The Chipettes

How did I never know till now that Alvin & the Chipmunks had female analogues in The Chipettes? Here, they sing one of my favorite songs--and I don't half mind their rendition!

     Posted By: Paul - Sat Mar 28, 2009
     Category: Animals | Music | Cartoons | 1980s

Paul you've missed out on the Chipettes all this time? A childhood favorite of my sister and I is the movie Chipmunk Adventure! Both the sets of little cartoon chipmunks are in it - she and I used to, and probably still do, know every word! Aaah, memories.........
Posted by Jules in Connecticut on 03/28/09 at 11:42 AM
very cute. i've seen the chipettes before, paul how did you miss them? 😊
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 03/28/09 at 12:30 PM
Alvin, Simon, & Theodore in drag?
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 03/28/09 at 01:40 PM
starthrower mj has a set, just ask any young boy who has ever been a guest at neverland ranch- they can comfirm it. :sick:
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 03/29/09 at 10:29 AM
Is-- is anyone else a little turned on? How old are they, anyway- in human years?
Posted by kingmonkey in Athens, Ontario on 03/29/09 at 10:42 PM
I can see what you mean Kingmonkey. There is that VERY obvious up skirt shots on all three at the ten second mark along with others along the way. How did that get past the censors for a kids program? Then there's the belly dancers outfits which are always sexy. And the kinda goth french maid prom dresses they were wearing. It's no wonder why we have so many people screwed up these days when prime time cartoons for kids seem to have a lot of subliminal, perhaps inadvertent sexual content. But that's just my view on it.
Posted by DownCrisis on 03/30/09 at 12:06 AM
downcrisis and kingmonkey, no offence guys, but if you are finding the chippettes to be sexual in content then you both seriously need to get laid. 😊
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 03/30/09 at 06:30 AM
The one with the glasses is HOT! YUM! And KCMKNICE, yes you can --- but you have to sing it much slower. I used to play my Chipmunk 45s at 33.3 to hear the real thing in the 1960s, all the instruments pitched lower (or overdubbed) -- it sounded like a DIRGE!

But I have an admitted fixation on animated femmes -- Jessica Rabbit, wow! (Too bad she's married, I don't fool around with married women.)

Looking over the other comments, Kingmonkey -- Oh, yeah! I'm 55, I was a first-run fan of Alvin, Simon and Theodore. (And, as I grew up to be a professional computer animator, of good ol' Dave.) I'd LOVE to play patty-cake with JR, I bet her carrot cake tastes as good as it sounds. But I never saw this series.
Posted by warrenwr on 03/31/09 at 07:26 PM
BTW, the book "Who Censored Roger Rabbit?" is a VERY excellent mystery novel -- if a bit surreal. Jessica is COMPLETELY different, it's a lot of fun but almost entirely dissimilar to the film. (Let's face it guys, isn't the animated gal on the cell-phone ads HOT? Don't even know what she's advertising. Cell phones, insurance -- she's compelling. Sorta like "Eva Save-a-lot", a mystery woman with competence, style, grace, that you only see briefly and infrequently.)

Fantasy-oriented does not mean "absence of real friends and people" -- but I'm a pro artist, and I paint what I see -- and I see things differently than mostly-mundanes see.
Posted by warrenwr on 03/31/09 at 07:52 PM
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