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Gorilla Caretakers Sueing Foundation...

WOODSIDE, Calif. -- Two fired caretakers for Koko, the world-famous sign-language-speaking gorilla, have sued their former bosses, claiming they were pressured to expose their breasts as a way of bonding with the 300-pound simian.


Hmmmmmm. Something wrong here.


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Will Koko be

called as a witness?Wink

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Sure why not

If I was the Gorilla I would protest. Course I'm a male. Grin


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(NT) (NT) Correction..I meant would'nt.
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(NT) (NT) I was beginning to wonder.;-)
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(NT) (NT) {Guffaw!} :-)
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(NT) (NT) (Grin) :D
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so let me get this straight...

First we had some fabulous penguins, and now a gorilla grl with a nipple fetish... This intelligent design in the animal kingdom (where they presumably don't have "free will" to choose such a sinful lifestyle) is getting more interesting all the time...


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They can most likely prove

in court, that a woman exposing her breasts will cause bonding with most men and some woman Happy

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I could use a little bonding too. I was born during the depression, no formulars and there seems to be a little attraction there.


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(NT) (NT) Surely there's a sign for "No, I don't want to." -- Rob
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(NT) (NT) LMAO! :-)

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