pot party

pot party

n. a communal marijuana smoking session; a party where marijuana is smoked. (Drugs.) I didn’t know you were taking me to a pot party!
See also: party, pot
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He even threw a pot party at the house during Bieber's absence when the singer was touring Europe, as told by Radar online.
Pot party planners are dreaming up classy events: The Colorado Symphony just had its first "Classically Cannabis'' fundraiser with joints and Debussy.
He appeases the Right-whinge vocal Tea Pot Party inside the Conservatives, extremists who preach family values, particularly when on their second or third marriages.
And whether the heavy hitters who came out for Rogen's latest showed up for the jokes or the pot party was hard to say, but come they did.
The musical melting pot party continues with a medley of salsified arrangements of 1970s R&B classics such as Together, I'm Stone in Love With You, You Take My Heart Away, and La La Means I Love You, propelled by some of Cintron's excellent frontline vocalists: Jayar (also featured on keyboards), Rocco, Bob and Angela DePersia.
On a lighter note, the Pot Party seems more inviting than, say, the National Nihilist Party, although it's hard to tell for sure since the Pot Party's Web page is just a bit, ah, muddled.
Another concept in mobile cooking, the Hot Pot Party offers users the option of cooking or dish-sterilizing along with extra pullout tables.
Sherry, however, can't resist a good pot party and ends up getting raped herself and blaming Odette.
Once the NeoDestour captured the nationalist movement they were able to create a melting pot party that also incorporated the labor movement and the general support of the bourgeoisie.
But it also reflects a shift to the Right in a Tory Party turning into a US-style demonise the poor, champion the rich, hate government Tea Party, now in rivalry with the UKIP Tea Pot Party.
You can view more pictures from the pot party at Bieber's mansion (http://www.