Can you do something with the nordics and their s/o going to a pond and feeding ducks but the ducks attack
Denmark/Simon Densen- He should have seen this coming but he didn’t and oh my God is that a piece of his shirt when did it bite him there help him don’t just la u g h
Finland/Tino Väinämöinen- It would be a shock that the animals would turn on him! Please! Please little fluffy things don’t do that! Here’s all the seeds just stop! At least he has the mind to shield you form the uproar.
Iceland/Emil Steilsson- He will glare those fuckers down, let them try to attack him. Or more importantly let them try to attack you…Really he’s just gonna run when they chase him, try to get it on camera for blackmail.
Norway/Lukas Bondevik- It’s also unlikely they would attack him rather than just try to pile on him to get the yummy things he brought. Buuut, if it does get out of hand then he just tries to give in and then get you to take pictures while it’s docile.
Sweden/Berwald Oxenstierna- The ducks do not attack. The ducks stay calm. They know. They know.
This is my little duckling called Tinker. She was the only live hatch of six incubated eggs so she has no parents and no siblings. She was also born with curled up feet so has to wear little ‘pads’ of sticky plaster for three days. After that, her feet will be fine. The marbles are to stop her falling in her water dish and drowning. She thinks I’m her mum and falls asleep sitting on my shoulder or inside my hood. We’re inseparable.
New original 3D animated movie: Ducks. The secret life of ducks when humans aren’t looking.
Whenever ducks fly south in the winter, they’re actually flying to a big city of ducks where they talk and have jobs and have traffic lights with pictures of ducks in them and every billboard and storefront is a bird pun.
A generic duck guy is a young adult who feels inadequate because his dad is a big broker in the bread stock exchange.
He accidentally reveals the secret life of ducks to a human child, and now he must take her south with him to duck city. On the way they get into hijinks and find out about a big duck conspiracy or something.
1/13/17 @coldsunnyday The ducks aren’t actually green. They’re untrustworthy creatures, and they’re lying about what color they are. Don’t listen to them.
It’s an optical illusion called “structural color.” Their feathers are black. The fluffy side bits of the feathers (barbs) are also black. The little hooks that keep the barbs all lined up (barbules) are also black. There are microscopic little ridges (tubules) on the barbules that are also black. But the tubules are exactly the same size as a wavelength of green light, so instead of absorbing green light the way a black object should, they reflect it and the ducks look green.
If you put one of the ducks under a good enough microscope, you’d see that no individual part of it was actually green in any way.
Avian biology generally can’t produce blue or green pigments. Birds that look blue or green are lying about it. Don’t trust them.
Except for turacos. They’re actually green, and very pleased with themselves about it. Look at this guy, here’s a bird you can trust:
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(5) the dursleys duck hagrid’s letters which is amazing and I hope that creased parchment gave them paper cuts. children duck from peeves on several occasions, and chaser pucey ducks two bludgers. glad Hogwarts students are agile but if i were a mum receiving these letters from home I’d have questions. (5/10)
chamber of secrets:
harry ducks under a table to keep people from seeing him laughing. joy because harry is actually laughing. someone ducks molly’s soapy frying pan, which i hope is a metaphor but probably isn’t. harry ducks as hagrid tries to pat his shoulder again. ron ducks and vomits slugs, the babe. four random evasive ducking maneuvers. wizards are dodge af. i do not duck this much in my real life. bonus for the only movie add on that matters: “What exactly is the function of a rubber duck?” what were /you using for, Arthur? (8/10)
prisoner of azkaban:
jo’s editor clearly got cottoned on because the we only have three duck mentions. ducking beneath diggory (it starts). harry randomly ducks. and a warning: duck, angelina that's a bludger. (1/10)
goblet of fire:
(13) ducking in and out of tents and to avoid awkward social situations. ‘I don’t think there can be any ducking out at this stage’ which is utter bullshit. i’d be asking for the terms and conditions and finding out exactly what would be worse than facing a dragon??? krum is on multiple occasions described as duck-footed, which i take to mean literally and you can’t stop me. (3/10)
order of the phoenix:
wondering if 'duck' is code for 'fuck' because it's mentioned a lot (23 times) and jk’s editor wouldn’t let her swear. harry ducks his abusive uncle more than once. sirius /ducks bellatrix's jet of red light, but only one. every single adult ducks out of their responsibility in effectively helping traumatized harry james potter. (-10/10)
half blood prince:
FAVE: herbert chortley, junior minister, loses his quackers and impersonates a duck. he will spend the rest of his life believing he's a duck, which is...the dream. harry ducks under and out from the cloak so he can relentlessly stalk draco malfoy. lots of ducking under arms and under tables and ducking and running. (9/10. for herb)
shout out to the experimental charms committee for accidentally-on-purpose creating a poisonous duck. wizarding galleons at their finest??? harry would not duck out of, excuse me while i sob, going to meet voldemort, not when he knew it was in his power to stop it. (4/10 but only because harry lives)
Lego Harry Potter, Ducklifors Jinx turns anything into a duck. (10/10)
Aix sponsa, a tree-nesting duck, and one of North America’s most striking waterfowl. Despite the males distinctive plumage, he can be hard to see against a backdrop of branches, shadows, and foliage, as his boldly contrasting patterns make his outline hard to discern from a distance.