Monday, September 16, 2013
Public Service Announcement.....
Don't let that coquettish and demure look fool you, behind those seductive eyes
lies Danger and Disease! Because of it's tropical-like climate, Florida seems to be
the breeding ground for some unwanted foreign invaders. First it was the Burmese
Python, then it was the Cuban Tree Frog, now it's the Rhesus Monkey (Macaca Mulatta)!
Oh they seem harmless and cute, but of the 1000 or more feral monkeys living in
the Sunshine State, most are infected by the Herpes B Virus.
So if you are in a bar, or sitting in a park minding your own business, and one of these
furry little sluts cozies up next to you and tries to engage you in a little Crazy Monkey Love,
kindly thank them, give em a peanut or a banana, then move on. They Are Trouble!!
If you are Simian-Curious and/or from Possom Hollow West Virginia, always wear
a condom! (Herpes can also be spread through oral sex as well)
This Public Service Announcement was brought to you by Trojan...
(Don't be a Fool, Vulcanize that tool)
(No Glove...No Love!!)