Monday, September 26, 2011

Tadpole Groaner

Rain + Barrel = MadSnapper Snapping....
I  NOW know how difficult it is  to shoot Tadpoles in A rain barrel (camera not a gun).  We have a gazillion baby frogs on the way..... Goody, they EAT mosquitoes 



What kind of shoes do frogs wear?
Open toad!


Why are frogs so happy?
They eat whatever bugs them!







How does a frog feel when he has a broken leg?
Unhoppy.



Why did the frog read Sherlock Holmes?
He liked a good croak and dagger.  (my favorite)




What happened to the frog's car when his parking meter expired?
It got toad!!

AND DON'T YOU WISH I HAD BEEN ''TOAD'' BEFORE I DID THIS POST? Smile with me!


27 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

LOL! i liked these! :)

Catherine said...

LOL ~ looks like you are going to have lots of froggies!!
xo Catherine

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

I'm laughing.Thanks Sandra. I really like the picture with the tree reflection. A 'snapper' will shoot at anything,I know I have a 'few',or is that many, pictures to price that.

Robin Robinson said...

Such cheesey jokes, and YET - SOooo funny! Thanks for the laugh!

Snapper II said...

Also mosquito larve in with the tad polls. Hatching time must be a sight to see. What confusion.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi There, I'm back after a few weeks off from blogging. Hope you are doing okay. I have missed all of my blogging friends --but needed that break!

Funny one this morning.... Love the FROG jokes!!!!!

Enjoyed seeing the tadpoles --but liked the reflection --and your arms/hand taking the picture in that water.

Hugs,
Betsy

Pam said...

Giggle, giggle.. I love your sense of humor and style, Sandra.
hugs,
Pam

Remington said...

Thanks for the smile, my friend! BTW -- did you know today is Johnny Appleseed Day? I thought of your husband right away!

DawnTreader said...

Will they be taking over your swimmingpool when the barrel gets too crowded? ;)

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

Thanks for the smiles. The tadpoles brings back memories of watching them at the edge of the pond when I was a kid. We would also catch a few and put in a jar. It's fun watching tads turning into frogs! Have a great day!

George said...

You did a pretty good job of shooting those tadpoles with your camera. You may not have many mosquitoes, but it looks like you might have to worry about being overrun with frogs!

SweetMarie said...

These are great! You've got me laughing ao hard! I'm looking forward to seeing all the baby froggies!

missing moments said...

Always a delight to come here ... you make me laugh!

MedaM said...

Beautiful tree reflection and beautiful photos; great idea Sandra.

Scott said...

I didn't know frogs had so much corn. Looks like you'll have plenty of skeeter eaters though.

Kim @ Stuff could... said...

I like the tadpoles...and your new blog look!

SquirrelQueen said...

I love those reflections!

Cool shots of the tadpoles, those mosquitoes had better pack their bags and flee.

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Sandra, I was smiling -- croak, croak -- cause at the Frog & Penguinn we really like frogs and you surely will have a lot.

Lola said...

LOL, love it. Thanks.

Chatty Crone said...

Hey thanks for the laughs I am going to share with Andy.

SO tell me - how or where did you get all those tadpoles anyway?

sandie

photowannabe said...

A gaffaw and a kneww slapper Sandra.
Adore your puns and your photos too.

photowannabe said...

**Knee!!!slapper.

Val said...

thanks for the giggles, I really needed this tonight...relief from very stressful day!! :)

Lisa RedWillow said...

Beautiful. Just beautiful Reflection.
and thanks for the smiles.

Kilauea Poetry said...

Your lucky you have the BENIFICIAL kind! ha ha..our tree frogs don't even eat mosquitos..but many have discovered chickens will eat the frogs! We probably still have regular frogs but I hardly ever see them anymore. I think I mentioned our old gray cat was disappointed with his dry food one night (his hard hunting days are nearly over- almost)..so I heard him coming up the back steps with his meow he caught something (in his mouth) I opened the door and he laid a frog down!! What a hoot-

Rose said...

Brings back memories...we always had to have one or two in a jar or something to watch them grow legs when I was a kid...then my girls kept one of those hard plastic kiddie pool when they were kids and kept all kinds of stuff during the summer.

Ann said...

I'm glad you weren't toad because I got a good chuckle out of each and every one of those jokes.