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Kermitcausts predominantly occur during the rainy season of a mild to mediumly trafficked area where an unelevated road either traverses or circumvents a low-lying or wetland region. Since frogs make these lands their home, they will often try to cross the road and get proper fucked by passing cars. The roads will become littered with the carcasses of squashed frogs and makes for a horridly morbid site that only the most schadenfreuded of death stroodlers can stomach. Areas with roads that have heavy traffic or flood walls are not particularly prone to kermitcaust events. Kermitcaust is similar to kermicide, but happens on a larger and less ‘personal’ scale. This phenomenon is not unlike the death march that worms take across roads and sidewalks during the rain.
“Don’t take the entrance to my neighborhood that goes through the trees; it’s a kermitcaust out there!”

“Do you remember the last time we drove back from your parent’s house??!? That kermitcaust lasted for miles! One got stuck in the grill, and the skins of five toads were glued to my inner-fender wall! I'm taking a different route home this time.”
by Jack Krabitz March 13, 2007
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Kermitcausts predominantly occur during the rainy season of a mild to mediumly trafficked area where an unelevated road either traverses or circumvents a low lying or wetland region. Since frogs make these lands their home, they will often try to cross the road and get proper fucked by passing cars. The roads will become littered with the carcasses of squashed frogs and makes for a horridly morbid site that only the most schadenfreuded of death stroodlers can stomach. Areas with roads that have heavy traffic or flood walls are not particularly prone to kermitcaust events. Kermitcaust is similar to kermicide, but happens on a larger and less ‘personal’ scale.
“Don’t take the entrance to my neighborhood that goes through the trees; it’s a kermitcaust out there!”

“Remember when we drove back from your parent’s house? That kermitcaust lasted for miles! One got stuck in the grill, and the skins of five toads were glued to my inner-fender wall!”
by Jack Krabitz February 06, 2007
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