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Frog Bank



 

Puzzle ID:#3970
Fun:*** (2.67)
Difficulty:** (1.74)
Category:Other
Submitted By:piffle****

 

 

 



A frog needs a loan so he goes to a bank. He hops in and hops up to the front desk. The clerk there, whose name is Paddywack, asks him, "Can I help you, sir?" The frog replies, "Yes, I'd like to take out a loan." Paddywack says, "What's your name, sir?" The frog says, "Mick Jagger." Paddywack laughs and says, "What like the Rolling Stone?" The frog responds, "Yes, as a matter of fact, he was my father." Paddywack says, "Ok, we'll give you a loan. But first, in this bank, you need to present your collateral before we give you your loan." The frog rummages in his pocket and finally comes up with a little golden strangely shaped object. He says, "All I've got is this. Will you accept it?" Paddywack studies the object for a moment and asks, "What is it?" The frog shrugs and says, "I don't know. I inherited it from my father." Paddywack takes the object and says to the frog, "Ok, I'll go take this to my boss. Maybe he'll know what it is." Paddywack leaves the room and enters another smaller office. When he comes back out, he grants the loan. What did his boss say to make him grant the loan?




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