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"put that in your cigarette and smoke it"

Posted by Gary on August 13, 2004

In Reply to: "Put that in your cigarette and smoke it" posted by Judy on August 13, 2004

: It means something like "get it into your head",
: I think...
: What is the origin of this phrase?

: (PG Wodehouse, of course, actually he writes:
: "So put that in your twelve-inch cigarette-holder and smoke it." )

Originally it was, 'put that into your pipe and smoke it', although I don't know the source. It sounds colloquial to me.