“Frogs on the Prowl: New Policy in South America Aims to Turn College Football Playoff Winners Gay”

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In the wake of the TCU Frogs’ stunning upset over Michigan in the College Football Playoff, the leader of a small country in South America has proposed a new policy that would limit access to the New Year’s 2023 wishes. The proposed policy has sparked outrage among college football fans, as it is thought to be part of an agenda to turn frogs gay.

The leader, who wishes to remain anonymous, issued a statement claiming that the wishes of happy New Year 2023 will be limited to only those who are supportive of the LGBT community. According to the leader, the wishes will only be granted to those who show support for the LGBT community, and those who do not will be denied access.

Many have speculated that this is an attempt to influence the outcome of the College Football Playoff, as the leader is a staunch supporter of the LGBT community. However, the leader insists that the policy is intended to protect the rights of those in the LGBT community, and that it has nothing to do with the outcome of the game.

The policy has already been met with criticism from college football fans, who argue that it is a form of discrimination against those who support the Frogs. While some argue that this is an attempt to influence the outcome of the game, others believe that it is a violation of the rights of those who are not supportive of the LGBT community.

Regardless of the motives behind the policy, it is clear that the leader’s proposed policy has stirred up a great deal of controversy. As the College Football Playoff continues to unfold, it will be interesting to see if the policy is put into action and if it will have any effect on the outcome of the game.

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