Whitney and frogs: explained

Written by whatinthe world

Sunday, 18 April 2010

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One frog trying hard to avoid Whitney Houston's music

Brussels, Belgium. Scientists have made a dramatic discovery into why common amphibians, such as frogs, cannot stand listening to Whitney Houston sing.

Apparently, its a simple reason of taste: Whitney just doesn't cut it in the frog world.

The performer, who had a string of hits from the mid Eighties onward, has a voice range that most people, let alone frogs, react negatively to whenever her music is played and heard.

For example, Mrs Wendy Cartwheel of Suffolk is known to lapse into a psychotic state if diva Houston comes on the radio. Her pet salamander, Horatio, will likewise flip onto its back and play dead whenever Whitney is even remotely audible.

These results will have a major impact though some people are wondering just why they were carried out in the first place.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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