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Bruno8437

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The first written use of 'roach' to mean 'partially smoked joint' was in a 1938 New Yorker Magazine article about marijuana smokers in the Jazz clubs of Harlem. In this telling, 'a roach' was so named because of the resemblance a mostly-smoked joint has to a cockroach . Source Leafbuyer.com

So a clip used to hold a mostly smoked joint is a roach clip.
 

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The first written use of 'roach' to mean 'partially smoked joint' was in a 1938 New Yorker Magazine article about marijuana smokers in the Jazz clubs of Harlem. In this telling, 'a roach' was so named because of the resemblance a mostly-smoked joint has to a cockroach . Source Leafbuyer.com

So a clip used to hold a mostly smoked joint is a roach clip.
lol your answer is way better than mine, you win

my answer was -

"Because Pot Holder was already taken"
 
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