Wednesday, 1 December 2010

Doing Kermit

Commonly called the Sonoran Desert Toad or the Colorado River Toad. These are big toads with adults varying from 4 to 7.5 inches in length, and they can be found in the southern half of Arizona as well as Imperial County, California; Hildalgo County, New Mexico; and parts of northwestern Mexico.

As a defense mechanism to protect itself from predators, this toad has glands which secrete a number of toxins including 5-MeO-DMT (a psychoactive chemical also found in a number of plants)

DMT is a very strong psychoactive chemical.

Me and my friends took this from Family Guy back in high school and gave our band the name.

"Let's Go To The Hop" - Quahog 5 news anchors Tom Tucker and Diane Simmons report on a drug craze called Toad (licking toads). Tucker points out other names for the drug: “Lillipadding”, “Frenching the Prince", and "Doing Kermit”.


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