Tuesday, 22 July 2008

Donkey Skins to the Rescue


Who would of thought that in donkey skins lies the secret to boosting women's libido and helping with period pain?

A Hong Kong company is reportedly seeking up to a million donkeys to harvest their skins to extract Ejiao, an ingredient used in making Nu Bao, which is from traditional Chinese medicines.
In the Northern Territory there are supposed to be 300,000 feral donkeys and there are current investigations underway as to the viability of capturing these donkeys for profit.

Take a panadol and read the Kama Sutra!

Look out Jack!!

12 comments:

Lord James Bigglesworth said...

Yikes! Warning to all donkeys - escape while you can. The women are after your skins. :)

Ginro said...

Are the Chinese still using the skin of executed criminals to make beauty products?

Nunyaa said...

I heard they use the skin from dogs hind legs in eye lid transplants. Problem when every lamp post they passed they would wink uncontrollably.

Ginro said...

Reminds me of something a woman once said to me when she was walking up some stairs, lol.

ga.farmwoman said...

Oh my! Good thing Jack is safe and sound here on the farm.
Those women must not have smelled a real donkey.lol...

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Crushed said...

Where have all these donkeys come from?

And I've never read the Karma Sutra. I've always thought it's probably quite boring.

CherryPie said...

I suffered for a long time and would never have been tempted to use a Donkey skin to cure...

Nunyaa said...

Oh me neither Cherie, I would rather not.
Yes Pam, as soon as I read the story my thoughts went to Jack lol.
I do not know Crushed, poor things they are probably covered in ticks etc from running feral too.

jmb said...

Good advice Nunyaa. That is not such good news about the feral donkeys in NT. As you say probably not in very good shape, no doubt half starved as well as covered in ticks.

Ginro said...

And I've never read the Karma Sutra. I've always thought it's probably quite boring.

Some of the pictures are quite funny, particularly the one picturing the use of rope and pulley's, lol.

Calum said...

I must admit to never having had a problem in the areas you describe!

Calum = Plonker :-)