Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Everyone visit Monkey's site. It's cool.

There are these two monkeys, ya see. And they have adventures. Then there is this dragon that acts as their foil. It's Shakespearian in terms of its emotional scope. Also they talk about poo a whole lot. And I think everyone knows how much I like poo. In fact, I wrote a whole article on poo.

11 comments:

Calzone said...

Thanks man. I'm still not sucking your cock, and you still have to pay me for the crack, but thanks.

Monkey said...

Dearest Jiggs,

Asses are made to bear, and so are you. Yond Calzone has a lean and hungry look, that he's mad, 'tis true, 'tis true 'tis pity.

Thy countenance so oddly familiar, appearing in darkness upon my blog. Come, let's away to prison; We two alone will sing.

Thank you kind Jiggs! My words fly up, my thoughts remain below. I know not how to thank you, but to say "Shite! I pinched a loaf in my backyard and then hurled the feces towards your visage."

Spinning Girl said...

Oh my, what is going on over here?!?!?!?

Monkey said...

Hi Spinning Girl ~
Welcome to our secret tree house! Watch out for the turds and piles on the floor. It's a little dirty in here.

Melliferous Pants said...

I am impressed that you worked ‘anachronism’ into your poo definition.

jiggs said...

Aww Calzone, you know I don't mind paying for the crack.

Monkey, I don't even understand your post. You're using a whole lot of crazy words! Are those Canadian English?

Pants: I wish I had spelled anachronism right, though.

Monkey said...

Sorry about that Jiggs. It was the meds. I'm not sure if I was speaking Romulan or Klingon. I have no clue.

Fred said...

"Shite" is an English word. like tea, and crumpets.

Melliferous Pants said...

Tea and crumpets are made from SHITE? Oh dear.

Fred said...

goddamm you'd think people who write blogs would be able to read properly. but alas.

Monkey said...

Fred, I looooove the word "shite" and I procured it for my own use, here in the States, many moons ago. Hope you don't have a trademark patent pending on it, or something.