FAVOURITE COMEDY TERMS FOR COCAINE

For reals guys cocaine ruins lives but you wouldn't know it from these jolly descriptions
  1. The Snow
    "he's neck deep in the snow" might suggest a crippling habit that threatens to ruin more than one life, but it sounds like a winter outing.
  2. Bizzo
    "Dad's back on the bizzo" is obviously a tragic admittance of defeat from a son tired of reaching for a relationship long lost to the sands of time, but also, sounds a bit like a breakfast cereal.
  3. Gak
    "The teacher was up to his nose in Gak" is a recipe for a lot of wasted lives, but Gak is also the name of quite a big music shop in Brighton - standing for Guitars, Amps and Keyboards - so maybe he just wants a sweet new axe?
  4. Charlie
    "Double down on some Charlie don't mind if I do!" Is the last line your mate Dave said before he went to A&E for the last time, but look, I've met Charlies and have always enjoyed their company.
  5. White horse
    "I rode the white horse off a cliff last weekend" is an obvious cry for help, or is it a majestic description of an inspiring free spirit determined not to obey society's rules? It's really hard to tell.