domestication.


Well, it worked when we finally domesticated women. Don't give up hope.
 
2014-07-13 01:52:12 AM  

OtherLittleGuy: Stockbridge?

STOCKBRIDGE!?!?


It's just a little itty-bitty place
 
2014-07-13 04:43:15 AM  

BluVeinThrobber: gggoddammitt: ongbok: Bucky Katt: Camels are nasty, spiteful animals.

Wouldn't you be if assholes were riding around on your back everyday? I'm surprised that horses aren't kicking every person they see, they must not have any self esteem or resolve like Zebras. You ever see anybody riding a Zebra? Wonder why?

Zebras are assholes. They haven't been domesticated for thousands of years and lack the traits that make them play nice. I'm sure that given a couple hundred years, we could breed out their aggressiveness. But why? They'd be better as a food source. I'd eat a zebra burger.

/Also, ostriches. Mean as hell, but people try to ride them all the time
//and sometimes die

///Are those your legs or are you  riding a chicken?


www.wackyowl.com
 
2014-07-13 09:52:29 AM  
Otis, my man

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2014-07-13 09:53:20 AM  
I swear, I think and say that every time I get in an elevator and see that name
 
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