The ropes in the Donkey Kong Universe are not ropes.They're some kind of living organism with the ability to levitate in the air. This also goes for the rigging in DKC2, the vines in DK64 and possibly the conveyer ropes in DKC3. When they die, they turn into ghost ropes (as seen in DKC2's Ghostly Grove).
The Kremlings themselves have no real vendetta against the Kong Clan.Look at their track record, so far; two if their members (at least) have agreed to at least surreptitiously help the Kongs (Klubba in DKC2 and K. Lumsy in DK64), and they have deposed their own leader at least once (in DKC3) due to how bad his plans to get at the Kongs keep screwing themselves over. Clearly, if the Kremlings didn't have a grudge against the Kongs themselves, they certainly stopped having one sometime during the series' timeline; it's K. Rool, stubborn Caligula that he is, that is keeping the war alive by pushing his own personal Kong hatred on his subjects.
King K. Rool was overthrown specifically because of his war with the Kongs.Think about it - those factories had clearly been running for a long time. If their goal was just to take the resources of the island for themselves, they were on the fast track to getting it! Why would they instigate a war with the only person who could stop them, and what possible need would they have for his bananas? They took it because K. Rool hates the Kongs, and it was a proverbial "Screw you" to the clan. This led to their entire plan failing, and during the Kremlings' revenge plan, their home turf got torn through. Now, who would ever keep a leader that incompetent in power?
The Donkey Kong Country games are hypnoticRareware released Donkey Kong Country as a mass hypnosis device disguised as a video game. Thousands of players fell under the spell of the game. Rareware were planning to control the minds of gamers to take over the world. Miyamoto saw through their plan before it was too late, and sold Rare off to Microsoft so they could no longer work on the Donkey Kong Country license. That's why Nintendo don't make any more Donkey Kong games - it's not because they don't give a shit about the fans, it's because they're trying to save us.
The Zingers were the result of genetic engineering by the KremlingsTake a look at them. They're giant bees. With spikes on them. And large wings too. They later went rogue, explaining the beehive in DKC2 (which I haven't played but only read about).
Donkey Kong killed Mario's fatherI'm sure by now we have all made friends with the fact that if the Donkey Kong Arcade Donkey Kong (alias Cranky Kong) is the current DK's father, then the explanation for why Cranky aged so much whereas Mario still seems the same is that Jumpman is current Mario's father. If that's the case, then the current Donkey Kong, back when he was just a wee little Donkey Kong Junior, killed Jumpman to rescue his old man in Donkey Kong Junior. This has two Unfortunate Implications: one is that Mario is now palling around with the ape that murdered his father, and the second is that Cranky treats DK like crap even though he murdered his arch-enemy and saved his life.
DK is the result of Parental Incest.
The species we know as "Kong" is related to Pokemon......and has a highly divergent evolution line. Hence why they're all Kongs, yet clearly of wildly different species, how DK somehow to the chimp Junior, and so on. At various times in their lives they evolve into a new form resembing a different species, which species depending on personality and such.
Donkey Kong Jungle Beat is actually a theatrical re-enactment.Here are the things supporting this theory:
Dixie Kong is Haruhi.Krocodile Isle was just a world of her own creation used to spend time with her love, Diddy Kong. Kaptain K. Rool just happened to take Donkey Kong there thinking it was a safe haven for Kremlings.
Diddy Kong is retconned into Donkey Kong Junior.Originally for the first DKC, DK Jr. was gonna be a monkey. But Executive Meddling want them to either make him a new character or use DK Jr.'s original design. So Rare changed the monkey's name to Diddy. Now that its said the DK who's the main hero is the same DK who fought Mario, it could be possible that Diddy was the one who fought Mario and rescued DK.
Klubba and Kudgel are related.They just not only look identical, they could be brothers, even twins.
What Knocka, Klasp, and Kuchuka really look like.Knocka is Kobble, Klasp is Re-Koil, and Kuchuka is Skidda.
Excepting Kerozene, none of the bosses in DKC2 are affiliated with K. Rool
Tiny Kong was clinically depressed during the events of Donkey Kong 64In all games aside from that one, she looks like a teen or young adult, but in that one game she resembled a little girl. Remember how "She can shrink in size to suit her mood"?
The Gloomy Galleon and Creepy CastleAre the result of Diddys Kong Quest, Crocodile Isle sank leaving the ruins the metal island is parked beside and Creepy Castle is K.Rools Keep kept aloft due to whatever magic was blasted into it.
The Kremling Krew killed Donkey Kong Jr.According to multiple games, Cranky Kong is the original arcade Donkey Kong. This makes Donkey Kong Jr. Cranky's son. The current Donkey Kong is sometimes called Cranky's son, and sometimes his grandson. Most recently however, in Donkey Kong Country Returns, he's his grandson. Cranky also often says that DK will never know what is was like in the 8-bit days, meaning DK's probably not Junior. Junior is probably the current DK's father. Regardless, Cranky claimed to have raised Donkey Kong in Returns, implying something happened to Junior. So what happened? The Kremling Krew invaded DK Island. While conquering the island, they split the Kong family into two groups, one of which went into hiding and would not come back until Donkey Kong Jungle Beat where they tried to take over the island. The other group of Kongs, led by the original Donkey Kong (Cranky), went to war with the Kremling Krew. King K. Rool was just a child at the time, and went crazy from the horrors of war. Donkey Kong Jr. and his wife died during the war, and could not raise their children (The current DK, and one of Diddy Kong's future parents). The original Donkey Kong developed anger issues from fighting in the war and the death of his son, and changed his name to Cranky Kong. DK and his sibling(s) were raised by Cranky. Cranky's dispointment in DK and Diddy come from feeling that they don't live up to the expectations set by Junior, who also saved Cranky from Mario.
King K. Rool/Kaptain K. Rool/Baron K. Roolenstein gets up many times because he has extra lives from the bananas he stole from Donkey Kong Island
The blue parrot from DKC2 is Polly Roger from the cartoonThey're even the same color and as the blue parrot has never actually been confirmed as Quawks unlike the purple parrot it's possible the blue one is Polly Roger.
Donkey Kong is Donkey Kong Jr.'s SonYeah, this isn't so much a Wild Mass Guessing as it is simple math, but it is mind blowing. Think about it: Cranky Kong is the original Donkey Kong in the arcade games Donkey Kong and Donkey Kong Jr. Donkey Kong Jr. Is Donkey Kong's son. And, again, Original Donkey Kong = Cranky Kong. Now, we also know Cranky Kong is Donkey Kong's Grandpa, not his father. We also never really see Donkey Kong's dad. Therefor, it can only be assumed that Donkey Kong Jr. is in fact, Donkey Kong's dad!