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n. Slang
A marijuana cigarette.

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Last, but certainly not least, is the 1983 live Farewell Tour album, featuring a whole host of Doobies favourites such as Taking It To The Streets, Minute By Minute, Long Train Runnin' and the anthemic Listen To The Music.
Also popping up to smoke killer doobies and speak the purplest of prose are Kirsten Dunst and Steve Buscemi.
The Doobies were always one of the great American bands, a cross between the Eagles with added testosterone and a more soulful version of John Fogerty's mighty Creedence.
Dr Smith advised her: "Every day after your shower rub your chest and say, 'Scooby doobie doobies, I want bigger boobies'.
Original Doobies Tom Johnston and Pat Simmons remain an unlikely pair, Johnston looking all business and Simmons the long-haired hippie, yet together they marshaled a superb cast of players through a course of such memorable numbers as "Takin' it to the Streets," "Black Water," "Long Train Runnin'" and "China Grove.
The Four Tops' Reach Out I'll Be There and a striking, slowed-down funked-up version of Smokey's I Second That Emotion were among the visitors from Motor Town, together with the peaks from his time with the Doobies, such as Minute by Minute and What A Fool Believes.
The favorite pastime on this Hawaiian vacation was torching doobies and staring out at the horizon for hours on end.
He's currently living in a shabby apartment smoking doobies.
The 57-year-old from St Louis began his association with Steely Dan in 1975, adding vocal harmonies to a number of albums, before joining the Doobies.
Johnston cited health problems when departing the Doobies in 1977, which opened the door for Michael McDonald to assume a prominent role in the group he first joined in 1974.
The show, though, would not be complete without a flurry of McDonald's work both solo and with the Doobies which has an enormous enduring quality all of its own.