dog-end

dog-end

n
(Recreational Drugs) an informal name for cigarette end
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dog-end

[ˈdɒgend] Ncolilla f, toba f
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But that was another dog-end she'd better keep behind her ear for after.
So sneaking a quick fag on the bedroom balcony before tossing the dog-end on the super-manicured lawn below probably wasn't good idea, not when Mr Kimbrough's probably out there every evening on his hands and knees with a nail scissors in search of any disrespectful blades of grass.
Alan Woods added: "For most smokers, the priority is to stub out their butt safely which is why so many were keen on cig bins with ashtrays, where they could see their dog-end extinguished properly.
Rhondda Cynon Taf Council took the ciggie lobby's breath away this week when it prosecuted mum Tracey John for stubbing out a dog-end in the street outside her Pontypridd home - while she was talking to one of their wardens.
IT'S one year on since the last dog-end was swept up in a betting shop and, according to a survey, punters generally have few regrets over the smoking ban.
We really appreciate having bright fresh mornings in which to do our own thing, rather merely the dog-end of evenings.
But dog-end smoking Keanu was obviously not trying to hide his fame .
The Keep Britain Tidy campaign is acting now before bans force more smokers outside and streets become a dog-end dumping ground.
You're the ones that turned schools into production lines for clone children, spouting answers in a tuneless monotone; you talk about imposing curfews on teenagers after eight o clock; make it as difficult as possible for people to open nightclubs or music venues because you don't want your peace interrupted; and you've built next to nothing in the way of new facilities for young people since you slouched down the same dog-end streets 30 years earlier,equally bored out of your skull.
A black girl from the dirt-poor Los Angeles ghetto, beaten by an even more poverty-stricken girl from the dog-end of Russia, who emigrated to America with nothing, in pursuit of a better life.
The 28-year-old is considering legal action after being caught discarding a dog-end in Hertford Street during a police-aided purge on litterbugs in the city centre last Thursday.