Borneo Gibbons have their own "Dating Website" desperate single humans are also invited!

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Wednesday, 9 December 2009

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Lonely Gibbon/Baboon waiting for a new partner, Internet mating can sometimes be a "Wanker"

A French biologist studying "funky Gibbon" behaviour has decided to set up a "Dating Website" for his subjects.

Scientific facts have proven that when male or female Gibbons are removed from their families and taken into captivity, their left-behind partners show signs of brooding and loneliness.

The French Biologist has now set up a contact website for all lonely Gibbons in Borneo so they can chat, meet and form new partnerships (Gibbons are very clever and have no problem surfing the internet and especialy love the Porn sites, wankers!).

The website is a resounding success and even lonely Borneo humans searching for a bit of love and affection are also participating.

The French biologist has vehemently warned all perverts wishing to have sexual contact with the gibbons that female gibbons turn very violent during copulation and they could end up being DICKLESS, OUCH!

Male Gibbons though tend to enjoy a bit of human "Pussy" on the side (especially those who like to "hole in one and live in the WOODS!")

The AUTHOR of this Spoof is also aware that if you pay PEANUTS YOU GET MONKEYS!

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