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Does a one-legged duck swim in a circle?

 
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just wondering...
 
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No, it swims in a pond.
 
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in a circular pond.
 
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I am going to give it a shot to see the result
( duck tape one leg of the duck )
 
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Originally posted by ersin eser:
I am going to give it a shot to see the result
( duck tape one leg of the duck )


That's why they call it "duck tape".
 
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ersin, if you "duck tape" the left leg it should swim to the left... so, see what happens if you put it in the round pond, but face it clockwise so it runs into the shore.
 
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they bite
 
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hmmm, that could be a problem. maybe we should look into getting some really strong rubber bands to put around the duck's bill before trying to duck tape the foot.
i hope there aren't any PETA members reading this.
 
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nice, Glen! i like your twist on the acronym.
 
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I also like (P)eople for the (E)thical (T)asting of (A)nimals
 
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Originally posted by Ling Wu:
That's why they call it "duck tape".




You know what this is?
Duct Tape
No, it's not Duct Tape. It's Duck Tape. Do you know what it's made out of?
Duck Tape
It's made out of Little, baby, silver ducks
Aaaaaw!
And men get guns and go out in boats and shoot the Little, baby, silver ducks.
Aaaawww!
I'm starting a fund to save the Little, baby, silver ducks.
If you would like to help save them, please send check, money order or (preferable) large, unmarked bills to:
LittleBabySilverDucks
c/o Davin
......
...
..

from http://www.nbtsc.org/wiki/DuckTape
 
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I saw a one legged duck the other day. It seemed a bit doomed to always stay in the water. It sorta got into the shallow water, but wouldn't get all the way out (not sure how it might pull that off).
 
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Originally posted by Bodie Minster:
I also like (P)eople for the (E)thical (T)asting of (A)nimals



I always thought it was (P)eople (E)ating (T)asty (A)nimals
 
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