Actually, he got the singlet as well, but he wears that only on special occasions.
One day Chris walked into the Ubud Monkey Forest and was attacked by a bunch of savage monkeys. They made false assumptions about Chris and assumed because of the length of his hair that he had pot on him. During the lengthy drug bust, the monkeys and Chris came to respect each other.
So they made Chris their monkey king. It worked out well. The monkeys needed a leader, direction, and someone to amuse them. Chris just needed some ambition and a bunch of stories to tell. And maybe you (as the third party observer), want to read a blog
that could be described as a “not quite logical FICTIONAL travel blog”.
THE PERSON BEHIND THE TITLE:
Chris Burns (Monkey King) was born into wealth and a little prestige, and traits like creativity and artistry were ignored. This blog goes against everything taught in his upbringing – but you can’t have a monkey king without some form of rebellion.
The Monkey King usually writes three blog posts a week – filled with a range of topics like journal entries, observations about his monkey citizens, interviews with his monkeys, and the tragic stories about the women he has loved.
“All Hail the Monkey King is the most creative, hysterically absurdist and bizarrely remarkable blog I have read. The cast of zany characters never fails to make me laugh. It gives me creepy nightmares – I love it.” – TM Bishop (NZ comedian).
“This very awesome, Chris. If I knew how to type (in) wookie I would type the glllrrrr gllllrr.” – Aspiring Australian author.
“You, my friend, are a gifted genius. Or a super-villain. Either way, you rule.” – Canadian WordPress blogger.
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