Saturday, 27 September 2003, 10:35:31 EDT

Wolven found the answer to the very odd duck question I posted a few days ago. Here it is:

In radio's heyday, Ish K. Bibble asked of Kay Kayser (on Kay Kayser's Kollege of Musical Knowledge) if he knew the difference between a duck. Kay allowed he didn't, and requested Ish to answer his own rhetorical question. Ish said: "The difference between a duck is that one of its legs is both the same."

Ish is also known for the following poem:

"I sneezed a sneeze into the air;
"It fell to earth I knew not where:
"But you should have seen the looks on those
"In whose vicinity I snoze!"


Sounds like Shell Silverstein to me.

Posted by Mr Frosti on Friday, 01 October 2004, 10:04:43 EDT.