Sunday, November 7, 2010

FAMOUS JUNK AND CAMELTOE THROUGHOUT HISTORY


Just trying to do my small part to help history come alive. Any textbook companies interested in this unique approach I am totally willing to sit down. 

#1: KHAKI CAMELTOE
- First woman to fly solo across the Atlantic
- Went missing in 1937 en route to Howland Island
- One of the 1st supporters of the equal rights amendment


#2: MILITARY OVERALLS JUNK
- Help defeat Britain in the Revolutionary War
- Die in 1799 at age 67
- Originally a farmer



#3: CHAIN METAL CAMELTOE
- Born in 1412
- One of the first female military leaders
- Won the battle of Orleans



#4: CAPRI JUNK
- Ruled France & Italy from 1805 – 1814
- Military Strategist
- Stood only 5’ 5” tall

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25 comments:

  1. XD very interesting approach, this'll go down great in school text books.

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  2. I knew 1, 3 and 4 but not 3. Maybe you will get all kinds of 'makeover our textbooks' offers!

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  3. no hawt cameltoes here...I'm somewhat disappointed.

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  4. History just took a more disturbing twist....great idea for a book though.

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  5. No way Joan of Arc was that pretty.

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  6. Delicious cameltoe! and they are famous too! :D

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  7. Well researched and presented. History will never be the same. xo

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  8. cant wait 'til your next post!

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  9. capri junk is napoleon! i guessed right!

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  10. Omg, this is hilarious. Looks like you'll never escape the 'toe, no matter how far back you lived!

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  11. Your next post should be on the history of the cameltoe

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  12. Awesomeness!!

    Btw, there is an award for you over at my blog for you to snag up when you get the chance. ;~}
    This blog is kick ass funny. I had to give credit where credit is due.

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  13. LMAO that's awesome my friend

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  14. Speechless. Laughing, but speechless.

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  15. This awesome....mainly cause I knew every answer without clicking!
    Which really helps me today...I'm still reeling from a bus incident and was wondering if I am smart enough to make it in college!
    Apparently....I possibly am!

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  16. I know my cameltoe history! Ever since the phrase "camel toe' was invented, I've found my self strangly attracted to camels...

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