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Rent-A-Donkey

Ever need a donkey for birthdays, or special events on short notice?
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Have you ever needed a donkey for heavy labor, children's birthday parties, wedding anniversaries, backpacking or other uses on short notice and just couldn't find one? Well, fret no more. Rent-A-Donkey, the world's first and only donkey superstore, has the solution to all your needs. Not only can Rent-A-Donkey supply beasts of burden for major industry, salt mines, festive occasions and to alleviate the lonliness and depression associated with being a widow, bachelor or an outright loser, but they can do it at a price anyone can afford. Rent-A-Donkey also carries a full line of donkey related products such as hay, feed, horseshoes, toy donkies and cattle prods and tazers for those stuborn asses who just won't cooperate.
rcornell, Mar 02 2001

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B'gorra! We're needing that right here! [reensure, Mar 02 2001]

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Two States donkey rental agencies, a Biblical reference, and a mystery set at Shepheard's Hotel. Coming soon: Halfbakery. [hello_c, Mar 02 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]

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       We rented an elephant for a birthday party once. It had a big banner that said "HAPPY BIRTHDAY", and we all got to go for rides. It came with a trainer, and was quite well-behaved.   

       But what would anyone do with a donkey? Play that quintessential birthday-party favorite, "stick a pin in the donkey's tail, get kicked in the teeth, visit the hospital, and undergo facial reconstruction surgery"?
egnor, Mar 02 2001
  

       Just don't open it next to my Rent-A-Moose store.
dredcat7, Mar 02 2001
  

       Prehaps donkeys could be used in car-less theme parks such as an Amish version of Westworld. For pedestrians donkey could be quite useful - why I would happily use labrador panniers for my dogs if I could find them. However a donkey could carry more, of course.
Aristotle, Mar 05 2001, last modified Mar 06 2001
  

       Does it cost extra if you're going to use it in a barnyard fun video? huh, cornell, huh!? baseball makes me happy
bigdaddyfatfat, Mar 06 2001
  
      
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