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35 Responses to Write A Funny Caption For This Photo

  • joseph katzinsays:

    just another day a work.

  • christopher cooksays:

    captions for frog/train it’s not easy being green I’ve got a ticket to ride (old beatles song-remember them)

  • mickael machtsays:

    Looks like he’s hoping a train.

  • Ron scannellsays:

    Miss Piggy will never find me now

  • Stusays:

    Miss Piggy kicked me out again!

  • Vytsays:

    Somewhere out there, a turnout is missing it’s frog.

    • Jeremysays:

      Brilliant! VERY CLEVER!!!

  • mitchellsays:

    Ah the train is here, time to start my vacation away from miss piggy before my vacation starts hello Cuban rum.

  • Ernest Fostersays:

    🎵 Froggy went a courtin he did ride, uh hu 🎵

    • Petesays:

      I’m still laughing….
      Thanks for that you made my day.

  • Alex. Lafarguesays:

    …just hop – hop – hopping along … via railway services …

  • David Broadsays:

    So THATs what they mean by LIVE FROG.

  • Jim Kennedysays:

    I just came down here to see the Princess and that wicked witch did it to me again.

    • Waynesays:


    • Sheldon Clarksays:

      Yes, I really did Laugh Out Loud this time.

  • Bill Mezgersays:

    Is this the last train to Clarksville ?

  • Anthony Daytonsays:

    The last time they nearly tore my leg off trying to move the frog switch.

  • David Stokessays:

    I’ll be getting off at the next set of points. (For you citizens of North America, substitute “Switch” or “Points”)

  • W Rusty Lanesays:

    I’m hoping to hop on board

  • Kevin Chingsays:

    “I gotta go Kiss a princess, Can you take me there please?.

  • Roger Bashfortdsays:

    Get on board Kermit. One giant leap for man one small hop for a frog.

  • Davesays:

    Oh good it’s a pantograph – it won’t have any issues with frogs.

  • Larry Aronsonsays:

    Well… guess it’s time to ride the rails and see the world before I croak!

  • Jaysays:

    Move over Mr Gecko, Say hello to the new Geico frog!

  • Robert Mooresays:

    Any human legs on the menu ?


    Is this for the Green Line?

    (This will have to explained to some Americans)

  • Billsays:

    Finally! The train to Frogwarts.

  • Bill Garrisonsays:

    Geico will insure anything

  • john lebsanftsays:

    Hurry before I croak.

  • William Whitesays:

    Excuse me where is the lily pad coach

  • lorrainesays:

    Is this the the train to frogwarts

  • Gerrysays:

    Hey Buddy! Look at me , I’m talking’ to you…

  • Tim Tatesays:

    If Miss Piggy catches me gett’in on this train and leav’in town, , she’ll croak.!

  • Wallace Christinasays:

    I can’t believe that guy told me to “Go ahead and Just Hop On!”

  • Frank Bsays:

    “Hey Joe, you know how you were telling me about problems with the live frogs on your layout ? Well, if this guy can’t help, I guess no-one can !”

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