When Spot the Frog was syndicated, I set a Google Alert for ‘Spot the Frog,’ braced for praise or insult. More often than not, this was the result:
At first glance this image looks like nothing more than leaves hanging off a tree in India.But on closer inspection, there is actually a perfectly camouflaged frog hiding among them.
Not the comic strip, but like a comic strip, with a punchline.
Source: Can you spot the frog hiding in the leaves? Daily Mail Online
Jim Melloan offers this suggestion the next time you’re listening to TJB:
In the late ’60s, still in England, it became a favorite game for my sister and I to put on some Tijuana Brass and look out the window at pedestrians walking by. We would select one, and as the person walked down the street, we would imagine that this person was the star of his or her own TV show, and we were watching the credits and this was the theme song. We found this hilarious, and I bet it still is. If you live in a place where you can look out the window and see pedestrians walking by, I suggest you try it now.
Source: When ‘Whipped Cream’ gave us a taste for ‘Honey’ | The Villager Newspaper
If you can’t see him, he can’t see you.
Mr. Floaty was Buddy’s flotation device. It drifted off every winter for warmer waters. One year it — or he — returned in a box.
A new shirt at the Neato Shop. And a cartoon in the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. If you read F&SF, dress accordingly.
It’s hard to believe that the idea of evolution needs to be continuously sold, even put on sale. Neatoshop is doing its bit to promote the idea, evolving the price down to $15.95.