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Had no idea there was an official "Warning, donkeys ahead." sign. It pleases me greatly.
Before anyone asks, yes, this has been viciously Pshopped but there were too many recognisable faces whose permission I don't have.
28th May 2008, 22:27   | tags:,,,,,

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MaggieD says:

Ace signage, and you must have some very tall friends in order to have to 'shop' them out of this shot ....

28th May 2008, 22:39

hildegard says:

Quite a low sign & people in a truck. :)

28th May 2008, 22:47

MaggieD says:

Well I am impressed with the 'shopping' .... but of course now I know it has been done it is very obvious :)

28th May 2008, 23:14

hildegard says:

Yeah, innit? Don't care, it's a Highways Agency-approved donkey sign. Not even a truckload of insalubrious-looking footie fans was going to stop me having my donkey sign...

28th May 2008, 23:35

silar31 says:

I'm still finding the beach donkey idea totally charming. Over here the only equines you see at the public beaches are police horses, and of course sensible folk don't interfere with them as they are working.

29th May 2008, 03:17

minkey says:

Donkey :-) I knew it could only be a pic you made

29th May 2008, 08:21

Great stuff. I was just in Blackpool m'self last week -- haven't managed to trawl through all my photos yet though!

29th May 2008, 18:04

hildegard says:

OK, hands up, I am smitten by donkeys. Silar, could this be your next job? How big's your new garden? Think you could keep a small string of donkeys out there? You don't need a beach; there's children's parties or other events where you could do rides & there's even one bloke who takes his donkeys to senior care homes for petting & up-cheering purposes.

We didn't have a standard Blackpool day out - no funfairs, no candyfloss, no kiss-me-quick hats & our tram broke down, but there were positive herds of donkeys & plenty of oysters, so no complaints. Look forward to your version, S.

29th May 2008, 19:32