usage notes: (a) the preceding word alters its spelling to resemble that of the suffix (i.e., "oa"). (b) some circles of linguists argue that the resulting clause can take any tense. (c) responsively, toad is used in its second use (see below). (d) the requirement of rhyme can be stretched if the user of "toad" as a suffix is intoxicated, and the general consensus is to only need to rhyme the vowel section of the word.
2. (mf) one's person.
(koadtoad means "i'm programming")
"why are your eyes red?"
(smoaktoad means "i was engaging in the consumption of cannabis")
2. "where is yr toad? it was supposed to get here an hour ago."
"sorry to disappoint yr toad but my toad got stuck in traffic"