Whose Beady Eye Was That?


Wednesday 09 April, 2014 by Uncle Spike

Perhaps a bit of an easy one this week…

Did you guess who was visiting Spike’s farm?

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It was ME..

Kermit’s long lost relative, Kurbağa Amca (or Uncle Frog)



Congratulations to Spikey Annette, from My Aberdeen Garden who said it was a toad. Looking at the legs, probably say it was a frog still…. BUT, according to http://www.allaboutfrogs.org who state that “all Toads actually are Frogs!“, technically we  do have a winner!



9 thoughts on “Whose Beady Eye Was That?

  1. colonialist says:

    I toad-tally disagree that toads are frogs! There are differences …
    We have large and extremely noisy toads, but not poisonous-skinned, and small and chirpy frogs. The larger frog varieties don’t like it here.


  2. panikikubik says:

    I love this frog. When I was a child, staying at my grandmothers house at the countryside – I looked for frogs. My grandmother turned hysterical if I brought one home.


  3. It does look quite warty and toad-like. The frogs around where I live are generally a greenish-yellow and smoother than that.


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