ciggy


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ciggy

ciggie [ˈsɪgi] n (British)clope f
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I am a smoker and if I finish a ciggy I put it out and if there is no bin I put the stubbed out bit in my pocket.
Without ciggy fumes, my nose picks up all the BO, toilet wafts, carpet vomit, cooked food, stale bar towels and real ale-fuelled male flatulence that's at the heart of a good British boozer.
At a stroke (no smoking-related health-risk pun intended) the ciggy brigade were relegated to the 'smoking areas' which were basically adult versions of 'behind the bike sheds' where the new outcasts puffed furtively outdoors in the wet and cold.
THEY'RE known for lighting up the dance floor but these Strictly stars are just as keen on a cheeky ciggy.
Not you aswell Whoasked you to talk Put the kettle on Frank Oh pleasemumnot again I was her eldest lad Imust have been nine or 10 Put the kettle on Frank I'd love another cup of tea Come and givs eme a hug Come here and sit on my knee A cup of tea and a ciggy Was mum's only little vice With a nice cup of tea and a Woody She would be in paradise Put the kettle on Frank I'd love to hear those words again Go on put the kettle on Frank Oh, I wish I was still nine or 10.
The chicken is smoking a post-coital ciggy with a satisfied smile on its face and the egg is looking totally hacked off.
While this is very impressive, the fall-out - literally - is those sad characters clustering around office entrances and back doors trying to warm themselves with drags from a hot ciggy. Is there nowhere else these people can go?
Amid fears that more smokers will throw their ciggy butts on the ground as they are forced to cram in the doorways of pubs and offices to indulge their habit, the organisation has come up with a novel solution.