Based on the cartoon orange character from Disney/Pixar’s The Orange Dragonbound, the Orange Donkey logo is utilized by this company for business purposes: Replacements of office furniture, office signs and banners. Carpets, mats, rugs and other textiles for covering floors; Interior design, exterior design and advertising, interior decoration and decorating, wall hangings (not textile). Also, as an aside, the Orange Donkey logo is also used on many company stationary items. Office furniture items include desks, chairs, conference tables, computer chairs, glass tables, file drawers, computer towers and shelves.
What separates this company from others is that they utilize an animal for inspiration rather than a human, which makes them unique. For example, they use a donkey as a mascot who goes around doing all sorts of crazy things. In one episode, the donkey jumps through a very large glass window, breaks it and lands on top of a car, breaking it.
The Orange Donkey is often seen chasing after a toddler and his bicycle. In one episode, he would be seen chasing after the child across the lawn. He would eventually fall off his bike and break a branch, freeing the toddler. It was left to the parents to get their kid out of the pool and not fall into the pond.
The Orange Donkey is portrayed as being very friendly and cuddly. In one episode, he follows Phil the Genie around helping him with projects and tasks. One task is to build a slide for Phil’s birthday party. The Orange Donkey wouldn’t have it any other way! He wouldn’t even know where to begin building a slide for such a simple task.
The Orange Donkey would do almost anything if asked. If he was put in a situation where he had to decide between eating or sleeping, he would choose to eat. As an example, in one episode, he was asked to clean up the pond after a rainstorm. His response? To drink a bucket of water!
The Orange Donkey really only has one true “home”, though he goes to nice homes and wonderful places all the time. At one point in the show, he wanted to go to “his place”. Did you catch that? That would be the home of the owner, played by Phil. But since he lived so near the water, he couldn’t go there – he would just drink the water!
Of course, the Orange Donkey could use his large, padded feet to walk all over. He could go swimming and do other fun things, as well. He has also been known to use his tail like a rake to rake the dirt away from the yard. He’s very good at this. He is also good at finding things that other people have left behind.
The orange character was created by Bill Plympton, who is actually a big football fan. He got the idea for the donkey while watching football on TV. Of course, not a lot of people know him by that name, so many of us are probably unaware that this is someone who was a beloved children’s character. So, if you ever want to get a good laugh and maybe teach your kids about finances, consider giving them a donkey for Christmas this year!
The orange/brown donkey is one of the most recognizable of all the Donkeys. It’s also one of the most loved. Why? Because it is so lovable? Not, because he’s smart and mischievous like some of the other donkeys on TV. In fact, the donkey has been depicted in a number of funny situations on TV, where he’s been shown helping people or taking care of their household.
The orange one was often shown as being so mischievous that people began sending money in with a donkey coin for some reason. This would always end up being a big failure. The worst was when the last “pony” in town that season got a load of coins for no apparent reason, except to see if anyone would try to give them something else. And so one by one, the money went unclaimed until someone took it upon themselves to pay the coin for the donkey. Needless to say, the people that did this got stuck with a load of coins they didn’t really have, but were still very grateful for the gesture.
So why does this orange donkey continue to be so popular? Why is there so much interest in buying an orange donkey for a child? I think it has a lot to do with how much children love animals, especially animals that are friendly and kind. Children want to help out, even if it means giving up a bit of their own pocket change.