hay head

hay head

slang Someone who uses marijuana. I used to be a real hay head in high school, but I stay away from pot these days.
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hay head

verb
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The sprocket for the pick-up reel on the hay head had shattered, and there was no way to repair it.
Often called "hay head," it's been this way as long as I can remember.
| ALDRIDGE'S first ever Poppy Run and Walk takes place at Aldridge Airport and Hay Head Wood on November 3 to raise money for the Poppy Appeal.
There also was a "hay head" made for these loaders to stack loose hay.
Ian Kendall, of Walsall's Hay Head Farm, believes the repercussions will, in the long run, be horrendous.
The one-mile walk is around Hay Head Wood, while the three-mile walk takes in the Rushall Canal, Sutton Road, bridleway to The Dingle and through woods to return to site.
Hay Head Wood off the Aldridge Road has had its car park closed at night after problems with teenagers congregating on the site.
Hay Head Wood, off the Aldridge Road, has had its car park closed at night after problems with teenagers congregating on the site.
Walsall Council's countryside services has organised the tour at Lodge Wood and Hay Head Wood, in Aldridge, on August 9, from 8pm until 10.30pm.
Up to a dozen people are thought to have been gathering at Hay Head Wood car park in Aldridge, Walsall, over the past month for gay and heterosexual sex acts during the day and after dark.
There was little to choose between the sides - but Gala edged ahead in 78 minutes when Hay headed into his own net.
Amble United were just two minutes from lifting the Division One silverware at Wallington when the unlucky Josh Hay headed into his own net.
Nathan Hay headed home a Mark Stuart corner on 88 minutes to pull one back and a minute later Neil Grayston slammed the ball into the top corner.
Just 180 seconds later Chris Hay headed home and the comeback was complete.
Graham's strike looked as if it would earn the three points until Paul Hay headed in the equaliser.