Rubber Ducky you’re the One, you make bathtime so much fun. D-O-N-A-L-D D-U-C-K DUCK. Two very famous jingles. Ok, so maybe the second one isn’t so famous. It’s from an episode of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse where Donald takes over and everything goes horribly wrong.
But sometimes when you’re talking about ducks, everything doesn’t go horribly wrong. It’s rare I know, considering all the duck related disasters throughout history: the Duckinberg Zeppelin, the Tacoma Ducks Bridge Collapse, the Duck Francisco Earthquake, the Mount St. Duckens Volcano. The list of duck related disasters just goes on and on, but no more. Now we have some good duck related news. And wouldn’t you know it, the good news comes from Disney.
Rubba Ducks are in the house. Specifically, the Boathouse Restaurant at Disney Springs and this is a toy worthy of being in a Disney gift shop. Rubba Ducks are some nice rubber ducks. Now I don’t remember much about my rubber ducky when I was young, but I remember a lot about the bath toys my daughter had and has. Have you ever noticed the little hole in the bottom. I didn’t think much about them until I saw the dark stuff growing inside. Mold!! Yuck! Not with Rubba Ducks. Rubba Ducks are sealed with weights in the bottom, so they always float upright and don’t get all yucky inside. And you have to see the details in this rubber ducks. We got Mr. and Mrs. Duckbells, a cute little bride and groom duck. From the veil on Mrs. Duckbells to the bright red corsage on Mr. Duckbells, these are ducks worthy of collectors.
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Disclaimer: I received complimentary product to facilitate this review. Regardless, all opinions expressed are still 100% my own.