Celebrity Swine Flu Fatality: Kermit D. Frog

Kermit D. Frog croaked today after Miss Piggy came down with a frog in her throat. Kermit was the 80th victim to die of Swine Flu…

After eating her Spam, Kermit’s last words were, “Miss Piggy swore her pork tenderloin was clean.”

Ironically, the World Organisation for Animal Health has discovered that “swine flu” virus spreading around the globe has not been linked to pigs. If true then the Pig Paranoia has been a hoax since the virus outbreak in Mexico. The European Organisation noted the virus has not been isolated in animals and should be called the “North American influenza” for the geographic origin of the human flu outbreak.

Yet, the World Health Organization claims the outbreak commonly called the Swine Flu has infected 9,830 people and killed 79 people (mostly in Mexico) in their report released on May 19, 2009. Source

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(1) Breaking News was created from Jim Henson’s Muppets Kermit D. Frog and Miss Piggy chopped onto the background from Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update anchored by Seth Meyers.

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Posted on May 20, 2009, in Humor, Hump Day Humor, Satire and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!

    Kermit can NEVER die!

    • Miss Moneypenny

      Hi Meleah,

      Kermit is only playing possum with Miss Piggy to teach all the Boys and Girls that we can’t catch H1N1 Swine Flu from eating Pork! :mrgreen:

  2. Poor Kermit, I guess I’ll be eating no more fried frog legs knowing one of them maybe his. 😯

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