My name is of no importance, I live close to Ubud/Bali in the monkey forest. People pay to see and feed me. Some of them bring bananas. I hate bananas, every day bananas, who brought up this stereotype about all monkeys going bananas for bananas? Tell me, I want to kill him!
Listen, the interesting stuff is hidden in those weird things human beings like to carry around. They seem to come in all sorts, shapes and colors. Yes, those humans as well!
So I spend my time observing! Indeed, there is almost always something hidden in there, neatly packaged in this shiny, noisy papery colorful plastic…
I won’t tell you exactly how to get to those treats, but I give you a hint: go for the Ladies, the tiny Ladies, with their dark hair falling shiny on their shoulders and their sunglasses on their head. And you got to be quick, quick and feisty! Forget about cute! Cute won’t help you out!
And once you got this shiny package out of their carry-on-thingies, don’t shake it! Just bang both your hands against it at the same time, it will open at the bottom (while the Lady attached to the carry-on-thing is still screaming)!
And the stuff tastes good, salty, peanutty! Enjoy it, they won’t take it back from you, ignore those stares, you didn’t rob them, it’s their fault! I’ve seen this sign outside the entrance mentioning, not to open your strange carry-on-thing under any circumstances while in the monkey forest!
Dear visitor if you ignore this sign, you can as well do us a favor and ignore the bananas as well!
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