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August 20, 2019


A family found a living frog in a carton of organic salad greens.

(Thanks to Jay Brandes and pharmaross)


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Yesterday, my wife asked if I saw the story about the frog found in the salad. I said I had and if Dave posted the story He would say, "Now with added protein." Her response.


If we discussed mature adult subject matter here, her reespnose would have been.


Hey, it's totally organic, right? So what's the problem?

If they had eaten it, would they have croaked?

Footnote: I rarely get to have salad when we are out because. "they may not have washed it properly."

What does it taste like?

If you all would please bear with me for a minute. I would like to relate a story to you. A few years ago we went to El Pollo Loco to order chicken. We ended up trying one of their chicken salad bowls with black beans, rice, chicken and salsa. It was really good. So not long after my wife informed me she had inquired within at El Pollo Loco and had learned the restaurant received their lettuce in giant like 50 LB. bags of prepared lettuce and get this, "they didn't wash it after taking it from that giant bag!"

Now when we drive past an El Poll Loco I am forbidden to look at it. If I pass an IHOP, known for serving wilted lettuce, I am required to step on the gas and hurry on my way in order to keep our relationship at peak levels.

If you find this funny or entertaining, please ask, "man tom that is funny and interesting, can you tell us something that will totally shock us?"

Some people are just picky. That cute little frog didn't eat enough of that salad to cause a problem. Hey, folks, the frog was organic, too.

Hey, the frog's a carnivore. So it's not eating the salad, so there's no value lost.

Then again, it could be a female laying her eggs on the leaves.

@ man tom-that's why it's Loco.

@ maryquosm I'm open for suggestions on how to approach a soon-to-be domestic situation I will be facing and how to continue to keep my relationship at peak performance levels. My sister-in-law a retired M.D., allergist who my adult children refer to as 'The Germaphobe' will be moving into the house (which will be spotless at all times). And I want to caution you, "aluminum foil causes cancer."


Took my wife to a buffet, they had steaks, carve your own prime rib, an entire roasted turkey, the works. Afterwards I ask her how she liked it. “The lettuce wasn’t very good”
Women, can’t live with em, can’t live without em.

surprised no one posted this:


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