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How to make a funny "jumping" frog out of just a sheet of paper.
Try it by Yourself, and enjoy. Thank You for watching.
A very nice and easy to make origami frog. Fun to play with.
Just the way how to make paper but realy jumping frog and entertain your kids ;-)
This time in Orikami Instructions you get to fold a jumping frog. In 100 seconds, also.
Paper frog designed to jump
make nice toy for 2 minutes
This carousel is an amazing thing that creates an illusion of jumping frogs at it rotates at a certain speed. Best thing is, it’s controllable through mobile.
Good ole doggo gets frightened by his new jumping frog toy; look at him keeping on barking and moving away from it. Such a sweet little cinnamon roll.
Cool way to make a perfect Jumping Paper Frog using a Rectangle ( 2:1 or from A4 size ) sheet of paper. High GSM Paper of Smaller Size, Provides more strength to Jump Long and Higher.
This frog tried to jump into a pool, but not before hitting the wooden stand beside the pool. Right in the noggin!
Chuckle along with the best 19th-century humorists, who provide you with tall tales, puns, and witty ripostes. Seven of these 27 gems are from Twain himself. No guarantees of political correctness, but sure to tickle your 21st-century funny bone. Beginning with the piece that made Mark Twain famous -- "The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County" -- and ending with his fanciful "How I Edited an Agricultural Paper," this treasure trove of an anthology, an abridgment of the 1888 original, collects several of Twain's own pieces, in addition to tall tales, fables, and satires by fourteen of Twain's contemporaries, including Washington Irving, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Ambrose Bierce, William Dean Howells, Joel Chandler Harris, Artemus Ward, and Bret Harte.
These ten treasured stories from the most influential authors of the 19th and early 20th centuries are selected for their literary importance as well as their dramatic, oral qualities. Includes The One Million Pound Bank Note, The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County, A Visit to Niagara, and Mysterious Visit by Mark Twain, narrated by Patrick Fraley; The Blue Hotel and The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky by Stephen Crane, narrated by Patrick Hogan; The Eyes of the Panther and An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge by Ambrose Bierce, narrated by Russ Holcomb; and The Love of Life and To Build a Fire by Jack London, narrated by Bruce Robertson.