Leapards and Bears and Gorillas. OH MY!

So, needless to say, i’ve been spending a not insignificant amount of time with the good Dr. And, in the time, i’ve been exploring the claw grabby stuffed animal machines. So, on night, I won her a zebra from madagascar. We haven’t named him yet. Then I was in the process of tying to win a monkey, which i was denied due to a lion. At the same time the good Dr. rescued a leopard from capativity. It was later that we discovered that this was, in fact, an Anal Leopard, as his butt is stuck in the air whenever you put him down feet first. So, that’s his new name. The Anal Leopard. Then, whilst at the Red Rooster Antique Shop, i got her a gorilla. It is a vintage 1980 something gorilla. He has a name as well. You must always say this name with a bad british accent. His name is Cecil. He is: Cecil, the office gorilla. And then, we gained not one, but two things we thought were monkeys. Monkeys, being totally awesome, had to happen. First monkey, first try. No problems. Second monkey required me to spend about 4 dollars and break a 5 spot. It was worth it though. It was a mate to the first one. Well, upon further inspection, it was decided that they were, in fact, bears. So, we named the first one monkey. Full name: Bear Named Monkey. The second one has yet to be named. So it is just known as Baby Bear ******-Moore. At least for the time being.

June 2nd, 2005 | Blog


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I like the word menagerie.

Comment by everk — June 19, 2005 @ 12:37 am

*chuckle* Too cute.
I love the claw machines myself. Addictive little things. Bastards, they are. For who really needs all these things we grab at? We grab them anyway, don’t we? And now you have a whole menagerie!

Comment by Lafay — June 6, 2005 @ 8:12 pm

I do like that name!

Comment by *not* kelly — June 5, 2005 @ 5:27 am

Fatima. That shall be the name of the bear in my care.

Comment by Rook — June 4, 2005 @ 4:08 am

Blog of consciousness.

Comment by *NOT* Kelly — June 4, 2005 @ 4:03 am


I Bear

And I’m spent.

Comment by Karen — June 2, 2005 @ 11:53 pm