|martin ranson 2||20/06/2019 11:05:11|
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This may sound odd, but it is for a new M. E. project ... can anyone think of any more well-known frogs to ad to this list ??
Kermit from the muppets
The frog king from shrek
Toad from wind in the willows
These things are important in the modern world ... we must be aware of literary giants like these ... I hope someone can add a few names please ?
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Crazy Frog, go on I know you all want to listen again!
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|John Paton 1||20/06/2019 11:16:36|
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Paul McCartney and the Finchley Frogettes - 'The Frog Chorus'
|Brian H||20/06/2019 11:18:36|
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I thought frogs were something to do with railway lines!
|Simon Collier||20/06/2019 11:20:38|
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How about Freddo Frogs, the chocolate ones.
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A frog he would a-wooing go,
(wonder who Rowley was? He appears again in Rowley, powley, pudding and pie.)
'Fellowship of the Frog' is one of Edgar Wallace's decent crime novels.
|Nigel Graham 2||20/06/2019 11:44:09|
|386 forum posts|
Earliest fictional amphibian I recall was Freddy the Frog, in a children's comic otherwise long forgotten to me!
I forget where, a geology text-book probably, but I once saw a reference to a very early (BC?) Chinese seismometer whose ornate indicator was based on bronze frogs that dropped balls from their mouths. I don't know if the number of disgorged spheres related to the severity of the earthquake.
Likewise Brian - I thought Martin was studying this for his forthcoming best-seller, The Development of the Railway Point From The Mines Plateway Stub to the HS2 Diamond Crossover.
|289 forum posts|
Prince Charming before he was kissed?
Ref: 'The Frog Prince' by Brothers Grimm.
Yours, hopping to it,
Edited By Weary on 20/06/2019 11:44:30
|John Hinkley||20/06/2019 11:58:03|
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Budweiser Frogs from the Adverts
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Ethel the Frog (Monty Python) ??
Prince Naveen (Princess and the Frog - Disney movie) ??
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Wikipedia: Old Rowley was the name of a stallion racehorse belonging to King Charles II (1660-1685) of England. The Rowley Mile Racecourse at Newmarket, Suffolk, developed by the king as a national centre for horseracing, is named after the horse. As the stallion was libidinous and "renowned for the number and beauty of its offspring", Old Rowley became a nickname for the king himself, who had many mistresses and sired many illegitimate children.
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"Jeremiah was a bullfrog. " (Joy to the World by Three Dog Night.)
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To throw a wobbler into the literary world:
Frog model aircraft.
Edited By V8Eng on 20/06/2019 12:52:10
Edited By V8Eng on 20/06/2019 12:52:44
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Blood, frogs, lice, flies (Old testament plagues in Egypt from the Bible)
Edited By Bazyle on 20/06/2019 13:11:01
|Ron Laden||20/06/2019 13:23:05|
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There,s Robin..... Kermits nephew.
Brer Bull Frog....The complete tales of uncle Remus
Bunda the Marsh Frog..... The ?? Saga, cant remember.
Trevor from one of the Harry Potter books.
Edited By Ron Laden on 20/06/2019 13:25:11
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|Nigel Bennett||20/06/2019 14:32:38|
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Boggy the Frog in Into the Happy Glade and By A Silver Stream. Written by Trevor Dudley-Smith, aka Elleston Trevor, who is more well-known for his "The Flight of the Phoenix".
Bit obscure, but true!
|Michael Gilligan||20/06/2019 14:43:18|
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Catching your wobbler: **LINK**
|XD 351||20/06/2019 15:44:21|
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When i read the title and before reading the post i thought it was going to be about frog. Glow engines !
|Rik Shaw||20/06/2019 16:15:06|
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The fruit of Wayne Slobs loins - Frogmella Slob
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