Friday, March 23, 2007

Duck Belly Button

My wife, Leta Mae, thinks this graphic is cute.
The graphic is from a decal applied to the inside cover of a Machinery's Handbook from 1943. Since I was born in Jacksonville (several years later), my inducktion to the fowl pursuit of duckological thought appears natural.
Egg-straw, Eggs-raw, read all about it!
Quack, Quack!


Anonymous said...

Hey, that decal is pretty cool....I always thought that if I had to live in a different time period, I would have selected the 40's...all those dances and men in uniforms....meowwwzza!!!


Rod's Duck Farm said...

I like uniforms .... you can tell who people are .... the Army, the Navy, the police, the milkman, the postman, the scientist, the artist, the cab driver .....
Nowadays everybody dresses trashy ... everybody's a hobo!
Except for ducks .... they still dress down.
Quack, Quack

steve said...

My Dad was in a Club called the 'Lame Duck Sports Club" while he had Alzheimers an d he and I had Hats with their logo on it which was a Duck with a bandaged head, his wingin a slint and walking on a Crutch and he was saying "I'm Trying". I loved that hat.

Anonymous said...

Ole McDucky had a farm
And on that farm he had some ducks
With a quack quack here and a quack quack there....
here a quack, there a quack
everywhere he heard these quacks...

Poor McDucky lost some rods and now he lives on a Quackers farm.....

(ps even ducks know how to edit comments...)

Rod's Duck Farm said...

Beaver (Leave it to Beaver) wrote:
The Duck
by Theodore Cleaver
Once I wished I was a duck
Because ducks have such good luck.
But then I say a duck in the butcher store,
And I didn't want to be a duck, no more.

On another line, the eieio reminds me of the song computer people sing:
"I/O, I/O, it's off to work we go..."

Quack, Quack!

Anonymous said...

It's D-letter day for a Quacker farmer....Learning Mu-lish language can be tough on the old Rods....Looks like Ducky's getting the hang of flying though...Mu-ch duckier job....Not even one Me-owwwzzzza!