Monkey see, monkey do? Stare at a chimp and he will earnestly stare back. Scratch your head and he will most likely scratch his. But don't be fooled, he really isn't all that smart. By Andrea Lord.
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Monkey see, monkey do, I used to want to be one, too. He doesn't have a bedtime. Bet he doesn't eat green beans! Monkeys get to play around the whole day long, it seems. He doesn't have to brush his teeth or have to comb his hair. If he had toys I'll bet his dad wouldn't make him have to share. Bet he doesn't 'scuse me' after each and every sneeze. And you won't hear him 'thank you' after.
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Monkey see: Monkey do: This monkey wanna play a game with you: Watch me close and you will see: You can be a monkey like me: Monkey: I lift my arm: Give myself a scratch: Pick out every bug: That I can catch: Scratch my head: Thinking what to do: Then sing a monkey song: A-hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo! Repeat Chorus: Pumbaa: (spoken) This is where you pretend to be a monkey. Just do everything Timon.
Q: How do you get an escaped lion back into his habitat? A: With a bargaining chimp. Q: What do you call a restaurant that throws food in your face? A: a Monkey Business. Q: How do you catch a monkey? A: Climb a tree and act like a banana! Q: What did the monkey say. When he slide down the flag pole? A: Goodness gracious great balls of fire.
Proved: Monkey see, monkey do. Life 5 September 2006 By Gaia Vince. A newborn macaque (less than 10 days old) imitates tongue protrusion (Image: Pier Ferrari) Monkeys “imitate with a purpose.