Jeep Ducking (Duck Duck Jeep)

conFUcius

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Heard of the Jeep Wave, seen the Jeep Wave, and abide by the Jeep Wave.

That being said, I’ve been seeing a lot of these rubber ducks popping up on Jeeps in my area (North Carolina). Can someone explain this whole “duck duck Jeep” or “Jeep Ducking” thing?





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Just not getting it.
 

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Thank you for posting this. I found one of these ducks with the words pandemic scribbled on it, placed in between my handle last week.

Contrary to the mission goal, I was left very annoyed, wondering who had committed criminal mischief and what were they trying to solicit?

Forcing rubber ducks on people’s vehicles is a really bad idea. This behavior is very asinine and shows that anyone who acts on it is intellectually stupid, mentally handicapped, doesn’t fully think things thru, makes poor decisions and motivates others to do so. They’re morons in the finest sense of the word.

If you come across these morons, let them know to not touch my Jeep. Thank you.
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Thank you for posting this. I found one of these ducks with the words pandemic scribbled on it, placed in between my handle last week.

Contrary to the mission goal, I was left very annoyed, wondering who had committed criminal mischief and what were they trying to solicit?

Forcing rubber ducks on people’s vehicles is a really bad idea. This behavior is very asinine and shows that anyone who acts on it is intellectually stupid, mentally handicapped, doesn’t fully think things thru, makes poor decisions and motivates others to do so. They’re morons in the finest sense of the word.

If you come across these morons, let them know to not touch my Jeep. Thank you.
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Perhaps JK owners are jealous that their Jeeps don’t have many Easter eggs...?

They can have mine.
 

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Forcing rubber ducks on people’s vehicles is a really bad idea. This behavior is very asinine and shows that anyone who acts on it is intellectually stupid, mentally handicapped, doesn’t fully think things thru, makes poor decisions and motivates others to do so. They’re morons in the finest sense of the word.
Oh come on Kevin! Tell us how you really feel. ;)

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it's similar to "The Jeep Mafia" where they are placing a Koozie on your Jeep then sharing over social media. http://www.thejeepmafia.com/
Not sure what I think of the idea of someone slapping A koozie on our vehicle, however, I do totally agree with them on the March for the 22.
 

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Thank you for posting this. I found one of these ducks with the words pandemic scribbled on it, placed in between my handle last week.

Contrary to the mission goal, I was left very annoyed, wondering who had committed criminal mischief and what were they trying to solicit?

Forcing rubber ducks on people’s vehicles is a really bad idea. This behavior is very asinine and shows that anyone who acts on it is intellectually stupid, mentally handicapped, doesn’t fully think things thru, makes poor decisions and motivates others to do so. They’re morons in the finest sense of the word.

If you come across these morons, let them know to not touch my Jeep. Thank you.
"Playful" people like that annoy the shit out of me. If you want to do that stuff with your friends, have at it, not a ducking peep from me.

But don't get familiar with me. Or my Jeep.
 

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"Playful" people like that annoy the shit out of me. If you want to do that stuff with your friends, have at it, not a ducking peep from me.

But don't get familiar with me. Or my Jeep.
I love the many people from the Jeep community but when people start touching your Jeep with this “your Jeep is my Jeep mentality” I almost lose it. Short story but about four years ago I came out of Lowe’s and low and behold a man had disengaged the clutch on my winch and pulled some of the cable out. I literally almost lost my shit. The response was “relax, I’m thinking about getting one on my Jeep and wanted to check it out”
 

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