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wake-and-bake

noun; analogy
The process or act of smoking marijuana right upon waking up in the morning. Also can be used to refer to the state achieved when one smokes upon waking regularly and smokes even more as the high fades away, resulting in perpetually being high or, to put Probably analogically derived from the Shake-and-Bake brand of instant meals. The process of getting high was also metaphorically analyzed against the process of baking something. Many reasons are possible for this analogy coming about, including but not limited to the fact that both involve fire and heat and gases and that both refer to the state of something being altered in an undeniable way.
 
I’m pre-packing this bowl tonight. Tomorrow’s gonna be wake-and-bake for me.
Etymology : Analogy from existing phrase ‘Shake-and-Bake’; metaphor from bake.
Source : my roommate
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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