Monday, March 5, 2012

Camel Toes

 
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For all you doubting the authenticity of thie above letter and response, Snopes.com has confirmed that it is real.  Read the Snopes item at:
http://www.snopes.com/risque/tattled/cameltoad.asp

This exchange appeared in the 15 June 2005 instalment of "Ask Leslie," and advice column written by librarian Leslie Potter for the Hays Daily News in Kansas.

Ms Potter has commented:
"There were several staff members at the library's front desk the morning the "camel toads" letter arrived. When I opened and read it, I was thoroughly puzzled, as I had never heard of either camel toads or camel toes. But when I read it aloud to the staff, they practically started rolling on the floor. And their explanation is almost word-for-word what I used in my answer. I kept the original letter as a memento - and to show people who didn't believe it could be real!" 
She believes the letter to be genuine, saying that:
I recognised the handwriting on the envelope as being from someone who writes in frequently, if anonymously- always legitimate questions, so I have no reason to suspect this particular question was a fraud.
Btw, the male version of camel toe is known as moose knuckle.





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