That's the stuff.Just like they decided that the hobby should just accept their designer dart plans, they named themselves shipping experts before they'd hardly shipped anything, named themselves scientists, named their frogs "SAFE" when they can't back up the claims inherent in that title, and it's fine to shove a bunch of tincs into one sparsely planted viv, etc..etc... Oh and they decided that even though we all blasted their sleazy used car salesman marketing techniques, that it was best to just continue using them. I'm sure I've left out some other stuff but you all get the idea... It's just amazing to me that they don't get the idea
There would be no reason why the definition of a "Designer Frog" would deviate from that of a "designer" snake or any "designer" animal. It's just casual nomenclature, but a "Designer Frog" is already accepted as one in which animals/species/morphs/locales that could not normally breed in nature are bred in an effort to create something that, strictly speaking, does not occur in the wild. All hybrids are designer frogs, not all designer frogs are hybrids.
If Rick can be dogmatic, so can I.
Now I suggest that someone apply for a trademark on the phrase "Designer Frogs" and officially define it as something quite unflattering.