it means you are supposed to duck cos they might be throwing something at you
This is mostly heard of in the centre and western England as well as Wales. To call someone a duck is the same as calling them 'love' or 'dear'. For example: 'Oh I'm sorry duck, I didn't see you there'. You might refer to a child as a duckling instead of a duck.
It means you are thinking or doing something outside the box - outside normal behavior. You are being a "wild duck" instead of a tame duck. Not necessarily bad, depends on the context of how it was used.
When someone calls you a crab, they mean that you are cranky or grumpy.
when someone calls you peaches that means that you smell inappropriate
If someone calls you a puppet, you are supposedly being controlled by someone else.
if someone calls you a cat fish that means that you are a scary cat
It mean's honey:)
When someone calls you "yellow", they are saying that you are afraid, craven, cowardly, etc.
When Someone thinks you are bad but your not
when someone calls someone a dog they mean homie or a guy that flirts with a lot of girls dude how do you not know that
They do not like you.