(Don’t read this if the word ‘crackers’ annoys you. Smiley face.) Let me introduce you to Crackers and Baby Crackers. After a run to the supermarket, vetoing the predictable bananas Crackers creatively opted for … wait for it … crackers.
So she takes a packet and opens it with her human like hands. Seeing the delicious array of crackers on offer, she wastes no time and dives in with her mouth.
Baby Crackers, devoid of attention closes his eyes and has a little rest, while Crackers, realising there is an easier way to eat decides to hold the packet with his hand and take the crackers out with his hands. Such talent.
With the realisation there may be food to nibble instead of Crackers’ nipple, Baby Crackers wakes up a little as Crackers starts to put food in his mouth, whilst Crackers appears to be oblivious to the baby sat on him and puts a few crackers in his mouth – without sharing. That’s one hungry Crackers.
With Crackers not sharing her crackers with Baby Crackers, Baby decides to do some yoga on Crackers’ nipple.
With the crackers finished, Baby Crackers demands a little more attention, but adult Crackers is on the look out for more food, having half the recently devoured crackers stored in his cheeks. That’s still one hungry monkey …