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base lay

base lay
 n.— «He say he had $30 and he wanted to go buy him some base lay from Sara—see, Bradenton don’t sell base lay.” Lawyer: “OK. Base lay means?” Woman: “Crack.”» —“Lingo takes on new meaning” by Tom Spalding Herald-Tribune (Sarasota, Florida) Mar. 26, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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