1/07/2009

Web Wednesday: It's Not Easy Being Green...

It's the first Web Wednesday of 2009!

Once again, I'll state the obvious: It's a commonly known and widely accepted fact that the Muppets are awesome. But have you ever wondered where some of your favorite Muppets came from? Of course you have. Here's a quick article detailing the origins of 20 of your favorite Muppets.

Enjoy...

6 comments:

ambrosia said...

I love it!! One of my favorite children's books is "There's a Monster at the end of this book." It's about Grover (aka Archibaldo).
What's your favorite?

Lisa Marie said...

My parents' first date was the Muppet movie. They are incredibly awesome (the Muppets and my parents).

Josh(ua) Treece said...

Amber, do you mean my favorite children's book or my favorite muppet? Because every book is a children's book if the kid can read...

But as far as muppets go, Gonzo all the way. But Pepe the king prawn is pretty high up too...

Lees, that's awesome. I have never heard a more romantic story.

ambrosia said...

Josh, I meant favorite muppet, although I didn't proofread my post and I now see that my question was poorly written.
And as a side note, (and I will fight you on this) it is classified as a "children's book" if it was written specifically for children. Just because a child can read the words contained in "I am America (And So Can You!)" does not make it a children's book.

Josh(ua) Treece said...

I disagree...

And here's why: If a child can read, and they own I Am America (And So Can You), then it is a book belonging to a child. Or, in the King's english, a children's book.

Thanks folks! I'll be here all night...

Lisa Marie said...

Hmm...I don't see this whole "best friends" thing lasting too long, huh guys??