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OMG - too funny!



I really wonder though - where do apple trees and monkeys co-exist?
 
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I wish I knew what it said in its original form, if you know what I mean...
Anyone here able to translate Korean?
Or maybe they all just poohed together?
The illustrations certainly make it hard to argue that a bunch of dodgy permies got the wrong end of the stick.
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You know the first thing I thought....well OK, the SECOND thing I thought (after "where do monkeys and apples co-exist)? I wondered if the poop depicted was accurate for the type of animal. Yep. That's what I thought. Twisted.
 
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I'll never think of Winnie-the-pooh in the same light again. LOL
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The mouse looks like he's pretty worried about the bear. And the rabbit seems a little too happy. The raccoon looks like he'd rather be doing something else, but feels obligated. LOL

 
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Craig Dobbelyu wrote:The mouse looks like he's pretty worried about the bear. And the rabbit seems a little too happy. The raccoon looks like he'd rather be doing something else, but feels obligated. LOL



But look how happy the tree looks!
 
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