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May 28, 2009


Scientists in Japan have created luminous designer monkeys.

(Thanks to Baron vonKlyff, who notes that Luminous Designer Monkeys would be a good etc.)

Update: Another story here.

(Thanks to nursecindy)


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Didn't they open for Lancelot Link and the Evolution Revolution?

I'm not certain I need a luminous monkey.

Cindy: "Now is the time on Shprockets vhen you can touch my green, glowing monkey..."

Luminous Designer Monkeys? Couldn't do a worse job than these guys.

Now, if we could hook them up to a Clapper, then we'd be all set.

Touch my luminous designer monkey.

Siouxie, you might have pointed out this technology is not new...

I saw the Fluorescent Monkeys open for the Psychedelic Furs.

Whenever I see luminous monkeys I know that it is time to put the bottle of rum back in the cabinet.

It's only a matter of time before Paris is selling them on QVC.

I think they're cute! Horace it would be worse if Vince sold them. Remember the 'Slap Chop' commercial? Linguini, martini, bikini... It would be 'monkey, chunky, funky... Come on folks I can't do this all day. You'll love their nuts. Oh yeah. *SMACKS* Allen.

Heh! Cindy said "nuts"!...

Yabbut the monkeys only glow under UV light. I'm waiting for Monkeys 2.0, which glow on their own, or maybe 3.0, the dimmable version. We need something to replace compact fluorescent lights with toxic mercury.

These are going to be a necessity at every Goth-themed party that features black light. They can also serve drinks without spilling.

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