Rubber Duck and Homie Offspring

Looks like a standard Mendelian trait of incomplete dominance of the rubber gene.

Proud parents:

Woops, almost forgot the one ugly duckling who may grow up to be 100% Homie:

About Paul Morrison & RD

Good Morning Gloucester reporter possessing the dangerous combination of a Press Pass and a Rubber Duck.
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13 Responses to Rubber Duck and Homie Offspring

  1. E.J. says:

    Where’d you really get those baby homie/ducklings and that homely homie chick? So precious!

  2. Ann Kennedy says:

    You all have way too much time on your hands–thankfully! Hilarious stuff! Can’t wait to send you pictures of Kansas City’s Duck Derby when thousands of rubber ducks are released into the creek! Why, oh why doesn’t someone make rubber homies so I could toss one into the mix!

  3. What can I say Paul.. you do make me laugh

  4. Linda Colman says:

    OH MY GOD!!!! I wish I’d been warned. I just spewed my morning coffee all over my laptop.

  5. Terry Weber says:

    You know, you really make a person wonder what the heck is going on at your house!?! :)

  6. Did you know the Yellow Rubber Duck originates from Dogtown, where the basic formula for rubber and even plastic was accidentally concocted while testing methods for fabricating reusable sea worms. At that time, sea worms were only known to exist on Singing Beach where they often filled in on the bongos when the horse shoe crabs were busy mating.

  7. Jimmie,

    The Duck goes to the Gallows before the end of 2012.

    We suggest a refreshing change: Gummy Bears. You know, something less nauseating and a little more 2012.

    • We did have Duck Confit as an appetizer yesterday and haven’t seen the rubber one since. She didn’t come down to go to help on the lobster trap tree and I thought she was just sleeping in.

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