New Apparel Reflects the Pride of Donkeys
Company Offers T-Shirts, Hats, and Sunglasses
Once upon a time, “donkey” was a vile word at the poker table. It was almost a guarantee to hear it after a bad beat.
“You’re such a donkey,” the losing player moans, contempt dripping from each word.
Well, it appears that donkey play is now in vogue.
Donkeygear.net, a Florida company that services nearly 50 countries, offers a wide variety of donkey-inspired T-shirts, as well as hats and sunglasses. If apparel isn’t what you’re looking for, you might want to take a look at their other accessories. They also sell automatic shufflers, poker chips and decks, card protectors, and foldable poker tables.
Some of the shirts’ slogans include: “But they were suited,” “Don’t hate the donkey, hate the game,” and “One time.”
If you want to be a donkey (or at least look like one), visit donkeygear.net today.
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