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Flathead eats swimming duck

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I've heard of this happening, but here is actual proof that it does.

I swear if you listen close you can hear the duck quack when it hits it.

Cool stuff

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I"m still rolling on the ground clinching mt sides from laughter

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I'm still checking my pulse

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that was good!

Well now that I've changed my drawers, thanks for the scare!! madgrin

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Nice setup. I turned the volume up and leaned forward to keep a close eye on the two ducks... and my heart is still pounding !

tweed

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My hearts pounding harder than it does when I hear line pealing off the real at midnight.

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That's terrifying! eek

laugh

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Wow, its 1am and I have to check my boxers. Got me good, I had the volume up and was leaning in consentrateing, thinking how can ya tell its a flathead...

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Smart alec!!!!!!

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Thanks for the heart attack Dtro and the [PoorWordUsage] pants and the computer full of coffee. eekeek

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I see this Youtube vid getting a ton of hits nationwide.

That wouldn't be the monkey you guys keep talking about, would it? Hans

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Good one! Lesson learned, always read the last post first..

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Sorry for spilling the beans- feel free to pull my post to keep up the fun. Hans

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MT. Dew cleanup in isle 11 please.

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my lord it pulled me in close cause it was so small then that man lol.

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Thankfully I have seen enough of these that I know when to be suspicious and I can anticipate it.

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