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Numerology information Pail:
Name Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace
Definition funny of Pail:
A way to smoke marijuana.(also known as a waterfall bong and is very effective with little amount of weed) This methode involes a water bottle and a socket or bowl. The water bottle cap is melted so that the socket or bowl fits tightly no to let any air in. A small hole is then melted in the bottom of the bottle. The bowl is loaded and screwed on to the filled waterbottle. You then release the water from the hole in the bottom of the bottle. At the same time the bowl on the top is lit resulting in the smoke being pulled into the bottle.
Cody and Nolan hit pails cuz they were low on weed.
An easy, cheap and effective way to smoke marijuana. Most pails are made from 2 empty pop bottles that are different sizes and by cutting the top quarter off the bigger bottle and cutting the bottom quarter of the smaller bottle and placing the smaller one in the bigger one and filling it with water to almost the top and putting a bowl piece in the lid hole. It uses gravity to fill the chamber with smoke by you pulling the small bottle out of the water while the bowl is lit.
I broke my bong so i had to make a pail but it was a great fucking pail!!! we hit pails until we couldn't even talk anymore
Her vagina was sore, so I threw one in her pail.
An object that would be a bukkit but for one or more defects in form: for example, lack of a handle, inability to hold water, or the inclusion of a lid where said object is not designed to hold perishable duz. A pail is also known as an unbukkit.
Songs about Pail:
In The Heat of Passion (Pail Anthony Electro Remix) by Jesse Saunders from the Album In The Heat of Passion
The Garbage Pail Kid Gang Bang by Jonny Craig from the Album A Dream Is A Question You Don't Know How To Answer [Explicit]
Just Another Dead Rat In A Garbage Pail (Behind A Chinese Restaurant) by Alexandre Desplat from the Album Fantastic Mr. Fox (Original Soundtrack)
Sully's Pail by Tom Paxton from the Album Ain't That News (US Release)
My Dad's Dinner Pail by Mick Moloney from the Album Mcnally's Row Of Flats
044 - A Pail of Air - 56-03-28 by Old Time Radio from the Album X Minus One
Anon. (Ed. D. Stevens): I Can Mend Your Tubs And Pails by Alfred Deller and the Deller Consort from the Album Alfred Deller: The Complete Vanguard Classics Recordings - Folk Songs And Ballads
Books about Pail:
Pails: 20 Years from Now, What Will You Wish You Had Done Today? by Chris Brady and Orrin Woodward (Feb 1, 2014)
Pretty Pail Flower Arrangement: Floral Design for Fresh or Artificial Flowers by Julie Collins and Tina Parkes (Oct 25, 2013)
Garbage Pail Kids by The Topps Company Inc. and Art Spiegelman (Apr 1, 2012)
The Puddle Pail by Elisa Kleven (Apr 1, 2007)
In and Out the Garbage Pail by Frederick S. Perls (Jan 1, 1969)
The Curse of the Holy Pail (The Odelia Grey Mysteries) by Sue Ann Jaffarian (Feb 8, 2007)
The Granite Pail: The Selected Poems of Lorine Niedecker (Works By One Author) by Lorine Niedecker (Oct 1, 1996)
Movies about Pail:
The Garbage Pail Kids Movie 2012 PG - Runtime: 1 hr 40 mins Starring: Anthony Newley, Mackenzie Astin, et al. Directed by: Rod Amateau
Garbage Pail Kids - The Complete Series 2006 NR - Runtime: 5 hrs 4 mins Starring: Len Carlson, Tara Strong, et al.
Fruit of the Spirit Lunch Pail - DVD 2007 G -
Garbage Pail Kids Movie PG - Runtime: 1 hr 37 mins Starring: Katie Barberi Directed by: Rod Amateau
Garbage Pail Kids 2012 PG -
Garbage Pail Kids 2006 NR -
Wiki information Pail:
A pail is a technical term, used in the shipping industry, to designate a type of cylindrical shipping container with a capacity of about 1 to 12 gal. It can have straight or slanted sides and usually has a handle or bail. The non-technical meaning...
Garbage Pail Kids is a series of trading cards produced by the Topps Company, originally released in 1985 and designed to parody the Cabbage Patch Kids dolls created by Xavier Roberts, which were immensely popular at the time. Each sticker card...