pill-popper

pill-popper

and popper and pill-dropper
n. anyone who takes pills frequently or habitually. I knew she was always ill, but I didn’t know she was a pill-dropper. He’s not a hypochondriac, just a pill-dropper.
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Spherical pill-popper Pac-Man has been reimagined for a new generation which, with near-crushing inevitability, means he now has a gang, an annoying American accent and a taste for tedious 3D platforming.
Now, Bev is a self-proclaimed alcoholic and Vi is a pill-popper who is constantly strolling on the edges of hysteria and neurosis, not only because of the drugs she takes but also because she's suffering from mouth cancer.
As if having a former crackhead and recovering alcoholic in the house wasn't alarming enough, now pill-popper Shazza has joined him.
As if having a former crackhead and recovering alcoholic in the house wasn't enough, now pill-popper Shazza has joined him.
She is a devastated pill-popper enraged by her mother's recent death from cancer, which she views as the latest thrust in Life's offensive against her.
We learn that she had a troubled childhood, largely due to the fact that her mother - played by Maria Bello in great form - was a pill-popper who suffered dramatic mood swings.
Out now Spherical pill-popper Pac-Man has been reimagined for a new generation which, with near-crushing inevitability, means he now has a gang, an annoying American accent and a taste for tedious 3D platforming.
Those taking part include Antonio Fargas (5-1), the original Huggy Bear; reformed junkie Sophie Anderton (10-1); loudmouth journalist Janet Street-Porter (10-1); former lap dancer Nancy Sorrell (9-1); ex-All Saint Natalie Appleton (6-1); one time royal butler Paul Burrell (14-1); Irish club owner Fran Cosgrove (14-1); Sheila Ferguson of Three Degrees fame (14-1); former pill-popper Brian Harvey (10-1) and the squeaky-voiced Joe Pasquale (7-2).
Now that her reputation is in tatters following her conviction for shop-lifting last year and the subsequent revelations that she's something of a prescription pill-popper, it's a good time to look back at Winona's life to try to find something which could help explain it all.
But a new scientific report on the dangers of ecstasy should chill even the most carefree pill-popper.
But the former Happy Mondays frontman - who shot to fame in the early 90s with the release of the band's hit album, Pills 'n' Thrills & Bellyaches - still looked every inch the Madchester pill-popper at a party at Turnmills in Farringdon, London.
My only problems began when I came to live in London and gave up the vitamins after Bailey told me I was a ridiculous pill-popper.
She stars as criminal psychologist Helen Hudson, who turns into an agoraphobic, boozed-up pill-popper after a serial killer begins stalking her.
It does not occur to our do-gooder policy-makers that sending cannabis users to rehab is a complete waste of resources, resources that should be used to assist those with serious drug problems such as heroin addicts, alcoholics and pill-poppers.