Camel Abscess Everybody! Camel Abscess!!!

jay
24,601 Views 6 years ago

This is a very first on crazyshit. We've never had a camel abscess on the site before. I have to say though, the camel comes off as impressive of how well a abscess can form and then be drained from them. Kinda like how they have those humps, that store water, maybe they have bumps that just store puss. Awesome!

25 Comments
  • beergut January 24, 2010

    so thats whats in the hump

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  • psycho666 January 24, 2010

    mmmm sour cream.

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  • killkenny January 24, 2010

    Dromedary drip. Camel cream. Sahara soup. Yum!

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  • wardo56 January 24, 2010

    Strawberry milkshakes are back at McDonalds

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  • wardo56 January 24, 2010

    Strawberry Milkshakes are back at McMohomed's

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  • fetishit January 24, 2010

    mmmmm fruity...

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  • ohwickedwendi January 24, 2010

    Dudes! You're draining the reserves!

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  • king7 January 24, 2010

    thats one way to fix your car....

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  • pizzapie January 24, 2010

    Makes a great sandwich spread

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  • shineyfeathers January 24, 2010

    Mmmmmm! Fresh dessert Soft Serve! Where's the cones?

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  • willylickaball January 24, 2010

    I wondered where hummas came from.

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  • 2indastink January 24, 2010

    The vegetable called salsify is usually the root of purple salsify, Tragopogon porrifolius; the root is described as having the taste of oysters (hence the alternative common name "oyster plant" for some species in this genus), but more insipid with a touch of sweetness. The young shoots of purple salsify can also be eaten, as well as young leaves[1]. Other species are also used in the same way, including the black or Spanish salsify, Scorzonera hispanica, which is closely related though not a member of the genus Tragopogon.

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  • thunderbutt January 24, 2010

    The vegetable called salsify is usually the root of purple salsify, Tragopogon porrifolius; the root is described as having the taste of oysters (hence the alternative common name "oyster plant" for some species in this genus), but more insipid with a touch of sweetness. The young shoots of purple salsify can also be eaten, as well as young leaves[1]. Other species are also used in the same way, including the black or Spanish salsify, Scorzonera hispanica, which is closely related though not a member of the genus Tragopogon. ain't I smart?

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  • thoward January 24, 2010

    ^ You two need to put the bongs down Ya'll have had plenty today.^

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  • thoward January 24, 2010

    Back on topic..............Can i get some with sprinkles?

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  • thunderbutt January 24, 2010

    I just wanna be like the stink....

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  • thoward January 24, 2010

    ^Why?^

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  • cellule January 24, 2010

    I'm surprised they did'nt bombed the camel.

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  • beem January 24, 2010

    The vegetable called salsify is usually the root of purple salsify, Tragopogon porrifolius; the root is described as having the taste of oysters (hence the alternative common name "oyster plant" for some species in this genus), but more insipid with a touch of sweetness. The young shoots of purple salsify can also be eaten, as well as young leaves[1]. Other species are also used in the same way, including the black or Spanish salsify, Scorzonera hispanica, which is closely related though not a member of the genus Tragopogon. I'm smarter!

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  • thunderbutt January 24, 2010

    Back ontopic..............Can

    i get some with sprinkles?

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  • unibanger73 January 24, 2010

    this is why i prefer iranian women just remain silent and keep the veil on.

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  • boredshitless January 25, 2010

    damn that fucking camel sounds just like my wife waking up!

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  • drunkard January 25, 2010

    The iranian water department is working overtime for you.

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  • rareranking January 25, 2010

    Dang was just to short

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  • rodeye2 January 25, 2010

    Kill the wife but save the camel.

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