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   Undertoad  Friday Jul 7 09:10 AM

7/7/2006: Mouse on frog



Happy Friday. This appealing shot has been on Yahoo!'s Most Popular for a while, easy to see why. This mouse is hitching a ride on this frog because they are both in flood waters in Lucknow, India.



Perry Winkle  Friday Jul 7 09:35 AM

A real life Battle-toad. Sweet.



Trilby  Friday Jul 7 09:50 AM

For some reason that pic reminds me of a Disney movie...



barefoot serpent  Friday Jul 7 10:53 AM

any port in a storm.



TL  Friday Jul 7 11:32 AM

Any wart in a storm.



Elspode  Friday Jul 7 11:41 AM

I almost sent this one to you, UT, but I figured it was so overwhelmingly the next Friday IOTD that I knew I would be one of dozens who did so.



milkfish  Friday Jul 7 01:15 PM

Note to any forum lurkers: unlike 'Undertoad', the handle 'Overmouse' is still available.



Overmouse  Friday Jul 7 02:26 PM

No it's not.



BigV  Friday Jul 7 03:01 PM

Shouldn't that be Overtoad and Undermouse? Unless my monitor is upside down again...



Highriskgeo  Friday Jul 7 03:03 PM

thats funny cause i was just looking at MSN's animal tracks...i think thats what they call it...but it has cute photos of different animals and i saw this one. Cute indeed



skysidhe  Friday Jul 7 03:43 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by BigV
Shouldn't that be Overtoad and Undermouse? Unless my monitor is upside down again...
hehe good one!


gerstle  Friday Jul 7 04:49 PM

am i the only one who thinks there's a good chance this is BS?



capnhowdy  Friday Jul 7 05:01 PM

more proof that mice can be very persistant.



skysidhe  Friday Jul 7 05:45 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by gerstle
am i the only one who thinks there's a good chance this is BS?
I don't know. The original image came from an India paper. Sometimes I think that fraud via humor is a rich and decadent media thing and not a poor media occurence. I am probably wrong. * shrug*


wolf  Saturday Jul 8 02:02 AM

I'm reminded of a folktale regarding a scorpion and some kind of animal capable of swimming ...



milkfish  Saturday Jul 8 07:16 AM

If someone's faking this, please ask them to do one with a squirrel on the back of a moose.



Stonan  Saturday Jul 8 09:47 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by wolf
I'm reminded of a folktale regarding a scorpion and some kind of animal capable of swimming ...
I believe it's a tale about a scorpion and a wolf. The scorpion asks a wolf to take him across a river on his back. The wolf is reluctant at first but the scorpion convinces the wolf that he won't sting him because they would both die. Sure enough, halfway across the scorpion does sting him. As they both sink the wolf asks the scorpion why he did that and scorpion relpys 'I couldn't help myself. it's my nature.'

This was used as a basis for a Star Trek Voyager 2-part episode (http://www.tv.com/star-trek-voyager/...7/summary.html)


Spexxvet  Saturday Jul 8 10:15 AM

Ok, I'll say it.
Wouldn't they be tasty wrapped together in a tortilla, with some mango salsa, sour cream, and shredded monterrey jack? That would be after you shave the little rodent, of course.



Spexxvet  Saturday Jul 8 10:17 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Undertoad
...This mouse is hitching a ride on this frog because they are both in flood waters in Lucknow, India.
It doesn't seem like they're having much Lucknow, does it?

And are you sure the mouse isn't just getting some froggy sex on the sly?


Trilby  Saturday Jul 8 10:17 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Stonan
This was used as a basis for a Star Trek Voyager 2-part episode (http://www.tv.com/star-trek-voyager/...7/summary.html)
See? You nerds never get very far before the Star Trek mention.


Trilby  Saturday Jul 8 10:18 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Spexxvet
It doesn't seem like they're having much Lucknow, does it?
You're on notice!


Tse Moana  Saturday Jul 8 10:27 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Brianna
See? You nerds never get very far before the Star Trek mention.
LOL, which is why I didn't make that post last night. As soon as I read Wolf's post, the VGR ep popped in my head. I wanted to go all Chakotay and quote him...


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