52 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. I can say ‘oh so cute’ because he is only a little… it’s the thought of big green frogs, which don’t bother me anywhere else, slipping into the bowl, which would make it a no-go zone, literally, for me. We had a middling size frog in the G.O.’s dunny at Christmas which I avoided. We keep the lids down which keeps the biggun’s out, although I have heard some tales πŸ™‚

    • I would love to have the green tree frogs, but we have aways had these fellows, even when we were up in Arcadia in Sydney’s north, we do love them however and there is no known instance of frog meeting buttock in the bathroom!

      • I would like to have green tree frogs as well… ours are the big old common [noisy] garden variety that were the bane of outside dunnies when I was a kid πŸ™‚

  2. oh wow, that was an unexpected moment for me! how wonderful it is when frogs survive and thrive, but to be honest, i would have to say i am happy it is in your home and not mine. πŸ™‚

  3. When I was growing up in Brisbane many years ago, we used to have a large green tree frog that lived in the letterbox.
    Hopefully you’ll get some rain soon so this little fellow can upgrade his accommodation.

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