Banalimombada Painting or bananas, lemons and lambada
The two cute orangutans are the hosts of this loud, cheerful, and very entertaining party in the Banalimombada Painting. The guests are numerous, but each and every one of them is vivid and temperamental enough to make a great conversation buddy.
Whether it is the company of the blue, the hyacinth, the scarlet macaw, or the pink Cockatoo, each and every one of them has its own individuality and can teach us a lot about communication, positivity, and originality.
Why is the painting called “Banalemombada”? Well, because the formula for a really good party is very simple indeed. It is of utmost importance that the company is witty, funny, and open-minded. The one on the canvas is precisely that. Now it remains the favorite appetizer because the nerves are calm when the belly is full.
Bananas may not be the guests’ favorite food, but the hosts in their quest to show the utmost hospitability, served the most desired course, according to their understanding. The drink comes next! It is of great importance! Everyone is a fan of the refreshing lemonade. And all the representatives of the canvas know what to do when life gives them a pile of sour lemons!
And last, but not least is the music. Lambada! Melodic, cheerful, and danceable! With such a painting in the room, any passerby can start humming, swaying in some imaginative rhythm. What can one do? The party spirit can be so contagious sometimes!
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