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Thursday, April 10, 2014

Spurs Manu Ginobili Inspires Frogging Meme

Posted By on Thu, Apr 10, 2014 at 9:37 PM

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Back in March, Aussie basketball player Patty Mills posted a hilarious photo of Manu Ginobli “frogging” and now, one month later, we have a quickly developing #frogging meme on our hands.

But what exactly is frogging?  All you have to do is put your hands in an downward position and squat in place.  You should not only look very  awkward, but you should also appear sort of like a frog.

As you can see by these photos, Spurs fans and players alike endorse frogging.

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Good old Boris Diaw #33 even put out a call on Twitter to Spurs fans encouraging them to get #frogging for basketball tickets.  The best pic Diaw and Studio3D find on Twitter will 2 passes for the game against the Dallas Mavericks on Friday, April 10.

Even if the location leaves a large majority of San Antonio Spurs fans out of the running, this frogging craze is fast becoming a popular meme.

For absolutely zero #frogging, follow @marshnaylor

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