Project: Monkey Chow

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The New World Monkey Chow Diet -- an Experiment in Human Nutrition

Day 1:

It's been 24 hours now since I started the Monkey Chow diet. I observe no noticeable changes in my physical appearance or my emotional behavior.

I hope to accomplish three goals through this experiment.

1) Find out if man can indeed live on Monkey Chow alone.
2) Test the possibility of feeding the masses a nutritious, mass-processed, non-perishible food-stuff.
3) Test my endurance to release the ego by denying myself the frivolous pleasure of eating for an extended period of time.

eNtRopY
 

RuroumiKenshin

Entropy, sounds interesting. But, what in the world is this Monkey Chow you speak of?
 

Another God

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Is it all the monkeys which the Zoo's reject, chucked in a big blender, then distributed to the homeless as a nutritional suppliment?
 
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Originally posted by Another God
Is it all the monkeys which the Zoo's reject, chucked in a big blender, then distributed to the homeless as a nutritional suppliment?
Do you reckon that this is the ingredient that Pan was chucking into its supplements?

(Note: An in joke for all Australians).
 
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eNtRopY

Day 7

Damn, a pizza sure would taste good right now.

eNtRopY
 

BoulderHead

Is it working?
 

eNtRopY

Day 14

Note to self: Don't eat Monkey Chow in front of coworkers.

eNtRopY
 

eNtRopY

Day 15:

Ooh ooh ooh! Ahh ahh!

eNtRopY
 
I can't stand the pressure any more..... did the Monkey Chow stuff worked????:smile:
 

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