#1
Ok so this guy i know told me and some friends a riddle kinda joke thing. It's been bugging us all day. The question is: "What is the difference between a duck?"

The "easy" answer is apparently one is a verb and one is a noun, but i don't know the "hard" answer.

Any ideas, pit?
#7
It's a not a real riddle. It's just to **** with ya.
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#8
There is none, they're both the same.
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#11
Dude, the joke goes
"What's the difference between a sick mallard and you?
One is a duck with a cold... I don't remember how it finishes but your mother is a *****"
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#12
Quote by HighPotency
Ok so this guy i know told me and some friends a riddle kinda joke thing. It's been bugging us all day. The question is: "What is the difference between a duck?"

If you look at the sentence, there is no difference between "a" and "duck"

It would have to be rephrased as "What is the difference between a difference duck?"

/thread
#13
Quote by FlyingV666
Dude, the joke goes
"What's the difference between a sick mallard and you?
One is a duck with a cold... I don't remember how it finishes but your mother is a *****"

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