What’s the difference between a burro and a burrow?


Burro:

Burro

Burro

Burrow:

Rabbit burrow, Nature photos CZ

If you can click to this site, you should know the difference.  Do you?

One comes from that family of animals known as asses, one is a hole in the ground. If you can’t tell the difference, please stay the heck out of our schools and the policy fights over what is to be taught there.

Thank you.

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8 Responses to What’s the difference between a burro and a burrow?

  1. [...] though it’s not what I imagined, like telling the difference between a burro and a burrow, I know several people who need to have this recommended to them — how about [...]

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  2. [...] the way, you’re qualified to participate in discussions here, right?  I mean, you do know the difference between a burro and a burrow, don’t [...]

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  3. [...] (I’ll wager Eli is one who knows his burro from a burrow.) [...]

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  4. [...] What we now know is that some Georgia legislators are all het up about the difference between a republic and a democracy, though I’ll wager none of them could pass an AP world history or European history quiz on Rome and Greece.  And what is really revealed is that some Georgia legislators don’t know their burros from a burrow. [...]

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  5. [...] with stick figures. One with a mustache one with a dress, his wife. And that other animal not a burro at all but the family dog. Even after only 20 years things become distorted. What we remember may [...]

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  6. [...] Millard Fillmore’s Bathtub has had some trolls though and this is what he told them. [...]

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  7. blueollie says:

    You are a liberal elitist. :)

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  8. RBH says:

    That’s just beautiful! Even more subtle than my father’s “South end of a north-bound horse”!

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Play nice in the Bathtub -- don't splash soap in anyone's eyes.

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