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 Post subject: Are duck a lot of work?
PostPosted: Tue Jan 14, 2020 8:46 am 
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hey everyone, are ducks a lot of work? you know do you need lots of cleaning and water? I am super lazy so dont want too much work, bad enough i have to go to the dole office every 2 weeks

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Hay PC the short answer is yes heaps of work and they shit in there water all day and it needs cleaning daily


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 Post subject: Re: Are duck a lot of work?
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Infoadict wrote:
Hay PC the short answer is yes heaps of work and they shit in there water all day and it needs cleaning daily

Thanks I am way to fat & lazy to keep them I think

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PossumCorner wrote:
hey everyone, are ducks a lot of work? you know do you need lots of cleaning and water? I am super lazy so dont want too much work, bad enough i have to go to the dole office every 2 weeks

Maybe just netflix for you ;)


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Linz wrote:
PossumCorner wrote:
hey everyone, are ducks a lot of work? you know do you need lots of cleaning and water? I am super lazy so dont want too much work, bad enough i have to go to the dole office every 2 weeks

Maybe just netflix for you ;)

I think this is the tart that had them and they all die "suddenly"


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 Post subject: Re: Are duck a lot of work?
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What about geese? sorry to hijack but just wondered


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Linz wrote:
What about geese? sorry to hijack but just wondered

I think they are the same hard work
I am so fat and lazy I just walk through the dog sh-t rather than pick it up do track it in the house but no one notices with all the mess and smell

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PossumCorner wrote:
Thanks I am way to fat & lazy to keep them I think

I know that feeling and fact need the mirror to see my tinny man bits :oops:

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