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FREE: 1 NEW Wizard of Oz Flying Monkey Trouble Maker SEW ON Patch Clothing Embroidery Badge FREE SHIPPING

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The listing, 1 NEW Wizard of Oz Flying Monkey Trouble Maker SEW ON Patch Clothing Embroidery Badge FREE SHIPPING has ended.

NEW BIKER PATCH ~ TROUBLE MAKER
THE WIZARD OF OZ ~ Winged Monkey
(6.1 x 4.9 inches) ~ Sew On Only, NOT Iron On!

Great for customizing backpacks, shirts, shorts, skirts, baby onesie, hats, diaper bags, anything with fabric! Iron on Patch! :]


Winged monkeys (often referred to in adaptations and popular culture as flying monkeys) are fictional characters created by American author L. Frank Baum in his classic children's novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900). The winged monkeys are just what the name implies: jungle monkeys with powerful bird-like feathered wings attached to their shoulders which allow them to fly. They are most notable from the famous 1939 musical movie by MGM. Ever since, they have taken their own place in popular culture, regularly referenced in comedic or ironic situations as a source of evil or fear.
The winged monkeys started out as being free creatures living in the jungles within the Land of Oz. They were a rather carefree bunch, and also very mischievous by nature. One day the King of the winged monkeys, as a prank, tossed a richly dressed man into a deep river, ruining his handsome costume of velvet. The man, whose name was Quelala, was good natured enough and did not mind the prank. But his fiancée Princess Gayelette, was ever so furious because the day the winged monkeys played the prank, was the same day of Quelala and Gayelette's royal wedding. She had ruled Oz's northern quadrant, called the Gillikin Country, and lived in a small palace made of rubies. Princess Gayelette had also practiced real magic and was a sorceress in her own right. As punishment for the winged monkey's prank, she cursed them by making them all the eternal slaves to the Golden Cap she had originally prepared as a wedding present for her beloved betrothed. The cap itself was a very nice one indeed, studded with real sparkling diamonds, and precious blood red rubies that ran entirely around its 24/karat solid gold brim.
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I have my patch sewn onto my cross body bag and get so many conversations started!
Jul 23rd, 2019 at 12:43:16 PM PDT by

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