• UGLY DUCKLING, where a goose egg gets
misplaced into a
chicken's nest, and the goose
gets raised as a
chicken. But I was thinking,
what if instead of a
chicken's nest...
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    • I'm... pretty sure he was misplaced into a DUCK's nest. That's why it's called the ugly DUCKling.
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    • Are we gonna ignore the fact that this ducks eats zebra
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    • Imagine if animals got their young confused easily, and we saw an elephant raised by a golden retriever.
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    • Goose is even more lethal after years of training with crocodiles
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    • Wasn’t it a swan in a duck’s nest?
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    • What’re you doing step-croc?
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    • Wholesome
      Bong_Man 24 jul
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    • This implies that they managed to turn the goose into a carnivore
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    • What are you doing step croc?
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    • It was a swan in a duck’s nest. Not a goose in a chicken’s nest.
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    • “Everyone knows the story”... doesn’t know that it was a swan in a ducks nest.
      sfooz 25 jul
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    • What if the croc was in a ducks nest. “I can’t even fly like the rest of y’all sis”. “It’s ok bro I won’t leave you behind we can just stay at this lake together”.
      MHWGG 25 jul
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    • Wait this thing just said the ugly DUCKLING is a story about a GOOSE in a CHICKEN nest
      Jcralb 25 jul
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    • Why would the story be called ugly duckling if it was raised by chickens? They got BOTH the birds wrong. It was a swan egg misplaces in a DUCK nest.
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    • Why in fucks name would it be called ugly duckling if it was a goose in a chickens nest.
      ryno1ni 25 jul
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    • This is kinda like that lamb or something that wanted to be a wolf. I forgot the name of that movie
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    • The fuck? Its called the ugly DUCKLING not CHICK. Why would anyone think the egg was put in a chicken nest
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    • I would watch this movie
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    • This is the origin story of the goose from the untitled goose game.
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    • Step gator what are you doing
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    • 12/10 She’ll get there eventually! You got this sister!
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    • Umm.... it's called the ugly duckling because it was a SWAN in a DUCK nest. Baby swans are ugly af but become sexy beasts.
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    • Amazing brother caring for his sister even though she’s a little different.
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    • Swan egg in a duck nest, bro.
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    • Wait in the original the ugly duckling was planted into the nest, so does that mean that his mom was trying to get her un-alived?
      Jacob1700 24 jul
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    • I approve
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    • "What are you doing Step-Gator?"
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    • They called it the Ugly Duckling, but then said chicken’s nest. Wtf
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    • It’d be better imo if there was one more panel of the goose just absolutely going to town on the zebra leg with blood splattered all over it
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    • Am I the only one who noticed that the text says the ugly DUCKLING but the author describes the story as a goose egg being put in a CHICKEN'S nest?
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    • Well the story actually is about a swan egg that is mixed in with a mother ducks eggs.
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    • "Wow step-gator, your my favorite..."
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    • Isn’t the whole point was that it was in a family of ducks
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    • The ugly duckling was a swan
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    • Umm I'm pretty sure it's a. Swan in a duck nest
      kayliew05 24 jul
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    • Ah yes. Ugly duckling was planted in a chickens nest
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    • That’s adorable dude id watch a movie if it was made into one
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    • ... And then he became part of your McChicken.
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    • It’s a SWAN in a DUCK’S nest. Hence “The Ugly DUCKLING.”
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    • ariforo42 25 jul
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    • "EVERYONE KNOWS THE STORY OF THE UGLY DUCKLING RAISED BY CHICKENS!!!"
      ariforo42 25 jul
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    • Wow really
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    • That's not a goose. It's a swan
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    • The duck is carnivorous
      Prindle 24 jul
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    • Wincest
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    • I always thought it was a duck nest
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    • Never knew it was about a goose egg mix up, I thought it was a actually ugly duckling
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    • I was at the lake the other day and there was a duck with a family of geese. It was the funniest thing watching the duck following this family of geese around all day
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    • This bird was likely raised by crocodiles given how violent she is
      Boat_Man 24 jul
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    • Wow the version I learned is all wrong I learn that there was no misplacing of the eggs are soon all the swans where beautiful except the one it was considered ugly. Soon the swan became more beautiful then the others I guess I just learned don’t worry about being the late bloomer version 1/2
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    • Cool
      Zazery25 25 jul
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    • So an odd thing about Crocodiles and some birds birds is when both lay their eggs on lands, they'll both protect each others eggs. Birds can fend off multiple small predators, while Crocodiles will fend off larger animals for the birds
      DorpDude 25 jul
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    • Crocodiles are known to eat their young aren’t they?
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    • Chickens nest?
      jairolish 25 jul
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    • Its was a swan egg. Cuz swan babies are ugly af
      Soridormi 25 jul
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    • Yum
      ds_fox 24 jul
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    • 0 to real shit real quick
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    • I mean, she bit hard af. She might be able to puncture something at that rate
      Kiriyo 25 jul
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    • I'm afraid it's the law I post this:
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    • If I was the goose I would be retarded.
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    • dumbass nigga doesnt even know the fable, fake asf
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    • It was a swan...in a duck nest...
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    • First of all it was a swan egg and second of all it was misplaced in a ducks nest
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    • YALLLLL THE POST IS MEANT TO SAY GOOSE AND CHICKEN NOT SWAN AND DUCK lmao
      Quartknee 25 jul
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    • honestly a touching story
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    • No it was a baby swan to a ducks nest.
      GlGGLES 28 jul
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    • I thought it was a swan egg in a goose nest? because at the end the parents (beautiful swans) come back and get him? showing that even though some people think you’re ugly, others might find you beautiful?
      Quoes 27 jul
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    • Me with a shotgun
      oneboie 27 jul
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    • Wait...I thought it was a swan in a goose nest. Or was it ducks 🤔 eh same family 😂
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    • Awww!....Wait a fucking minute...
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    • Its literally called the ugly duckling and the birds a swan. How the fuck did u get goose and chicken
      xx4444xx_ 27 jul
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    • I'm crying
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    • but what if it was a opossum (or something like that) bring raised by crocodiles
      GaIaxyCat 27 jul
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    • First of all it’s a swan and ducks, not a goose and chickens. Wtf. This is the same interpretation that atheists give the Bible.
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    • Chicken's nest, huh? The title is the Ugly DUCKLING...not the Ugly Chick. That particular story is the story of my LIFE!
      Ddad 27 jul
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    • It was a swan in a duck’s nest idiot. Goose in a chicken’s nest? Wtf?
      Anachin 27 jul
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    • Is it me or does it seem like the crocs were more hospitable towards there bird sibling than the birds were
      Cel7 27 jul
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    • Why would it be called "The Ugly DUCKling" if it were a chickens nest
      PennName 27 jul
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    • Yeah it was a swan in a duck nest
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    • What? The ugly duckling is about a duck that gets put into a swan nest
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    • Stepbro
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    • Isn’t the ugly duckling about a swan being put in a duck nest so ya know the name makes sense?
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    • Very wholesome
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    • Wow, thanks step bro
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    • I thought it was ducks
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    • The ugly duckling, goose egg, chicken nest???
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    • How about the other way around? A crock raised by ducks
      FCK_FRS 27 jul
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    • “The ugly ducking” *goose and chicken* dumbass
      FRolfie 27 jul
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    • get you a supportive croc bro
      friesbro 27 jul
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    • Hay step-sis
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    • Alligator eggs like turtle and snake are very soft and squishy and usually buried either above or below ground.
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    • :D
      MlemFox 27 jul
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    • Chicken... duckling... ugly... chicken... ?
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    • lol
      thedog12 27 jul
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