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Forgetful Frog

Friday, July 10th, 2009

*ding dong*

Pikki: *peeks out the window* Uhhh…Hi…Can I help you?

*Standing outside Keroppi’s house are three new male frogs in town.*

Frog 1: Hi! We’re Keroppi’s friends. We’re on vacation here in SanrioTown and decided to drop by to greet him for his birthday. :D

Frog 2: Kribbit!

Frog 3: *waves shyly at Pikki and blushes*

Pikki: Wait a moment. I’ll just call my brother.

*Before Pikki could go up, Keroppi suddenly appeared from nowhere and opened the door to meet the three new guests.*

Keroppi: Kerokupo! I’m so glad you three were able to make it!

Frog 1: Yeah and just in time for your birthday!

Keroppi: Urk…Ribbit! I’ve been so down lately that I forgot today is my birthday…Hahahaha! Silly me!

Keroleen: You may have forgotten, but we didn’t. :) Anyway, lunch is served~~~

Keroppi: Oh! Before anything else. Let me introduce my classmate from kindergarten. His name is Kerokupo. *patting the shoulder of the taller frog* While the other two are his brothers, Kerokuku and Kerokupe. They’re here for the summer.

Kerokuku: Kribbit! Yo!

Kerokupe: Just Kep for short…*hides behind Kerokuku*

Kerokupo: Oh common little brother, don’t be shy! Stop hiding!

Keroleen: Let’s have lunch first. Everybody is waiting at the kitchen already. Heehee.

Keroppi: Gosh! *blushing* Today is my birthday and I forgot all about it…Ribbit!

Kyorosuke: HEY! What’s going on there? Where’s the birthday boy? I’m already starving! *shouts from the dining room*

*Keroppi, Keroleen, Pikki and the three newcomers stepped into the dining room and were very delighted to see their family and friends all ready for this special occasion.*


Keroleen: *grabbed Keroppi’s hand and plants a kiss on his cheek* Not sad anymore? I hope to see that smile on your face everyday! :)

Ganta: *cough hem hem* More guests will be arriving in awhile.

(Author’s note: Everybody can take part in this celebration. Just use the comment area for your story and conversations or you can link back from your blog. :D )

Happy Father’s Day!

Sunday, June 21st, 2009

Happy Father’s day to all dads and froggy dads out there! Ribbit!

I know my siblings and I have been a naughty bunch up until this very day. Just like Keroma, Keropa has been patient with us. He maybe stern, strict and very direct-to-the-point at times, but I know that he’s very concerned of our well-being.

He’s only guiding us to the right direction.

When I become a father, I want to be like Keropa. :D



Happy Mother’s Day!

Sunday, May 10th, 2009


I love Keroma so much. Ribbit! She’s so patient even though I always get into trouble. She sometimes gets mad at me and my friends, but I know her intentions are good and that she’s only guiding us to the right direction.

As a present for Keroma, my friends and I decided to run her cafe for Mother’s Day. I know the place will be jam-packed so we’re going to help her out. Ribbit!

Keroleen, Ganta and Pikki will be in the kitchen concocting delectable dishes, while Kyorosuke, Noberu, Koroppi and I will be in the main restaurant attending to customers.

For those who are going to celebrate Mother’s Day at Keroma’s Cafe, please be patient with us. We will try our best to serve you. Ribbit!


Thank You Keroma

Monday, May 12th, 2008

I’m so thankful to Keroma. She taught me everything that I know when it comes to cooking. I really idolize her. She’s the epitome of both a mother and a woman.

So patient, kind and wise yet she still has that commanding aura. It’s really amazing how one woman can handle a family of 5, plus the whole Frog Gang. I really appreciate that she allows us to hangout at the house even though we are not blood relatives. She even treats us like her own children and not just mere guests.

When I have my own family, I want to be like her and when it’s my children’s turn to have their own families, I want to pass a lot love and knowledge to them.

I love you Keroma, I really appreciate all the good things you have taught me. Thank you for all your love.


Happy Mother’s Day!

Sunday, May 11th, 2008

keroma This entry is a tribute to my mother, for all the love, care, lessons and sacrifices that she gave me and my siblings. Without her, I wouldn’t be here and I wouldn’t be the kind of frog I am today.

She may be strict at times, but I know that it’s for a good reason. No matter how hard-headed I am at certain occasions, I always end up following her advice. I’m so thankful that she’s my mother. Ribbit!

She’s also the perfect cook, far better than Keroleen. With her magic touch, she makes the best food ever! Who would have thought that a simple riceball could actually give me a boost of energy. Never happened with the riceballs from other establishments, but with Mama, her food always makes me happy and energetic. Ribbit ribbit!


Donut Pond

Wednesday, September 26th, 2007

I never got to show you where I live. Hehe.

pond1This is where I live! Donut Pond! This is the largest and bluest pond around. I live in a big house with my parents and siblings.

My dad’s hospital is located near the pond and so is my mom’s restaurant.  My friends also live within the area, that’s why we get to easily hang-out at each other’s houses and play games.

Donut Pond has a lot of open spaces. If we’re not playing video games, we also play baseball and boomerangs, we also like to go swimming and diving.


Hairy Frog?

Friday, September 21st, 2007

It just suddenly occurred to me when Zashiki posted about growing a mustache. I don’t have one, but my father does…

krpapa I know, I know, mustache doesn’t look good on me, but it looks fine on my father. I’m confused…how can frogs grow hair, let alone a mustache? As for Keroleen’s pigtails, it’s a decorative clip to make her look more adorable.

There’s a simile “feel as fine as frog’s hair” meaning “extremely fine” (delicate and slender). The allusion to the hairs on a frog clearly points us to the ’slender, narrow’, meaning of the phrase. Just as clearly, frogs don’t have hair, and the ironic reference to it is intended to highlight the effect.

I wonder how father grew a mustache. Hmm…maybe when I’m a parent I’ll have a mustache.

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