Trevor Mallard's wire posts

    • Trevor Mallard

      By Trevor Mallard

      @ValHelwing Two could play this game all night since the duck did not move nor turn his stare away. He only narrowed his eyes at the crow's attempt to look cool.

      • Trevor Mallard

        By Trevor Mallard

        @ValHelwing Trevor gives him a long disapproving stare.

        • Trevor Mallard

          By Trevor Mallard

          @Carol "I don't think breakfast is going to stop the rage he's displaying. I had to lock him in our office."

          • Trevor Mallard

            By Trevor Mallard

            @barkybarkwoof "That was the fashion at the time for the high class and you were expected to dress appropriately. I've only had to wear such clothing when visiting my betrothed's family. I was a poor farming lad so didn't have such things."

            • Trevor Mallard

              By Trevor Mallard

              "Oh my. SHUSH is in an uproar right now. I thought there was a werewolf barreling through the halls but it was the Chief Agent. And my partner is angry about what he read about Carol. I've also never heard such language from one of our pilots before...More

              • Trevor Mallard

                By Trevor Mallard

                Poor Trevor is trying to get their attention that eating the toffee is a bad idea. He still couldn't open his bill no matter how hard he tried.

                • Trevor Mallard

                  By Trevor Mallard

                  @Negaduck "Yes it is. But it's the most sticky toffee I've ever had." After several chews he realized he couldn't get the toffee unstuck from the inside of his mouth and that he suddenly couldn't get his bill open. That's when the panic happened....More

                  • Trevor Mallard

                    By Trevor Mallard

                    "Oh boy! Toffee!"

                    • Trevor Mallard

                      By Trevor Mallard

                      @drakemallard "Oh dear. I have some herbs that could help you with that."

                      • Trevor Mallard

                        By Trevor Mallard

                        Watching the chocolate store burn to the ground. "All that chocolate...Melted and gone. This is terrible!" Nevermind the citizens fleeing in terror in the background this the true tragedy.