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Question Duck

A curious duck and his friend travel the world together. They visit many places, and ask many questions. Often these things are not related.
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A curious duck and his friend travel the world together. They visit many places, and ask many questions. Often these things are not related.

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Nagora (Guest)
October 13th, 2018
Air
Being porous isn't really the answer. The Titanic sank when it became porous. Pumice has lots of cavities in it which have trapped air, so its density is lower than water.

Fun fact: Pliny the Elder died when his he mounted a rescue mission to Pompeii but the huge amount of pumice floating on the water trapped his ships in the harbour. Okay - maybe "fun" was the wrong word there.

Nice animation.
eekee
August 2nd, 2018
Avocado <3 with lemon <3 on toast <3 :D
eekee
August 2nd, 2018
I just invented flower surfing in my head. You'd need an alien planet with alien flowers...
eekee
August 2nd, 2018
Even buzz-cut has to smile a teeny bit. :)
eekee
August 2nd, 2018
Squee the trailer! :D

I once read that actresses can't get work in a certain age range. Above that range they can get 'glamorous grandma' roles, but I forget all the other details. It's sad and annoys me. :(
eekee
August 2nd, 2018
I wonder where the figure of 6 regular miles comes from? It's waaaaay off standard, which is that a nautical mile is 1.15078 English miles or 1.852 kilometers.

There were such big differences in the length of a mile before most of Europe adopted the metric system. A Prussian mile was something like 8 Saxon miles or 5 English miles, but I don't think either Prussia or Saxony had a sea-coast.

Oh here's a better explanation: a nautical mile is (a little less than) 1/6 longer than an English mile. Mis-remembering could turn it into "6 times".
This one's creepy. :p Or sleepy, not sure which.
Hahahaha he can still annoy buzz-cut even when he's not there!
Even buzz-cut looks miserable! I didn't think he'd miss QD. Well, I guess it is April 1.
:o Where's QD?! I feel sorry for Guy now.
"Is that a duck up there?" The worst question for a duck owner! Okay, not *the* worst.
eekee
August 2nd, 2018
Adorabubble! :) Uh, I mean the duck walking. I can't stop looking at the text bubble itself, for other reasons. Ò.ò ó.ò ó.Ó lol
eekee
August 1st, 2018
Liiime! Liiiiiiime! I love the color scheme in this one :)
eekee
August 1st, 2018
What is that scene? It amuses me to think it's in an enclosed colony on another planet, and the sunset is visible through a huge window. I can see it's not that, but it's a fun thought.
eekee
August 1st, 2018
It's like Whoopi Goldberg wanting to be on Star Trek. They didn't even realise she was serious at first.
eekee
August 1st, 2018
Shoebill! :D
eekee
August 1st, 2018
Synescheesia.

I always wanted to say that.
eekee
June 28th, 2018
Aximili E I reminds me of a funny pic from way back when, of a duck calmly standing on a jet plane's wing. It was in a page which tried to start up another silly 'everybody knows its false' hoax like tree squids. The idea was that the common Mallard duck could fly at any altitude! :)
eekee
June 6th, 2018
I've got nothing against sprites or their use, reuse, or recoloring, but I have literally only ever read ONE sprite comic which was able to hold my interest. I find this fact astonishing because a large number of badly but conventionally drawn comics have held my interest easily. I think most sprite artists miss out on figuring out how their characters tick because they never have to practice facial expressions.
eekee
June 1st, 2018
I once heard that giant squid have copper-based blood, and it's blue! It also only works up to 8 degrees C. The blue makes sense if you remember what copper sulfate looks like; it's *very* blue!