wacky baccy

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wacky baccy

n (hum inf)Gras(s) nt (inf)
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But the London-born star is back on the wacky baccy.
Much to the chagrin of the local fun police -though not yet the actual police - the store has been stocking paraphernalia meant for smoking the old wacky baccy, like weed grinders and bongs.
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.
Blowin' Up Your Speakers,'' a dreadfully useless sound collage that proves there was a bit too much wacky baccy at these sessions, will spur you to figure out your CD player's edit function.
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.
But you couldn't make up the story of what went on last night inside Centre Court if you had spent all afternoon on Henman Hill reefing it up on wacky baccy.
No wacky baccy, not a hippy in sight and not a whiff of peace and love, man.
The bagmen collecting for the dancers, of course, would be mugging lookers-on, explaining they weren't responsible for this criminality because they had "a habit" to support and, in any case, they were the product of single parent families with mums on booze and wacky baccy.
If you want to begin to appreciate the extent to which the game can become a force for good, then read this book - but leave the wacky baccy aside when doing so.
What they did do is smoke lots of wacky baccy in official wacky baccy cafes.
JUST for a moment, try to forget the floods, global warming, the dodgy BBC, Cabinet ministers on wacky baccy and Harry bleedin' Potter.