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    Quote Originally Posted by ChuckWepner View Post
    Are humanzees native to Sweden?
    Nay comrade. Russia. Hence ABBA big hit.
    Many faux Americanness.
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    Kama Sutra blue belt.

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    I used to **** guys like you in prison.
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    Dude I kill people for a fucking living.

    Dipshit

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    Chung-i Hung-en, a disciple of Ma-tsu, was once asked by Yang-shan:

    "How can one see into one's self-nature?"

    Chung-i said "It is like a cage with six windows, and there is in it a monkey. When someone calls at the east window 'O monkey' he answers. At the other windows the same response is obtained."

    Yang-shan thanked him for the instruction, and said: "Your instructive simile is quite intelligible, but there is one thing on which I wish to be enlightened. If the inside monkey is asleep, tired out, what happens when the outside one comes to interview it?"

    Chung-i got down from his straw seat and taking Yang-shan's arm began to dance, saying: "O monkey, O monkey, my interview with you is finished. It is like an animalcule making its nest among the eyebrows of a mosquito: it comes out at the street crossing and makes a loud cry: 'Wide is the land, few are the people, and one rarely meets friends!' "

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    Quote Originally Posted by W. Rabbit View Post
    Chung-i got down from his straw seat and taking Yang-shan's arm began to dance, saying: "O monkey, O monkey, my interview with you is finished. It is like an animalcule making its nest among the eyebrows of a mosquito: it comes out at the street crossing and makes a loud cry: 'Wide is the land, few are the people, and one rarely meets friends!' "
    When we are done pondering (or perhaps learning that we shouldn't be pondering? -- do you offer commentary, Rabbit?) this, more primating in song form.

    Jonathan Coulton and friends doing "My Monkey."



    Jonathan Coulton again with the incredibly catchy "Code Monkey" (part of which was the theme song for the short-lived animated TV show by that name).



    And a horrible, NSFW song "Everyone Does" by Brooke Candy.


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    do you offer commentary, Rabbit?)
    Code monkey get up, get coffee. Code monkey go to job.

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    This glottal stops with extra gnar are kinda monkeyish in this one:



    They made a cool album with a new sound, then they ruined everything by shoehorning dubstep into their songs like every other asshole.

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    Damn it I was hoping no one else had grabbed that low hanging fruit I was excited to get through 4 pages and see no one had already beat me to it then there you are.

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    Sorry if this has already been posted. I can't see teh you tube

    http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMTE0MjI1MjA4.html

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