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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #2 - Titanasgr
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(05/26/2012) [-]
Just kidding, there was no candy in the van. Only duck tape.
#4 to #2 - prinzvegeta
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(05/26/2012) [-]
User avatar #3 to #2 - hardtuner
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(05/26/2012) [-]
*duct.
#29 to #3 - biggieboy
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(05/26/2012) [-]
Did you know that it was originally called "duck tape", because of its waterproof properties? It was used to seal off ammo crates. Afterwards the army used it for all kinds of purposes, including taping ducts together. From then on, people called it duct tape.
User avatar #31 to #29 - hardtuner
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(05/26/2012) [-]
thx for the useless information, i can use this to annoy my friends.

btw, i really appreciate it.
User avatar #5 to #3 - mrmcdubley
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(05/26/2012) [-]
Suprisingly, duck tape is a brand of duct tape.
User avatar #6 to #5 - hardtuner
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(05/26/2012) [-]
O.o ok, i am silent...
#51 to #6 - danielthedims
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(05/26/2012) [-]
In addition; The proper name IS actually Duck Tape. It was invented under WWII (Of what i remember), and was used to seal crates, and stuff like that because it had to be carried over rivers and creeks. The army named it "Duck Tape" because it was waterproof from the outside, like a ducks feather coating.
#62 to #51 - anon id: 6959ece7
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(05/27/2012) [-]
It was used in WWII, but it was created for sealing ducts. That is why it was made water proof, and called duct tape
#63 to #62 - lordmoldywart
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(05/27/2012) [-]