Emai chain.:  "The Frog," (humor), plus Media chain letter. US, 1997.

Subject: Only Because It Is funny
Date: Thu, 13 Nov 1997 09:13:39 -0500

> A man takes the day off work and decides to go out golfing.
> He is on the second hole when he notices a frog sitting next to the
> green. He thinks nothing of it and is about to shoot when he hears,
> "Ribbit. 9 Iron" The man looks around and doesn't see anyone. "Ribbit.
> 9 Iron." He looks at the frog and decides to prove the frog wrong,
> puts his other club away, and grabs a 9 iron. Boom! he hits it 10
> inches from the cup. He is shocked. He says to the frog, "Wow that's
> amazing. You must be a lucky frog, eh?" The frog reply's "Ribbit.
> Lucky frog." The man decides to take the frog with him to the next
> hole. "What do you think frog?" the man asks. "Ribbit. 3 wood." The
> guy takes out a 3 wood and Boom! Hole in one.
> The man is befuddled and doesn't know what to say. By the end of the
> day, the man golfed the best game of golf in his life and asks the
> frog, "OK where to next?" The frog reply, "Ribbit. Las Vegas." They go
> to Las Vegas and the guy says, "OK frog, now what?" The frog says,
> "Ribbit Roulette." Upon approaching the roulette table, the man asks,"
> What do you think I should bet?" The frog replies, "Ribbit.
> ?3000,black 6." Now, this is a million-to-one shot to win, but after
> the golf game, the Man figures what the heck. Boom! Tons of cash comes
> sliding back across the table. The man takes his winnings and buys the
> best room in the hotel.
> He sits the frog down and says, "Frog, I don't know how to repay you.
> You've won me all this money and I am forever grateful." The frog
> replies, "Ribbit, Kiss Me." He figures why not, since after all the
> frog did for him he deserves it. With a kiss, the frog turns into a
> gorgeous 15-year-old girl.
> "And that, your honor, is how the girl ended up in my room."
> The origination of this letter is unknown, but it brings good luck to
> everyone who passes it on. The one who breaks the chain will have bad
> luck. Do not keep this letter. Do not send money. Just forward it
> to five of your friends to whom you wish good luck. You will see
> that something good happens to you four days from now if the chain is
> not broken.
> You
> will receive good luck in four days.

Received by Daniel W.VanArsdale, 1997.


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