Cats always look good. Now they are helping hoomins look good too. Or maybe they’re just giving ’em a good licking.
Look at these two. Y’know, they look like should have their own show on TV. What kind of show would they be? Odd Couple? Buddy Cops? Whodunnit? (yukyukyuk) Sit!-com? Late Night? Interior Remodeling? Looney Tunes? Hmmm…? (grabs bowl of popcorn).
When you’ve got a monkey-sized thirst, don’t human around with ordinary sports drinks — drink Ook™, the thirst quencher made for monkeys on the move. Now available in foolproof easy-open six-ounce bottle.
Spotted in India by Flickerator haiderali4496.
A staple of family driving trips during the 60’s and 70’s, Lake Wiki-Waki-Whatda delighted audiences with its “Orangu-Mermaid Spectacular” water ballet.
I’m tellin’ ya kid, we got a problem. There’s a 5-second rule and neither of us can count to five. Or is it a 5-second drool, I can never remember.
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In our gallery, you see portraits of our members who have brought honor upon our esteemed society. First, let us meet Horace Gowen Hogg-Wylde, the inventor of the toenail straightener, and first to cross the English Channel in a hot-air baboon;
Next, here is Sir Grimsby Pepperpopper, PhD, OMGBBQ, the biologist who proved his controversial theory that “a lake is merely an introverted mountain” by climbing to the bottom of Lake Geneva;
And finally, we see Lord Humphrey Humphermumph-Ghlurrbl-Fleargh, the renowned achiever of a great many things, only we don’t know what they are because nobody can understand him when he talks.
Via Bored Panda, where you may see more animals with moustaches.
“I am the Lorax. I speak for the trees!”
Emperor Tamarin Monkey image via Bored Panda.
Maybe I am going to hug you, or maybe I am going to mug you!
Apparently a cheeky macaque kept stealing this orangutan’s fruit! Via Daily Mail on Facebook.
Oh look, here’s one now. Let’s ask. So what are you, a spider or a monkey? One or the other, you can’t have it both ways!
My name is a combination of the word spider, which is Latin for AAAAIIIIEEEEE! [Psycho music], and the word Monkey, which is a made-up word that is cute to say.
Hula Skirt Monkey would have been nice. That Carl Linnaeus sure has a lot to answer for.
Baby spider monkey learns to leap, via Zooborns.