How strange, the title is, I mean. In fact, this is the second time in a short time frame that I have heard the phrase "chip munk." Albeit, in an entirely different context.
You see, my dad is a former Episcopal Priest, born again, speaking in tongues Christian, jazz musician and he loves to tell really long, not particularly funny, jokes.
Here's an example:
So a pastor friend of mine went to a conference held in Las Vegas. While he was there he went to church on Sunday. During the offering, he noticed that many church goers were putting chips from various casinos in to the plate as it went around.
After the service my friend asked the pastor of the church in Las Vegas what do they do with the chips from the casinos.
The pastor from Las Vegas answers that there is a group of monks that go around to every church, collect the chips, exhange them for cash at the casinos, and then bring the money back to each church.
CHIP MONKS!!!!!! Ta Dah!