Monkey Tennis?

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by Rawhide, Dec 11, 2012.

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  1. I dont trust Monkeys, or any Apes or Chimps or whatever the collective term is for that creature.

    It started with the PG tips Chimp:


    As a child i was terrified by the Chimp in human dress, I didnt find it funny, look at it, it knows too much.

    Then I saw smoking Chimps, i bet its a marlboro:


    And that little fucker in a waste coat in Indiana Jones who helped poison someone:


    I dont like their little fingers and I dont trust them.

    More recently was this Einstein chimp:


    And today a chimp thing in a sheepskin jacket going shopping in IKEA:


    They have been to space:


    They have married Pop Stars:


    They are just not right:



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  2. They can't be all bad - you're forgetting the one that nearly helped the potential Darwin award winner by ripping her face off.
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  3. Could be mistaken for a baboon then? A mental baboon.

    Looking at that evil little brute he probably fed opiates to whaco, groomed McCauley culling and was the paedo ringleader who fitted whaco up when the Feds came knocking.
  4. Negligent-Discharge

    Negligent-Discharge LE Book Reviewer

    "I'm forever blowing Bubbles..." 'nuff said.
  5. Maybe Bubbles rooted Macauley? He's turned out well...


    I blame the Jews.

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  6. Move to Hartlepool - they hang monkeys there.

  7. How do they tell them apart from the locals?
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  8. Either way it's a winner.

    I have an image of small monkey jockeys riding greyhounds, could have been from the Simpsons but its freaky shit.
  9. He looks like he's got bad aids.

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  10. Monkeys? Mwahh hah ha haaa haaaaa HA!

  11. Their hands make great ashtrays and back scratchers.

    Once removed and dried they can be very useful.

    Nearly as good as elephant's feet for brolly holders.