Can a frog be swamped in the Amazon?
And is it polite for a surgeon to say that he’s swamped with cases, because when it comes down to it, each case refers to a [needy] life-saving organ transplant… or a human?
Wouldn’t the more polite thing be to say that he’s swamped with a lack of human resources?
Plus, when seven out of twelve presidents agree that frogs make for excellent tow-truck drivers, golf club caddies and right-hand petunias, it only makes sense that you eat birthday cake at the end of sentences, especially if you’re on death row and today is your day.
Thank you! 🙂
A frog can be swamped in any swamp.
I don’t know. I see bear left and I frog right. What kind of desk does that make me? A 1997?
I do believe you’d be a 1998 desk. The 1997 desks typically bear triangle, not left like more recent generations.