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blow smoke

verb Regional drug slang, to inhale cocaine.
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But unlike some filmmakers with controversial works, he isn't trying to blow smoke with this stuff.
It makes me want to light up and blow smoke rings for freedom - and I gave up smoking years ago.
Others blow smoke in your face or determinedly puff right in front of you with an exaggerated look of bliss but, unbelievably, none of this bothered me one bit.
We're going to have a problem with using different tests, and people are probably going to ask, `Are we are cutting it out so we can blow smoke over the issue?
They used a giant fan to blow smoke out of the store, which is open as normal today.
My dad's dead cool, '' says the first wee girl, ``he can blow smoke out of his nose.