posted on Aug 14, 2010, 07 pm

My Comments:

psudonym, Aug 14, 2010, 07 pm

And so, here it is. The Question Duck site is online.

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Got a question you wanna ask? A suggestion? Fanart? Send em here!

Your Comments:

hiruda, Aug 14, 2010, 07 pm

LOLOLOL this is really cute and funnny XDD
I love non sequitur XD

seiseii, Aug 14, 2010, 08 pm

Golly. This is such a lovely comic. ;-; It deserves way more fans.

Paliana, Aug 14, 2010, 11 pm

This comic is so cute XD and I love how it's progressively gaining more detail in the art, but still remains so simple :D

longyear (Guest), Aug 14, 2010, 11 pm


Jedigal16, Aug 15, 2010, 08 am


Question duck FTW!

sundaylunch, Aug 15, 2010, 11 am

Why is this comic so amazing?

Mindwipe (Guest), Aug 15, 2010, 02 pm


Schorhr, Aug 22, 2010, 12 pm


piebomb500, Aug 26, 2010, 01 am

I am going to annoyingly try to answer this...

I think the saying was coined by Shakespeare, in A Midsummer Night's Dream. Not sure about either though.

eishiya, Sep 06, 2010, 09 am

Actually, it's older than Shakespeare. The Dog Days were named in Roman times (if not earlier) because the Dog Star, Sirius, would rise above the horizon around this time. They were notable as the hottest days, so people bothered to name them.

...I don't like replying to older comics. I am so sorry D:

Rikki (Guest), Mar 22, 2011, 09 pm


In my 6th grade English class our teacher would ask us questions like this and we would have to make up an explanation for the saying/phrase for extra credit. (Kind of like Balderdash.) This was a question I won. :)

And I think the explanations to these questions are just as funny, people will believe anything if someone says it with confidence! xD
"Polar bears are born brown but the snow turns their fur white by the time they are 2 weeks old".

Yay for posting on old comics!

Totema (Guest), Apr 13, 2011, 01 am

ANOTHER THEORY: Intense sunlight makes the "sun dog" phenomenon more common.

ColourfulGoldfish, Jul 27, 2011, 12 pm

Another theory

Maybe it's because another name for summer days are "lazy summer days" and we often refer to dogs as lazy?

I donno XD

Kelly (Guest), Nov 05, 2011, 02 pm

Agreed with Paliana.

Yay for ducks, and yay for simplicity!

Yangyexin, Feb 24, 2012, 09 am

I don't know what i find more interesting -- The questions you ask, or the new things I find out in the answers :)

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