|Freeman Gordon - 2009-09-01 |
He obviously only cared about two things: giving hugs and food.
|dichotic1 - 2009-09-01 |
I truly expected this to end with the chimp biting that man's face off...I mean, did you even see how it just bit a whole in that watermelon?
|BillFisto - 2009-09-02 |
Five stars for Japan's constant innovative use of picture-in-picture technology to give us our crowd reactions AS things happen.
Light years ahead of America's Funniest Home Videos!
|twinkieafternoon - 2009-09-02 |
Long comment coming, but it never fails to impress me how intuitive and like humans chimps are. Not only did the chimp understand that what had happened was not normally what should happen, it even tried to understand or figure out a few tricks just to make sure. It tried to do the ear thing itself, it tried to make the guy redo the handkerchief by putting it back in his hand, that sort of thing.
When it realized he couldn't understand it (like the OJ), he hugged them, either to show gratitude for the fun or to go to "mommy" when something scared him.
So, "looking for the trap door" and "fearing the unknown" are both inherited from chimps. Fascinating.
|Cleaner82 - 2009-09-02 |
Hey, this is pretty cool. Wierd shit is going down, I'm periodically eating things, and I stole a guy's ear. Things are lookin' up.
|Cube - 2009-09-02 |
That's no chimp. It's Pan-Kun!
|phalsebob - 2009-09-02 |
He know that those sleeves might be involved in the shenanigans, he's just not sure exactly how.
If he ever learns how to make grapes appear from other chimp's ears, he will be forever known as the greatest wizard of their kind.
|Camonk - 2009-09-02 |
I was gonna make some really off-color jokes about chimp attacks and blood and screaming. But man that little dude just warmed my tiny black liberal commie nazi heart.
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