my Porsche, I snorted
my plane, I snorted
my house in that din of drugs and booze and being lost," the Telegraph quoted him as telling People mag.
Even when alone, male antelopes snorted
when a human approached, suggesting that rather than being a warning to fellow antelopes, a true snort is directed at the predator itself.
Businessman Mark Ganley, 33, and journalist David Hunt, 36, actually snorted
a lethal form of heroin known as 'China White', an inquest heard.
2 : to say something with anger or scorn <"You'll never win," he snorted
Or rather it's trendy to admit you once snorted
coke but wouldn't now recommend it to anyone else.
Rolling Stones wildman Keith Richards claims he snorted
his own father's ashes during a drugs binge.
Last fall, Mehmet Yilmaz snorted
milk up his nose, causing his left eye to well up with the cloudy liquid.