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.