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Frogs married in India to encourage rainfall


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In a peculiar attempt to encourage rainfall during a dry spell in Nagpur local farmers organised the marriage of two frogs on Saturday to please the Rain Gods so that they might bestow monsoon showers on the region.

"A number of farmers seeking rainfall in Nagpur city organised wedding of two frogs on Saturday to please the Rain Gods and hoped their region would soon receive monsoon showers."

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LOL! Man.... I wonder how did they do it.

*Farmer 1: Hey catch that frog, he's going away!

Farmer 2: The other went up my pants....!

Farmer 3: Marriage canceled.*

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I wonder what the cake was composed of? I'm thinking it's not a slice I would want to eat.

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Awww I hope the little frogs bring some rain to the people that mostly need it. I wonder if they dressed them up or gave them a little froggy cake lol

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Wonder where they went for their honeymoon...

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They probably honeymoon where they can mate to have the sun back shining up again.

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I was thinkin more like a mucky swamp.. after the monsoon.

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