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Old 07-09-2012, 01:20 AM   #21
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Probably named it "Croak".
you really should be punished for that one.



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Old 07-09-2012, 01:31 AM   #22
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Probably named it "Croak".
wow - now I'm speechless
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Old 07-09-2012, 04:56 AM   #23
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Uh, yeah, I think some things are better left unsaid. Maybe the parents of the frog owner should be notified so they can handle it as they choose.

Almost as disturbing as the flattened frog, what the heck is that it's stuck to? It looks like a piece of wood flooring with a piece of extruded aluminum door or window will attached?
Front door.

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my breakfast in not sitting well
So sorry..it was meant to be viewed after dinner.

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Thats Gross.
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well I hope they don't stumble across this thread when their searching how to find my pet frog.
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Looks like a threshold with weatherstripping
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Looks like a door. I scraped off a tree frog from one about a week ago.
Well, I suppose this isn't so unique after all!

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It's the bottom inside edge of an exterior door sitting on a sawhorse. Looks like the frog tried to jump a little too late.
Exactly! I think you should have been a detective, not a painter!

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put it in a toilet tank
Yes, and perhaps it will rehydrate and come back to life!

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In china they call that chicken.
Easy now, my customers are from China!

Thanks for the great quotes everyone!

You have me laughing my um, you know what off!

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Old 07-09-2012, 08:42 AM   #24
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put it in a toilet tank
Kinda like an upper deck? Seriously hanous party foul btw...
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Maybe this is what happened and his situation was a convenient "accident".
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dang that frog is good at that game!

you licked it didn't you...


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Maybe this is what happened and his situation was a convenient "accident".
How to piss off a frog - YouTube

Wow that frog has a nasty little bite on him.
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Thank you everyone for the great laughs. I could not stop laughing as I read the posts! Incredible creativity and great humor. You made my day much brighter!

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