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    Chris Colvard  4 months ago

    Goose doots on the boots…

    It’s a shame Frazz missed out on that one. He could’ve turned that into another money-making lyric.
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    Bilan  4 months ago

    You may have never heard of polar bears on the playground, but maybe nobody has ever lived to tell about it.

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    Josh Lyons  4 months ago

    Sound like something the late Dr. Seuss would come up with.

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    whiteheron  4 months ago

    Is she going clubbing?

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    Stuart Donaldson GC Insider 4 months ago

    Clearly they’re not in Philadelphia, where the Canada geese settled down ages ago.

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    sanderling75  4 months ago

    I knew that we would get to goose doots sooner or later. Been trending that way a long time.

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    cervelo  4 months ago

    Swans and geese are pretty cantankerous critters for sure. I remember my grandpa’s geese chasing me inside the house when we visited his farm.

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    Uncle Bob  4 months ago

    “Doot-doot-do-doot-doot, feelin groo-oovy!”

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    scherzo  4 months ago

    So this kid is smart enough to understand what led to the changes in migration patterns and habitat of Canada geese yet he’s so stupid that he doesn’t understand that seals and bears can’t fly to Michigan?

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    Night-Gaunt49  4 months ago

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    Hmm. Polar bears and Canada geese. It seems our neighbors to the north are getting the larger share of the shifting migration patterns. Or maybe just the larger share of the interesting wildlife. Or at least wildlife that might be interested in seals and play into my little pageant here.

    Speaking of getting the larger share, I expect Dr. Seuss’s “Hop On Pop” to hold off its new competitor “Doots on Boots” just fine.

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    Mary McNeil GC Insider 4 months ago

    Is this kid 8 ? 10 ? He’s not old enough to remember when geese came and went instead of hanging around all year.

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    JP Steve  4 months ago

    On behalf of Canadians everywhere, I apologize for doots on boots…

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