An American Life Insurance company that has a line of commercials featuring a duck that mysteriously acquires the abnormally-loud voice of Gilbert Godfried. The unnamed duck can only say the name of the Life Insurance company he, for some unexplained reason, endorses: "Aflac." The duck has the ability to appear anywhere in the world where a Life Insurance-related conversation is taking place. However, no human can actually hear his "advice."
: Now, act like a duck!
a company with a funny duck who says aflac as a slogan. aflac as an interjection can be used as well when you can't think of something to say, but you know you should talk.
#1: Maxzilla where's your homework?
What this duck says in a commercial. Also used in social situations when somebody says something embarrassing or socially awkward and you want to break the silence.
(A group of people are chatting)
Dave: Did any of you ever know that I have three testicles?
Rest of group: ............
(Long awkward pause)
A health insurance company who has a duck for a mascot that says "AFLAC!!!"
The Logo for an insurance company.
The logo is a DUCK!
Your boot so old it look like its about to say AFLAC!!