It's going to be on that Cool! New! Gen Y! Teevee program I-CAUGHT tomorrow on ABC (you know, the new show where they regurgitate shit you see on YouTube and call it news) but I already call bullshit on this "phrogging" business.*
I've only seen 6 clips, but seriously kids, have we learned nothing from The Blair Witch Project?
To sneak into a house and live among its occupants without their knowledge. People who attempt this are referred to as phrogs. Phrogs try to respect the house�s inhabitants as if they were roommates, by not breaking or taking-although mooching food is sometimes necessary for survival. Phrogs rarely stay in a single house for more than a few days as the fear of getting caught settles in. Then it�s usually time to move on and the phrog will hop to a new pad. Phrogging can be attempted solo or in groups.