Saturday, February 21, 2009

Ribbit. Ribbit.

"But if you refuse to let them go, behold, I will smite your whole territory with frogs.

Exodus 8:2

A frog named Kermit taught us to count and mind our parents on Sesame Street.
A frog was the end result of a witch's curse and the recipient of the princess' kiss to cure in many fairytales.
Warner Brothers gave us Michigan J. Frog who could dance and sing but only for his owner.
In Egyptian mythology, the frog, ruled by Goddess Heret, represents fertility.
Any biologist will tell you the stability of our planet can be observed in the lifecycles of the frog.
Mark Twain told us of the Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County.
In the late 90's we all came to love Bud, Wei, and Ser - the three frogs hawking Budweiser Beer.
The Doors gave us Peace Frog.
Seinfeld reminded us of playing the arcade game Frogger.
And in the movie Magnolia frogs fell from the sky in the most powerful symbolism ever depicted in film.

Scranberry Coop has all kinds of frogs,
in all shapes and sizes,
from the long ago and far away,
to the fun collectibles of today.

Ribbit. Ribbit.

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