Burro perdido

Wonder why donkeys are not required to get microchipped like our dogs? You know what a problem stray donkeys are in our fair city of Laredo, Texas…


Almost forgot to give credit – that's what happens when you write from your phone. Found on Laredo Morning Times' classified ads today.

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7 Responses to Burro perdido

  1. …No. No, I refuse to believe that is real. Now or ever. If this is real, my faith in humanity will shatter.

    • Que Fregados says:

      Say goodbye to your faith.

      • Goodbye, faith. It’s been a fun 26 years. We had some good laughs, but now that me and nihilism are expecting our first child, I’m going to have to say good-bye. Don’t cry. You’re embarrassing me. Look, we can still be Facebook friends, and I promise to text every other week. Good-bye now…

        …This works better if you leave.

        [You know, I don’t know what irks me more: the ad itself or the fact that they spelled it “estray”]

  2. Que Fregados says:

    Facebookers are funny too:

    Chamin – El burro es mio! Lol

    Power Hits – I know a few on the city council. OH did that come out? :S

    Félix – sin mecate …

    Power Hits – hehe, my grandmother used to use that expression, “burro sin mecate”.

    Chamin – Lol jaja

    MaryHelen – LOL!! So much for Laredo’s sophistication image! Down the toilet! ;o)

  3. Poncho1950 says:

    “Estray”? How about “astray”?

  4. rick78 says:

    Hey it might be Shrek’s donkey you know how Hollywood discards things after they have no further need for.

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