Frog Tattoos

Frog tattoos may seem an odd choice for a design, but there are probably some things about frogs that may surprise you. When you consider their popularity in our society today plus the meanings of frogs in many different cultures, you will see why frog tattoos may not be so odd after all.

Frogs are amphibians that have long hind legs, a short body, webbed fingers and toes, protruding eyes and no tail. There are over 5,000 different species of frogs and they come in all colors including many shades of green, brown, bright orange, blue, red, yellow and even spotted to name a few.

For some cultures frogs are seen as sacred and for others good luck. Below is how some cultures portray them: 

North American Coastal Tribes – Prosperity and wealth Native American Tribes – The Great Rainmaker China – Prosperity in business and healing Japan – Energy and perseverance Ancient Egypt – Symbol and life and the protector on the journey to the afterlife, life and fertility Borneo – Creator of Men The Haida – Harmony and to keep the balance Western Cultures – Good luck Greeks and Romans – Fertility and harmony Scotland – Good luckFrogs have also been popular in folklore, fairy tales, literature, films, television, music, comic books and video games just to name a few. Do you these famous amphibians?
The Frog Prince – Fairy tale Kermit The Frog – Sesame Street and The Muppet Show The Punk Frogs – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Dig ’em – Honey Smacks cereal Michigan J Frog – Looney Tunes Frogger – Frogger Battletoads – Battletoads Bufo and Bunda – The Kine Saga Carden – The Adventures of Victor and Max The Hypnotoad – Futurama Baron Dante – Croc the Legend of Gobbos and Croc 2 King Solomon’s Frogs – Marvel Comics Mr. Toad – Wind In The Willows children’s book Trevor – Harry Potter Tijuana Toads – Film Shrek – Film Meet The Robinson’s – Film Hoppity Hooper – Animated series Joy To The World – song by Three Dog Night (“Jeremiah was a bullfrog”) The Three Budweiser Frogs (Bud, Wei and Ser) – Budweiser beer adsAs you can see, frogs are everywhere, and as some people may view them as slimy and as the giver of warts, (which is not true by the way), most people find them fun, unique and a cute little creature.

If you are considering a frog tattoo, you will have a huge variety of design options to choose from. Since there are so many different colored species of frogs, this allows you to have a very distinctive and vibrant tattoo. You can choose from famous frogs, cartoon designs or life-like images that can be in the water, on land or even jumping. You can have fun designing your frog tattoo and it will be something that you will love forever.

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