New dictionary definitions

9 Apr, '08


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  1. Barry says:

    You know, I could kind of see justifying that price for a thoroughbred horse, or a luxury car, but a camel? I didn’t know there were camel breeds. What is so special about that camel? I guess some people have so much money that they just throw it away (I wish he would throw it at me!)

  2. Redbelt says:

    Everything is worth what its purchaser will pay for it.
    Publilius Syrus
    (~100 BC)

  3. ammaro says:

    you’re only sour because you’re not worth 100 million. if you were, a camel for 3 mill isnt that big a deal

  4. Abu Arron says:

    Ha, ha. I can think of better, more suitable adjectives!!

  5. Mike says:

    A fool and his money are soon parted.

    Common Sensicus
    (~400 BC)

  6. Meggie says:

    Maybe the whole shindig was intended to support a charity? Here in England we do all sorts of daft stuff in support of our charities.

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