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{{Youmay|the donkey|[[Plato|the philosopher]]}}
 
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'''Plato''' was a donkey owned by a farmer called [[Aristotle (farmer)|Aristotle]]. It was Aristotle's wife who named the donkey, so her husband would have somebody to talk to.
 
'''Plato''' was a donkey owned by a farmer called [[Aristotle (farmer)|Aristotle]]. It was Aristotle's wife who named the donkey, so her husband would have somebody to talk to.
   
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Revision as of 00:05, 21 March 2011

This article is about the donkey. You may be looking for the philosopher.

Plato was a donkey owned by a farmer called Aristotle. It was Aristotle's wife who named the donkey, so her husband would have somebody to talk to.

Plato drew Aristotle's cart when he gave Professor Henry and Indiana Jones a lift in Greece in 1910.

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