The Frog Duchess

22 Aug
"I luve im matey."

“I luve im matey.”

A Special Report By Grimm Report Chief Amphibious Relations Correspondent, Allison Christie | @allisonsarah16

KINGSTON UPON HULL, GREAT BRITAIN—It appears the Duchess of Kingston Upon Hull has hung up her beautiful, hand-crafted designer ball gowns, and opted for humbler fashion these days. This sudden downfall has been linked to a fling with a tracksuit clad frog that she discovered, and kissed, next to a stagnant puddle deep in the local council estate.

Speaking under conditions of anonymity, a staff member for the Duchess has claimed to have seen the Royal leaving the grounds of her home this morning, wearing the previous night’s pajamas tucked into a pair of Ugg boots. Word has it that her greasy hair was pulled into a high ponytail, and secured with a scrunchy.

We caught up to the Duchess for comment. Her response was perplexing to say the least. “Oor Maaate its mafting in dem dresses, Its not me frogs fault like, I luve im matey, look I aft to get off I need a fag n a can of cider.”

The frog, understandably, croaked.



2 Responses to “The Frog Duchess”

  1. honeydidyouseethat? 08/23/2013 at 5:15 pm #

    What a tramp. 🙂

  2. rgdole 08/24/2013 at 9:49 am #

    hmmm… You have to wonder if the princess would’ve stuck with the frog if he’d just remained a frog… you know I read the original story a while back and the princess didn’t kiss him… instead she was mad he was sticking around and she threw him across the room which probably would’ve killed him and then he suddenly turns into a prince she falls in love… man if I was that prince I would’ve smacked her right up side her head for being a little brat…

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