TIME 4: Frogs


There has been an influx of entries on Frogs of all critters that there exist under the sun and today I think that it is about time, that we have here in Me Newsy- Letters: A TIME 4 FROGS posting. Here is a snippet of an article on frogs by a person who seems to be really enthused about them critters:

Some frogs have tongues that are long and sticky that can be used to catch bugs. These roll out like an upside-down party horn and snap at the bug! (YUMMY!)

Frogs with long tongues go by the “see it, snap at it” technique of feeding. Toads, on the other hand, like my firebellied toads, have tiny tongues and have to snap at their food using their mouth. They often will stalk their food, much like a cat…creeping up to it and then just as dinner is about to take off, they will *SNAP* and eat their meal!

DID YOU KNOW: When a frog swallows a meal, his bulgy eyeballs will close and go down into his head! This is because the eyeballs apply pressure and actually push a frog’s meal down his throat! *GULP*” (All About Frogs online site)

All I want to know is this:

Will a frog turn into
a handsome live Prince Charming,
if it is kissed by Da Blonde,
for them frogs look like the ones,
I have kissed already in real life,
hoping that they’ll turn into Princes
but alas –
….. *

A bit of a trivia question for yeez:

A group of fish is called a School of Fish.
A group of geese is called a Gaggle of Geese.
A group of sea gulls is called a Flock of Sea gulls.
A bunch of cows and bulls is called a Herd of Cattle.

But what do you call a group of frogs?

Tis for now Riihele xx.

*Milli’s advice:
LOLLLL Riiii kiss an Aussie frog my dear they are true to label…..