It might be a duck

close up photo of a yellow rubber duck

In Japanese if you say 'Kamo kamo' it means 'it might be a duck'.

Maybes and mights, shoulds and shalls, coulds and woulds.

Make a decision and work from there, it's much easier than working with ifs and whens. Especially when other parties are involved and time is of the essence.

Here's Kamo Kamo by my favourite NZ band for you.

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