A frog named Snohomish Slew is held up by Dallas Van Dyke as a crowd watches the inaugural Groundfrog Day festivities in downtown Snohomish, Wash., Thursday morning, Feb. 2, 2006. In a ceremony modeled after Groundhog Day, event organizers said the frog predicted more wet weather for the region and that the Seattle Seahawks would win the Super Bowl over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Detroit. You write the cutline — and make your prediction, too. (AP Photo/Dan Bates)
1. The Groundfrog day celebrations ground to a halt after Bubbua, the fry cook at the diner, misread the flyer and prepared ground Snohomish Stew — A Token D.
2. Snohomish Slew predicts: The Seahawks will flood the Steelers, who will croak on the spot — MIK.
3. The frog gets the rubber glove test to determine the number of inches it will rain on the wet side of the state — Whatever.