On camels and tents

June 2, 2015 at 9:29 am (Stuff that Bugs Me Right Now) (, )

I have a new favorite saying now.

“Don’t let the camel get his nose under your tent wall, or he will break your tent.”

"Hi! I'm a camel, and I'm here to wreck your tent."

“Hi! I’m a camel, and I’m here to wreck your tent.”

Isn’t that just so unrelentingly stupid? I love it! It’s the dumbest saying I’ve ever heard. I found it in a brilliant letter to the editor in our local paper, from this guy who is worried his children will grow up to be open-minded and tolerant if they’re led by gay Boy Scout leaders, and not ignorant and bigoted like he is.

“I don’t want my children learning the ways a gay man would teach them. I want my boys to grow up to be men, not someone who is confused about his gender,” says this guy, who is an idiot.

I can't think of a snarky cutline for this. This sucks and I hate it.

I can’t think of a snarky caption for this. This sucks and I hate it.

He also goes on about the gay agenda, and camels, and tents. He wraps up his letter with this: “Scouting has let the camel in.”

And once the camels get in, that's when they start biting people on the head.

And once the camels get in, that’s when they start biting people on the head.

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