Sunday, December 2, 2012


There once was girl from Madras,
 Who possessed an adorable ass.
Not soft round and pink,
As you probably think,
But gray with long ears,
And eats grass!

Honi soit qui mal y pense.

6 comments:

  1. Cute little critter, isn't he, Andie?

    Looking at him makes kinda you want to hug him.

    He's not a baby, you know, he's a miniature.

    After I found that picture -- quite by accident -- I couldn't resist making this post.

    Besides, we could all do with a change from you-know-what, don't you think?

    ~ FT

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  2. Cute little democrat ain't he.

    I know that wasn't your intention with this post, but it was the first thing that popped into my mind!

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  3. LOL!

    Love the limerick.

    Little donkeys are so cute. A pity that they grow up and turn into asses. **wink**

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  4. AMEN, AOW! AMEN!

    Of course, THIS particular little fellow is already as grown up as he will ever be. He's a MINIATURE donkey.

    Definitely a HUGGABLE little creature. Look at those eyes!

    No one could ever convince me that animals -- at least the mammals -- do not have souls.

    I'm not sure about the reptiles, the insects and the arachnids, but Albert Schweitzer revered them too. I've never read that Schweitzer was a vegetarian, but I know he maintained a Reverence for Life policy in his own domain.

    ~ FT

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  5. Adorable, for sure. I love it. Both animal and the limerick.

    ----------> Katharine Heartburn

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