Mum assures that her daughter is forever associated with Camel Balls
SO outraged was Charlene McKenzie, 26, that her seven-year-old daughter, Ruby, was offered a packet of Camel Balls bubble gum that she agreed to appear in the papers holding up the offending stuff.
“I was disgusted as I think that it’s totally inappropriate. I am more upset with the company that makes the gum than the shops that sell it. It’s OK for adults and a bit of a laugh, but I can’t see the funny side when they are kept in the sweet section of shops where children like Ruby will see them.”
Ruby might not have noticed the smutty joke. But now surely she has. And all Ruby need do now is Google her own name and find is associated with a pair of camel testicles. Look, Ruby, mum’s in the papers and all over the internet. She’s famous. And she’s holding some camel balls. Yum!
Questions to follow:
Mummy, why are you in the paper?
What are camel’s balls?
Why are you upset.
Why are they disgusting?
Have you ever eaten camel’s balls?
And so on…