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Q: Add-it: Would you be offended, if somebody would call you zonkey?

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/zonkey-zoo-welcomes-the...

 

Sex and drugs, and rock 'n roll...pum-pum-pum-para-rara-rara....

 

A zonkey called Ippo quickly became a tourist attraction when he was born in Florence, Italy last year after his father, a zebra, jumped over a fence and into a donkey enclosure. (and raped everybody) O2,02

 

   A zoo in Northern Mexico has welcomed its latest arrival this week – a rare cross between a zebra and a donkey. Things are getting really 'rare', don't they?

 

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Congratulations. You're today's winner.

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I'm disappointed, expected.this to be about zombie monkeys for some reason.

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I saw that, that was by far the coolest X-man Zonkey that I have ever seen.

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I am afraid next would go for 'Donan' somewhere in the vicinity of Chicago or Swiss...  Their heart favorite 'Dog + Wumoan' = Donan....

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LoL... 

 

I think I would be more confused than offended. 

 

Once, a Chinese person called me a "White Monkey", so I called him a "Yellow Monkey". He got angry and said "being a Yellow Monkey is better than a White Monkey!"

 

To which I replied, "Then why does the Yellow Monkey bleach its skin?! It takes the lotion and rubs it on its skin or it gets the hose again!"

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