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Definition funny of Snax:
Food that is inevitably consumed after getting stoned. Obviously a parody of the spelling s-n-a-c-k-s.
Gaz: "Hey after this 400th game of Fusion Frenzy and a few thousand games of DOA, do you wanna head to the convenience store for some snax? I'm fuckin starving." Dave: "Word."
A line of cocaine and crushed-up xanax.
"Snax is much better than 'kandy', which is ketamine and mandy. We are way cooler than lots of those lame-Os who do Kandy." Oli & Alex
A basterdization of "W.T. Snax". He appears to be the keeper of 4chan.org's /b/ imageboard.
"Hey, Snax, unban me? ;o"
the lazyman's way to spell "snacks" on the internet. on top of being the lazy way, it's also the cool way, since the 1990's have taught us that X is the coolest (though mostly useless) letter in the english alphabet.
Songs about Snax:
City On Our Knees (Golden Snax Remix) by TobyMac from the Album Dubbed & Freq'd: A Remix Project
Bobby (feat. Diamond Rings & Snax) by Kids on TV from the Album Pantheon [Explicit]
The Clap! feat. Snax by Patrick Pulsinger from the Album Compost Black Label Series Vol.2
Dangerous Snax by Spenza from the Album The Wig - EP
Don't Come Back (Snax's Go-Go Mix) by Captain Comatose from the Album Picking Up
Falling Hot Snax Remix by Candice Alley from the Album Colorblind
Fatty Snax by The Local Skank from the Album Collect All Five! [Explicit]
Books about Snax:
Snax Class Cookbook Spring 2014 by sheri dixon (May 6, 2014)
Snax from Max: Recipes for Entertaining by Maxine Henderson and Roland Henderson (Feb 1996)
Sd Qui a Vole les Scooby Snax?
Wideawake Club: WAC Snax (Wide awake club): Snax by Arabella Warner (Nov 14, 1986)
Toby Snax by Kristin Hersh (Nov 15, 2007)
Toddlesnax: Healthy and creative snax for your toddler (1988 Edition, Volume 1) by James M. Leslie CCP LP (1988)
Wiki information Snax:
Kwik Snax is an arcade style maze video game play developed by the Oliver Twins and was published in 1990 by Codemasters for the Amstrad, Spectrum, Commodore 64, DOS, and Amiga. It was the fifth game in the Dizzy series and is considered a sequel to...