UNRAVELING THE IRONY OF 'GETTING YOUR DUCKS IN A ROW' - AN OBSERVATION ON LANGUAGE & HUMAN BEHAVIOR

In a lighthearted moment, Willy delivers a humorous observation, remarking on the common expression "getting your ducks in a row." With a playful tone, he questions the validity of the phrase, pointing out the irony that many people claim to have their affairs organized when, in reality, they seem to be unsure of the whereabouts of most of their metaphorical "ducks." Willy's witty remark highlights the quirks of language and human behavior, offering a humorous perspective on the idiosyncrasies of everyday expressions.