People love or hate frogs. Besides the fact that their unpredictability can be scary to some people (me included), frogs are undeniably cute to look at.
They are these cute, mostly green lumps of peaceful bliss. When you think about it, almost every picture of a frog looks either very happy or very calm.
We might have been taught to like frogs because of stories like The Princess and the Frog or because of characters like Kermit the Frog. Even though we’ve grown to love them, the internet is in love with them even more.
A new term has been coined to describe sharing photos of frogs, with or without funny captions: “frogposting.” This is because so many people do this. And even though the term isn’t very old, frog memes have been a big part of meme culture for a long time now.
Frogs had a big comeback in 2020, thanks to Instagram users and a mix of pandemic doom and the love of the cottagecore look. Frogs have been able to provide social media users who want to get away from the doomscrolling with a mix of sweet, silly, and calming fun.
Frogs even have their own month! Because frogs “represent transition, the leap from one thing, place, and situation to another,” it’s thought that April is National Frog Month, which is why.
That’s why we’ve looked at Reddit, Twitter, Tumblr, and Imgur to find some ribbiting and interesting frog content for you to look at. These froggies are cute and pure, smol and angry, and just plain fun.