October 5, 2007

Duck Friday


  1. Anonymous7:26 AM

    Poor little bastsards.

    Duck-ugees. I can see a couple from Iran and not a few from Iraq.

    They do not at all look happy in their captivity.

    Having been declared dangerous ducks I imagine they're on their way to Duck-ention on Nauru?

  2. Anonymous8:22 AM

    Funny,first thing I thought of when I saw those ducklings was, "new arrivals."

    Not as in Duck-ugees, as you see it Bertie, but more like a new beginning, a fresh move.

    A re- birth, and a new home for the riff raff formally of Club Chaos..

    Cheers, and plenty of beers!(or scotch or wine or champers)

  3. I always picked you for a "glass overflowing" type of guy Father.

    Wave a hint of orange at him and he goes all troppo, hey Kath?

    Spring is in the air, blossoms are blossoming, new duckies are duckering!

  4. Anonymous10:11 PM

    Mmmmmmmm, our Duck-ugees look more like a potential epicurean opportunity to me.

    Our duckering duckies may well end up yummy duckies.

    All for a noble course...

    Scrispy skin duck, with just a very thin layer of yummy fat, mmmmmm, with a drop of nice red,mmmmmmmmm.

  5. Anonymous10:37 PM

    I think you could be right , Justin!
    Peking Duck with a good red...
    Sounds great!
    After all what else can you do with a duck??
    Er, don't answer that Jus.

  6. Anonymous11:25 PM

    You know Kath, at times back in Tassie, when times were lean, I'd get so hungry I could eat the bum out of a rubber duckie.

    If I had one.

  7. At least you weren't resorting to the bum out of a rat.

  8. Anonymous11:47 PM

    Oh JO! You can be such a tease.
    Now, have you fixed the potomac yet?
    ( Kath taps foot impatiently)

  9. Anonymous12:06 AM

    Sorry Kath, the Potomac is bent really bad, up for sale as we speak.

    No takers yet so I suppose I will have to just unbend it hey.



  10. Oh, too cute. A ducky abundance.