YSaC, Vol. 1671: Ducky Dodgers

2014 February 28

Ducky dragon



I have a bread dragon and he comes with his lamp and his cage and his two feeding blows and his name is ducky and he is also comes with is log and he is a good boy he is friendly and his fee askin for 76 or 65 and I had him since he was 7 months and please don’t flag and if u want more pictures of him just email me thank you my name is Jen

Bread dragon?

Bread dragon?

I got your bread dragon right here!

(You’re just lucky I didn’t go with Ducky from “Sixteen Candles”.)

Thanks, Ralph!

36 Responses leave one →
  1. 2014 February 28
    MissMommyNiceNice permalink

    I’m not sure I can censure feeding blows for bread dragons. Sure, it seems innocent enough, but before you know it you’ll be asking me to take the log too! And it’s awfully early for rubber nipple references.

    Adores: 2
    • 2014 February 28
      Windrose permalink

      It’s Log! It’s Log! It’s big, it’s heavy, it’s wood!

      Adores: 5
      • 2014 February 28
        One Moving Violation permalink

        It’s log! It’s log! It’s better than bad, it’s good!

        Adores: 4
        • 2014 February 28
          MissMommyNiceNice permalink

          Now I know it will roll in pairs and down stairs and over the neighbors’ dog, but how does it feel about bread dragons?

          Adores: 2
      • 2014 February 28

        “One day my log will have something to say about this. My log saw something that night”

        Adores: 3
  2. 2014 February 28
    CapnMac permalink

    [corey parenthetical]
    If it helps anyone’s snark, the lizard is called a “bearded dragon.”

    Yeah, I got nothing, too.
    [/corey]

    Adores: 6
  3. 2014 February 28

    Duck the breaded dragon lives in his cage.
    We’ve come to blows when feeding him since seven months of age.

    Adores: 17
    • 2014 February 28
      camille permalink

      Little Sparky Sparkerson
      Loved that breaded Duck,
      And when he had to sell him off
      Poor Sparky said, “Oh ….”

      Adores: 13
      • 2014 February 28
        One Moving Violation permalink

        Heh heh heh. You said “…”

        Adores: 5
  4. 2014 February 28
    MissMommyNiceNice permalink

    Ducky Dragon is the name of my Imagine Dragons children’s music cover band. Their biggest hit is “76 or 65″.

    Adores: 4
  5. 2014 February 28

    Ducky dragon, you’re the one!
    You make bathtime…terrifying!!

    Adores: 12
    • 2014 February 28
      nojazzhere permalink

      “I’d like to buy a comma, Pat….in fact, I’d like to buy twelve or thirteen…..”

      “I’d like to solve the puzzle..

      A BREAD DRAGON AND HIS TWO FEEDING BLOWS”

      Adores: 8
      • 2014 February 28
        Bombdude permalink

        A feeding blow… I just can’t picture it. Is that where you ask for the sammich first?

        Edit: Aaaaaaaand nesting fail.

        Adores: 3
  6. 2014 February 28

    Bread dragons are easy to defeat because they’re weak to fire magic and burn easily. Also a good sharp sword will really slice them up.

    Adores: 5
    • 2014 February 28
      camille permalink

      Dragon, you are toast!

      Adores: 8
    • 2014 February 28
      One Moving Violation permalink

      And never get them wet. Eww.

      Adores: 3
    • 2014 February 28

      But great with butter and jam!

      Adores: 1
  7. 2014 February 28
    Yancy permalink

    I hope this guy’s open to negotiation. He asks for $76 or $65, but I don’t want to pay anything less than $90 or more than $50.

    Of course maybe I shouldn’t presume he wants dollars. I’ve got probably about 65 VHS tapes with random crap my wife recorded in high school and college. Maybe he’d take that as currency?

    Adores: 8
  8. 2014 February 28
    Windrose permalink

    This is a full bread dragon. He is a good boy. He takes his feeding blows and his log without complaint. Please don’t flag this ad. Kill it with fire.

    Adores: 7
  9. 2014 February 28
    tigprincess permalink

    Thank you my name is tig and I’ve never come to feeding blows. I’ve had me since I was tiny and I’m a good girl. I hate flags.

    Adores: 1
  10. 2014 February 28
    One Moving Violation permalink

    Beer Batter dragons are better at feeding blows than Bread dragons any day of the week except someday and any day beginning with the letter X, Y, or Z.

    Adores: 1
  11. 2014 February 28

    So many questions. Does Ducky the Bread Dragon like having his food blown at him? (Or possibly “up”, let’s face it, it could go either way.)

    Thanks for telling us you’ve had Ducky since he was seven months old, SparkyJen. It would probably be more useful to tell us how old he is now. (Eight months?)

    How do you tell if a bread dragon is friendly? It makes you toast? It doesn’t make you toast?

    How old is SparkyJen, anyway? I’m hearing this in the voice of a seven-year-old on sugar and artificial colouring, which probably doesn’t help my comprehension levels.

    Adores: 5
  12. 2014 February 28
    P-Rex permalink

    My name is ducky.
    I am a good boy.
    I have my very own lamp and I know how to rub it.
    My Genie Pig makes me bread sammiches.
    I am what I eat.
    Sometimes what he feeds me blows.
    My dragon’s log cagedate is 76 or 65.
    All your flag are belong to us.

    -Flowers for Jen

    Adores: 5
    • 2014 February 28
      zero.nada.none. permalink

      “Flowers for Al.Jen.None”????

      Adores: 5
  13. 2014 February 28
    Ralph permalink

    I bred bread dragons once. When I went in the kitchen, there were hatchers in the rye.

    Feeding them blow when young results in reptile dysfunction — the vet fees are expensive for curing addiction when their ass is dragon.

    54 – 40 or Fight! We’re off to see the lizard.

    And whya no chicken?

    Adores: 7
  14. 2014 February 28
    Brer Fox permalink

    I have a bread dragon

    But what kind of bread?
    White Dragon?
    Wheat Dragon?
    Rye Dragon?
    Pumpernickel Dragon?
    English Muffin Dragon?
    Winter Bagel Dragon?
    Sesame Seed Bun Dragon?
    Old Fashioned Glazed Cake Donut Dragon?

    Oh wait, I just got it. It’s a Dried Up Stale Loaf Of What Has Been Broken Into Little Pieces That You Use To Make Turkey Dressing Or Take Down To The Park And Feed To A Ducky Bread Dragon.

    Adores: 4
  15. 2014 February 28
    One Moving Violation permalink

    I used to have a bread dragon like you, then I took a sparrow in the knee.”

    Adores: 4
    • 2014 February 28
      Windrose permalink

      African or European?

      Adores: 5
      • 2014 February 28
        meeshybee permalink

        Or Laden African or Laden European?

        Adores: 0
  16. 2014 February 28
    Hugo permalink

    Oh, what a cute little green bread dragon.
    Just what I always wanted. My own little bread dragon.
    I will name him George, and I will hug him and pet him and squeeze him…
    …and pat him and pet him and…
    I will make him the best frizbee-disc-thrower on the block.

    Adores: 2
  17. 2014 February 28
    Windrose permalink

    Hugo, if the bread is green, chances are you should throw it instead of a frizbee.

    Adores: 1
    • 2014 February 28
      One Moving Violation permalink

      It’s a penicillin dragon.

      Adores: 3
  18. 2014 February 28
    Irregular Fractal permalink

    Consummate Vs!

    Adores: 3
  19. 2014 March 1
    MmmYarn permalink

    I actually laughed out loud over the picture of the bread dragon… thanks much for making my evening!

    Adores: 1
  20. 2014 March 15
    Pamela permalink

    TROGDOR!

    Adores: 0
  21. 2014 June 13
    Lauren permalink

    ducky is from Pretty in Pink, not 16 candles

    Adores: 0

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