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posted on Jan 17, 2014, 03 am

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psudonym, Jan 17, 2014, 03 am

We're back!

At least once a week, every week! I hope!

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Your Comments:

Almightyra, Jan 17, 2014, 03 am

because it has basic material in it which is like acid, so it breaks down stuff, except you don't feel it

GabrielsThoughts, Jan 17, 2014, 11 am

The bacon fat is turned into a base, and your sweat is acidic so there's a chemical reaction that suds up and removes... yeah, how does hat work?

Master_72, Jan 17, 2014, 04 pm

Gasp! Question Duck uploads, then follows up with another in less than a month!? What is this madness?

Margareet (Guest), Jan 18, 2014, 05 am

Eeeeeeee. Just discovered Question Duck and I really hope you continue to draw! It's so endearing and your style is fantastic. <3 I want my own little personal QD to join me on all my adventures.

Centropyge (Guest), Jan 19, 2014, 08 pm

Ooh! I think I know this one! Water is a polar molecule, while oil is nonpolar. Polar and nonpolar molecules don't mix, so when you run water over something oily, the oil is very slow to come off. Soap has the special property of being both polar and nonpolar at the same time, so it can bond with the oil and then bond with the water to be carried away, along with the oil it bonded to. Soap is also slippery, so it can make surfaces slick and difficult for dirt particles to stick to.

... At least I think that's how it goes.

The_Hankerchief, Jan 19, 2014, 11 pm

The Duck is baaaaack

A Fan (Guest), Jan 24, 2014, 01 pm

He looks sad!

Is Question Duck sad because soap is used to save ducks from oil spills?

SarahBeth57, Jan 25, 2014, 07 am

The question vexed him

Unclever title, Jun 02, 2014, 07 am

@Centropyge

Sounds right to me. It's also the reason why soap and water form bubbles.

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