Jolly Green

A regional term for marijuana
References in classic literature ?
'He is so jolly green!' said Charley when he recovered, as an apology to the company for his unpolite behaviour.
"Well, you are jolly green," answered his friend, from a neighbouring basin.
Shortly after sunrise, Jolly Green 30, 63, 66, and 73, departed NKP heading north, but Jolly 63 had to abort with a mechanical problem.
The memorial resembles two giant feet associated with the rescue mascot, the Jolly Green Giant.
AMATEUR strongman, James Crowther, will be pumping iron for charity this weekend - dressed as the jolly green giant.
However, the Jolly Green Giant could still be used to promote vegetables.
JOLLY GREEN GIANT O'Shea recieves Contribution to Irish Football award last night at CRISC event in Ballsbridge Hotel
But characters such as the Jolly Green Giant could continue to be used to promote vegetables.
For more than 100 years, fresh and great- tasting Green Giant and Le Sueur vegetables have been grown and picked at the peak of perfection in the Valley of the Jolly Green Giant.
It is dominated by Dean Chisnall as Shrek, the jolly green ogre with a Scottish accent whose roar is worse than his bite.
The list included the Pillsbury Doughboy; Jolly Green Giant; Tony the Tiger; Snap, Crackle & Pop; the Keebler Elves; Ronald McDonald; Mr.