Camberwell carrot


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Camberwell carrot

n
(Recreational Drugs) informal a large, almost conical, marijuana cigarette
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Sunshine with a Camberwell carrot in our hand, but what about the other 51,000,000 people who inhabit the nation?
Entertainment the size of a Camberwell Carrot - the Herculean-sized spliff rolled by Danny the Dealer in seminal UK comedy Withnail & I - it featured a bunch of geriatric celebs, each with various aches and pains, travelling to San Francisco.
And if you're wondering why the Quo's roadie sounds familiar, it's Ralph Brown who, as Danny, rolled the legendary Camberwell carrot in Withnail & I.
Famous as the cultivator of the Camberwell Carrot in Withnail and I, Ralph said he spoke out after being repelled by a scene where a man was chopped up and sent home in parcels to his wife.
At which point the guy serving pulled out a novelty biro shaped like a long green Christmas tree - the dimensions of which aficionados of roll-your-own funny cigarettes everywhere would have recognised as being akin to the Camberwell Carrot of Withnail & I infamy.