The other evening, it occurred to me that the repetitive nature of his hecting made him practically a model twitizen. So we set up a twitter account for him (disappointingly, “Hector” has been taken by a non-entity who stopped using twitter after two posts and didn’t delete his account). He automatically updates based on an utterly trivial script, and occasionally Victoria or I will manually post with him.
As a consequence of being a large fuzzy air filled cube, Hector is very huggable. In fact, he is the most huggablest frog ever (yes that’s a word. Firefox hasn’t even given me a squiggly red line for it)!. This is a very good way of relieving stress. So, if you’re having a stressful day, we really must encourage you to #hugthefrog
All of these pictures are in fact not of Hector, but from a set of Kelig Groda pictures which piscue has kindly made available under a creative commons license on his Flickr account. We have gratefully used these for both this post and Hector’s user icon.