bifter

bifter

(ˈbɪftə)
n
(Recreational Drugs) slang a cannabis cigarette
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What started as an imitation for the plain bifter now sees them take on a whole new identity with microprocessors, E-Lite lithium-Ion batteries, LED tip glowing devices and an end product that resembles a retrofuturist torture device used by a James Bond baddie.
He's probably got an identical twin sharking down Townsend Lane right this second, albeit with a paler complexion, shaved head, blue flapping trackie top, ice-white Reeboks and bifter on the go).
Drugs are getting into every nook and cranny, with "body- packers" finding ever more inventive ways to smuggle them to those that like a "bifter".
We need a public health campaign which says: every time you smoke a bifter, you are effectively slipping another snack into Big Eric's breast pocket and saying: "There you go, kid.
It says you are too weak to resist the pull of nicotine, and still enough of a mug to line the pockets of mega-rich corporations who prey on you, but also that you are happy to do so without the verve and va-va-voom of an actual bifter. Use one as a temporary crutch to pack in the ciggies, by all means.
NORTHERN words that have made it into the Collins English Dictionary will help you translate the following sentence.It's really quit enimps: ``Feeling powfagged, I traipsed down a dowlyennog and lit a bifter held between my finger and bally .Staring at my ockodols , a dummelhead suddenly yoked at me.
(You went so quick Harry, we never had time to watch the cup final and have a couple of Aussie White's, still, you're with my Mam and Dad and our George now, so the Fields of Athenry will get a bifter in close harmony.
Antwackie, which is defined as old fashioned, bifter -meaning a cannabis cigarette -and lar,described as lad,join 5,500 new words to officially join the English language.
At the mile-long border between the two countries, peppered with customs booths manned by bored officials with obligatory bifters dangling from each corner of their mouths, there were lots of empty duty-free shops (I can't work out how much you can and can't buy at duty-free shops these days so I don't bother) and little else - apart from an English theme pub with nice pizzas and possibly the foulest toilets on the planet.
I'll be giving it the bifters in front of my television set cheering on the Reds!"
A sign on the wall above a counter listed the types of cannabis on offer, Super Silver Haze, Amnesia Haze, Cheese, Kush and Pollen/Hash, with "bifters" costing PS5.
It was cold and foggy that night in Milan and, despite the pre-match spectacle of one end of the stadium forested with billowing red flags and the other ablaze with frightening blue flares while bored Italian bobbies with bifters dangling from their lower lips idly stroked their alsatians, the game (1-1 draw) was pretty forgettable.