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bullet sponge

bullet sponge  n.— «Others in the Army call them grunts, or trigger pullers, or crunchies, for the sound of a tank rolling over a dead soldier. Sgt. Allan Toney has heard them all. “Bullet taker, bullet sponge, bullet stopper,”...

anting

anting  n.— «The behavior you witnessed, Mona, is called “anting.” I know it seems like it should be called “mothballing,” but anting is much easier to say. Plus, more often than not, birds rub their feathers with...

shorty

shorty  n.— «Oh, and “shorty”? That’s a sad euphemism for a nearly, but not quite, depleted cigarette. This is the saddest sort of smoker’s plea. It is asking, “Can I have the last few puffs of that right down to the...

snotty

snotty  n.— «Yeah, snotties. They’re like a pipe but they have water in it like a bong.» —“Punk Church” in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn. Cigarette Smoking Man from the X-Files Oct. 9, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued...

hotbox

hotbox v. 1. to smoke marijuana in an enclosed space so that it becomes filled with smoke; 2. to take a long drag or a quick series of drags on a joint or cigarette. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

fiending

fiending  n.— «Throughout high school, I watched as many of my friends tried to balance going to class and fiending for the next hit. “Fiending” is just an expression my friends and I use to describe how crazed smokers get when...