Monday, April 30, 2007

Here she is...

GUWEI'IYYA, Saudi Arabia (Reuters) - The legs are long, the eyes are big, the bodies curvaceous.

Contestants in this Saudi-style beauty pageant have all the features you might expect anywhere else in the world, but with one crucial difference -- the competitors are camels.


"The nose should be long and droop down, that's more beautiful," explains Sultan al-Qahtani, one of the organisers. "The ears should stand back, and the neck should be long. The hump should be high, but slightly to the back."

11 comments:

Danny Tagalog said...

Heh heh! You better be good to the camel as you wouldn't like camel spit heading in your direction.....

Dino aka Katy said...

well since they can't have women pageants I guess camels are the next best thing

Johnny Yen said...

I'm going to enter. I'm better looking than easily half of those camels.

Mob said...

I want to make a joke about that awful 'my humps' song, but can't bring myself to.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Hey did you see me in the photo? I'm the third one from the left.

Splotchy said...

I just hate seeing these unrealistic ideals of camel beauty.

How is your average Daisy-Sue supposed to feel with these sexy dromedaries strutting their stuff?

justacoolcat said...

I'll bet they all gave the same "World Peace" speech.

Johnny Yen said...

You're a good man, Mob. That song got early and often rotation on my stepdaughter's itunes. Repeated hearing of the song hasn't helped my opinion of it.

Tenacious S said...

You should have posted this on Wednesday.....

Bubs said...

Ten, hump day? DOH.

Johnny, Mob, thanks for addressing the whole Fergie issue vis a vis "humps"

Coolcat, the speech went over better than the swimsuit competition and spitting contest

Splotchy, don't pay any attention to those whores

Barbara, you must be next to me. My 9th grade earth science teacher told me I looked like a camel

katy, there's a whole bunch of bestiality jokes to be made here, but i just can't bring myself to make them

johnny, no kidding

jin said...

So, is camel-toe popular again then???