Friday, January 20, 2006

Business Cards

Here's how it all started: Monkey showed us his scrapbook on his blog. I was wild with envy impressed, and realized I had to get on the ball to get my scrapbook together. I casually mentioned my 2005 calendar. Monkey was taken aback that his humans hadn't yet gotten together a calendar for him, but wondered if I business cards. Um, of course, I said, just close your eyes for a few minutes while I rummage around and find them. While Monkey had his eyes closed, I found one business card in the boytom of my suitcase, printed a moment ago in the early days of Bradley Enterprises. Monkey then pointed out that I needed my photo on the cards. After some fiddling and strumming, I designed a whole new set of business cards, and voila, here they are:

Monkey, it's your turn now. I want to see those business cards, and maybe even appliqued sweatshirts with "Please send bananas. Thank you." under the pictures. All kidding aside, I'm sure you would make a tidy sum selling Monkey's Deep Thoughts™ CafePress or Spreadshirt items. The folks at the mighty Folkmanis empire would probably throw a fit. No one has a sense of humor anymore!


Yorkshire Pudding said...

Bradders - As a hard working high school teacher I find it hard to make time for blogging. Not all of us swing through the trees eating bananas all day you know! BUT I will blog this weekend just for you!

Brad the Gorilla said...

Mr. Pudding,
I don't swing through the trees eating bananas all day for two reasons:

1)Most of us gorillas are knuckle-walkers. We don't climb trees unless we're threatened or unless there is food at the top. Ohhhhh, food at the top...

2)While many of my relatives spend their days digesting food, I am quite busy with Bradley Enterprises. Take a card! You never know when you or someone you know might need the expert services of Bradley Enterprises.

That said, I can appreciate the fact that you are a hard-working high school teacher, and only wish for you to work harder! Ho ho. A lot of bloggers need a little jump-start every now and then, just so they are encouraged to keep blogging. When you know someone is reading, there's more incentive to blog.