If you feel partially dead inside, it may well be because you do not have Sound Activated Mini Dancing Monkeys atop your desk. The rather self-explanatory title of these little critters leaves nothing to the imagination, but if you are still in some doubt about what they do; they are plastic toys, fashioned like monkeys that dance upon sound activation.At $3.30 for a set of three, you can have Bubbles and his buddies rocking along in unison to your favourite Pussycat Dolls track, whilst you ponder on life's intricacies. If that does not give you the feeling of fulfillment you seek, nothing can help you. Probably because you're a failed pop star who sung crap songs, who then put on a ton of weight, making it look like you forgot to take a crap for three years, and then you decided to shave your head so it resembled a piece of crap. If you fit the above bill and you tend to be a crap driver, crashing into stationary objects, not even sound activated dancing monkeys can save you. Here's a tip; stop with all the crapness. [Product Page via Technabob]
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