Thai Sticks

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A regional term for bundles of marijuana soaked in hashish oil or marijuana buds bound on short sections of bamboo
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You might try Indonesian coconut rice or Thai stick noodles.
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Time was when Manny Pacquiao relished being struck repeatedly with Thai sticks that are used to help a fighter get used to pain.
Mayweather is different," said Fortune recently, noting that the Thai sticks are used to condition a fighter who will be engaging in toe-to-toe exchanges.
The Pacman is trying to toughen up his stomach to withstand Hatton's punches by getting whacked with wooden Thai sticks in training.
The Pacman is trying to toughen up his stomach to withstand Hatton's punches by getting hit with wooden Thai sticks in training.
Thai Sticks feel strong in your hand and are perfect for special effects, or any musical situation where a drumstick is too loud and a brush is too soft.
In the words of his friend John Warnecke (who imported the Thai sticks from the West Coast), Al "smoked as much as anybody I knew down there, and loved it.
It was Fortune who also introduced Pacquiao to being struck repeatedly on the arms and abdomen by Thai sticks, a solid 12-inch long wooden stick that has a diameter of about an inch-and-a-half.
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