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Sat, 15 Aug 2009
Tales of Frogs are always amusing, here are a couple of jokes and a wee tale.


Today Peter went to mow the grass in the long garden. Imagine his surprise to find that
all the little frogs are doing a mass exodus from the pond above the patio wall, up to the top of the garden. They are probably going to the woods that is the other side of the stream.
So it looks like we are going to have long grass for a while. Can I remind everyone that this is the time for the tiny babies to leave the pond. Be careful if you are mowing or walking even. They are only about an inch long, much smaller than ou

Here you go, some froggie things I found on Google .

       Two brothers were out in the woods exploring when they came cross a pond. The oldest told the other to go in and see how deep it was.

Reluctantly, he went in and a few seconds later, the older brother heard a loud splash and called out to the younger brother "How deep is it?" He answered back "knee-deep,"

And with that the older brother started walking in and a few feet later, he fell in up to his waist.  As they were getting out, the older brother said, "Why did you say it was knee deep?"

"I didn't," said the other brother.  "Then who did then?" said the young one.

Just then a little chuckle came from the other side of the pond, they turned around and saw a laughing frog rolling in the dirt. 

Once upon a time, in a land far away, a beautiful, independent, self assured princess happened upon a frog as she sat, contemplating ecological issues on the shores of an unpolluted pond in a verdant meadow near her castle. The frog hopped into the princess lap and said "Elegant Lady, I was once a handsome prince, until an evil witch cast a spell upon me. One kiss from you, however, and I will turn back into the dapper, young prince that I am, and then, my sweet, we can marry and setup housekeeping in yon castle with my mother, where you can prepare my meals, clean my clothes, bear my children, and forever feel grateful and happy doing so."

That night, the princess dined sumptuously on a meal of lightly sautéed frog legs seasoned in a white wine and shallot cream sauce.

One day a frog was walking along the lane when he met a fox,  he said:

  "Hi! Mr Fox, I'm a wide mouth frog and I eat flies. What do you eat?"
The fox said "I suppose I eat rabbits." and carried on walking down the lane.

Next the frog came upon a rabbit, and said:
" Hi! Mr Rabbit, I'm a wide mouth frog. I eat flies. What do you eat? "
The rabbit frowned, took a couple of carrots out of his pocket and said. "Carrots I suppose!"

A bit further along the lane ended at a river and lying on the bank was an alligator,
"Hi! Mr Alligator, I'm a wide mouth frog and I eat flies. What do you eat?
The alligator smiled a huge toothy smile, licked his lips and with one bound, scooped up the wide mouth frog. One gulp and he was gone then he wiped his mouth and said:

"Hm, I eat Wide Mouth Frogs!"


Once upon a time on the border of a brook
A wicked little froggie who had never read a book --
Who had never read a story or a funny little rhyme,
Had a sad and tragic ending once upon a time.

The little froggie, sad to say, was very fond of flies,
And thought on this unlucky day that he had found a prize.
"Up, up I go," said Froggie; "I can climb as well as hop;
I only hope he stays right there until I reach the top.

"I wish this wouldn't bend so much" said Froggie, going higher:
"I wish that flies would shut their eyes and come a little nigher.
But he is such a good one and he looks so very fine,
I think that I must have him, for it's time for me to dine."

So up he went, regardless of the danger he was in;
He saw a duck below him, but he didn't care a pin'
But suddenly behind his back the reed began to crack,
And all he heard was just one word, and that one word was

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