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skunk

A regional slang term for:
(1) Marijuana, see there.
(2) Heroin, see there.
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References in classic literature ?
"My dear fellow," the Lion replied, "you have taken a needless trouble; I already knew that you were a Skunk."
"He shot me in the back, the measly skunk! He shot me in the back!"
Butteridge--"a white-livered skunk," and this zoological aberration did in some legal and vexatious manner mar her social happines.
"Skunks are gentle, nonaggressive creatures who have wrongly earned a bad reputation because of that pungent odor," said Laura Simon, field director of urban wildlife programs for the HSUS.
A dozen baby skunks are settling in to their new home after being welcomed into the world at Telford's Exotic Zoo.
Despite their smelly reputation, skunks make good pets.
Despite their reputation for being smelly, skunks make good pets.
There are several species of skunks in the United States: hog-nosed, hooded, spotted, and striped.
He has three parrots, two skunks, rabbits, guinea pigs, meerkats, chinchillas, big snakes and lizards.
Asked why he keeps smelly skunks, which aren't known for being perfect pets, he said: "I do kids parties and care homes and animal therapy for hospitals and stuff like that and the opportunity arose to get a skunk and I just thought, do you know what?
THESE cheeky skunks are turning heads during outdoor walks in Huddersfield.