Patches are a frog’s best friend. At least that’s what Kermit the Frog thinks.
We met up with Kermit the Frog just a couple of days ago, and found out that he’s getting up there in age. You could see some gray coming in around his iconic green and froggy eyes as he sat down with us at our office. He gingerly began talking about himself and his muppet friends beginning to have some issues with tears, worn spots, and holes. Then he progressed into explaining that he also was showing his age and needed something to help, which we eagerly offered! He said:
You wanna patch me up?
– Kermit the Frog
Of course we said, “YES!!!” And we threw a couple of great military unit patches on him that really made Kermit look like a badass. The Blackwater patch was Kermit’s obvious favorite as the reds played nicely off his green felt. We were super excited to have such an iconic character loving our military unit patches and we can’t wait to put them on all of the muppets!!!
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