Duck! It’s Rush Hour In Thailand

(Pro tip: Turn down the volume a bit as the guy in the car’s commentary is pretty loud irritating.)

Rush Hour in The Big T. Buckle UP.

From Boing Boing.

FWIW: Ducks Can’t Read

…so what good is it putting up a sign that says “WET CEMENT”?

The C.O. Duck Onslaught continues: Juan C. sent this to us while having a Cheezburger for lunch.

Another Day, Another Duck

There must be something in the water. Or the air. Or..something, ’cause C.O. has gone to the dogs ducks. Why, on Friday alone we had three, yes, threedifferentduckster posts! Took the weekend off, but today we’re back with the cutest duckster video you’ve seen since, er, Friday. Check eet out, friends.

From Frîncu M.

Things R Just Ducky At Brown University

1507287_543009252483915_3053624763672250089_oIt seems a mama duck decided to hoist herself up onto a large flower pot by the science library on the Brown University campus in Providence, RI. (Time to download some kids.) Wednesday, they hatched! Of course, they have their own FB page…and U can read more at the Providence Journal. (Or “ProJo” in the local vernacular.)









Featured image by Brown U. Photography. Video and other photos by Mary Murphy/Providence Journal. Submitted by Katherine G. and Annalise M.

That’s One Small Step For A Duck…

….one Giant Leap for…well, also for a duck.

Bowing once again towards the Napa HQ of T.O.

No Problem With Snuggling (The Sequel)

‘Member this post last week where the kitteh uses the chick as a pillow? We have a bebeh duckling sequel of sorts, where it’s the other way around, sorta. (Actually, they both use the hoomin as a pillow.)


From Frîncu M.

Hope Your Monday Is Turning Out Ducky

Just like this little fellow. (Or, er, little lady?)

Wee little orphaned ducklings at the California Wildlife Center in Malibu, California, from KB.

If it Looks Like a Dork

And walks like a dork and quacks like a dork, it probably is a dork.

Via Reddit.

Flashback Friday

Keep up the great Flashback Friday submissions, peeps! Thanks for sharing and thanks for the memories!

“This is my Nana when she was around 16 or 17, in the late 1930s. This was taken while she was growing up in Germany and had to do an obligatory  “Landfrauenjahr” (year of land service). Usually girls were sent to work on a farm – hence the animals! She hated her year there, but found joy in looking after the animals. She survived WWII and emigrated to Canada, where I’m writing this from! I love your website – it makes me so happy inside!” -Britt.

It’s Friday Afternoon And Everything Is Just…..


From Reddit.


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