Monday, March 7, 2016

A battle between man and beast over a motorcycle

Tremendously weird: Even if you do have a motorcycle, that doesn’t mean that an ape can take you out.

There is a definite level of style connected with riding a motorcycle that can't be imitated. It's not a competition; bikes and mopeds does not work that way, and when was the last time somebody moved up in a SUV and had his heads turning left and right? Your big bike isn't going to take along all the women to the yard, Craig. Unless you're pimpin' it in some variety of a hog rider, you should be walking according to the hip of the receptive youth.

One key you'd have to consider in case you're toying with venturing into the biker domain is safety. It may take a touch of work to get into a transport, yet your lovely Mitsubishi bike is out in the open with nothing to guard it from the nature (or hooligans). If ever that it rains, you're screwed. In the event that it snows, you're screwed. Additionally, if you were pondering, you are also screwed if a little monkey chooses himself to be the new legitimate owner of your prized possession.

"Do you have a knockout wish from an ape kiddo? You came to the exact place"

Even if this may appear like the aftereffect of drunk driving and lack of sleep combined, it's no illusion. This little gentleman is head over heels for the transport, and it doesn't appear as though he's going to give it without a fight. With his eyes on the prize and his heart on his sleeve, the monkey goes hard and fast just to ensure what he has quite recently chosen belongs to him.

Before you go wagering on the human in this fight since he's bigger, consider where this creature grew up: nature. His guardians were cracking monkeys, as well. They fight with different monkeys to compete for domain and assets on the everyday, so do you truly believe he's throwing in the towel without at any chance trying his hand at battle? Let the battle begin!

Wouldn't they be able to simply talk it out like Grown-ups do?

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