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Old 05-10-2013, 04:02 PM   #12971
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Shirtless? And here's the Mama in my. Pull those damn pants up. It is NOT attractive. Do you hold them up with one hand while you walk like I see some guys do?

I remember one Halloween when my oldest son was about 12 or 13. They were out trick or treating and some "wannabees" tried to steal his candy. He easily outran them because the would be thieves couldn't run and hold their pants up at the same time.

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Do you know why there are so many people named Tony in America?

When they were getting on the boat to come across and didn't speak English, they wrote on their forehead, TO NY.
I don't know if that's a joke or not but my Dad is Russian and his parents came from Russia to Ellis Island. They got assigned a last name that sounded similar to their real last name because they didn't speak English and the immigration officers didn't understand Russian and the alphabet is different, too, so writing it down didn't help much.

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FYI.... That aint no tree frog.......
This is a tree frog.


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There are different kinds of tree frogs.

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Here's one I took last year during heavy rain.
Wow. It almost looks like that spider is big enough to eat that frog. Sheesh!!!
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Those things are common here in San Diego. A quick smack with my hand and I'm moving on.

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Man those things give me the heebie geebies
I named him Obama! Then I stepped on him!
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There are different kinds of tree frogs.
This is the only kind I know.......... When I was a kid I played with them all the time, until one day one pi$$ed on my hand. Dont EVER let one do that and rub your eyes later cause they itch without washing first! Eyes were full of hell fire from that little green feller! Come on Winds, Im scarred for life!!!
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This is the only kind I know.......... When I was a kid I played with them all the time, until one day one pi$$ed on my hand. Dont EVER let one do that and rub your eyes later cause they itch without washing first! Eyes were full of hell fire from that little green feller! Come on Winds, Im scarred for life!!!
My sister had a farm in Wisconsin. The tree frogs there looked like this. They were brown, not green, to blend in with the tree bark they often were found sitting on. There are different species throughout the US.


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My sister had a farm in Wisconsin. The tree frogs there looked like this. They were brown, not green, to blend in with the tree bark they often were found sitting on. There are different species throughout the US.
Hes cuter than ours.
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Hes cuter than ours.
Don't judge. They each are beautiful in their own way.
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If it wasn't a tree frog, how did he get on the door frame of my garage? It has maybe a half inch shelf, and is seven feet off the ground.

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If it wasn't a tree frog, how did he get on the door frame of my garage? It has maybe a half inch shelf, and is seven feet off the ground.
Guess its a garage frog! I did not see the first tree in that picture!
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My bro rocks. He GAVe me the wheeler just because I showed such an interest... Got it to my house yesterday. Of course the boy wanted to race with his









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