wacky baccy

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wacky baccy

n (hum inf)Gras(s) nt (inf)
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Rugby star Ben Foden on marrying his New York girlfriend Jackie Belanoff Smith after two weeks So we're playing Crystal Palace on the Thursday night, I'm on the f***ing wacky baccy and then Ron says, 'You're up' [for a drugs test].
And judging by the exotic profile pic, she could just as easily be selling wacky baccy as well as the 'straight' stuff advertised.
"So we're playingCrystal Palace-- on the Thursday night I'm on the f***ing wacky baccy -- and then Ron says, 'You're up again'.
Admitting to Radio 1's Newsbeat he once sampled wacky baccy as a student, he trickled a few drops of the oil (which includes the psychoactive ingredient illegal in the UK) on his tongue, "purely for sleeping for relaxation" ahead of his flight home.
But I do wonder if the Netherlands tourist board has been on the wacky baccy with its latest approach to the visitor economy.
Rolling Stone Ronnie's ex-wife, 63, says she was among hundreds of people who saw aliens 20 years ago when she was on holiday in Brazil with the rocker and their two children - and she wasn't even on the wacky baccy. She said: "I love aliens.
"If someone had told me when I joined the apprentice training scheme what I and the site would look like some 36 years later, I would probably have thought they were smoking 'wacky baccy'.
Asked what he was doing, he replied he was there to buy some "wacky baccy".
WELL stuff my didgeridoo full of wacky baccy and beat me with a bunch of Dame Edna's glads if you like but the bookies truly have gone barking mad.
Admitting to Radio 1's Newsbeat he once sampled a bit of 'wacky baccy' while a student, he trickled a few drops of cannabis oil (which includes the psychoactive ingredient illegal in the UK) on his tongue, "purely for sleeping for relaxation" ahead of his flight home.
However, and for the greater good, never mind the wacky baccy, perhaps Paul Flynn's efforts would be better spent on promoting healthier lifestyles to maintain the health and well-being of the population as a whole.