bug juice


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bug juice

n. Slang
1. A sweet flavored drink, such as punch, that is usually not carbonated.
2. A usually liquid insect repellent.
3. Cheap or inferior liquor.

[Sense 1, from name given to instant drinks in the military, from earlier name for bad whiskey.]
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No bug juice, but theyll get a nice t-shirt from us.
This time of year summer camps have recently closed their gates and campers and counselors alike are diving back into their everyday lives--many already counting the minutes until 2016's opening day, when those relationships forged through the commonality of bug juice and s'mores by the fire will continue.
You should always be prepared with some kind of bug juice, like Natrapel which offers long-lasting protection up to 8 hours.
I thought I was all done with my bug juice and you (Ant) made me slurp it
In an era of photography after Sally Mann, Jock Sturges, and Rineke Dijkstra, in whose photographs the lives of adolescents are exposed and eroticized, if not outright exploited, and in the time of voyeuristic tween reality television, from Disney's Bug Juice to MTV's My Super Sweet 16, the expressionless tenor of Electric Girls acknowledges the limits against which it gently and respectfully brushes.
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Bug juice does not sound too appetizing, but it may have served the purpose.
Probably helps running backs off the ground after he's almost turned them into bug juice.
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Another dedicated camp staff person, Amy Bram, currently with Camp Kingfisher at Chattahoochee Nature Center in Georgia, recalls a real bug juice memory while at the Olin Sang Ruby Union Institute in 1990.