Happy frog soil is the name of a happy dance that Pepe loves.
According to a recent article in the German newspaper Bild, the Pepe of old used to perform the dance when he was a boy in the city of Wiesbaden, in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
The article reports that the boy’s father, Walter Bielen, has told Bild that he wanted to perform this happy dance for Pepe after his son went on to play for Bayern Munich, Bayern’s biggest club.
He said that he hoped that he could use his son’s talent to help others as well, according to Bild.
“I want to give him a chance to express his creativity and talents.
We need more artists to make it a more exciting time,” Walter Bile told Bild.
Pepe’s father also told the newspaper that the frog soil he used to play with was the source of his son´s happiness.
“I used to make frog soil for him because he was really happy when he played football,” he said.
Bild adds that the youngster has always been a very good player, despite being a child of the 1960s and 1970s.
The story is not the first to reveal that the Pepes of the world enjoy playing football.
In 2015, the French football club Lyon bought the rights to play a version of the Happy Ending Happy Frog, which has a happy ending.
While Pep’s name is never mentioned in the story, the club’s president, Yannick Pellegrini, told the French media outlet L’Equipe that Pepe was happy when the Happy Frog was bought.
“It’s a real pleasure to play the Happy Endings.
We’re proud of our club,” he told the outlet.
Pellegrinis told L’Équipe that he would like to buy a version that Pepe could perform at the start of every home match, according the Daily Mail.