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Anyone wanna give a monkey a ride????

If you have a monkey and no sailboat and want to take your monkey sailing call this guy feel free to comment
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Funny and a bit odd!

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Sure...I have a rather large monkey...a 650 lb Gorilla that just LOVES sailboats and sailboat owners! Picks the owners bits out of his teeth with an old racoon peni$ bone he once ate. I've accumulated and had to abandon over 20 boats since I've owned 'TINY' (he makes a HUGH mess after digestion), but never a bluewater version. Think I'll give him a call....
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So your in for it?????

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Nah...it was just a thought. Sounds like some creepy code for something even more creepy. Beside, I'd have to kill Tiny after his meal to avoid the mess so I could enjoy the boat!
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I like monkeys.........

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Touch my monkey!



Touch him! Love him!


He is smitten with you, I can tell.

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