- juno and the paycock
Origin of junkie
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This junkie is about to begin a three-day, neo-African, sometimes-terrifying, ritualistic trip.
That is another way of saying that the junkie, unlike our “American business man,” knows himself.
A junkie, on the other hand, exists in a state of constant physical emergency.
A junkie uses only to avoid junk sickness, otherwise known as withdrawal.
The junkie knows life because he has an intimate knowledge of death.
We need not say that Junkie declined obedience, neither would he listen to the silvery blandishments of Gertie.
It was evident that Junkie had a will of his own, and was accustomed to exert it on all occasions.
Junkie was a little fellow for his age, but remarkably intelligent, active, bright and strong.
The appearance of Junkie in the company of “tigers” and baboons, was, he knew well, a mere juvenile indiscretion.
“Nevertheless, it may not be fair to call it a lie, Junkie,” said Jackman.