Funky Monkeys



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1. I’ll just say that’s neat to put a monkey in overalls. Adorable. But now that’s out of the way I can go back to calling you both assholes. There is one accessory dumber than a fannypack in Walmart and that is a damn monkey. Get them out of the store. I don’t like poop and bugs next to my deli meats or anything else for that matter.

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  1. darren

    Sigh makes me wonder if they have real children
    and if not thank heaven.

    As for the one on the left ….I guess monkey poop makes a great hair conditoner

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    August 22nd, 2013

  2. Chinamart

    Attention who.res.

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    August 22nd, 2013

  3. buttercup

    I couldn’t have put it better than what the caption contained! Animals do NOT need to be in and around food. There’s a reason for the laws that state that. But there are always those who like to skirt the system and take advantage of a law that allows service dogs for those who really do need them. Guess there will always be clods.

    If they are so insistent on showing off their animal in a store…why not take them to Petsmart? Oh, yeah…there are other animals there that will steal their thunder.

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    August 22nd, 2013

  4. B O B Bob

    Another example that Walmart doesn’t give a darn about who or what comes into their stores, just as long as they make money.

    Now you would think by now with all the pictures on this web site with animals in their stores that someone? at Walmart corporate would get the message and make an effort to correct this and tell the local store managers you need to enforce some rules in your store, Number one would be that it includes NO PETS IN STORE . And number two: a dress code. and then stick to it for heavens sake. I’m done, I’m stepping down from my soap box.

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    August 22nd, 2013

  5. Senior

    @ B O B BOB I stopped shopping Wallyweird a long time ago for just the reasons you posted, starting at the door with the filthy, nasty, dirty shopping carts that I won’t even touch much less put my grocery’s in one. I agree with corporate not giving 2 _____, all that matters is bottom line . . . and I know my money will spend just as well in ANY other store but here.

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    August 22nd, 2013

  6. SFCRetired

    Agree with all that is said here, but must point out that there are monkeys who are, in fact, legitimate service animals. Still don’t want the nasty things around my food. The monkeys, either.

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    August 22nd, 2013

  7. Jen

    Stop monkeying around and get your shopping done.

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    August 22nd, 2013

  8. Red Raider

    Give them a glass of anti freeze

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    August 22nd, 2013

  9. Barker62

    IF they are legit service animals, SHOW ME THE PAPERWORK! Otherwise, that monkey becomes target practice.

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    August 22nd, 2013

  10. MasterBaiter

    Agree the animals should be banned but I can’t be too harsh on the ladies because they are both quite doable. Esp the one on the right- damn cute actually.

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    August 22nd, 2013

  11. Joey BadaBing

    “Have MONKEY”

    “Will Spank for Food”

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    August 23rd, 2013

  12. Rincewind

    Who shops for FOOD at Wallyworld anyway?

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    August 23rd, 2013

  13. Ted C

    “Who shops for FOOD at Wallyworld anyway?” (RINCEWORLD)

    I do.

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    August 23rd, 2013

  14. nano

    I don’t eventhink Deiter from Sprockets approves of this.

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    August 23rd, 2013

  15. lamont

    According to door greeter CBL’s only door greeters and store management can ask about if the animal is a service animal. As a door greeter I have told customers that their “pets” are not allowed inside the store before. That does not stop those that come in the door I am not working from bringing them in.I would have definitely asked to see their monkeys paperwork if it was a service animal. As far as dirty disgusting carts, how would you handle it when the customers leave their un eaten food, and trash in the cart for the next customer to use? We have sanitizer wipes out so they can clean the handles and seat or what ever else they want to clean

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    August 24th, 2013

  16. CurvySAT

    To anyone interested in the “service animal” designation:
    The US actually updated the ADA in 2010 so that the term “service animal” was more specific (not as broad). Now, according to the ADA (federal law), public access is only granted to service DOGS who can do things such as guiding the blind, alerting the deaf, pulling a wheelchair, picking up objects from the ground to give to their master, alert someone when it is time to take medication (ex. a service dog can smell a chemical change in the body indicating a diabetic experiencing a sugar high/low and alert the diabetic before they go into a diabetic coma, etc).
    Furthermore, the work a service dog does must be DIRECTLY related to the specific disability that dog is trained to mitigate. So if I (a complete paraplegic) were to get a service dog, it would need to address needs related to my spinal cord injury, not ONLY be a guide dog. Since I am not blind a guide dog would not be of use to me, but a dog who could help pull my wheelchair, pick up dropped items from the floor, pull clean clothes out of the drier, etc.
    A dog who is not used to mitigate the effects of a specific illness or injury would be considered a “pet” or possibly a “therapy dog”. The changes to the ADA in 2010 did not affect the definition of a service animal when it comes to the Fair Housing Act or the Air Carrier Access Act, it only refined the definition in the ADA to be a service DOG instead of service ANIMAL.
    Hope that helps to clear up any confusion. In the case of this post, those monkeys would most definitely NOT be covered by the ADA since they are not dogs.

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    August 25th, 2013

  17. McFly

    I’d rather deal with these monkeys than with the nappy headed human ones at our Walmart. They walk around smelling like old fish grease, with the waist of their pants down to their knees. They order fried chicken from the deli and walk around the store eating it and then wipe their greasy monkey fingers on the carts and displays. They come in carrying I-Phones and have their nails and hair done but they’re paying for all the food in the cart with food stamps and their bastard children are running around looking like dusty little niglets.

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    August 27th, 2013

  18. Humor_Me

    There are service monkeys, but they are IN HOME ONLY. If I saw that thing in ANY store, I would have my phone out and my first call would be to the police, the second would be to the health department, and the third would be to the USDA inspectors. They could shut down Wal-Mart for this.

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    August 27th, 2013

  19. No name

    That monkey is so adorable but how was he allowed in Walmart, is she blind and he is her guider?

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    August 28th, 2013

  20. No name

    RINCEWOOD assuming Wally World is Walmart, most of the stuff there IS food

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    August 28th, 2013

  21. Zombiepaws

    Monkeys are not recognized as service animals under the ADA. So they are most definitely not allowed in stores.

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    September 6th, 2013

  22. monkeys are service animals

    not every one can have a dog or cat. the law protects any ANIMAL that is registered as a service animal OR emotional support animal.

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    April 9th, 2014

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