Saturday, 23 February 2008

What we must all do

As we drift\march\meander\rush through life we need to see the frogs around us and try to take time to snog the odd frog. This doesn't necessarily mean literally (although i personally know amphibians who wouldn't protest over much.

In the fairy tales the snogged frog becomes a prince and I'm convinced that by snogging the frogs we meet we will find a little bit of princedom in them and a heck of a lot of richness in ourselves

3 comments:

jillie said...

I've snogged a few frogs in my life time and they've all turned out to be princes.

Thanks for stopping by and hope to see you around again ;o)

Have a great wknd!

S E E Quine said...

` Snogging? I guess they'd prefer that to having their legs ripped off and eaten.

Toadee said...

It's amazing how many frogs are really princes 9and how many princes turn out to be toads).
Equally amazing is the number of frogs who, like some humans, enjoy pain. i am told that there is a gallic breed that particularly enjoys the rush obtained from delimination.
As to snogging I can personally attest to the effectiveness of this procedure on various amphibians. It definately brings out the best in them and I know amphibians who, upon being snogged, have discovered a very sensitive, romantic aspect to their character and have met their inner poet (others have become rampant sex craved beasts)