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$1 Wallabies


We love a hairy beast with a big pouch.

But we love wallabies, too.

In fact, ever since a domesticated pet wallaby escaped from his owner in Grand Prairie a few weeks ago, some of our best friends have become obsessed with owning one.

Because as far as pets go, if it’s exotic, easy to dress in costume or able to kick a trick out of bed with brute force, the gays are going to want one. And want one desperately. So today’s story serves as a bit of an intervention for our friends who are deep in a state of DWD (Delusional Wallaby Desire).

It’s a condition that can be cured quickly. In fact, tomorrow. That’s when not just wallabies, but also elephants, Bolivian gray titi monkeys and Western lowland gorillas can all be seen for a buck.

That’s right, for one day only the Dallas Zoo is offering up dollar admission and all the flighty, furry, four-legged cuteness that comes along with it.

Just do us a favor. If you see our friends in the wallaby habitat trying to dress one up as Frank N. Furter from The Rocky Horror Picture Show, contact us immediately.

Dallas Zoo Dollar Day
Thursday, July 18, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Admission $1 (Free under age 2 and Dallas Zoological Society Members)
Parking $8 (or take DART Red Line)