Stage Donkey

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Jack: “When’s it my turn? When do I get on the blog? I have stories. A giant lamb who thinks she’s a dog. Woolly mammoths that think they’re sheep. And then the ones with the horns. THE HORNS. I have stories. I HAVE STORIES! Or, you know, maybe I could just visit Pocahontas? How about that? Can I visit Pocahontas? YOU HAVE TO GIVE ME SOMETHING.”


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on October 3, 2009  

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  1. 10-3
    1:13
    am

    Puhleez add your website/copyright info and make this available as a desktop wallpaper!

  2. 10-3
    5:25
    am

    :heart: Oh Jack you handsome Devil!!

  3. 10-3
    6:04
    am

    *Swoon* I am in love with that boy. What a cutie!

  4. 10-3
    6:11
    am

    Oh, Jack!! Love him!

  5. 10-3
    7:04
    am

    Who knew a donkey could be so cute. I love him…and your blog.

  6. 10-3
    7:22
    am

    Jack you are a very handsome donkey indeed. I would love to hear your pasture tales.

  7. 10-3
    8:44
    am

    Jack…you’re just so darn cute! We’ll be getting our little donkey soon and I hope he’s just as cute as you are. If you tell us your stories I’ll tell them to our little fellow!

  8. 10-3
    9:20
    am

    Another blog star in the making!!!

  9. 10-3
    11:11
    am

    reminds me of the Donkey off Shrek…tooo cute!

  10. 10-3
    4:05
    pm

    Thats what I was just going to say … he reminds me of the Shrek donkey !!

  11. 10-3
    11:06
    pm

    :happyflower: Suzanne~ How can you resist when adorable
    JACK smiles at you like that?
    I hope you gave him a sweet Kiss!!!

  12. 10-6
    8:02
    pm

    ROTFLMAO – This picture is hysterical! I agree with Mary, this should be available as a wallpaper. (Jack is a handsome fella!)

    This picture is just too funny and cute! :lol:

    Thanks for the laugh, I needed it tonight!

    :heart:

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