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Archive for August, 2012

Competition – Where’s Monkey?

Well tonight was the deadline for all the entries in our current “Where’s Monkey?” competition and the judges was busy sifting through all the entries for the competition winner.

Before we announce the winner, we will tell you the answer to the current “Where’s Monkey?” photograph.

It is icy here but this spa will heat our wee monkey up – but where is he?

We can now tell you, where is our wee monkey!

WOOHOO

Our wee monkey was at the Blue Lagoon resort in Iceland.

Read about our wee monkey adventures in Iceland here:

https://britisharmysgtmonkey.wordpress.com/category/travel/iceland/

Congratulations to all of those with the correct answer.

The winner is….

um….

er….

no one!

As no one bothered to enter the competition.

Perhaps the competition photograph was too hard for you all, so we are repeating the competition with an easier photograph.

All you have to do to win this competition prize is to guess where is Sgt. Monkey in our photograph below:

Our wee monkey is at the top of the world – but where is he?

The winner of our competition will receive a email “signed” photograph of our wee cuddly toy monkey.

Please leave your answer as an comment and the judges will reveal the answer and the winner on October 31st 2012.

The winner will then be sent the “signed” photograph of our wee monkey. A prize surely worth winning.

So get guessing and all the best of luck.

The webmaster team

N.B. A clue to the place and country of this photograph can be found on one of our wee monkey previous travel blogs.

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Competition – Where’s Monkey?

A quick reminder that the deadline for entry into the current “Where’s Monkey” competition is August 31st 2012.

All you have to do is to guess where is our wee cuddly toy monkey is in this photograph:

It is icy here but this spa will heat our wee monkey up – but where is he?

If you think you know the answer and have not entered yet, then please see the link below for the full competition details:

https://britisharmysgtmonkey.wordpress.com/2012/07/01/competition-wheres-monkey-3/

So get guessing and all the best of luck.

The webmaster team

N.B. A clue to the place and country of this photograph can be found on one of our wee monkey previous travel blogs.


The OFFICAL Sgt. Monkey website one year anniversary celebrations

On Saturday 4th August 2012 – the OFFICAL Sgt. Monkey website became one year old. YES we kept the website in business for one year.

In the website we told you of our wee cuddly toy monkey adventures travelling the world, fighting for Queen and country, his Olympic Games dream, his political party campaign, his illness and his numerous sex scandals.

Over 16000 of you had log into our website to read our gossip and 43 of you are following our website via email.

Many of you have commented on our wee cuddly toy activities and those who gave bad comments had been executed by our complaints investigation team.

We had competitions and some of you had won amazing prizes.

Our wee cuddly toy was partying on Saturday night at the website offices.

Getting drunk….

The monkey got blind drunk and tried to pull our office secretary before vomiting in the back garden.

Monkey was sick in the garden….

Our wee monkey then spent the rest of the weekend in bed hungover. He failed to show up for work on Monday morning much to the annoyance of the Sergeant Major.

However, our wee monkey did say to us this morning that he thank all his fans who follows his website and he hopes that we will still have enough funds left to keep this website up and running for another twelve months.

The webmaster team


Monkey at the the London 2012 Olympics

Today was the final of the “Extra Super Skinny Lightweight” weightlifting contest.

I was representing Team GB in this event.

As the only cuddly toy entering the Olympics this year, I had no opponents! To win the Gold Medal, I just had to lift the 1.5 kgs weight.

With a week of intense training, I was confident that I could lift the 1.5 kgs weight and take the Olympic Gold Medal.

I was ready…. and on live TV.

The whole country was watching me.

I was about to lift this weight for the Olympic Gold Medal.

I gave my best but my best wasn’t good enough as I dropped the weights.

I dropped the weights!

The weights landed on top of my wee head.

I was hurt!

The Team GB vet assessed the bump to my head and sent me to bed to recover.

Poor monkey!

I was given a damp cloth to ease my bruise.

My Olympic dream was over – I failed!

On twitter I wrote to my fans:

“I came to the Olympics with all I had but my best was not enough. I am sorry to let you all down.”

– The End –