"There are also a number of other local brews with a remarkably high alcohol content. Although consumption of these is not prohibited by law, they can significantly compromise the health of those who consumers. The most lethal, known as tho-tho-tho, is distilled from a sorghum concoction and can have over 80% alcohol content. Others, which are brewed over-night from mostly yeast and sugar combinations, have such a high alcohol content that they go by ominous names such as o lala fa (you sleep right here!), chechisa (hurry-up!), laela mmago (say good bye to your mother), monna-tota (real man), motse o teng godimo (there is home in heaven), and so forth. Other less harmful brews are made from wild fruits such as morula. They are, however, very seasonal."