posted on Dec, 31 2013 @ 07:27 PM
AHHHH HA HAHAHAHAHHAHAHA!
Ok, so now back on topic... What about the
Dogs licking toads to get high...?
In parts of Australia dogs are turning to hallucinogenic amphibians to get high, according to a film about cane toads in the country. The reasons
for the usage is unclear but filmmaker Mark Lewis, who explored the subject of doggy psychedelics in his recent film “Cane Toads: The Conquest,”
told the Daily News some dogs are in need of interventions.
"It's hard to determine how much fun the dogs have but they keep doing it," he said. "Sometimes you'll see a dog running around in circles and
realize it must have licked a toad."
Dogs, dolphins - next thing you know it will be...humans!
(And yes, I’m looking forward to Varhaard’s response to my post)...
edit on 31-12-2013 by silo13 because: bold
Yes, it's a dog-eat-frog world, and I've got milkstone underwear
Saw a Great Dane lick a Horny Toad once. His poor owner had the runs for weeks...
If a dog trips after licking a Cane Toad, what happens if it licks a toad stool? Does it Shih, Tzu?
Makes one wonder when the princess was kissing those frogs, did she actually hallucinate about that prince? If so, then we should eat as many frog
legs as possible to ensure the propagation of our species...and suddenly, the French make more sense.
If someone licked both a horny toad *and* a cane toad would we see evolution in action, or just random acts of savage bestiality? Or, does one beget
the other? We should experiment...
Dogs roll in dead stuff all the time. They eat cat poop. They sniff other dog's butts. Conclusion: they are the second most hedonist species on
the face of the Earth, after us. No wonder they are our best friends...