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I've said it before, I'll say it again: "Pure Chimp" would be a FABULOUS name for a band.
By the way, I got five bucks that sez "Inga Wong" and "Yag" are the same person. Any takers?
Actually FFC, I had a mild case of leprosy and took just a few drops of pure chimp (I used my juicer) and after only 2 hours it was completely gone.
"Chimp Juice" could be the title of Pure Chimp's debut album.
Imagine the album cover possibilities!!
...no, wait, maybe we'd better not. Eeeeeewwwwwwwww
What about Monkey brains? Or The Monkey's Paw? These are all real references right?
My kids love that "chilled monkey brains" dinner scene in "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom."
I think I was about 15 when that one came out. It was my least favorite due to the scene where the guy reaches in the chest of the other guy and pulls out his heart. It was a little too disturbing for me.
I saw it in the movies when I was about 14 and yeah, it was pretty hardcore for the time. I seem to remember the uproar over the heart-ripping scene went a long way towards the creation of the PG-13 rating.
I thought my kids would be grossed out by it, but they thought the dinner scene was hilarious, and they didn't bat an eyelash at the "heart" scene. (I believe one of them even commented how "fake" it looked.) Kids today must have a sicker sense of humor than we did at that age.
Honey, fructose, or maple syrup are forms of sugar. And xylitol is a sugar alcohol produced artificially and so not so wholesome.
How about Chimp Juice? Would that be "wholesome?"
What does that have to do with Indiana Jones? lol
Okay, not to be the grammar police, but the word is "regimen."
That is all.
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