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Definition of wacky tobaccy

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Other terms relating to 'marijuana':

Definitions include: the smaller particles that fall through the screen when you're grinding your weed.
Definitions include: marijuana.
Definitions include: a marijuana cigarette; "joint".
Definitions include: high quality marijuana.
Definitions include: acronym for "Mary Jane", i.e. marijuana.
Definitions include: marijuana.
Definitions include: marijuana ("bud") from British Columbia, Canada.
Definitions include: anything, in speech.
Definitions include: a tobacco cigarette or marijuana cigarette ("joint") dipped in formaldehyde and laced with PCP.
Definitions include: marijuana.
Definitions include: alternate spelling of "ganja" which means marijuana.
Definitions include: one eighth of an ounce of marijuana.
Definitions include: marijuana.
Definitions include: marijuana.
Definitions include: Hawaiian for marijuana.

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Other terms relating to 'wacky':

Definitions include: crazy.

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