Getting My Sock Money To Work

If you’ve ever been to an establishment and noticed the cashier’s sweaty body, you’re aware of how uncomfortable that is. The sexy lingo behind “No Sweaty Boob or Sock Money” however, is a clever and humorous explanation. This phrase refers to a short stocking. The word “sock away,” refers to putting money into an account in a stocking.

The idea of a stuffed monkey came from the Victorian Age, and the sock monkey has been an icon of American popular culture for over a century. Sock monkeys are comprised of a pair of socks and are often shaped into animals. They can be worn on the feet or strung on strings. These fun toys are popular with children and adults of all different ages. Sock monkeys can sing too!

The state animal that is officially recognized in Illinois is the sock monkey. John Nelson, who accidentally adopted two monkeys from an antique market in 1857 was the first person to popularize the sock monkey. The name of the sock monkey was changed to fit into an exhibit devoted to monkeys that were stuffed. The museum has been open to the public since then. The gift shop and museum are open through the winter season. They will close on April 15th. The museum has more than 21,000 sock monkeys. Admission is free, and a percentage of the profits go to Chimp Sanctuary Northwest.

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