Ringo The Drumming Frog

by Samuel
(Vermont)

At the local parade I was playing the drums with my band on a moving float. But, there was a little frog sitting right on my drum! He sat there for the whole entire parade, and when it was done, he explored my drum set. He was jumping all over the drums; he really loved them. He then jumped on me, and stayed....he loved me so much, he peed on my arm. We decided to name him Ringo because of his love and interest in drums and drummers. I brought him home, put him in my 75 gallon tank, gave him some leaves,and logs and sticks and a little cave that I brought from the pet store, gave him some water, and came to this website to see what he eats. He is, Ringo The Drumming Frog...

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Aug 03, 2013
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peeing frog?!
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it peed on your arm?!

Jul 23, 2013
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WOW
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Wow. That's amazing. I thought it would be totally afraid of the noise.

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