Thursday, July 26, 2012

Thursday's Monkey Butt: Odie

Hello and Happy Thursday my dear Dingleberries.  Welcome back to my weekly postings of Monkey Butts.  And for those pervs who come here for the butts alone, you'll be disappointed most weeks. Just sayin.  So a few weeks ago I ran dry on ideas and started asking you guys and gals, My favorite turds to send me ideas. Help me keep this Monkey Butt tradition alive.  And OMG I can't believe how many of you have pulled through for me, some of you gone above and beyond the call to help a Monkey Butt out.  For that I am so thankful. You've no idea how thankful I am!  I know we all hit our blocks at times, writers block or what have yous. I'm a pretty dedicated blogger and love my random babbles most of the time.  I hope you all enjoy as well, if not then you keep coming back for something.  Just means you like the abuse I guess.  Rock on.  I take what I can get.  So enough of me, let's move on to what we're all here to see. Shall we?

This week, let me start by sending bloggy loves to Odie, who sent me this awesomeness for this week. He's also sent me many many other monkeys for your viewing pleasure. You can see some of them on my facebook page and then of course we will also be sharing them here as well.  Stay tuned.  You are all awesome and I'm so thankful for everything you do for me. Got something to share, send it on over. I love to share ideas and pictures anything really.  Plus I give mad shout outs. Everyone likes new traffic or readers.  Or is that just a Monkey Butt favorite?!

Taken  straight from my inbox and shared with you we have ....

The amazing Monkey Orchid
(reads like what an announcer would say at the circus or a freak show)


These oh so lovely orchids come from SE Ecuadorian and Peruvian cloud forests. For those of you, myself included, that has no idea what the frak that is. It's a forest, high up on the mountains. They get a lot of water there and sadly from what I'm reading they're sparse. By the looks of the photo though, they do have some treasures.

Dracula Simia
It's scientific name given because of the two fang looking spurs.  Though it's face does more resemble a Monkey face. How cool is that?



So there ya  have it dear Dingleberries.  A Monkey Orchid, look how lovely it is.  Sadly us North American's won't see this thing in our back yard. which sucks, because I'd love to have a garden of this one. That's too bad.

A different kind of Monkey for you this week, but hope you all enjoyed it.  Don't forget to visit Odie , mad props for him for helping a Monkey Butt out this week.

So don't hesitate, you can help me out too!!  Email me your  ideas or pictures, whatever you got. I love them all, mind you it's a Monkey blog, so please make sure it's Monkey related. Shoot me an email, too busy to do the research yourself? Shoot me the idea.  Mad shout outs regardless
kcdoe27(at)hotmail(dot)com


Hang in there!

8 comments:

  1. Those are pretty dang neat. If you manage to smuggle some into the country, send some my way!

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  2. Those are pretty neat. Wonder if they throw poop at you when you walk past?

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  3. Very KooL! I get by with a little help from my friends! : )

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  4. Wow, I've never heard of that before! That is pretty amazing! Too bad you can't guy them in your local flower shop :)

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  5. Those are SOOOOOOO cool!!!! Do they eat bananas?

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  6. Wow, thanks for the plug my sweet and attractive friend. We monkey lovers have to stick together don't we?
    I call it fun and enjoy getting involved with you Doria. Have a great evening and sweet dreams tonight. Catch up with you on TGIF
    Odie

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