Friday, January 02, 2009

if it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it must be a Panda

Ya know it was bad enough when all of the cows had male voices in “Barnyard,“ but I watched Kung Fu Panda this afternoon, and the Panda's father was a DUCK.

Could we at least stay in the SAME animal family, people, so as not to totally screw up the little kids?


There was one cool line from the movie I liked, “One often meets his destiny on the road he takes to avoid it.”

4 comments:

BRUNO said...

An' I guess the BULLS in the story were all beefy, had moustaches, and were named Mary, too.......???

I've noticed too, that COWS are almost always "adaptable" to whatever gender is needed for the moment.(The contented California-Cows commercial is an exception!)

Hey, why watch "real-life" programming, as they call it? I like the animated-version---I already know how the REAL-version will turn out.....!!!

Shrinky said...

That sure goes a long way towards explaining as to why Pandas are in such short supply..

*Goddess* said...

LOL! Indeed it does, Shrinky!

I love the animated stuff, too, Bruno. With every thing that's going on in the world, it's a nice escape.

The Future Was Yesterday said...

Shrinky: ROTFLMAO!!!!

Gotta take in all types of sexuality now days. Marriage isn't just between a Panda and a Duck anymore, regardless the reproductive difficulties.

"“One often meets his destiny on the road he takes to avoid it.”"

Boy, if that isn't the truth! I gotta swipe that.