Despite its Bohemian name, this waxwing gets drunk rather than indulging in wacky baccy.
Such things produce cries of protest in Richmond, a place where'baccy, bourbon and barbecue are all sacred.
His latest contribution is the " Waccy Baccy Races " series for the magazine " Wasted " in collaboration with Alan Grant.
He learned here about the sea and navigation along with his most notable habit, of chewing tobacco, giving him the nickname " Baccy Ismay ".
He counts the bunnies in what is presumably a Scottish accent : " six leetle fat rabbits ", and argues with his wife about buying " baccy ".
The idea was to meet regularly in baccy ", possibly a memory of the Skeleton _ Army of the 1880s, and there to be fined for heinous sins, such as not wearing the cuff-links ( dinners opened with the highest-ranking member, the " Senior Blower ", giving the command " Gentlemen, shoot your linen " at which point all members showed their cuffs ).
Ed was seen heading into surgery for coronary bypass ( necessitated by his lifelong affair with " beer and baccy " ) at the end of the second series, with Felix on the one hand, abetted by Jaz, pushing him to start on a new novel for Jaz to film ( " Put plenty of cricket in it . " says Felix ) while Ping is urging him to commit to " Pet Peeves 2 ", the fee for which will be needed to pay his hospital bill.
leaves of the tobacco plant dried and prepared for smoking or ingestion Synonyms: tobacco,