I forget about the eeee on my avatar. I think an eff would look so much nicer. Or even F1. Or perhaps F100? In green. Pushing it?
Frog is trying to communicate with hubpages staff in froguman way.
http://www.google.co.uk/intl/en/landing … /tour.html
Frog 'e' dropping? Does that help living with the 'e'?
Congrats, ms. Elite.
lol Daniel, thankyou ...
From what I can tell, the elite thing is a fairy disliked. Or maybe despised. I didn't realise I'd become one, it was sufidreamer that pointed it out.
TBH, I think it's the word that upsets, rather than why we (or I) have one. I suppose it implies some kind of superiority. Well, I don't feel superior, or elite and I certainly don't get anything any other hubber doesn't get.
With the exception of a list of new hubbers to greet, that's about it.
Anyway - the eff thing? I was fooling about. It caught my eye and I thought it'd look better were it a nice capital green F. For FROG, because you know ... there is only one true Frog
@ skyfire - checked your link. Funny But there isn't any Froglish you know
my son is weird like you- he likes frogs- theres a big collection in his bedroom (pot and plastic) we were at a car boot sale and a guy asked him if he wanted to buy a computer game, he says, "no, do you have any frogs"
me- exit sharp left
ribbit ribbit ribbit
You let your son collect frogs, plastic and pot? The frogs and plastic might be OK.
sorry to be the bearer of such a difficult message but hey I am used to frog mad people
I knew a lady who was receptionist in an office service and she had 300 frogs mostly porcelain, but other things as well on shelves behind her desk - it all started when someone gave her a little frog sculpture for Christmas and she put it on her desk - then people assumed that she had a thing for frogs and kept bringing her more - she didn't particularly like them, she said, but she had to be polite, so she put them all on display! funny.
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