Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Loverboy

15 comments:

Helen Mansfield said...

That is a SCREAM! The look on your face is priceless.

Despite the fact Mr. Froggy is wearing a pink dress, the sound quality coming from him is pretty good. Much better than a Billy Bass to be sure!

Happy Love Frog to you too, Erin!

Lisa W. said...

Loverboy = Good Canadian Boys!
Cute frog.

Trée said...

Always nice to know the competition. And the answer is yes.

sxKitten said...

You look bewildered, Erin. Is it the pink dress, or the whole interspecies love thing? Or are you worried about what The Goat will do to The Frog if he catches it hitting on you like that?

Michael Stanley said...

Dear Erin,

That dancing toy frog can't love you like I love you.

Hope Dangling said...

hey sister!!! i knew the words to that song...is that bad??? miss you!!! love your NON AMUSED face during this nice scene with the frog in a dress.

wwwriter said...

Hey--my 4 year old wants to know that frog's name and if you don't have a name for him, Robbie said name him David.

cute!

Dean said...

Biff. The frog's name is Biff. I can see it in his eyes.

Jon said...

That's kind of disturbing

Corn Dog said...

That is so funny! But I think it is your face in the frame that makes me laugh. I used to think that song was so cool and now..well...I guess coming from Froggie is better than being turned into Muzak in Walmart.

Amy said...

perfect

Bill Fitzgerald said...

Amazing! I only saw your lips move a tiny bit once or twice. I'm telling you, if this writing thing doesn't work out, you have a big future in ventriloquism!

Bugwit Homilies said...

The feeling is mutual!

Just dropping by to say goodbye. Hello, goodbye. Hello, goodbye.

TOday's my last post, so I want to thank you for all your kind words and encouragement.

P

jamwall said...

i fell off my chair watching that!!

(onto a smaller chair). i watched it again, fell off that chair onto one of those tiny rocking chairs for toddlers..that one broke.

jamwall said...

another observation (more of a question) where's the mullet on that dinosaur?