I thought it was the elephants. Hmmmmmm.
I had a yellow one once but my dog ate it.It's what I say when I feel like I've walked in on a conversation and I have no earthly idea what's being discussed.
I don't know. There are a couple of kids in our ward's nursery that I'm pretty sure might qualify...
But we DO have indigenous monkeys.
My kids don't count?
In theory: I totally agree. Monkeys are awesome!In reality: I'm glad we don't have indigenous monkeys. I bet they're mean. And I have enough trouble with raccoons and their little human hands. I don't need monkeys on top of that.
We don't?!? That does explain so much. No wonder I always have bananas going bad.Unicorns, we have those...right?
Why must the monkey's be indignant? Could we not have well-adjusted monkeys?
My son told me the monkeys in Africa would completely take over schools, villages, etc. Yuck!
At least we don't have to worry about walking out our front doors and having monkey poo flung at our heads. (Bird poo though.....you're taking your chances.)
I am so with you on this. It is a good thing to finally find someone who sees the world in the same way.
I am loving the series of comments that one simple statement has sparked. You're hilarious.
Constant dripping wears away the stone. 滴水穿石！加油！ ....................................................
Are you sure? Have you watched CSPAN lately?
Yes. That is OUR BIGGEST problem. :)
I don't know what indigenous means, or if I spelled it right. Does that make me a regular monkey?
And it's such a relief to know that the absence of monkeys is our only problem here in America.
monkeys are awesome. I love them. One bit me in Brazil, but it was my fault b/c I was trying to catch it.
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