3/16/2010 11:35am, #21
- Join Date
- Dec 2007
I was bitten by a monkey as a kid. I tried to take a picture with him but probably squeezed him a bit to hard.
I was also chewed by a lama.
3/16/2010 11:36am, #22
that does explain a few things.
3/16/2010 11:39am, #23
You know, I always find it odd when people freak out after getting jumped or approached by a monkey. When they're not hostile, they're very gentle. Feeding them is almost like feeding a 2 year old with territorrial issues. Even when they bite (at least playfully, or to warn you to stop doing something,) it's no more than a gentle nip.
3/16/2010 11:41am, #24
...until they decide to rip off your testicles and eat your face.
3/16/2010 11:44am, #25
You will walk away covered in cuts and bruises, and hep-c.
However, if there is anything to be learned from Travis, it's this.
For ****'s sake, don't give your monkey anti-depressants. It will backfire!!!
3/16/2010 11:45am, #26
- Join Date
- May 2002
That's fucking horrible. Thanks for ruining my day :(
Allow me to return the favor:
KosherKickboxer has t3h r34l chi sao
In De Janerio, in blackest night,
Luta Livre flees the fight,
Behold Maeda's sacred tights;
Beware my power... Blue Lantern's light!
3/16/2010 11:46am, #27Originally Posted by brak
3/16/2010 7:33pm, #28
As promised, here's what NOT to do when surrounded by monkeys.
Poor idiot gets swarmed at 0:50, when he manages to piss off the vast majority of the locals.
YouTube- Monkey Attack!
In that area (Phra Sam Yod, Lop Buri, if I am not mistaken,) the monkey police walk around with sticks. In local monkey culture, stick= pain + offense. The alpha male must have seen this idiot with a stick surrounded by his comrades, and decided to lead the charge.