Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Craziest things

Ian, Bella and I went into Goodwill this afternoon because someone said they had a Leapster charger/battery. We were walking towards the back where they keep that stuff locked up and a lady walked by me and smiled at Bella (I was wearing her) and proceeded to rub her head. Please don't put your hands on my baby. I don't know you. Ugh.

That's not the craziest part though. She joined up with her friend and walked to the cashier. When the friend turned around, she had a monkey, an honest to God, live monkey in the cleavage of her shirt. O.M.G. It was really cute though. When I told dh, he said it must have been a very happy monkey. ;)

6 comments:

Holly said...

Are you sure it was a monkey and not a Kinkajou? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kinkajou

We were at a birthday party on Saturday, and this woman pulled one out of her shirt! I thought it was so cute until it kept pooping on her. YECK!!! Maybe it was the same women?

Karlise said...

Nope, it was a Marmoset. Someone even asked her if it was a monkey (and real) and she said yes.

Andrea said...

As cute as they are, they are some majorly dirty, nasty pets! I knew some people who had them as pets! I hope the friend wasn't touching the monkey before she rubbed Bella's head! LOL! Yuck! And for pete's sake, WHO takes a monkey into Goodwill? Don't most businesses have a "no pet" policy unless it's a guide animal. Was it a "guide" monkey? LOL...I believe they are usually only guide pets for quadraplegics or paraplegics though. They aren't the most reliable as guides for the blind! LOL!

Anonymous said...

LOL! People are crazy!
I hope you have given Bella a bath after that. Just in case.
Marta Davis.

Amanda said...

Oh my word! Why do people think they can just touch babies they don't know. It really upsets me when people touch babies hands or their face. If your going to touch them...touch their leg or foot. And a money in her shirt? Umm..yuck!

Melodie said...

I can't believe the nerve of some people! You don't touch a stranger's baby. I don't even touch babies I know without asking permission first. Geez!