September 22, 2006

Duck Friday


  1. Anonymous12:26 PM

    *lol* The kitten looks like it's planning exactly how it's going to kill and cook each of the ducklings.

  2. Anonymous1:59 PM

    Yeah!!! Ducks and a kitty.

    My day is complete.

  3. Anonymous5:02 PM

    "Hey , I tawt I taw a puddy tat!" quacked the first little duckling to the other...

  4. The cat looks like it's thinking about duck tartar.

    Happy Friday!

  5. Anonymous12:21 PM

    Duck on right: Do you think we should run for it?

    Duck on left: What's this "we" stuff, whiteman?

  6. C'mon, can't you tell all three of them are ducks? The one on the right is just wearing a kitty costume it got for Halloween. OOOOOOOooooohhhhh, scary.

    Hey, here's a question, Caz: do Australian kids "trick or treat" at Halloween like American kids do?

  7. They could give it their best shot Drunka, but they could knock at 1000 doors and the most common response they'd get would be: "Huh?".

    Halloween is an odd event and has never caught on here, despite the odd lame attempt to make it a money spinner of some kind. It's just not our thing.

    And you're right about that third duck - excellent costume, sure frightened the crap out of me.

  8. Anonymous3:26 PM

    Duck on right: "For chrissake don't look at him you fool. I'm trying to pretend we're not talking about him."

  9. Meetings between the KFPAWDS (Kittens For A Peace Amnesty With Ducklings Society) were contentious at first, but gradually, the details of a treaty between kitten- and duckling-kind were hammered out.

  10. But when the hammering waas done, who was left?

  11. It was a case of the quack and the dead. Some of the kittens survived by a whisker, and the ducklings lived to waddle another day.

  12. What a fantastic picture.

    Reminds me of the time I had a cockatoo and the cat got inside while I had him out of the cage. The cat was looking and thinking: "I know it's a bird and I know I'm supposed to want to eat it - but that beak looks downright nasty...."