Donald Dialogue: What’s The Big Idea?

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Have you ever thought to yourself, “Boy, I wonder if I could talk and sound like Donald Duck”? We knew it. We have, too. So we set out on a mission. During our quest to find out more about this dynamic duck, we went digging through the Disney archives. After hours of getting lost, we stumbled upon the official list of Duck Language. Donald has some of the best one-liners ever and this list proves it. G’wan! Read them! Practical duck dialogue:

Donald Duck Dialogue

 

There are tons (trust us, tons) of life situations in which you could rely on a little Donald-ness to 2.0 your everyday conversations. To get you thinking about it, we’ll offer this idea: Use duck dialogue while you’re in the kitchen.

Donald Duck Cooking

Any one of these expressions would work, so take your pick:

“See? Nothing to it!” (Shows confidence and humility.)

“Oe-Oh- what’s this?” (A more fun way to admit you’re confused.)

“This is a fine kettle of fish!” (Situational, but we’re sure it’s a metaphor for something that you could embellish upon for dramatic effect.)

“You big palooka!” (Real talk: we don’t totally know what this means, but we’ve made a vow to try and use it in our daily lives as much as possible.)

 

Now that you have mastered duck language, it’s time we reveal the most quack-tacular element yet: steps to actually sound like a duck from Donald himself. We challenge you to try as many of the aforementioned duck phrases in your best duck voice. We’re just going to leave this here to help you:
Donald Duck Learn How To Talk Like Him

Now that we’ve given you all the tools you need to impress your friends (and any duck-obsessed strangers you encounter), you’re pretty much set for life. Make sure you do a good job or you know what Donald would say: Get goin’ you doggone windbag!

 

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