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Frog Applause by Teresa Burritt for February 14, 2021

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    Howard'sMyHero  3 months ago

    Be my elephantine …!

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    Meh~tdology, fka Pepelaputr   3 months ago

    It’s a snot knot!

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    formerlyflightsuit  3 months ago

    Unrequited love

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    Space Captain Cody(G Premium Member 3 months ago

    Elly and Phant in a playful tug of war.

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    Space Captain Cody(G Premium Member 3 months ago

    Wins the can of El Fanta Soda Pop.

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    Space Captain Cody(G Premium Member 3 months ago

    Hey Skipper, I found a nice tune from Arlo Parks.

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    katina.cooper  3 months ago

    Ooo, now they can share boogers. Happy Valentine’s Day.

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    Brass Orchid Premium Member 3 months ago

    I can just see Charlie Brown standing by the mailbox, waiting for mail on a Sunday.

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    Rotifer HIGH SCHOOL SALUTATORIAN Thalweg Premium Member 3 months ago

     

    A Poem* That Is Not About Surveillance Pickles

    (by ʀᴏᴛɪғᴇʀ ᴛʜᴀʟᴡᴇɢ)

     

    Roses aren’t blue

    Violets aren’t red

    But Charles Nelson Reilly’s

    Still dead dead dead

     

    * Inspired by Frog Applause

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    Zebrastripes  3 months ago

    LET GO!

    NO! YOU LET GO!

    I hate when you get clingy!

    and I hate when you tie me up in knots!

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    Mighty Phavahg Premium Member 3 months ago

    If elephants leave no trace of their amazing proboscis in the fossil record, I wonder how many dinosaurs had one?

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    coltish1  3 months ago

    Forgot the ‘k.’

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    coltish1  3 months ago

    Some of those cenotaphs look pressed from a mold. But to single out Michel de Montaigne as the one named honoree shows stunning judgment and discernment, Ms. T. I love it.

    Also, I don’t want a cenotaph like Montaigne’s after I’m gone. Something more like the Washington Monument would be fine.

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    3hourtour Premium Member 3 months ago

    …let’s not mention the elephant in the room…

    …they were in love with the junk in the trunk…

    NOT!!!

    … https://youtu.be/Da9MkEDcm68 …

    …they give a new definition to, ‘tie the knot’…

    …the bad part about elephants never forgetting…

    …he thought since he was out of trunk lotion that he would try Gorilla Glue…

    … I’ve seen a housefly…

    …and a butter fly…

    …happy Valentine’s Day Froglandia love birds…

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    #Rad-ish  Premium Member 3 months ago

    Lying evil elephants love dictators.

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    willie_mctell  3 months ago

    “And now I’m shackled to the past by things I didn’t do.”

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    painedsmile  3 months ago

    Did anyone else see Grace the Face in today’s New Adventures of Queen Victoria?

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    #Rad-ish  Premium Member 3 months ago

    Is this like when dogs get locked together?

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    6turtle9  3 months ago

    You can’t force an affection connection, but some will claim you can buy it.

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    Sisyphos  3 months ago

    Just because you’re all knotted up and stuck with an un-friend*, don’t turn your back (as if you could!) on St. Valentine’s Day!

    *it’s a hazard of the Elephant Life Style….

    Bisou!

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    The Old Wolf  3 months ago

    That’s knot punny!

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    The Old Wolf  3 months ago

    On another note, your link to cenotaphs at the blog was fascinating. My mother donated her remains to the University of Utah Medical Center, and as a result is the proud (well, she would be proud if she were still alive) participant in not one, but three cenotaphs: a marker in her family plot, a mention at the Salt Lake City library’s “Wall of Donors,” and a monument in the Salt Lake City cemetery where cremains of donors are finally interred.

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    3hourtour Premium Member 3 months ago

    …in the Apostles Creed we believe that Jesus was crucified, died and was buried…

    …but was he buried?…

    …was not Jesus, rather then buried: entombed?…

    …maybe, buried is another term for entombed?…

    …just looked it up…

    …to put a dead body in a grave or tomb…

    …that makes this nonsense, then, doesn’t it?…

    …except how do you bury someone in a tomb?…

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    Space Captain Cody(G Premium Member 3 months ago

    To be or NOT to be…

    Drug around to merry-go-round I got dirty pretty well.

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    Space Captain Cody(G Premium Member 3 months ago

    Watch Out a funny bone might get pulled in the tug-of-war.

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    descabro  3 months ago

    Tied up in mixed feelings.

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    Space Captain Cody(G Premium Member 3 months ago

    Nirvana sings entertain us, you know what, they will brain us… Not.

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