black aspirin
 n.— «Rain, hail or shine, tsunami, avalanche or volcanic eruption, rickets, leprosy or black plague, you will find these zealots angling towards the front of the queue with fold-up chairs for comfort and a thermos full of black aspirin for sustenance.» —“Hard lines or tickety-boo?” by Ben Quinn Newcastle Herald (New South Wales, Australia) Sept. 23, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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