How to Tell if That Chipmunk on the Sidewalk Has Rare Singing Talent

Taking a walk can be great for your mind and body, but did you know that it could also be good for your wallet? Next time you’re walking on the street and see a chipmunk, try using these tips to determine whether or not it has rare singing talent that you can exploit for your own future gain:


Make it sing scales.

One of the most basic warm-ups for professional singers is singing the lowest note they can sing to the highest, so try to see this chipmunk’s full potential by hearing how high and low they can go. Once you know what range you’re working in, it’ll be a lot easier to use this rodent for profit!



Get it to harmonize with you.

Above all else, you need to make sure that this chipmunk is a team player. After all, your plan is to pair it with two other chipmunks who can sing, and they all have to share the stage equally, like every other boy/girl/chipmunk group out there. So, pick a note, and make sure they can harmonize and hold their own.


See if it can keep a beat.

Rhythm is one of the most important things to have when it comes to being a singer, and you’re gonna want to be positive that this soon-to-be chipmunk pop sensation has it. Make them sing something acapella, or you can even make them beatbox! As long as they can keep a beat, they’re right on track for stardom. 


Check for star quality.

You know what it looks like, and its career isn’t gonna go anywhere without it!


So next time you see a chipmunk on the sidewalk, don’t waste your time taking a picture or silently acknowledging its humble presence. Put its talent to the test by figuring out if it has rare singing talent and undeniable stage presence. Then do it two more times and you’ll have yourself a profitable chipmunk-based business on your hands! Good luck!