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(UTV (Ireland))   Donkey sanctuary hopes to attract volunteers by offering regular 'donkey cuddles' to everyone who shows up, punches for those who stay more than a week   (u.tv) divider line 58
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2014-02-05 01:04:35 PM
Perhaps I'm showing my age but is "donkey cuddles" the term now for the "marriage of de burro."
 
2014-02-05 01:05:32 PM

blorpen: MeSoHomely: MycroftHolmes: Stile4aly: mod3072: Stile4aly: MycroftHolmes: Stile4aly: mod3072: You know, I really didn't know what the term "donkey punch" really meant until just a few minutes ago (thanks again, google, for stealing another little piece of my soul). I always assumed I had a rough idea of what it meant, but I was way off. What the hell is wrong with you people??

I'm sorry we've offended your delicate sensibilities.  You know what will make you feel better?  Head over to a Panera Bread Company and ask for their new Blueberry Pumpkin danish.  It's an off menu item, so you'll have to ask for it by name.  Just walk right up to the register and say "I'll have a blumpkin, please."

Also, if you are a music lover, a real good value is to get perfectly good but slightly tarnished instruments.  Because of all the moving parts, instruments with slides seem to be affected the most, so they are the most common good values.  Go to your nearest music store and ask for their best rusty trombone

Another option would be to take a scenic day trip on a restored steam locomotive.  The coast of Lake Erie is particularly beautiful.  Just head to the station and ask for a Cleveland Steamer.

I get the distinct impression that you guys are not really trying to help.

These suggestions are all super serious.

One of the books that changed my life was Three Cups of Tea.  It was featured by Oprah and started a movement of community involvement.  One of the most inspirational documentaries was following on the concept of community and sharing.  It is truly life changing and will deliver an inspirational message to all.  Don't wait, go get your family together, and find the documentary '2 girls 1 cup'.  It is available online

I did find that one quite informative.

One item that also seems to have been forgotten is the work of one of my all-time favorite comedians, Juan Sanchez.  His humor is a tad bawdy, which is how he got the nickname "Dirty", but has always been extremely e ...


One of the most popular and oldest rides at Disneyland is the Pirates of the Caribbean.  While humorous and light hearted now, the ride originally was pretty intense, with full sized, enraged animitronic pirates rushing out towards the park visitors.  This was found to be scaring the younger visitors, so that section of the ride was closed off.  But it is still accessible on request.  Go up to the young lady at the front of the line and ask her if she can take you behind the ride and show you and Angry Pirate.
 
2014-02-05 03:05:16 PM

FirstNationalBastard: mod3072: You know, I really didn't know what the term "donkey punch" really meant until just a few minutes ago (thanks again, google, for stealing another little piece of my soul). I always assumed I had a rough idea of what it meant, but I was way off. What the hell is wrong with you people??

Then you may not want to look up jelly donut or blue waffle.

/hint: they're not food items, and the pictures are quite NSFW


And don't GIS cheese taco or something like that.  It's also eye bleach worthy and NSFW.
 
2014-02-05 03:26:14 PM

BATMANATEE: MycroftHolmes: Stile4aly: MycroftHolmes: Stile4aly: mod3072: You know, I really didn't know what the term "donkey punch" really meant until just a few minutes ago (thanks again, google, for stealing another little piece of my soul). I always assumed I had a rough idea of what it meant, but I was way off. What the hell is wrong with you people??

I'm sorry we've offended your delicate sensibilities.  You know what will make you feel better?  Head over to a Panera Bread Company and ask for their new Blueberry Pumpkin danish.  It's an off menu item, so you'll have to ask for it by name.  Just walk right up to the register and say "I'll have a blumpkin, please."

Also, if you are a music lover, a real good value is to get perfectly good but slightly tarnished instruments.  Because of all the moving parts, instruments with slides seem to be affected the most, so they are the most common good values.  Go to your nearest music store and ask for their best rusty trombone

Another option would be to take a scenic day trip on a restored steam locomotive.  The coast of Lake Erie is particularly beautiful.  Just head to the station and ask for a Cleveland Steamer.

In the south, people are known for their hospitality, and women, in particular are known for their ability to cook.  Slow cooked meats over an open fire are a specialty.  A single serving is too much for one person.  You won't be disappointed if you grab a friend and approach the first young lady you see and ask her if she will do a spitroast for the two of you.

I recommend researching the complex customs associated with meat spinning before approaching a southern lady for a spitroast. One would hate to accidentally give offense.

Ah, the complexities of meat spinning.  Of course, many cultures have claimed that they first came with the idea of impaling meat on a pole, but the Greeks, in particular, have a long history of rotisserie cooking meat vertically, or for that matter, in any positions, for thousands of years.  They claim that the best meat for spinning is young and should be tenderized first, but no matter which way you spin the meat, it should always go with a tossed salad.
 
2014-02-05 03:33:02 PM

MycroftHolmes: These suggestions are all super serious.

One of the books that changed my life was Three Cups of Tea. It was featured by Oprah and started a movement of community involvement. One of the most inspirational documentaries was following on the concept of community and sharing. It is truly life changing and will deliver an inspirational message to all. Don't wait, go get your family together, and find the documentary '2 girls 1 cup'. It is available online

I did find that one quite informative.

One item that also seems to have been forgotten is the work of one of my all-time favorite comedians, Juan Sanchez. His humor is a tad bawdy, which is how he got the nickname "Dirty", but has always been extremely e ...


One of the most popular and oldest rides at Disneyland is the Pirates of the Caribbean. While humorous and light hearted now, the ride originally was pretty intense, with full sized, enraged animitronic pirates rushing out towards the park visitors. This was found to be scaring the younger visitors, so that section of the ride was closed off. But it is still accessible on request. Go up to the young lady at the front of the line and ask her if she can take you behind the ride and show you and Angry Pirate.


Different regions of the United States are known for their culinary creations.  While some dishes are made from scratch, the best known are often an established product with a local flair.  In Birmingham, Alabama, they have scoffed at trying to improve on Chicago-style pizza, Philly cheesesteaks, Coney Island-style dogs, or (heaven forbid) Texas-style chili.  The chefs down in Birmingham decided to take Hot Pockets (in a variety of flavors off the shelf) and give them their special Southern touch.  They are available in almost any restaurant, though few establishments will list them on the menu to try to prevent copycatting by other regions.  Don't miss out--The next time you're in Alabama, ask your server for an Alabama Hot Pocket.
 
2014-02-05 03:54:00 PM

MeSoHomely: MycroftHolmes: These suggestions are all super serious.

One of the books that changed my life was Three Cups of Tea. It was featured by Oprah and started a movement of community involvement. One of the most inspirational documentaries was following on the concept of community and sharing. It is truly life changing and will deliver an inspirational message to all. Don't wait, go get your family together, and find the documentary '2 girls 1 cup'. It is available online

I did find that one quite informative.

One item that also seems to have been forgotten is the work of one of my all-time favorite comedians, Juan Sanchez. His humor is a tad bawdy, which is how he got the nickname "Dirty", but has always been extremely e ...


One of the most popular and oldest rides at Disneyland is the Pirates of the Caribbean. While humorous and light hearted now, the ride originally was pretty intense, with full sized, enraged animitronic pirates rushing out towards the park visitors. This was found to be scaring the younger visitors, so that section of the ride was closed off. But it is still accessible on request. Go up to the young lady at the front of the line and ask her if she can take you behind the ride and show you and Angry Pirate.

Different regions of the United States are known for their culinary creations.  While some dishes are made from scratch, the best known are often an established product with a local flair.  In Birmingham, Alabama, they have scoffed at trying to improve on Chicago-style pizza, Philly cheesesteaks, Coney Island-style dogs, or (heaven forbid) Texas-style chili.  The chefs down in Birmingham decided to take Hot Pockets (in a variety of flavors off the shelf) and give them their special Southern touch.  They are available in almost any restaurant, though few establishments will list them on the menu to try to prevent copycatting by other regions.  Don't miss out--The next time you're in Alabama, ask your server for an Alabama Hot Pocket.


I remember, when I was a young man, I was playing in the front yard in the snow. And the neighbor girl walked up to me and threw a ball of snow right in my face. Now, I was shocked at first, but in the end, it was quite refreshing and brisk. The cool snow in my mouth was quite a treat. So I would recommend to anyone... let a girl snowball you, and get it right in your mouth.
 
2014-02-05 04:45:16 PM
You have to make a whole week before trying the donkey punch
 
2014-02-06 11:41:13 PM
They can definitely get friendly with humans, as this NSFW photo reveals:

http://www.tristanx.com/images/tumblr/donkey.gif
 
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