Aunt Mary

A regionally popular term for marijuana
References in classic literature ?
TO THE MEMORY OF Aunt Mary Lawson WHO TOLD ME MANY OF THE TALES REPEATED BY THE STORY GIRL
That is, I did miss a silver pencil case that Aunt Mary Pratt gave me last birthday--"
Aunt Mary got me some new things, for I came off in such a hurry I wasn't half ready.
Meanwhile, Gwen Usher, who lives in Newcastle, found out about the life of her Aunt Mary, who lived in Heaton in the early 20th century.
T wo decades ago, bedridden with breast cancer, my Aunt Mary painstakingly penned her own obituary in longhand.
Besides his wife Deborah, Rob will be missed by his brother in-law and sister in-law, Tom and Cheryl Flis, his aunt Mary Burks of Wisconsin, and many cousins in New England and Wisconsin.
My aunt Mary told me she had this beautiful titian hair, and when you look at her, she was really beautiful.
Norma, 77, said: "I visited my aunt Mary when I was 11.
In 1978, aged just 14, Hennessey mutilated his aunt Mary Webber, 72, in a frenzied attack at her Plymouth home, stabbing her 70 times.
My final destination was to visit my Aunt Mary, who had spent over 57 years of her life in a mental home for reasons that are tragic.