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blow smoke

verb Regional drug slang, to inhale cocaine.
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When Lapworth Players were told that their production of The Ghost Train would feature a waiting-room fire that would blow smoke out every time the door opened, an excited member of the cast said, "Brilliant!" - and rushed to the door to try it out.
But the Democrat did blow smoke up MTV with their spoof..
So let's not blow smoke! The street cop today is not Wyatt Earp and he never will be.
You'd throw me out, and rightly so - but people blow smoke all over the place.
Firefighters used a new piece of equipment, a positive pressure ventilation fan, which helped blow smoke out of the building as quickly as possible.
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.