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July 29 2010

"Monkeys don't lay eggs. That's in act two. It shows you how difficult it is for them to be surrogate parents. The hippos are in trouble, but, yeah, they'll find somebody's little baby for them."

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19 comments:

  1. ^_^ Monkey eggs?!...Reminds me of Monkey Magic. He was "born from an egg on a mountain top....."

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  2. Moneys laying eggs in act two? Hippos looking for children to return to the rightful parents? Is Koala Man in this show? Has he finished his Fosters, and is he done burning herb with lizards?

    You know, I'm sure all of these terrible symptoms of the animal world in turmoil could have been avoided had those damned fascists had have let the iguanas have tea! They could have introduced them to the quiet behaviors of the refined sort, but NO! They were so cruelly denied, their poor spirits were broken and now they've all gone straight for the controlled substances, and are tripping in the trees in a most unseemly manner!

    I wonder just what, and how much of it, it will take to get the monkeys lay eggs? I know it can be done, because I'm an American! We had a President named George W. Bush! I saw THAT monkey lay a lot of eggs! Some of them he even laid in Great Britain!

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  3. I am guaranteed a laugh, sometimes desperately needed, every time I open this page.

    You've been given the Versatile Blogger Award for taking what could potentially severe a weaker relationship, and sharing it with humour with the rest of the world.

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  4. I must say that, had I been drinking coffee, my keyboard would be broken. I laughed so hard at this that our dog came in from outside to see what was wrong... I wonder what has caused the sudden animal theme? It gets more and more confusing each day, but funnier, too. Poor monkeys. Poor Hippos!

    Oh, and congratulations on getting the Versatile Blogger Award! And a very, very belated happy anniversary to you.

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  5. just plain bonkers

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  6. I would pay to see this movie. When's the release date?

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  7. I'm not even too sure what to do with this one. Hope the monkeys make out OK.

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  8. i think that was the most confusing thing i ever heard him say

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  9. i have no idea what you are talking about, but i guess you don't either. I love sleep talking!

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  10. poor hippos. poor, poor hippos.

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  11. In a Penguins of Madagascar show, King Julian thinks that his "JJ" will hatch out of an egg. It didn't of course, but he thought it would. ;)

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  12. And of course, Act II also has that touching scene where the whales finally find a sperm donor....... 7@=Q

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  13. I love today's quote, so silly.
    'Sea monkeys' come from eggs.

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  14. Prof. ZzzMAN-ylizer29 July 2010 23:51

    yes, it tis All a Barrel of Monkeying around, passisng gas and riding hip to a hippopottymouse a secondary act for applause if the two come together and meet in the middle with a bundle of joy,
    how mail monkey joes inflatable games on monkey island, such is, monkey bread in captivity all of monkeys-paw pets to spheres mating in space and span of time in muckyduckboots, alas, hippocratic oath of hippocrates, hypocrite to hypocritical...hipstirred! hiphoppin! a hopmonkey to a hip mama...a hip movement in the works...and a hip monkey was born waddle,swaddle...
    waddling, ...deedoo, a dooDAaah...a rrringa-ding-ding...a rrringa-ding-dongkingkong, over and out, spacieyl-oh in Adams' world, quite worldly diffr-ent, announced out loud from adamspeak.
    (oops,
    getting carried away with googleyed snipits to deciper this phenomenon known as STM, m'lark!)

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  15. Honestly, I don't know who those people are who think that this is all fake... you couldn't make this stuff up! It sounds like he's describing a David Attenborough...play...?

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  16. @Sarah, I can hear his voice now, "Deep in the undergrowth, the hippos are in trouble. They are on the lookout for the little baby, who has wondered off into the jungle".
    "On their travels, they will come across some eggs, layed by a creature that until recently propagated it's species by other means".

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  17. ENTER STAGE LEFT: MONKEY 1
    Monkey 1: (With anguish) But what if we want to keep the baby...?
    MONKEY MOVES DOWNSTAGE RIGHT
    ENTER STAGE RIGHT: MONKEY 2
    Monkey 2: But we can't. It's not ours!

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  18. Sarah, if Monkey 1 is carrying the hippo's baby, we better donate a wheelbarrow STAT!

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  19. Yeah, and in act three, the hippo biodad sues for paternity rights to the monkey's adopted child...

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