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Sunday, October 7, 2007


When the working day is done, sometimes we rescue frogs. They jump in the swimming pool because they’re stupid and then they can’t get out because the sides are too steep. So we run around the sides of the swimming pool which is filled with our drinking water pumped up from the river, and catch the frogs in the net.

That is what people must have done when there wasn’t TV or internet or Gameboys. Go outside and catch frogs.

As you can see, it’s very exciting when you actually catch one. But I wouldn’t eat the frogs because they look like this: