Monday, April 7, 2008

Another One for Tree Frog Demon

Here's my little tree frog and some songs I thought you'd like on a froggy theme. Not sure you'll like the last one, but I couldn't resist because I just discovered it.


steenbeck said...

I'd like to point out that I don't know what the last song has to do with FROGS. If someone finds out that it's slang for some sort of process requiring special mitts, please let me know.

treefrogdemon said...

Well, I think your little treefrog is really cute, and so is his T're right, I don't really go for no 5 but hey, mostly I'm just so happy that you made a special playlist for me!

The only other kind of frog I know is the kind that fastens military jackets. Nothing about suspicious gloves.

Oh, and the one in a horse's hoof.

goneforeign said...

a thing used to hold or fasten something, in particular
• an ornamental coat fastener or braid consisting of a spindle-shaped button and a loop through which it passes.
• an attachment to a belt for holding a sword, bayonet, or similar weapon.
• a perforated or spiked device for holding the stems of flowers in an arrangement.
• the piece into which the hair is fitted at the lower end of the bow of a stringed instrument.
• a grooved metal plate for guiding the wheels of a railroad vehicle at an intersection.
an elastic horny pad growing in the sole of a horse's hoof, helping to absorb the shock when the hoof hits the ground.
• a raised or swollen area on a surface.
• informal a person regarded as repulsive in character or appearance.
2 ( Frog) informal offensive a French person.
a tailless amphibian with a short squat body, moist smooth skin, and very long hind legs for leaping. • Frogs are found in most families of the order Anura, but the ‘true frogs’ are confined to the large family Ranidae.
of a coat) having an ornamental braid or fastening consisting of a spindle-shaped button and a loop.
have a frog in one's throat informal lose one's voice or find it hard to speak because of hoarseness.

treefrogdemon said...

None of the above involve gloves, though, Dictionary Man.