1. When I saw this initially, I thought it was all the fly’s friends coming to seek revenge, and the smaller frog was warning the larger one of the oncoming onslaught. However, after some thought, I came to Sheep’s conclusion too, and I think it’s the right one.

  2. The problem I had with this one is that the bug hanging from his tongue looks more like a bee than a fly, so I thought he had been stung.

  3. One of my jobs in college involved selling low-end pet fish – goldfish, guppies, mollies, neons, etc.

    “I want that one … no, not that one…. no, the one over there now …”

  4. Reminds me of a Peanuts strip from a long long time ago.

    It’s night. Charlie Brown goes outside and finds Lucy staring up at the sky

    Lucy: 383, 384, 385
    Charlie Brown: What are you doing?
    Lucy: Counting the stars. 386, 387, 388
    Charlie Brown [pointing up]: Did you count that one?
    Lucy: Which one?
    Charlie Brown: That one, next to the other two.
    Lucy [pointing]: THAT one?
    Charlie Brown: No, more to the left.
    Lucy: That orange one?
    Charlie Brown: No, below the orange one.
    Lucy: THAT one?
    Charlie Brown: Down a bit more.
    Lucy: THAT one?
    Charlie Brown: Yes! That one.
    Lucy: What about it?

  5. I agree with Padraig. Children can drive a parent (or aunt/uncle/grandparent) crazy with which one of seemingly identical things they want.

    Unless I am upset about what we are buying and just want to get the shopping over with (which is most of the time as Robert tends to be the one of us who finds things we need to buy) I can be like that too.

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