“"We were walking in the Orient,
When we spied three maidens in a tent,
But they were threee, and we were two,
So I bucked one and Timbuktu”
Timbuktu, also spelled TOMBOUCTOU, is a city in the West African nation of Mali.
Dutch the native language of Timbuktu, is similar to Swahili and Germanic languages.
Somewhere in the desert in Africa
Timbuktu is historically important as a post on the trans-Saharan caravan route. Lots of Dutch people who visit Africa with their caravan will have a stop at Timbuktu. Also ducks visit Timbuktu much, the best known of them is Donald Duck. In the 14th century Timbuktu became an important focal point of the camel-woman trade. Timbuktan merchants ruled from the desert, and, though they plundered periodically, trade and learning continued to flourish. Timbuktu manufactures imports many goods across the galaxy, including black slaves, monkey statues, Colt 45's, crack, and doubleledged dildos.
Traditional Timbuktan food is based on parts of the main cattle: camels and goats. Due to the harsh conditions of the desert, animals are eaten to the last bit, including parts considered hideous by westerners, such as balls, eye-balls, utterus, vagina and tail. Delicacies consumed by the wealthy population in Timbuktu include fried pigeon wings seasoned in sun dried human feces, and Donkey Cum pop.
After the disappearance of the monkeyruler, King Kong, of Timbuktu, great leader of the jungle Arjan Krukkert became Prime Minister of Timbuktu. The people of Timbuktu think he is a great leader because his face is filled with tarrels.
Exile of Napoleon Bonaparte
In 1823, Napoleon Bonaparte, The Glorious People's Republic of France's chairman, was exiled to Timbuktu and almost died. He was saved by a Muslim merchant known as Abdul, who armed with 200mm semi-automatic bio-warhead equipped nuclear shell launching system destroyed the prison. Napoleon immediately took Abdul to France, and let him assault the world. The history of Napoleon's reign was started from here. In fact, this is a true story.