Katy Perry and Her Camel

Do not free a camel of the burden of his hump; you may be freeing him from being a camel. –Gilbert K. Chesterton 

5 thoughts on “Katy Perry and Her Camel

  1. If you want to watch a movie that has heart spirit and soul then you should watch ‘The Story of the Weeping Camel’ on DVD.

    Great for all ages and families alike; I really recommend it.

    Little Dit.
    When I travelled with the Touareg’s they would set up camp and pitch their tents with the last hour of daylight. The last thing they hung along the side of the tent was the cloth door. I watched the young kids observing the camels as they settled down for the night; only then would they hang the door, even if it meant re-setting some of the side panels.

    It always amazed me that the door was on the opposite side of the breeze, which stopped sand blowing through. When I asked how they knew which way the wind would come from (it changes direction often through the day); a young kid pointed at the camel with his chin “ils nous diront” (“they will tell us”)!

    They have a saying; “nous allons voir de quel côté se trouve le chameau” (“let’s see which way the camel lies”).

    Camels instinctively settle with their rear ends pointing at the breeze, its part of their survival instinct for when sand storms hit.

    Yours Aye.

  2. It appears to me that she is a little under dressed for a Muslim nation. I see hair, neck and ankles. Should she be a little more covered? Not a burka but something more modest? Just ignorant of the rules over there I guess.

      • NavyOne

        Correct on that, her taste is some what lacking; as is her choice in men; look at the half-wit she married and later divorced…


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