Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Update regarding the future of The Monkey Tail

As you might have noticed, we have stopped publishing new content. This is due to the fact that we have decided to dedicate our time and effort on other projects, thus we will unfortunately be unable to update The Monkey Tail anymore.
We do however know that a lot of people still visit our site and read our old content - therefore we have accepted to let a third party company (InstaSnatcher) manage our hosting. They have offered to do it for free which we are very excited about. All our content will be available for future preservation and the site loading speed will probably be even faster than previously.
InstaSnatcher did not demand us to mention their sponsorship - they are paying for our hosting 100% voluntarily, however we would like to briefly introduce their services and talk about what they do as a token of our gratitude.
InstaSnatcher provides a free ad-supported online Instagram password hacker. Yup, that's right - they literally show people how to hack an Instagram account easily. While this topic might be controversial, rest assured that they donate most of their revenue to charity organizations as well as support older sites such as our site. The goal surely justifies the means in this case.
Anyways, it's been great running The Monkey Tail but all things must come to an end - take care and thanks for been a faithful reader over the years!

How to hack Facebook accounts without downloading anything

In such a scientifically progressed world, it is vital for you to ensure that your Facebook account is safe. This is because Facebook motivates its users to place quite a bit of personal information on their profiles. Even the most amateur hackers can readily hack into any given Facebook account these days. You must also remember the fact that your profile is readily accessible by your friends, and their friends as well. It is for reasons like these that you must protect your account against hackers.

You must keep your friend's list rather limited for which reason you must avert from adding strangers on to it.. Apart from that, take out time every now and then and review your friend's list simply to be sure that any strangers do not have the means to access it. Do not accept friend requests from strangers as there is a good chance that they're phishing sites trying to gain access to your personal information. To ensure that your internet browser's security features remain up-to-date, ensure that you update it every time that a new version is offered. Furthermore, you need to perform a virus scan on your computer system every so often to ensure your account's protection.

A substantial amount of vigilance is needed for you to stay safe against all hacking attempts. Nowadays there exists online Facebook hacking services such as the Blue Portal password hacker, which can penetrate pretty much any Facebook account. Before clicking on any links, make sure that you verify them You should remember that online hackers have the tendency to upload malicious code on the Facebook profiles they obtain access to, whereby the code duplicates itself by posting itself on to your wall. The process is then repeated once your friends click the link. Outside links are also utilized by online hackers so as to access different Facebook profiles Whenever you are in doubt about a weblink that asks you to sign in to Facebook, disregard it, go to Facebook.com and sign in from there Your password additionally needs to be strong, so complicate it a bit by using numbers, alphabets and even symbols Any apparent bits of information, such as your pet's name, must not be used as a password In addition, ensure that you access Facebook's Help Center to read up on the additional security features which have been created by Facebook.

If you need to access your account through a public computer, instead of making use of your password, obtain a one-time password from Facebook.com. The password that will be provided to you by Facebook.com will be applicable for about Twenty or so minutes. Also, check your login notifications to see whether somebody else signed in to your profile. You will basically be sent a notice by this feature each time a new device or computer system tries to access your account. You can even make use of an alternative of this particular feature called login approvals This delivers a secure code to your mobile phone when your account is accessed using a new device. There is also the secure browsing feature which will encrypt your details prior to posting it on the internet. To determine whether this feature is turned on or not, simply check the web address in the browser's address bar. If the web address starts with "https" rather than "http," secure browsing is turned on.

Attempting to keep your account secure will be extremely easy if you follow the measures stated above. Just pay close attention to the safety and privacy features of the site, and your account's safety is going to be guaranteed.

Friday, February 21, 2014

Down The Rabbit Hole We Go


Well, its confirmed.  On 11/02/2014, the monkeytail will apparently be used in future collaboration with hot cosplay chicks and LSD to  roam around Disneyworld freaking out children.  We are 90% sure Alice here really wanted David to sport some weird "furry" outfit with whiskers and all this upcoming November, but David had the balls to respond, "Honey, no whiskers! But how about I do this......"  BOOM.  Cheshire-Cat-Monkeytail crossover awesomeness.  

You sir, are a Pio-f*cking-neer!  By the way, what are the Powerball numbers that week?

These guys were also kind enough to send us a link to their YouTube video, but the audio really, really, sucks.  HOWEEEEEVVVVVER, if someone were to re-dubbs it (in any ridiculous way whatsoever), we will repost the shit out of that video.  Here's the original video.....




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Friday, February 14, 2014

Valentine's Day with Jeffrey



This is Jeffrey.  He need a Valentine.  He sent us a very heartfelt email and we felt it was best we posted it on Valentine's Day.  Hopefully we get some lovin' movin' in his direction.  

"Hi!
Here are some pics my mom took of my Monkeytail.  I live in Kitchener, Ontario.  I'm a little overweight but people don't notice because they're too busy being perplexed by my bizarre face.  I tell people that I wear it because it is proven that symmetrical faces are better looking than asymmetrical faces, and I am trying to make myself more approachable.  Do you find me paralyzingly good-looking? no you don't, and it is because of the monkeytail that you are comfortable talking to me.  People laugh at me more than with me.

Jeffrey"


Knock 'em dead, Jeffrey!!!

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Monday, February 10, 2014

Stefan and Tanya



This came from our new friends, Stefan and Tanya.   They are either a time-travelers who bring their monkey-tailed friends with them, world-travelers who bring their monkey-tailed friends with them, or a couple of drunks who are just very good at Photoshop and have a very large closet full of costumes.  We really, really want to believe it is the first options.  The world may never truly know the real answer, but at least is isn't a mostly naked dude standing in his still-foggy bathroom.



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Monday, February 3, 2014

This Must Be Way Off Putin's Radar


This is our Andre. He is sporting his Monkeytail in this "commercial" for The Russian Post. It's pretty erotic, but we are still hoping it gets aired during the Sochi Olympics.

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Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Ed


This is Ed.  You know how we know this is Ed?  It's right there, etched into his beer mug for everyone to see.  Also, Ed emailed us and introduced himself as Ed.  So, we are pretty confident this is, in fact, Ed.

We love seeing Ed get out there in his Monkeytail and show the ladies at the local saloon what an Alpha Monkey looks like.  He clearly exudes the masculine features known to produce bio-chemical responses in females, indicating Ed as a choice for reproduction from tens of thousands of years of biological evolution.

Go get 'em, Ed.

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Saturday, January 25, 2014

Accidentally Created a Monster ...and a New Group World Record

So, it's official.  We have created a monster.  We tried to ignore it. We tried to kill it.  We are part of it and it is part of us.  And we are Pio-f*cking-neers... together.  Maybe we'll finally get some "street-cred" in the "Bearding" "world".

Either way, and OFFICIAL(!!!) Guiness World Record Monkeytail gathering happened in Tel Aviv, Israel with 244 Monkeytails.  Your brothers at TheMonkeyTail.com salute you as we wipe tears of pride from our eyes.   [Sidenote: C'mon, 'Murica.  Get your shit together.  These awesome Israelis are making you look foolish.]

Looks like they even hired a graphic designer for the branding of their event.  That is literally all we can figure out from the Hebrew(?) when we tried to research their protomotional image.   Many props to the designer, Tamar.  Check out his Monkeytail work >> here.



We found a blog with some great pics of the event.  These guys know how to do it.


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Thursday, January 24, 2013

Headshot


You always know when a pro photographer submits a pic. We love it. Nice lighting, great focus, framed just right...and with a wardrobe. Beautiful! Thanks Mike!
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