Still More Frogs From Friends XIII

Here are more frog jokes, songs, sayings, and poems that were sent to me by friends:

Subject: My frog joke!

Two brothers were out in the woods exploring when they came cross a pond. The oldest told the other to in and see how deep it was. So, reluctantly, he went in and a few seconds later, the older brother herd a splash and called out to the younger brother "How deep is it?" He answered back "knee-deep," so the older brother started walking in and a few feet later, he fell in. 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?" Just then, they turned around and saw a laughing frog rolling in the dirt. - Stephanie Messer


I wrote a song,this is it.

"I have a froggy page and I look in it every day. My favourite month of the year is May. Froggies are usually green, they're the only kind I've ever seen! They could be red, purple or blue or they could match the colour of my shoe. This is the end of my song, my favourite brand is Billabong!" That was my song I made up for you. From Peter Deegan.


Subject: Frog Sayings

I made this up. It is a little spin of Homeward Bound's saying...
Jessica Waldbillig


Subject: Frog and the Prince

(This is a joke I receiver through the Joke of the Day.)

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 repast of lightly sautéed frog legs seasoned in a white wine and shallot cream sauce.

(Thanks to Wayne Hoelcel for sending me that one!)


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Subject: i don't really have a comment but a really cute frog joke

(Big print to be said in low bellowing voice.) One day a frog was walking walking along and meet a fox he said a a

O Hi! My name is wide mouth frog. I eat flies. What do you eat? The fox said i eat rabbits. Then the frog hopped up to a rabbit and said a a O Hi! My name is wide mouth frog. I eat flies. What do you eat? The rabbit said carrots. Then the frog went up to a alligator and said a a O Hi! My name is wide mouth frog. I eat flies. What do you eat? The alligator said i eat wide mouth frogs. The frog said a a * oh, thats nice (to be said in a tight squenchy voice)


Subject: Frog poem

My son Jason is 11. Feel free to add his poem to your frog page. Here is his poem

A Day at the Pond

I went to the pond to catch a frog,
I searched and searched on every log.

I brought with me a great big tub,
And sat it beneath a flowering shrub.

I searched up high in the trees,
And scraped up both of my knees.

I crawled around on the ground,
looking for something laying around.

I had mud all over me from my head to my toes,
I even had it on my nose!

My stomach told me it was time to eat,
So I put my shoes back on my feet.

As I walked away feeling very sad,
I saw a frog sitting on a lily pad.

My face lit up with a great big smile,
for he must of been there for quite awhile.

I leaped into the water up to my knees,
and he jumped away with the greatest of ease!

Jason Petz


Subject: Froggie poems

I found the original text to this poem through a source that I should have tried long ago - an individual who went to school in Ontario at about the same time as my father (1920's). Here is a copy of the entire program if you wish to include it in your site.
I went upstairs to the old school book where I thought it would be and found it almost at once:

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

 ........Scott MacMartin
        Ottawa, Canada


Subject: frog sayings



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