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blow (one's) groceries

slang To vomit. I felt like I was going to blow my groceries from seasickness out on that boat.
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blow (one's) lunch

 and lose one's lunch; blow one's cookies; blow one's groceries
Sl. to vomit. I almost lost my lunch, I ran so hard. I wanted to blow my lunch, that's how rotten I felt. He got carsick and blew his cookies all over the front seat.
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blow lunch

verb
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blow one’s groceries

tv. to empty one’s stomach; to vomit. She blew her groceries all over the front seat.
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blow lunch

verb
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At this point, online grocery shopping appears to be an adjunct to retail shopping rather than a replacement, as most shoppers whose families purchase groceries online once or twice a month or more say they still visit a store to buy groceries at least once a week.
With some 31 million households with an Amazon Prime membership or with access to one, it makes sense that 52% of Amazon Prime members shop for groceries online.
She orders groceries online front work and has them delivered to her office once a week.
groceries use plastic bags, and seven percent offer only plastic, according to the Food Marketing Institute.