Donkey's Tail





A good-sized donkey without a tail is first of all cut out of brown

paper and fastened to the wall. The tail is then cut out separately, and

a hat-pin is stuck through the end. The players arrange themselves in a

line some little distance from the wall, and the fun begins. Each player

must, in turn, advance with closed eyes towards the donkey, and, still

keeping his eyes tightly shut, fasten the tail in what he believes to be

the right position. When, amidst much laughter, he is told to open his

eyes, he finds that he has very carefully fastened the tail to the tip

of the donkey's ear, or on the side of his nose.





Donkey Solo Double Acrostics facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Feedback