Welcome to Duck Duck Jeep SA
What started off as a prank in the USA, has blown over to South Africa and Jeeps are being “ducked” all over!
“Ducking Jeeps” is the latest craze to hit the tight-knit Jeep community. The concept is very simple: Jeep owners buy some rubber ducks, write some messages or drawings (“tattoo’s”) on them, and leave them on or in other Jeeps — just to make other Jeep owners smile.
The trend seems to be taking off rapidly, with lots of active Facebook pages, Twitter and Instagram profiles devoted to Jeep ducking created in just the last month. There have also been countless Instagram posts created showing “ducked’ Jeeps and people out ‘ducking’ posted recently.
So how does it work?
Here’s how to play Duck, Duck, Jeep in South Africa.
The mission is kindness, fun, and a little creativity during the worldwide pandemic that is still continuously going on around us. Ducking Jeeps was started by Allison Parliament and a Giant Yellow Rubber Duck in Bancroft Ontario which then switched over to Canadian Rubber Ducks and has now landed in South Africa, proudly brought to you first by #4x4JunkiesZA
It’s simple! All you need is a Rubber Duck of your choosing marked with the tattoo’s and add some hashtags like #duckduckjeepsa, #duckingjeepssa, #duckedSA, #ddjSA. Now attach a tag so the “duckee” at least knows what has just happened. Get your own free tag sheet below.
Place the Duck on a Jeep! Doesn’t matter what kind of Jeep, just make sure it is visible to the owner!
Once “ducked,” if the “duckee” wishes, they can take up the cause of spreading a little joy to other Jeep drivers.
pssst… click the button below to download a printable Tag Sheet to attach to your Ducks!