I go to Twitter looking for Nick Swisher news… and it appears that the word Swisher is slang for something else. I do not know quite what. I feel like I don’t even know English anymore after reading these tweets.

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Jeremy Blachman is the author of Anonymous Lawyer, a satirical novel that should make people who didn't go to law school feel good about their life choices. Read more at McSweeney's or elsewhere. He likes e-mail.

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  1. eckmuhl says:

    Oh, come now sir. Surely you have heard of Swisher cigarillos, and are aware of what they are generally used for. This is no great secret to anyone.

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    • eckmuhl says:

      By the by, Destiny Hughes seems like a fun young lass. If I wasn’t already spoken for I might consider mixing some crunk and driving her about the town a bit to see the sights and sounds.

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  2. Casey says:

    Swisher Sweets…it’s a $1 cigar that’s usually used to roll weed in. Get with it, Jeremy.

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  3. OtherSuccesses says:

    Apparently it is a low-grade cigar frequently used to smoke “marijuana.” Yaaay, I helped.

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  4. harperhill says:

    Blachman gets an F in Street Cred 101.

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  5. We all know they’re talking about urinals.

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  6. DodgersKingsoftheGalaxy says:

    Really? I just smoke um like that and i’m from the “hood”……

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  7. Kyle says:

    Referring to weed as “loud” is really just the best.

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  8. taft's wild pitch says:

    Think Alma is sad he’s going to Cleveland?

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