February82014
"Everybody’s Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey"
This fine example of indigenous Chinese folk arts was exported by the Nanjing Nubbin for the exclusive use and enjoyment of the Uncanny Daddalo.  This sort of art is created by painting the appropriate surface areas of the base monkey with a seafood paste that is irresistable to marine mollusks.  The work-in-progress is then submerged in native waters that are infested with tiny mollusks.  The thoroughly satisfying results are displayed here.  The Mollusk-Shell-Encrusted Monkey genre is a worthy successor to the genre of the Chia Pet.  Ironically, one of Buffalo Annie’s earliest scientific illustrations was published in The Mollusca.

"Everybody’s Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey"
This fine example of indigenous Chinese folk arts was exported by the Nanjing Nubbin for the exclusive use and enjoyment of the Uncanny Daddalo. This sort of art is created by painting the appropriate surface areas of the base monkey with a seafood paste that is irresistable to marine mollusks. The work-in-progress is then submerged in native waters that are infested with tiny mollusks. The thoroughly satisfying results are displayed here. The Mollusk-Shell-Encrusted Monkey genre is a worthy successor to the genre of the Chia Pet. Ironically, one of Buffalo Annie’s earliest scientific illustrations was published in The Mollusca.

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