Many folks my age enjoyed watching the antics of Chip and Dale as they tormented Pluto, Donald Duck, and various other Walt Disney characters in the cartoons we watched in the 1950s.
I don't need to go digging through the archives of ancient cartoons to enjoy my very own Chip and Dale (No! not Chippendale!!) show. I get to watch one fairly regularly from the window in front of my computer.
There are at least 2 chipmunks that live somewhere on the north side of the house. Unlike Chip and Dale, they don't have different colored noses or different configurations of teeth, one is a bit lighter across the back and tends to frequent the feeding table.
I call it Dale.
The other one comes most frequently to the post feeder, which is situated about 3 feet from my window.
I call this one Chip.
Most of the time, the chipmunks just vacuum up the seeds until their face are bulging...
and then they speed off to store them someplace.
Once in a while, they actually stop and eat the seeds.
Picking them up one by one in their little paws.
Chipmunks are not very sociable animals, so on the occasions when one happens to venture onto the other one's spot, they fight about it. They chase each other around. It is hilarious. But I guess you have to be here to see it.