And thus was born DASTORC

Slylock Fox – August 10th, 2013

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On rainy nights, the 6-foot, barren ditches in the front yard suddenly become cute little duck ponds. When the reflections are just right, you’d think they were simple puddles!

Unfortunately, as Fido discovered, the same thing happens to the backyard tar pit. Sorry, boy, mom says no crude oil on the carpet!

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2 Responses to And thus was born DASTORC

  1. $$$WESTVIEW ONCOLOGIST$$$ says:

    I never expected that the Hound of the Baskervilles would be so polite. He’ll still ring your doorbell before ripping your flesh off.

  2. Ratiocinator says:

    That blissful expression on the mother duck’s face isn’t surprising; it has been previously established that ducks really, really, really like it a lot when water is being dumped on them. So spray the next duck you see with a hose or something! If it gets angry at you instead of grinning and becoming high on the H2O, that proves it’s some other animal impersonating a duck. A dog, maybe.

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