Mean Monkey Monday 7

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35 Responses to “Mean Monkey Monday 7”

  1. lava says:

    Am I the only one that thinks she looks like she is about to punch that ape in the face?

  2. holtt says:

    I am waiting for the “Valley of the Bonobos” cover.

  3. Rich Keller says:

    Yeah, the ape doesn’t seem very natural to me. I was checking to see if the publishing date was January 31st – National Gorilla Suit Day.

  4. DeWynken says:

    She looks down for some hot monkey luvin. I mean..just look at it.

    • Cowicide says:

      right hand say no. left hand say yes. monkey confused.

    • bob d says:

      Yeah, so which article matches the cover? “The Women who Raffle their Love”? Or “Sex on the Silver Screen”? After all, that doesn’t look like a gorilla so much as an illustration of a gorilla costume…

      • Anonymous says:

        “The Treasure That’s Yours For The Taking”

        I’m starting to think that monkeys were the intended audience for all of these magazines.

      • Prufrock451 says:

        I’m betting she’s the woman who laughed her way to murder. “Hey, Frank, put on this gorilla costume and pretend you’re carrying me into the jungle! I’ll scream and boy, won’t Willie be shocked?”

  5. Anonymous says:

    The monkey looks more happy than mean; she looks intrigued.

  6. Nash Rambler says:

    Let’s see if all the elements are present. Heaving bosoms, check. Angry simian, check. Bare-chested he-man in mid-stride, wielding a weapon, check. Scratch marks/terrified expression on woman to show monkey(s) mean business? Hmmm, curiously absent. It could be that this monkey is not in fact mean, but merely helping the damsel over a muddy puddle or something.

  7. Grabcocque says:

    She doesn’t look especially unhappy.

    But then again, her boyfriend looks like a bit of a dick. Maybe it makes sense to go with the mean monkey.

  8. Mitch says:

    The scene almost always includes “her heaving bosom” an Mean Monkey Monday. October 18 and November 8 have the same model. Who could she be?

  9. Anonymous says:

    Perhaps you-all are too young, or too optimistic, to recall what the hateful bigoted symbolism clearly implied at that time was? Deny it at your leisure, but i was there then.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Okay, my native land is the jungle.
    I visited America, but the visit was not fortuitous to me, but the
    implication is that it was to somebody else. When I went from the
    jungle to America, did I go by boat?
    Bridget von Hammersmark: Yes.
    Major Dieter Hellstrom: Did I go against my will?
    Bridget von Hammersmark: Yes.
    Major Dieter Hellstrom: On this boat ride, was I in chains?
    Bridget von Hammersmark: Yes.
    Major Dieter Hellstrom: When I arrived in America, was I displayed in
    chains?
    Bridget von Hammersmark: Yes!
    Major Dieter Hellstrom: Am I the story of the negro in America?
    Cpl. Wilhelm Wicki: No.
    Major Dieter Hellstrom: Well, then, I must be King Kong.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Is it just me or does that woman very strongly resemble Bridget Bardot?

  12. pjcamp says:

    Either she’s like 50 feet tall or the guy in the hat is 6 inches.

  13. Matt Staggs says:

    If there’s anything to be inferred from the woman’s expression then we may need to re-title this post “Merry Monkey Monday.”

  14. Anonymous says:

    That poor blouse is only being held in place by a pair of desperate nipples.

    And what gives with the guys in the back? The last guy stopped to put his shirt and pith helmet on? He just isn’t a team player.

  15. semiotix says:

    Raffle prostitution just sounds so lighthearted and whimsical. This is the best church picnic/PTA social/high school band fundraiser ever!

    • Donald Petersen says:

      Lucrative, sure, but as the illustration makes plain, the cheerleaders need to remember that the winning ticket takes all, whether it’s held by the hoped-for shirtless B.M.O.C. Biff Biathlon, or a lucky AV Club President like Joe Young, here.

      That’s how a raffle works, sweetheart. You wanna go to cheer camp or not?

  16. sapere_aude says:

    She certainly doesn’t look at all frightened. The clinched fist says “no”; but the facial expression says, “I want to see how this plays out.”

    Or maybe that’s not really a clinched fist. Maybe she’s a time traveler with a cell phone.

  17. Anonymous says:

    That woman’s cleavage is defying gravity!

    Love it, Mark, keep ‘em coming.

  18. deadsquid says:

    mean monkey has his own gravity field, it seems.

  19. voiceinthedistance says:

    I’m a little disturbed by the fact that we haven’t seen this cover posted before. You should warn us before posting fresh monkey content.

  20. Mitch says:

    Christ, what an asshole.

  21. Mitch says:

    Hey moderator, checking the comments for a match on a regular expression like /http:\/\/www[\s\S]+(?:.+\$\x20?\d{1,2}\r\n{3}/
    (URL followed by 3 or more dollar amounts at the end of a line)
    would catch the spam without catching legitimate comments.

  22. Anonymous says:

    Well, Mitch, that would work for a couple of hours. Spam evolves faster than robotic spam filters, and always has. This is because spammers can actually read, believe it or not, so they know whenever a new filtering technique gets implemented.

    Now, then, the current BB crowdsourced spam handling system, where you, the BB user, click on the little exclamation mark next to the post to report spam (instead of posting replies to it)… that system can’t ever be fooled by spammers.

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