NOTE: This is a fictional version of an existing company with the same name.

LeapFrog (abbreviated as LF/LFrog) is a Leapian-American-Christian conservative multinational megacorporation/conglomerate, officially founded on January 1, 1800.

It was established as Titranic Animation Studios from 1800 to 1830. It is marked as the first ever and oldest everything company in the United States, and it is also truly believed to be the most richest company in the world.



Main article: St. Leape Froge

Carmen Dile I was officially born in mid-1791 in California, a Mexican-owned area back then, inside a giant box.

The earliest known term of the company name was used in 1777, when Carmen's mother found a frog in the middle of an Egyptian desert, naming the frog "Saint Leape Froge". The pet frog lived for 9 years before officially giving up on its life in March 1786.

The burial of St. Leape Froge is currently placed in front of the LeapFrog headquarters, as of today.

Founding (1798 - 1800; 1830)

Main article: Titranic Animation Studios

In 1798, Carmen Dile I came up with the idea of a company based off of her mother's pet frog's name, although she thought a different name would be greatly ideal for her corporation.

The company was officially founded on January 1, 1800 in the United States, including worldwide, being named Titranic Animation Studios.

The company began to produce colorized animation in 1803 and colorized media in 1859 when they figured out how to film in color. They also knew how to work with sound in 1880.

30 years later, on January 1, 1830, the well-known business was separated into 2 different companies (LeapFrog Animation and LeapFrog [main company]), after corporate owner changed the company's name to its current famous label.

CEO history

Red Sarsa (1800 - 1850)

Lip Xavier (1850 - 1875)

Gape Leaper (1875 - 1932)

Bat Reaper (1932 - 1959)

Poy Poy (1959 - 2001)

Zachary Coat (2001 - 2003)

Ware Pou (2003 - 2010)

Damian Marin (2010 - present)

co-CEO history

Day Pou (1955 - 1983)

Van Greg (1983 - 2001)

Jay Greg (2001 - 2010)

Alexander Hut (2010 - 2016)

Red Sarsa (2016 - 2019)

Username687 (2019 - present)



Leap Inc. movies include these ratings:

G rating (used sometimes)

PG rating (used sometimes)

PG-13 rating (used a lot of times beginning in the late 2010s)

R rating (used a lot of times)

NC-17 rating (used sometimes; barely used as of 2020)

Video Games

eC rating (used sometimes)

E rating (used at completely)

E10+ rating (used completely)

T rating (used completely)

M rating (used completely)

AO rating (used sometimes)

RP rating (used completely)


TV-Y rating (used sometimes)

TV-Y7/TV-Y7-FV rating (used sometimes)

TV-G rating (used barely)

TV-PG rating (used sometimes)

TV-14 rating (used completely)

TV-MA rating (used barely)

Statewide plan

On April 18, 2020, Leap Inc. had made multiple plans for their headquarters to be statewide, meaning that all 50 states could possibly have the LeapFrog headquarters building.

They started off with a press conference, taking place on social media such as Instagram, YouTube and Facebook, discussing of why and how they will go statewide all around the United States. The press conference was actually a live stream and was viewed by almost 5 billion on Instagram and Facebook and 3.8 billion on YouTube.

On July 6, 2020, the headquarter buildings were successfully demolished, with the under construction buildings being Ramada Inn hotels.

On November 11, 2020, an official statement on Twitter, said:

"This message is given out to let people know about the statewide plan that was finalized many months ago this year.

It doesn't matter how much studios we would want all across the United States, besides our headquarters, but what does matter is that we made a mistake when we thought of this idea. This plan was kind of stupid to make in the end and we would like to apologize for the inconvenience from the past.

The present has now made things better for us, and that we finally noticed that no one needed to have their own LeapFrog studio. The only reason we came up with this legal idea was because we thought people could get a stately experience for our business, and that we could expand our studio nationwide, only to find out after that it didn't make a difference.

A few weeks earlier before the demolition of the statewide studios, we asked Wyndham Hotels and Resorts to make sure that everyone who were complaining at us over this to let them know that our idea was just a mistake and that this wouldn't happen again.

Thank you to everyone who took the time to understand what happened."


Democratic policy (2013 -)

On January 10, 1828, the company officially became pro-Democratic for 32 years, although the political structure for the business wasn't really liberal. On January 10, 1860, the company officially became pro-Republican/pro-conservative.

On November 2, 2012, LeapFrog stated on Twitter and Instagram that they were planning to create a major policy against the Democratic party, saying that Democrat employees are allowed to work at the corporation, although gossiping about politics and threatening Republican employees is strictly banned.
A month later, the business announced that the policy would take effect on their corporation and the US White House in 2013.

On November 3, 2013, the policy officially took effect.

Agreements/Disagreements (2014 - 2016)

On January 2, 2014, LeapFrog created an employee chart, explaining the amount of employees agreed and disagreed with the policy, as the chart reads as followed:

Employee chart
Number of employees Political policy agreements Political policy disagreements Business' political party
135 billion (approximately) 96% (Republican)

72% (Democratic)

4% (Republican)

28% (Democratic)

Conservative, pro-Republican

The chart became official a day after it was made, with the counts being professional.

Throughout 2015 and 2016, the chart changed straightforwardly before dissolving.

April Fools policy (2019 -)

On March 30, 2019, Leap Incorporation tweeted that a new policy against April Fools Day would take effect within the next 2 days. All employees were notified about the new policy the next day, although some have knew about the tweet before the notice. Only a few employees have planned to recall the policy, but the corporation would not allow it to happen due to the policy's "strict" restriction.

On March 31, 2019, the chief executive officer of LeapFrog Incorporation stated the policy's description, as it reads:

"April Fools Day policy: All employees are and will be strictly prohibiting from creating April 1 jokes and hoaxes, as it unreasonably disrespects us, as a giant corporation. If any employee is caught doing so, they will either be given a warning or being fired permanently."

On April 1, 2019, the policy officially took effect upon the entire business, however this policy doesn't effect its subsidiaries.


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