Find The Monkey Win $500....

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The first person to post in this thread telling me where the Monkey is wins $500....

It has to be the "correct" monkey. You'll just have to take your chances on which one is the correct one :-)


#internet marketing #$500 #find #monkey #win
  • Profile picture of the author Jose Delgado
    on the cigar in your avatar


    gone to cuba.
    • Profile picture of the author admin
      Damn do you live here Jose?


      Good grief this was a terrible one...I'll have to get better.

      PM me your paypal email... :-)

    • Profile picture of the author Mark McWilliams
      Originally Posted by Jose Delgado View Post

      on the cigar in your avatar


      gone to cuba.
      Thinks to himself, were the 'ell was he when he could have banked $500!

      He now asks Allen when he is going to do another crazy competition!

      (BTW...That would have been my answer just like Jose said!)

      Looks like I better stay here, for some time yet!

  • Profile picture of the author Tim Franklin
    Wow that was interesting,

    I would not have caught that one, except I did notice a different avatar, but without, bifocals, I would never have seen that, LOL,

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