SPIKE WRITES: What makes a camel happy?

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Saturday 25 October, 2014 by Uncle Spike

Here’s a tale about a camel called Spike that I penned as a guest writer for Pat, the winner of the latest ‘Guess What’ competition 🙂

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“A camel is usually known as a grumpy animal, so what makes a camel happy?”

Well here I am, Uncle Spike, popping up on this wonderful blog as guest writer for a day, after Pat, your host, was the recent winner of a ‘Guess What’ photo-image post on my blog.

Camels, hmm, yes… we are known to be rather grumpy old farts, I have to admit. I mean, wouldn’t you be, plodding around under the heat of the desert, with nuffink to dangle your lips into for sustenance for days on end? Or worse still, some of us end up carting round overweight pink tourists all day long; who seem to like being decorated in nothing more than an ill-fitting bikini top, garish shorts, a camera strung around their scrawny necks, screeching with raucous laughter…

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