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By traumatizedforlife - / Monday 5 August 2013 20:21 / United States
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This has actually happened to me before. With multiple slimy creatures. Frogs, slugs, you name it. I feel like I should also include the fact that I had no shoes on.

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And to think all the frog had left was to go across a couple of logs and he would have made it to safety past the river :(.

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3). Yes, because the first thing I want to do after I step on something with my bare feet is EAT IT.

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Hey, I've heard of the "Eat what you kill" policy. But I think there's a loophole in this scenario. :P

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#4 Now I see how your brain works.. 'oh my god I stepped on that poor frog'... *lifts foot* 'that's gross'.. *comes to the conclusion* 'well, its a waste not to eat a frog squished with my own dirty foot'...

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@#48 Kind of like the whole "if you kill a cow, you have to make a burger" scenario? But this is repulsive. The frog (which is probably a bacteria breeding ground itself) was sandwiched between two ultra disgusting surfaces (the bottom of a foot and the ground). There is no way even Jesus himself could convince me to put that vile thing in my mouth.

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As ribbiting as it may have been, it had me feeling a tad polar. On one hand it's an interesting tale, until you realize that frog is really gone. No jumping back from that.

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