I think there might be one comma too many. "taken from a Duck Tape duct tape dealer" is a restrictive clause modifying "tape", so I don't think we need that comma between "tape" and "taken". Thus:NealMc said:Hi
A duck, taped with tape, taken from a Duck Tape duct tape dealer, is a Duck Tape duct taped duck indeed.
Yes, with commas and if you suspend your disbelief that duct tape becomes duck tape once it's been applied to a duck. Clear punctuation was never the point of a tongue twister however........