Citations:wacky tabaccy

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English citations of wacky tabaccy

Noun: "(slang) marijuana"[edit]

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  • 2006 — Lynn Coady, Mean Boy, Anchor Canada (2007), ISBN 9780385659765, page 179:
    My father harbours a great disdain for "the tokes." Wacky tabaccy, he calls it, which strikes me as strangely affectionate.
  • 2007 — Catherine Deveny, It's Not My Fault They Print Them, Black Inc. (2007), ISBN 9781863951197, page 48:
    For some it might be eating Milo straight out of the tin, for others it may be indulging in a little wacky tabaccy.
  • 2008 — Karla Zimmerman, Canada, Lonely Planet (2008), ISBN 9781741045710, page 267:
    If the noise lead you the way there, just follow your nose towards whiffs of 'wacky tabaccy.' This is also a good spot to pick up some unusual handicrafts sold by local artisans.
  • 2012 — Daniel Davidson, The Scammers, iUniverse (2012), ISBN 9780595533336, page 173:
    "You better cut back on that wacky tabaccy," I cautioned.