Aha, good, very good Teh! :))Thanks
Yeap where there's a will there's a way
That's from a colleague's desk. He's had that mascot since he joined us 8 years ago.
Many have already stopped breathing... but they've yet to give up!!!
hi again Teh. just to say i'm going to link and to wish you a nice weekend
thank you very much.
Funny question : which one of them will die first if both of them never give up??
looking just at facts...the crane may be bigger, but the frog's an amphibian. he can stay under water for a long while. also some are known to survive by burrowing into the ground during dry season. he looks more likely to win...if he locks his fingers in and keep it that way for 3 to 4 minutes.... LOL. it's comic.
:)i'll bet on the frog's winning too..cos his action prevents himself from being swallowed..and he can use his skin to breathe, but the crane is breathless in this condition..
I can understand; almost everyone's cheering for the underfrog (err I mean underdog)...while the crane's apparently the aggressor (some business owner character)...Way I see it, in the end, he'd still have to let the frog (employee) go. No sense holding on to him and tarring his own image.
I'm afraid this is up to the frog now....to let go or not.....(some employee is not easy to deal with...)some how, the crane will shock in a few second because the arteries who supply the brain were blocked.......
Aahh...maybe disagreement here; I think it's the crane's choice. The frog has none. If he lets go, the crane swallows (reflex maybe).... or would he cough? If that's me I'll hold until I can sense the clamp being relaxed, and then only I'll let go... But that's one heck of a lucky frog!!!
ha ha! *wide grin*
Anyone thought about this?: The frog tickle the crane's throat with his tongue, the crane coughs, frog goes free!