Photo Challenge: Variations on a Theme

Ducks 21.01 (3)

“Hey sister, help me get that feather out of my beak.”

“”I don’t have time for trivialities, I am talking to the boys.”

“And what about me. They have ignored me. I want to talk to the boys as well.”

“They are not interested. They said you look silly with a feather stuck to your beak.”

“Of course I do, but the darned thing won’t go away. What are you quacking with those boy ducks.”

“None of your business, its egg talk.*

“It’s always egg talk with them. They only have eggs in mind. Now if I could only get rid of this stupid feather.”

Photo Challenge: Variations on a Theme

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