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Chicken Monkey Shoes?

Chicken monkeys are extinct now, but when I was young, the alpha male of our group would tell legends of the shod beasts; the powerful head and torso of an ape but the weak, frail legs and feet of a chicken. To support their top heavy bodies, they fashioned ingenious three pronged shoes out of bamboo. These shoes proved to be so useful at tidying up after oneself, they were universally adopted and renamed 'rakes'.

- This was a random question in my profile, and my answer was too long too fit. So what the hell...let's start a blog!
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