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Rubber ducky spotting

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pasbury 04 Oct 2019

I spotted a small yellow rubber duck on the Newport (Gwent) riviera today. I’m aware of a rubber duck diaspora from a container spillage quite a few years ago. I took photos of the bright yellow duck, it even had a number on it’s underside.

How can I tell if this rubber ducky is one of the spilled ones? Where can I report the presence of this duck if it might be one of them. Maybe it’s just an ordinary rubber duck ☹️.

 Andy Gamisou 04 Oct 2019
In reply to pasbury:

One's never alone with a rubber duck.

 marsbar 04 Oct 2019
In reply to pasbury:

If it has a number maybe it escaped from a duck race?  

(Autocorrected to duck rave   )

 Basil 04 Oct 2019
In reply to pasbury:

Found one at Formby Merseyside recently, after recent high tides , Full of holes.

 Dave the Rave 04 Oct 2019
In reply to pasbury:

I’ve got a code quacker that you can borrow.

 bouldery bits 04 Oct 2019
In reply to marsbar:

> (Autocorrected to duck rave   )

This has made my day. 

mick taylor 04 Oct 2019
In reply to pasbury:

Ruddy hell!  Don’t get caught peking on the underside of a duck.  You will eider end up seeing the quack or ( I’ve run out of ducky puns, I’m goosed after this lot).

 Lemony 04 Oct 2019
In reply to mick taylor:

...or you might end up before the beak?

pasbury 05 Oct 2019
In reply to mick taylor:

This serious topic is being treated with far too much levity.

I think this lonely yellow rubber ducky is trying to tell us something.

Buggered if I know what though.

 nniff 05 Oct 2019
In reply to pasbury:

The duck diaspora all faded to white some time ago - the odd one still turns up.  However, yours may be a descendent - but that depends on ducky fuzz and fuzzy ducks and how much you've had to drink.


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