When animals know all our secrets…
Blog Guy, my tax guy’s taxidermist told me something really creepy. He has close ties to the animal kingdom.
You mean from stuffing and mounting them?
I think that’s a canard.
Blog Guy, are you ever going to get over the fact that the word “canard” is duck in French, but a false rumor in English?
Probably not. Look, some of this animal spying stuff may be true. It’s well known that chimpanzees conducted the 2010 census and know everything about us. Maybe the chimps sent some ducks out for a gander.
Out for a gander, huh? But doesn’t it surprise you that they would choose ducks to be their spies?
Nah, ducks were notoriously nosey even back when I lived in Asia. You’ve never heard of peeking duck?
A duck is seen as demonstrators gather during a student rally against the government’s public education system in Santiago city September 22, 2011. The students are demanding for free and better state education, as well as for an end to profit-making in the public education system. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
A chimpanzee looks through a window at Gut Aiderbichl’s Sanctuary for Traumatized Chimpanzees and other Primates in Gaenserndorf, 50 kms (31 miles) northeast of Vienna, September 14, 2011. After three decades in captivity in tiny cages, 38 former laboratory chimpanzees were released to the new Gut Aiderbichl animal sanctuary, where they can spend the rest of their lives in peaceful retirement. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (A