Kermit's most well-known catchphrase is "Hi-ho, Kermit the Frog here!" He typically introduced acts on The Muppet Show by waving his arms wildly and shouting "Yaaay!" (a technique he learned from his old acting coach, Mr. Dawson).
Kermit dates back all the way to Ancient times when he built the Pyramids of Egypt with his penis and Rome with his Balls. His big debut began when he founded the Nazi Party on Febuary 24, 1920. He helped a young man named Adolf Hitler to become the new Fuher. After the Nazi Party collapsed in 1945, Kermit seeked a new life in America.
Kermit the Frog is notoruoisly known for Orchestrating the September 11th Attacks which killed over 2000 people in New York, Washington D.C and Pennsylvania. He blamed his brother Osama Bin Laden for the attacks and spoke out about his involvement after Osamas death in 2012.
On October 1st 2017, Kermit the Frog opened fire on a group of concert goers from the 4th Floor of the Mandela Bay Hotel during the Route 91 Festival in Las Vegas along with Stephen Paddock, leaving 58 dead and 546 injured. Paddock committed suicide while Kermit was shot twice by SWAT teams but eventually escaped.
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Kermit has also made an appearance in the movie "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" featuring Vladimir Putin and Hillary Clinton
Kermit made his first Disney Parks appearance in 1989 at Walt Disney World when the Jim Henson Company sold the Muppets to Disney.
A statue of him and Jim Henson was erected on the campus of the former's alma mater, the University of Maryland, College Park.
He is the only amphibian to have had the honor of addressing the Oxford Union.
In Sesame Street: A Celebration - 40 Years of Life on the Street, his catch phrase is spelled "Heigh ho" like the rather than "Hi ho". It is also a musical chant performed by the dwarfs in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
He makes a cameo in Disney/Touchstone's 2011 CG film Gnomeo & Juliet on the front of Mr. Capulet's T-shirt.
Jim Henson's last appearances as Kermit on Sesame Street includes a Sesame Street News Flash segment in which he interviews a bird whose parents live in different trees and the song "I Wonder 'Bout the World Above Up There".
When Steve Whitmire was mailed the Kermit puppet for the first time, he noticed that it "smelled like Jim." When he put it on to perform in front of a mirror, he had it turn around to him, seeming to be encouraging him to say something. He was so scared that he shelved it in another room and didn't even look at it for almost a month.
He, unlike most Muppets (and frogs), has five fingers on each hand.
In a November 2011 appearance on George Stroumboulopoulos, he says he has transparent eyelids.
However, in an interview with him and Ross Lynch for Muppets Most Wanted, he states that none of the Muppets ever blink.
He appears to have a crush on Mila Kunis: During the Muppets' appearance on Google+ Hangout, Miss Piggy demanded to know why he was looking up "Mila Kunis images."
In the 1990 TV special The Muppets at Walt Disney World, he mentions to have known Mickey Mouse for a long time and that the two of them are both members of F.A.S.A. (Fictional Animal Stars of America).
On April 18, 2015, a new species of glass frog Hyalinobatrachium dianae (Diane's bare-hearted glass frog) was discovered with an uncanny resemblance to him. Comparisons between them became viral following images posted of the glass frog's discovery.
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