Robert (gurdonark) wrote,
Robert
gurdonark

the duck's back

Usually, the water rolls right off, as it should.
Sometimes a few feathers get slightly soaked, and one must apply some internal steam dry apparatus, and shiver a bit, as if molting. It is very important not to get doused inside. The last thing anyone needs is help from a wet duck. I like being a largely desert-like mallard, but sometimes a trace of monsoon does ruffle the feathers.
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