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Monday, Feb. 24, 2003/10:31 AM

Duk's Arse

Sneaky little buggers

Bears cause chaos while posing as other animals

Some bears disguise themselves as other animals just so they can run around causing trouble and not be blamed.

Duk knew there was something odd about his new found feathered friend. At first he attributed the 'stumbling' and 'bumbling' to a strange type of waddle but soon it became clear something was wrong with his new bird buddy.

After his suspicions were aroused he grabbed the beak of the 'apparent duck' and pulled... something akin to the last scene of a Scooby Doo cartoon. There infront of him was a Bear. A bear in duck clothing. A bear who was out to cause as much mischief as possible and blame it all on Ducks...What we call Jumping on the birdwagon" - thanks holly!


You have been warned.


Holly had to ask. What is a Gonk? The receptionist at J Walter Thompson in New York claims to have an entire collection of "Gonks". Every Christmas she makes a little winter scene out of cotton wool and tin foil (an ice skating rink). The Gonks stand around, presumably singing carols and exchanging gifts. The problem is... I think they are Troll Dolls! They are plastic with bright hair. Gonk's are all hair and were given away at fair grounds when all the gold fish had died.



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