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 n.— «There are times when we aren’t ready to frog, and that’s when “Toad” appears—”Trashed Object Abandoned in Disgust.” Toads are all of those unfinished projects stashed in bags and shoved into closets, drawers, or attics.» —by Wren Ross Changing Patterns Jan. 15, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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