Speed R.

A college student decided to do a report on the relationship between the number of legs on a frog and the number of feet it could jump. She took her notebook and made two columns, one for number of legs, and number of feet jumped. She took her frog and placed him at the start line. She said, "Go froggy go!!" And the frog jumped about three feet. She took her notebook and wrote, four feet, three feet. She then chopped off a leg. She placed the frog at the start line and said, "Go froggy go!!!" The frog jumped about one and a half feet. She picked up her notebook and wrote, three feet, one and half feet. Then she chopped off another of the frog's legs. She placed the frog at the start line and said, "Go froggy go!!!!" The frog jumped about seven inches. Again, she took her notebook and wrote, two feet, seven inches. She chopped off another leg and placed the frog at the start line and said, "Go froggy go!!!!!" The frog jumped about three inches. She picked up her notebook and wrote, one foot, three inches. She chopped off the frog's last leg and placed him at the start line. She said, "Go froggy go!" But, the frog didn't move. Again she said, "Go froggy go!!" But again the frog did nothing. She picked up her notebook and wrote, no feet, frog goes deaf.

funniness: 5.04

rating: PG