Good morning,

“… or depending on when you see this, good afternoon, good evening, or good night!”
It’s as if the 1998 movie The Truman Show was written to be featured on a blog, isn’t it?
I wonder how many movie poster/-still duckifications the duck and I will execute before our creative laziness gets the better of us. This time we decided to go with a movie set on an island (a place where we wouldn’t have minded enduring the intense heat of the past few days), with a story that, at its core, is about finding the true meaning of life. Maybe, if I get better at meditating, the duck and I will have an equally illuminating experience as Truman does in this sequence. Aaaanyway, here’s our newest the-duck-in-famous-movies concept:

(I used a Truman Show movie poster I found online as a reference. Maybe you know it?)
Have you seen The Truman Show and know what the pictured moment is about? Can you think of any equally life-changing revelations you’ve had? For the duck and me, the first time we understood our love for matcha came close.

2 thoughts on “Good morning,

  1. Nope, Not Pam says:

    Great movie, one of the few I watched and felt sorry for the main character. Similar moment, not really but I felt very emphatic for the character. Still trying to find some matcha to try though, so perhaps my moment is coming 😊. I might try drawing a portrait of duck in the coming weeks🦆

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    • I agree! It’s always nice to hear from someone who shares the duck and my appreciation for a movie. We hope you’ll love matcha as much as we do once you’ve tried it (though it can be somewhat of an acquired taste for some). Also, the duck just blushed and is now dancing around the room excitedly! 😀

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