The last straw.
The straw that broke the camel's back.
The last of a series of annoyances or disappointments that leads one to a final loss of patience, temper, trust, or hope.
Also, a barbarian of the Hyborean Age possessing a penchant for punching ill-tempered camels in the head and rendering them unconscious.
"Alright, that's the camel breaker. You've had this beating coming for a long time, and here it is!"
"My jerkface boss took credit for the project I'd been spearheading for the last four months while he played golf, and that was the camel breaker, so I told him where he could shove my job and then told his boss who REALLY completed the project."
"Quickly, quickly! The Camel Breaker is coming! Get your camels in off the road before one of them spits at him and ends up with a broken head!"
Perhaps the best soda ever produced…. invented by J. M. Thompson of Chicago in 1906.
presently owned by Cadbury Schweppes Americas Beverages, who market the soft drink in cans and bottles chiefly in the southeastern United States, where it is sold in most supermarkets. Crush is also popular in Canada, where it is distributed by Cadbury Beverages Canada.
Orange crush is considered by many peoples as the ultimate soft drink… Rumors abound that the soft drink is so good it had gained interstellar popularity amongst many of our cosmic neighbors Some of which have strong feelings against the people of the Earth. Namely the Corvons. Who had over the years constructed a massive armada of ships to lay waste to Earth due to the never ending radio and television transmissions. …
Unknown of course to humans. The Corvons home planet was directly in the path of several quasars and other stellar phenomena that has an amplifying effect upon radio transmissions. As a result The Corvons home planet was bombarded with the constant boring low quality television and radio programming of 10s,20s,30,40s, 50s.,60s and now the 80s.That is because of course. Radio waves take many years to travel the vast distances of space. For example: the light you see from the sun takes 8 minutes 33 and 1/3 secs to reach our planet. The light seen from stars at night can be millions and billions of years in the past. Thus the light we see today from Corvo is the light of ...