Why Ducks Shouldn’t Tap Dance

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[I’m not going to tell you who forced me to write on such a ridiculous topic, but her site is right here]

It’s frivolous and keeps ducks from doing their real jobs: Selling supplemental health insurance.

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If they forget to take them off and go home to their ponds afterwards, their tap shoes will drag them under.

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Nothing should be allowed to dance for our entertainment that can also be enjoyed with a nice orange sauce.

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Unless you plan the tour really well, the ducks will always leave mid-season when it is time to migrate.

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Droppings on stage will distract the other dancers.

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You may have a great show with sell out crowds… but it only takes one hungry fox to close you down.

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Yes, I know that Daffy Duck could tap dance; but, he also murdered nurses.

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Ducks are not good with percussion… except for Keith Moon, drummer for The Who, who was also a Mallard and a drug addict.

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Ducks look ridiculous in kick-lines.

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When they bandy-twist into a corkscrew and finish with a double Irish and flat step, they tend to roll over onto their backs and pass out…

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21 thoughts on “Why Ducks Shouldn’t Tap Dance

  1. Excuse me but they were never able to prove any of the “murdering” of nurses allegations. Sure, Daffy may have had some violent, alcohol-fueled, very public rage incidents but murderer? Nah. Sounds more like something a certain skunk would do. It was likely a frame job by a certain foundation.

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