Home » smoking » Page 3

Tagsmoking

dirty Navy

dirty Navy  n.— «I have heard rumors that on some ships, the ships store no longer carries tobacco, even though smoking is allowed in the designated area.…Fortunately this is my last tour, and I am spending it as a part of the Dirt...

cancer cabin

cancer cabin  n.— «Ms Hewitt’s plans for licensed premises to provide “sin-bin” rooms in which employees or customers can smoke if they wish…are still on the table. Several ministers raised questions at yesterday’s...

sin-bin room

sin-bin room  n.— «Ms Hewitt’s plans for licensed premises to provide “sin-bin” rooms in which employees or customers can smoke if they wish…are still on the table. Several ministers raised questions at yesterday’s...

smoking carriage

smoking carriage  n.— «Ms Hewitt’s plans for licensed premises to provide “sin-bin” rooms in which employees or customers can smoke if they wish…are still on the table. Several ministers raised questions at yesterday’s...

smirting

smirting n. using smoking as a pretense to flirt. Editorial Note: This word has signs of being factitious: the first appearance of the word so far found is in a press release, and nearly all uses of the word found anywhere in print talk about the...

chipper

chipper  n.— «“They had ample opportunity to become addicted—on average, they’d smoked 46,000 cigarettes, but we found not the slightest evidence of dependence: they showed no signs of withdrawal when abstinent. They really could casually...

Recent posts