16 October 2013

I have written several posts about the commonalities of people everywhere – and indeed what we have in common with other animals.

Now read this. The British, well, the inhabitants of what is now Wiltshire, were eating frogs’ legs around 9500 years ago.

Frogs have long vanished from the British diet but the article with cheery patriotism says we ate them before the French.

You see, we are not only related to the pipid frog, we ate frogs too.