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November 04, 2022

WE MIGHT AS WELL JUST SHRED THE BILL OF RIGHTS

National Park Service says, don’t lick the poison toad

(Thanks to Ralph)

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...the huge toad’s call sounds like a weak low-pitched toot that lasts less than a second.

Are they sure that's actually it's call?

"I too am a toad licker..."

Hillbilly with a toe fetish

On the plus side, the world already has more than enough princes.

THEM TOAD SUCKERS
How 'bout them toad suckers, ain't they clods?
Sittin' there suckin' them green toady-frogs.
Suckin' them hop-toads, suckin' them chunkers,
Suckin' them leapy-types, suckin' them plunkers.
Look at them toad suckers, ain't they snappy?
Suckin' them bog-frogs sure makes 'em happy.

Them hugger-mugger toad suckers, way down south,
Stickin' them sucky-toads in they mouth.
How to be a toad sucker? No way to duck it.
Gittchyseff a toad, rear back and suck it!

-- Mason Williams 1964 --

^5 @pogo!

Toad lickers are also cork soakers, as everybody knows.

I toad you so.


Hello my baby, hello my honey!
Hello my ....*THUD*!"

"Experts say it can make you sick from handling the frog or licking the frog."

Apparently it can also make you confuse a toad and a frog. Frogs have some mighty fine wine. Toads crash motorcars, requiring toad trucks.

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