98+ Best Frog Quotes: Exclusive Selection

Frog is a small animal that has smooth skin, lives in water and on land, has long powerful back legs with which it jumps from place to place, has no tail, and is usually greenish-brown in colour. Profoundly inspirational frog quotes will fire up your brain and encourage you to look at life differently while making you laugh.

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Famous Frog Quotes

Breaking the silence Of an ancient pond, A frog jumped into water – A deep resonance. — Matsuo Basho

A frog would leap from a throne of gold into a puddle. — Publilius Syrus

The Master was exceedingly gracious to university dons who visited him, but he would never reply to their questions or be drawn into their theological speculations. To his disciples, who marveled at this, he said, Can one talk about the ocean to a frog in a well or about the divine to people who are restricted by their concepts? — Anthony de Mello

Explaining humor is a lot like dissecting a frog, you learn a lot in the process, but in the end you kill it. — Mark Twain

You cannot eat every tadpole and frog in the pond, but you can eat the biggest and ugliest one, and that will be enough, at least for the time being. — Brian Tracy

What do you call those things at the bottom of rivers? Frogs? Stones? Unsuccessful gangsters? — Terry Pratchett

Humor is like a frog; if you dissect it, it dies. — Mark Twain

Simon Gray, I decided when I first witnessed this frog into prince transformation, did not have a drinking problem. He had a drinking solution. — Stephen Fry

Gossips are frogs, they drinke and talke. — George Herbert

I love fairy tales because of their haunting beauty and magical strangeness. They are set in worlds where anything can happen. Frogs can be kings, a thicket of brambles can hide a castle where a royal court has lain asleep for a hundred years, a boy can outwit a giant, and a girl can break a curse with nothing but her courage and steadfastness. — Kate Forsyth

I think that for me, growing up, my dad was in the Navy; we went all over the world. I love things the weirder the better. The idea I could eat things like snails or frogs legs or things like that was mind-blowingly cool. — Graham Elliot

It may not be that a single year’s worth of silver iodide application immediately causes frogs to float belly up. But it’s just an additional harmful effect. — John Buckley

You don’t always have to kiss a lot of frogs to recognize a prince when you find one -Henrietta Barett — Julia Quinn

I’m not a diva. I’m a tadpole trying to be a frog. — Toni Braxton

My Aunt Maria asked me to read the life of Dr. Chalmers,which, however, I did not promise to do.Yesterday, Sunday, she was heard through the partitionshouting to my Aunt Jane, who is deaf, ‘Think of it!He stood half an hour today to hear the frogs croak,and he wouldn’t read the life of Chalmers.’ — Henry David Thoreau

I raised frogs every spring in our house from tadpoles and by end of summer our house was overrun with frogs. — William Joyce

And Poppy, remember that someday you will meet a frog who will turn into a handsome prince. Good, Beatrix said. Because all she’s met so far are princes who turn into frogs. Mr. Bayning is not a frog, Poppy protested. You’re right, Beatrix said. That was very unfair to frogs, who are lovely creatures. — Lisa Kleypas

I cleared my throat – it isn’t frogs you get in your throat; it’s memories. — Martha Grimes

When I was really young I used to collect frog spawn. I made a pond out of an old sink and I loved to spend hours watching the frogs grow. — Beth Orton

Ads are carefully designed by the Madison Avenue frog-men of-the-mind for semiconscious exposure. — Marshall McLuhan

There are a lot of signs. One of the things that makes me most nervous is the disappearance of the frogs. They’re going downhill all over the planet. Frogs are susceptible to all kinds of problems, because they require water to breed and their skin is very porous. Their condition is nerve racking. — Paul R. Ehrlich

If frogs had side pockets, they’d carry hand guns. — Dan Rather

The pike does not ask the frog’s permission before dining. — Robert Jordan

There was a time when fame meant that you were either someone who is really gifted in your field or you were making an impact or you are famous because you were a really horrible person, you know? But now, you can become famous by eating a frog. It’s just not the same thing. — Debbie Allen

And I kissed a lot of frogs as well, but no, I kissed a lot of frogs and now I’ve found my prince. — Joan Collins

This paper opens the floodgates for studying a wide range of species. The fundamental mechanisms are probably going to be the same in all vertebrates, as even frogs and fish have gaze control. — Eric Knudsen

If you throw a frog in a pot of boiling water, it will hop right out. But if you put that frog in a pot of tepid water and slowly warm it, the frog doesn’t figure out what going on until it’s too late. Boiled frog. It’s just a metter of working by slow degrees. — Stephenie Meyer

It does mix it up, because sometimes she’ll take on the role of putting frogs in Charlie’s shoes and sometimes I will, … combination of wicked wit and absolutely saintly spirit. — Diane Sawyer

Frog catching is the most fun a human being can have while on this earth. — Jase Robertson

Understanding humor is like dissecting a live frog. It can be done, but the frog tends to die in the process. — E. B. White

In France, if you have any sort of talent, you’d better keep it here. And if you’re going to go abroad, it had better not be America. The old battle – American versus Frog cinema. It’s ridiculous. — Jean Reno

There has been an increase in the number of malformed frogs. What’s causing these malformed frogs is not really clear, though there are a number of theories. — Charles Carlson

The fundamental mechanisms are probably going to be the same in all vertebrates, as even frogs and fish have gaze control. The promise here is that because we are doing this in owls, we can get at the mechanisms of how this works. — Eric Knudsen

Three million frogs’ legs are served in Paris – daily. Nobody knows what became of the rest of the frogs. — Fred Allen

Truth, which is important to a scholar, has got to be concrete. And there is nothing more concrete than dealing with babies, burps and bottles, frogs and mud. — Jeane Kirkpatrick

Floating in this cosmic jucsi we are like frogs oblivious to the water starting to boil. Noone flinches we all float face down. — Brandon Boyd

The man was the finest preacher. He could make a frog stand up straight and get happy with Jesus. — James McBride

One of the basic motifs in fairy tales is that you find the poor and unfortunate along the side of the road, and when they beg for help, if you give it to them, you end up succeeding. If you don’t give it to them, you end up being turned into a frog or something. It’s something that’s been around for thousands of years, a concept that’s been around for thousands of years. — George Lucas

That’s the problem with them fables, they’re putting animals together that wouldn’t meet. I don’t know where a scorpion is knockin’ around with a frog. — Karl Pilkington

I want you to begin keeping a calendar of who you see and when: the first day each year you see buttercups, the first day frogs start singing, the last day you see robins in the fall, the first day for grasshoppers. In short, I want you to pay attention. — Derrick Jensen

FROG, n. A reptile with edible legs — Ambrose Bierce

Those women with collagen lips just look like frogs – ‘muffin mouths,’ I call them. There’s not a line on their brows, and all the emotion gone from their faces, like all those actresses in ‘Desperate Housewives.’ — Barry Humphries

Humor is like a frog. You can dissect it to see how it works, but by then, it’s dead. — E. B. White

people talk about ‘sex’ as though it hopped about by itself, like a frog! — Anne Morrow Lindbergh

How does one conquer fear, Don B.? One takes a frog and sews it to one’s shoe, he said. The left or the right? Don B. gave me a pitying look. Well, you’d look mighty funny going down the street with only one frog sewed to your shoes, wouldn’t you? he said. One frog on each shoe. — Donald Barthelme

They may have turned this up, whether you had the Paula Jones case or not. But again maybe not, but again that’s like if a frog had side pockets he’d probably wear a handgun. — Dan Rather

At the ancient pond the frog plunges into the sound of water — Matsuo Basho

He knew that Hop-Frog was not fond of wine; for it excited the poor cripple almost to madness; and madness is no comfortable feeling. — Edgar Allan Poe

If we never did a critical habitat designation, the frogs would still would be protected and so would their likely habitat. — Al Donner

College is like a woman: you work so hard to get in, and nine months later you wish you’d never come. We used to say if a frog had side pockets, he’d carry a handgun. — Dan Rather

Rachel, Rachel, Rachel,” he said, very still and unmoving. “Always jumping to the wrong conclusion. You’re like a frog, you know. — Kim Harrison

More fun than a frog in a glass of milk. — Bob Weir

It never ceases to amaze us that when we were in kindergarten they taught us that a frog turning into a prince was a nursery fairy tale, but when we got to college they told us that a frog turning into a prince was science. — Ron Carlson

Life isn’t all fricasseed frogs and eel pie. — C. S. Lewis

Can one talk about the ocean to a frog in a well or about the divine to people who are restricted by their concepts? — Anthony de Mello

I will be very sad when global warming and toxins kill off all the toads and frogs and salamanders. Here’s hoping we, as humans, figure out a way to be less stupid. — Moby

Whoever heard of a neurotic frog? Where do humans get off thinking they’re the pinnacle of evolution? — Rita Mae Brown

We are born princes and the civilizing process makes us frogs. — Eric Berne

If you have two frogs, eat the ugliest one first. — Brian Tracy

I’m scared, she said. These days I feel like a snail without a shell. I’m scared too, I said. I feel like a frog without any webs. She looked up and smiled. Wordlessly we walked over to a shaded part of the building and held each other and kissed, a shell-less snail and a webless frog. — Haruki Murakami

I’m scared of failure so much more than any of the other girls I compete against that I work so much harder than they possibly could. I’m totally down with spiders and frogs and heights and snakes – everything; I’m cool with it. — Ronda Rousey

I was in the middle of a dream about garbage cans and frogs – don’t ask, and I won’t tell. — Patricia Briggs

Some of these bulls are gonna’ spin those cowboys so fast, they’ll look like a frog in a blender. — Wayne White

It’s a poor frog that doesn’t praise his own pond! – Donnie McClurkin — Donnie McClurkin

At a time when deformed frogs are being found in lakes and rivers across the nation, it is a dangerous travesty to exempt pesticides from environmental review. — Kieran Suckling

Theories pass. The frog remains. — Jean Rostand

Eat that frog! If you have to eat 3 frogs, eat the biggest and uggliest one first. — Brian Tracy

If you have to swallow a frog, don’t stare at it too long. — Mark Twain

You can dissect a joke just as you can a frog. But it tends to die on you. — E. B. White

Like a frog, the aphorist waits for something to fly by that he can catch with his tongue. — Mason Cooley

California’s red-legged frogs are part of our historical, literary and cultural heritage, … It is critically important that we ensure that there will always be frogs jumping here in Calaveras County, and in other places, too. — Robert Stack

I live in Topanga Canyon, which is like a faux-rustic enclave in Los Angeles. I love the sounds of all the critters outside – the frogs, owls, crickets, and birds. Some of the birds around here are pretty accomplished musicians. You can learn a lot from them. — Cliff Martinez

One of the big questions in the climate change debate: Are humans any smarter than frogs in a pot? If you put a frog in a pot and slowly turn up the heat, it won’t jump out. Instead, it will enjoy the nice warm bath until it is cooked to death. We humans seem to be doing pretty much the same thing. — Jeff Goodell

If frogs could fly – well, we’d still be in this mess, but wouldn’t it be neat? — Drew Carey

For fountains, they are a Great Beauty and Refreshment, but Pools mar all, and make the Garden unwholesome, and full of Flies and Frogs. — Francis Bacon

When I drove for British teams… they called me The Tadpole because I was too small to be a frog. — Alain Prost

Researchers found a frog in new guinea that is so tiny, they believe it’s the smallest vertebrate on the planet. It has the tiniest backbone of any living creature, except members of Congress. — Jay Leno

When they speak, dead frogs fall out of their mouths. — David Hare

The tadpole poet will never grow into anything bigger than a frog. — Algernon Charles Swinburne

Le biologiste passe, la grenouille reste. The biologist passes, the frog remains. — Jean Rostand

Old dark sleepy pool… Quick unexpected frog Goes plop! Watersplash! — Matsuo Basho

What hap­pens to me if this slip­per fits? I turn you into a hand­some frog. — Judith McNaught

I couldn’t cut up a frog, and I certainly couldn’t perform surgery. I’m better at making it possible for other people. — Mary Lasker

Old pond, frog jumps in – plop. — Matsuo Basho

What’s magical about [bears] is that they just spend one-hundred percent of every minute of every hour of every day being a bear. And a tree-frog spends all of its time being a tree-frog. We spend all our time trying to be somebody else. — Stephen Fry

The biologist passes. The frog stays the same. — Jean Rostand

A frog in love would not be enchanted to learn that her beloved had turned into Prince Charming. — Mason Cooley

What is this frog and mouse battle among the mathematicians? — Albert Einstein

In grammar school they taught me that a frog turning into a prince was a fairy tale. In the university they taught me that a frog turning into a prince was a fact! — Ron Carlson

Wearing green underwear today, I feel like a frog. — Ashton Irwin

I don’t know why I go to school unless for kicks, oh well might as well do dissect a frog. — S. E. Hinton

I have tried being surreal, but my frogs hop right back into their realistic ponds. — Mason Cooley

I like the sounds of the frogs at night and the sounds of the birds during the day. — Angela Cummings

I liked the name Frog Brigade because it lent itself to a lot of cool imagery with the whole frog thing. — Les Claypool

A frog in a well cannot conceive of the ocean. — Zhuangzi

You cannot speak of the ocean to a frog that lives in a well. — Bill Vaughan

The old pond, ah! A frog jumps in: The water’s sound. — Matsuo Basho

Do I have a large frog in my hair? I have the sensation that something is eating my brain. — Joaquin Phoenix

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