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If Donkeys Could Talk. . .

Published on Tuesday, May 31, 2011 By Melissa Prycer
Nip: Can you believe we’ve been here since 2000? Getting from Georgia to Dallas was quite the adventure, and one I don’t care to repeat. And after growing up on a farm, this was a very strange place to be. Tuck: There were kids everywhere! And they made us pull those kids around on a wagon. I really don’t like pulling that wagon. Nip: But it didn’t take us long to realize this was the place for us, because we were The Stars. Kids lined up for rides. They scratched our noses. They even tried to hee-haw. Try is key here—no one does this near as well as we do. Tuck: Even as The Stars, we’ve had to put up with all sorts of things. One December, we were loaded on to a trailer to visit another muse ..

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