While on holiday to Egypt, my friend went into a shop and he was quite a while so I looked at my watch and it had stopped, there was an Arab sitting on a stool by a camel so I asked him the time, he grabbed the Camels balls and said 2.30 p.m. Well I was amazed, when my friend came out of the shop I told him what had happened, so he asked the Arab the time, the Arab grabbed the Camels balls and said 3 p.m. so we were both amazed and we has to ask the Arab how he could tell the time by grabbing the Camels balls he said I move them a little to the right and I can see the town clock.
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