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juicy noun. A person who illicitly carries alcohol in a water bottle. «Gwen Alexander, who’s been working at the Astoria pool for two years, confirms there haven’t been any issues with fighting this year but she said rule enforcement is still an issue — especially the one regarding alcohol. She admits it’s not uncommon for people to try to smuggle booze in their water bottles. “So, when we see someone bobbing and weaving, we say, ‘ok, we got a juicy right there’ — that means juice-head,” Alexander explained. “We have to get them off the pool for their safety as well as everyone else’s.” » via A Tale of Two Pools: A Day at the Pool in Wake of McCarren Park Incidents – WNYC.

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