There appears to be a giant duck outside my window 8 replies

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Granyaski VIP Member

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#1 7 years ago

He is not aggressive at the moment, suggestions?




Silberio VIP Member

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#2 7 years ago

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#3 7 years ago

Grab it by the neck and squeeze until the duck achieves an orgasm via asphyxiation. THEN BRUTALLY MURDER IT BY GOUGING ITS EYES OUT AND SHOVING A KNIFE UP ITS ASS AND THEN RIPPING ITS WINGS OFF.




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#4 7 years ago

Or throw pieces of bread :3


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#5 7 years ago

I agree, feed him before he desides to feed off you!




Granyaski VIP Member

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#6 7 years ago

Should I tame him?




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#7 7 years ago

[COLOR="Magenta"]Yeah...sure...why not?[/COLOR]




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#8 7 years ago

Schofield;5570111Grab it by the neck and squeeze until the duck achieves an orgasm via asphyxiation. THEN BRUTALLY MURDER IT BY GOUGING ITS EYES OUT AND SHOVING A KNIFE UP ITS ASS AND THEN RIPPING ITS WINGS OFF.[/QUOTE]

[QUOTE=Silberio;5570129]Or throw pieces of bread :3

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#9 7 years ago
Granyaski;5570154Should I tame him?

Or let someone do it for you.

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