Aloha Quackbar: Internet swaps rubber duckies in ISIS photos (14 photos)

Members of an image-based bulletin board community hit the troll button hard last week on the global ISIS terror organization via a little duck inspired photoshop.

Starting sometime around Nov.23, the call went out on 4Chan’s /s4s/ board with a rallying cry of, “How about castrating the image of IS by replacing the faces on ALL their propaganda photos with bath ducks.”

And the fowl images started pouring in like a waterfall.

Here are some of the best of the flock.

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