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Iinteresting, Dee. I suppose if you are in the smoking crowd back then you’d know what they were referring to. 🙂
So close to what a friend calls it today (niccy=nicotine).
Yeah! I can just hear a character in a western saying, “Baccy” for tobacco! LOL.
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