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Electric Gorilla

It's electric
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I don't want a electric mobility scooter.

Preferable option would be a 640 lb battery packed rechargeable knuckle walking/bipedal mechanized gorilla.

By engaging four limb knuckle walking drive I could saddle up and ride it to the shops.

It's a shame that there aren't more or any banana yellow electric street recharging stations.

skinflaps, May 18 2012

mysterious 12ft mechanical gorilla found dumped http://www.cambstim...hire_fens_1_1226126
..actually not dated 1/4/2012.. [not_morrison_rm, May 21 2012]


       even sillier than my ideas..worth a bun.
not_morrison_rm, May 18 2012

       Certainly seems like something for which there exists a high demand. [+]
xenzag, May 18 2012

       I am unsatisfied with the quality of my gorilla gelato.   

Alterother, May 18 2012

       I'd name mine Magilla, and treat it nicely. +
blissmiss, May 18 2012

       During certain weather conditions this could be adapted to fit fog lamps.   

       Electric Gorillas in the Mist.
skinflaps, May 18 2012

       "Where do you park a 300Kg electric gorilla? "
8th of 7, May 18 2012

       In a secure parking lot, or someone will definitely steal it.
UnaBubba, May 18 2012

       "Wherever you like"
FlyingToaster, May 18 2012

       Perhaps it could be programmed to climb into a tree and wait there until summoned by a remote control, or by the owner giving an appropriate 'Tarzan' yodel…   

       Since the gorilla will not have lights (except for the Bill Gates model, where a blinding light shines continouously from its rear), the rider should be prepared to don a fluorescent Orang jacket during the hours of darkness …
8th of 7, May 18 2012

       //programmed to climb into a tree// or grab the nearest female and climb up a building while you're in the store.
FlyingToaster, May 18 2012

       Strangely enough, Vernis Shackelford constructed a steam-powered rideable gorilla in the 1890s, and made quite a lot of money as a showman, working mainly in Devon and Cornwall. The apparatus was lost with the sinking of the Emphira in the Channel in 1896, after which Shackelford turned to drink.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 18 2012

       well, he had to din't he: the gorilla was his ride home.
FlyingToaster, May 18 2012

       And may the Lord have mercy on your soul (if any).
8th of 7, May 18 2012

       And on all our souls everywhere.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 18 2012

       "George Formby Grill"… someone should post that …
8th of 7, May 18 2012

       The George Formby Grill - it's leaner than the lampost on the corner of the street.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 18 2012

       Hydro poles take care of both recharging and parking.
FlyingToaster, May 20 2012

       Strange is truther than fiction...see link
not_morrison_rm, May 21 2012


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