Duckroll

What does duckroll mean?

To mislead someone

Duckroll is a means to mislead or trick someone. It is a prank where a person submits a link that appears to lead to a news story or something relevant but instead leads to a picture of a duck with wheels.

The term was created around 2006-07 in the image-board website "4chan." The duckroll prank gave birth to the infamous rickroll prank.

Example

"Have you ever been rick rolled?
Yes, several times, it's much worse than being duckrolled."
Image used to duckroll an unsuspecting victim

Image used to duckroll an unsuspecting victim

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Last Updated: May 23, 2017

Duckroll definition

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