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Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Donkey of the Decade Award

A Disney star recently won the Donkey of the Decade award during an event held at the Staples Center in Los Angles.

In a stunning upset the award was not given to Eyeore of Winnie the Pooh fame or Donkey from the Shrek films. The award was given to the donkey from “Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl.”

“He was in one scene. ONE SCENE! He didn’t even have any lines. He just walked in a circle!” raved Donkey from Shrek.

“I don’t care if I didn’t win. I don’t care who won. I didn’t even want to go to Los Angles but Winnie said he’d beat me if I didn’t,” sated Eyeore.

During his acceptance speech the winner said “Heehaw, heehaw,” which was followed by a thunderous applause from the audience.

The Donkey of the Decade awards are held once every ten years and award famous donkeys from film, stage, and the recording industry for their work. Past winners include the donkey from the “Good the Bad and the Ugly,” Dominic the Donkey, and Barry Bonds.

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