Happy Monkey

Happiness Defined

The Onion’s latest cartoon turkey, a cartoon squirrel, has been on the shelves for a couple of weeks, but it has yet to find a home on the Thanksgiving dinner table.

The cartoon squirrel is a turkey that’s been around for about 100 years, and it’s pretty cool.

But when I saw the cartoon turkey on sale in a grocery store, I knew that it would be an instant hit.

It’s actually not that different from the cartoon squirrel that you see on the supermarket shelves.

The squirrel has an antennae, it’s furry, and has a red tongue.

The squirrel’s a bit smaller and has its head a bit higher, but the cartoon has a much more sophisticated look.

I think it’s just a matter of taste and what’s trending,” said Tom Burdick, editor of the satirical news site.

He said the cartoon is an easy hit for a satirical publication because it’s not that serious.

I would have said that’s just another one of the satire magazines on the market, he said.

But I guess I was wrong.

The cartoon squirrel has gone viral and people are talking about it all over the country, even though I don’t think anyone saw it coming.

The cartoons on sale are a mix of real animals and cartoon animals.

I thought the turkey was pretty cool too, but they are all different animals.

The turkey, which sells for $2.99 at Walgreens and other chains, was purchased on a whim from a guy who was looking for a turkey.

The store bought it for $5.50, which is pretty low for a retail turkey.

The store did a quick inventory check and the turkey had the same name as the store’s other turkey.

That’s what people think it is, but that’s not how the turkey is actually marketed.

Walgreens is not saying why the turkey isn’t on the store shelves.