stink bomb


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stink bomb

a small glass globe, used by practical jokers: it releases a liquid with an offensive smell when broken
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Kiki shouted as he lit and tossed the stink bomb at the girls and scampered out of sight.
But one afternoon last week was spoiled by a stink bomb in the Wilkinson's store.
The Portland-based American roots-rock band the Strange Tones will let off a stink bomb Saturday at Mac's at the Vet's Club, 1626 Willamette St.
Tom van den Belt is now threatening to set off a stink bomb if the noise doesn't stop.
He said his idea of a joke was "setting fire to people's scripts or putting a stink bomb under the toilet seat".
She also admits a public order offence after trying to set off a stink bomb outside a neighbour's property in the early hours of the morning.
And an unsettled player is like a stink bomb in a dressing room.
It is a stink bomb canister that emits foul smells when swear words are used.
But the stink bomb blew up in Kerry's home town of Boston, site of the Democratic convention, the moment The Associated Press reported it.
I can imagine Pierce Brosnan foiling a Real IRA bomb plot with a bean bag and disabling an armed gang with a stink bomb, but I think once Gardai get their hands on this new gear they will just hit each other and mess up their nice clean uniforms.
I SEE that the Pentagon's latest secret weapon is a giant stink bomb so disgusting it will stop armies in their tracks and disperse rioters in an instant.
Part of the manager's pre-match motivation will be drilling into his players the importance of not losing because, try as you might, a defeat will linger and hang around you longer than a stink bomb in a phone box until the next game.