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blow smoke

verb Regional drug slang, to inhale cocaine.
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Unlike drinking alcohol, it is a public act when you blow smoke out into the space that we all share.
Seconding the nomination fell to Kenneth Keith Kallenbach, best known for once attempting to blow smoke through his eyes on Stern's lamentably short-lived late-night TV show and vomiting instead.
For far too long, we've let tobacco compaines blow smoke in our faces.
I'm a smoker and it doesn't bother me smoking outside a pub and am careful not to blow smoke when people are walking past but still get rubbish from do-gooders.
An approved technique for tracking down leaks and damaged pipes is to blow smoke into sewer lines.
Doesn't the fact that the city centre is brilliantly rejuvenated in a relatively short period of time highlight that so much of our manufacturing heritage, which would traditionally blow smoke into the sky, is gone.
Irrevocable proof that money can buy a Hollywood estate, it can buy a top legal team, it can even buy sycophants who'll blow smoke up your zig-a-zig-ahhh but it can't buy an ounce of decency or a conscience.