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lonlon-milker

Donkey kong has a lot of enemies on his own personal island and they always are after one thing. His bananas. But why would the kremlings or tikis go to so much trouble to get tropical fruits that go bad in a week? There is only one reason to keep them. Banana bread! Yup I did the math on this and I have a thoery that the DK crew are all in the family buisness of making banana bread (its probably the reason the great ape can have his own island).
Dk has a whole set up of how it all works.His bananas are grown in the tropical, beach, and forest areas. Then the kongs ceep the bananas in the snow world to ceep them from decomposing. Finally they are sent to the factory worlds where they are chemicly tested and proven sanitary, as well as mutated (and thats why we have giant kong bananas).
Every year there is a contest for the best bannana baked goods (held in the carnival world). With the kongs strategy they cant be beat and then the boatloads of prize money and ribbons just come to them (thats why they have DK coins). The group of apes are so rich they can even buy certain 64 bit consoles in a snes games. It seems like the Kongs have got it all but there is always trouble in paridise.
The kremlings and tikis (and the possibilities of certain monkeys in balls) are jelous and so they take the chance to break the law of DK island and go and just steal the bananas. Of course we all know what happens next (just play the donkey kong country games) and then the whole cicle starts over. now doesn't that make sense?

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lonlon-milker wrote:

Donkey kong has a lot of enemies on his own personal island and they always are after one thing. His bananas. But why would the kremlings or tikis go to so much trouble to get tropical fruits that go bad in a week? There is only one reason to keep them. Banana bread! Yup I did the math on this and I have a thoery that the DK crew are all in the family buisness of making banana bread (its probably the reason the great ape can have his own island).
Dk has a whole set up of how it all works.His bananas are grown in the tropical, beach, and forest areas. Then the kongs ceep the bananas in the snow world to ceep them from decomposing. Finally they are sent to the factory worlds where they are chemicly tested and proven sanitary, as well as mutated (and thats why we have giant kong bananas).
Every year there is a contest for the best bannana baked goods (held in the carnival world). With the kongs strategy they cant be beat and then the boatloads of prize money and ribbons just come to them (thats why they have DK coins). The group of apes are so rich they can even buy certain 64 bit consoles in a snes games. It seems like the Kongs have got it all but there is always trouble in paridise.
The kremlings and tikis (and the possibilities of certain monkeys in balls) are jelous and so they take the chance to break the law of DK island and go and just steal the bananas. Of course we all know what happens next (just play the donkey kong country games) and then the whole cicle starts over. now doesn't that make sense?

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Good theory, but can you forgot to mention that if you use golden bananas in the banana bread recipe, it makes gold bars. No wonder dk spent an entire game trying to reclaim them all.
Also, bananas come in 5 wonderful flavors and colors.

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Just let it happen.

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Punny

Seems logical enough. I can't argue with banana bread. Yummeh!

All that's left is to figure out a theory behind DK's swimming ability. He swam just fine before Donkey Kong Country Returns, but now he sinks like lead whenever he sets foot into water!

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PunnyGuy wrote:

Seems logical enough. I can't argue with banana bread. Yummeh!

All that's left is to figure out a theory behind DK's swimming ability. He swam just fine before Donkey Kong Country Returns, but now he sinks like lead whenever he sets foot into water!

He accidentally used a golden banana when making himself a delicious fruit-infused loaf of bread. Now, he's permanently got a giant lump of metal inside of him.

Just let it happen.

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HanuKwanzMasBif

lonlon-milker wrote:

Every year, there is a contest for the best banana baked goods (held in the carnival world). With the Kongs' strategy they can't be beat and then the boatloads of prize money and ribbons just come to them (thats why they have DK coins). The group of apes are so rich they can even buy certain 64 bit consoles in the SNES games. It seems like the Kongs have got it all but there is always trouble in paradise.

What 64 bit console? If you're talking about the N64, it was 32 bit (although it used two 32 bit processors, thus the name).

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Excellent. Two things that make no sense in one thread. Banana theory and rayword's request.

At least we're consolidating them now.

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RaylaxKai wrote:

Excellent. Two things that make no sense in one thread. Banana theory and rayword's request.

At least we're consolidating them now.

Actually, I find the banana theory about as viable as stem cell theory. The two are very closely related.
Kinda sorta.

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lonlon-milker wrote:

Donkey kong has a lot of enemies on his own personal island and they always are after one thing. His bananas. But why would the kremlings or tikis go to so much trouble to get tropical fruits that go bad in a week?

Some enemies just want to watch the world burn.

/theory

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