Cute Overload :D
And now, let’s meet a monkey who parties a little harder than the average monkey.
This De Brazza’s monkey is one wild ‘n groovy guy, Danis51.
Monkeh says: I’ve been feeling blue lately.
It is my birthday today. I think this handsome guy needs to be my date tonight for my party!
Inevitably, the night would end with someone trying to convince you to get that monkey off your back.
P.S. Happy B-day!
And yet, his expresh is indeed rather morning-after-ish.
Well he would definitely match any outfit you decided to put on!
Happy birthday to another Libran!
Nature never ceases to amaze me.
Blowing up balloons is hard work!
I’ve dated worse but nobody quite as colorful. Or hairy. Happy Birfday, trixandsam!
I think his expression is more of a “I did WHAT last night?”
That is one epic unibrow.
I think he has answers to all of life mysteries.
He’s reminding me a bit of someone.. who is it .. Wilford Brimley? Ed Asner? hmmm..
He looks like he is wearing one of those baby towels with a hood. In blue.
Leo G. Carroll? Alfred Hitchcock? Somebody British?
I <3 Leo, myself.
This De Brazza has been bedazzled!
Hurray for trixandsam! This is your birthday song, it isn’t very long, HEY!
Back in the Mod Lounge. I think it was because of the second syllable of a certain film director’s name.
No, I think it was the monkey’s COLORIST who partied a little too hard.
Somebody call Rupaul ! I think we have a drag monkey here !
I will let everyone know… in the morning. ;-)
Thanks everyone! The idea of celebrating with this here cool dude, the gang at CO and, for those with CO calendars, the raspberry-blowing squirrellio, makes for a very happy day!
I think he was designed by Dr. Seuss.
Yes!! Leo G. Carroll in the Happy Years! (At the 2:11 mark. BTW, the star of the film, Dean Stockwell, later played Al the Hologram in Quantum Leap and Ben in Blue Velvet.)
That is one glam monkey!
Looks a little Sir Paul McCartney-ish to me.
Looks a little Sir Paul McCartney-ish to meeee.
YES, YES, YES! I see the monkey, yes I do–he’s lots of colors, mainly blue!
You mean Alfred Hitchwilly?