Frogs

Frogs

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About

Frogs are carnivorous, short-bodied, tailless amphibians that, together with toads, make up the order Anura. According to fossils found in Madagascar, frogs date back 201.3 million years to the early Triassic, but some scientists suggest that they may have emerged 265 million yeas ago during the Permian period. The order is widely distributed throughout the world, ranging from tropical regions to the subarctic. In addition to comprising at least 4,800 species, frogs make up 85% of the total number of extant amphibian species.[1] Online, there have been numerous memes, videos, and artwork dedicated to frogs. In 2020, frogposting became a popular medium of wholesome memes..

Online History

The earliest mention of frogs online date back to the mid to late 1990s.[2] These early mentions consist mostly of scientific and scholarly articles. The first frog-related internet meme, The Annoying Thing also known as Crazy Frog, emerged in 2003.

Online Presence

As of May 16, 2016 a YouTube search for "frog" returned nearly 6,000,000 videos.[3] On DeviantArt there are over 408,000 pieces of frog-related artwork.[4]

Foul Bachelor Frog

Foul Bachelor Frog is an advice animal image macro series featuring a frog’s face in front of a color wheel background containing various shades of green. The images captions often depict lazy, disgusting and hedonistic behaviors associated with single men.

Foul Bachelorette Frog

Foul Bachelorette Frog is the female counterpart of the Foul Bachelor Frog advice animal image macro series. The overlaid text typically frames her as being unhygienic, lazy, and jobless.

Pepe the Frog

Pepe the Frog refers to a character from the webcomic Boy's Club created by artist Matt Furie. Illustrations of Pepe have become popular reaction images on 4chan.

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Hopkin Green Frog

Hopkin Green Frog refers to a September 2003 incident in which a 16 year old autistic boy from Seattle, Washington, USA lost a toy frog he received in a McDonald's Happy Meal, and the resulting search undertaken by internet users.

;fTeoking for f rog Y O ee trOG ost my frog 3278 :.. オー vey Terry P S Ind my frog Who took my frog 2012_15th AVE S

Get Out Frog

Get Out Frog refers to a stuffed frog first seen in a series of photographs featuring adult film star Next Door Nikki. Something Awful user Chaos Ringer asked for the community's help in finding the frog. Following this post many images and gifs featuring the frog were spread throughout the site's forums.

But That's None of my Business

But That's None of my Business refers to images of Muppet character Kermit the Frog drinking ice tea paired with captions that poke fun at a wide range of faux-pas and questionable behaviors in everyday social situations.

#ButThatsNoneOf!MyBusiness

Graphic Design is my Passion

Graphic Design is my Passion is a clichéd phrase used by graphic designers as a form of self promotion. On Tumblr it's often associated with an image of a clip art frog and the caption "graphic design is my passion" written in red Papyrus typeface.

graphic design is my passion

Small Fact Frog

Small Fact Frog refers to a series of advice animal image macros featuring an image of a blue uluguru forest tree frog captioned with little-known factoids.

THE WORLD'S SHORTEST WAR WAS FOUGHT BETWEEN THE UK AND ZANZIBAR IT LASTED ONLY 40 MINUTES

It Is Wednesday My Dudes

It Is Wednesday My Dudes refers to an image of a Budgett's frog paired with the text "It is Wednesday my dudes".

Dat Boi

Dat Boi refers to an image of a frog on a unicycle, usually accompanied by the captions "O shit, waddup!" and "It's Dat Boi!"

Search Interest

External References

[1] Wikipedia – Frog

[2] Google – Search Before 2000 for Frog

[3] YouTube – Frog

[4] DeviantArt – Frog

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