remember the monkeys that decorated my christmas tree? A repost for Iris Flavia who wanted to see my chimpanzees

(In December 2010)


(Harvey Banana)  What's going on?

 What are you guys doing in this box?

 (Hugo) We're moving to a new home. Wanna come?

(Harvey Banana) Of course! Move over, let me in.

(I keep these boys around for small visitors to play with).

Comments

  1. Jayne; I love these cuddlies.

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  2. Can't leave those behind.

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  3. A pile of monkeys in a box, what a great way for them to play. Great post and photos xxx

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  4. They have a personality all of their own. Adorable pictures.
    Manzanita@Wannabuyaduck

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  5. Clap, clap well done. Made me smile and brightened up my morning :-).

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  6. Delores; I would never leave them behind.

    Kakka; thank you. I love monkeys, apes etc and these are better than the real thing, because I don't have to feed them or clean up after them.

    Pearl; (^_^)

    Manzanita; they do don't they? And big smiles too.

    Windsmoke; gald I could make somebody smile.

    EC; Me too.

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  7. Ok...in the thumbnail that first photo looked like an incredibly unflattering photo of someone in beige leggings! Oh, whew...it's just a chimpanzee climbing into a cardboard box. 😂

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    1. Sandi; I never saw it like that, because of course I know what it really is.

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  8. Hey, they would be fun for big visitors to play with.

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    1. Arkansas Patti; they are fun, but don't get played with much, no visitors these days and the kids I once knew are all grown up.

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    1. Joanne; but much quieter than real monkeys and far less messy.

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  10. Oh, help, I´m SO SORRY I am late!!!
    Awwww... Mielebaer is right here and says hi!
    Ohhh. I SADLY have no pic, but my chimpanzee was black, and my parents wrote my names on his feet when they sent me to camp (tiny head didn´t grow, though).
    Left foot "Iris", right one... well :-)
    His name was Fips.
    Awww. Thank you for sharing!!! And bringing back Fips to my memory, too.

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  11. I hope they don't start jumping on the bed!

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    1. Val; they never have yet, they're quite obedient. I don't think Lola would be too happy if they did, she thinks that bed is hers.

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