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“The Golden Virginia brand, more than half of the roll-your-own tobacco sold in the UK, is manufactured by Imperial Tobacco, based in Bristol, which also owns the Rizla brand of papers.”
“The number of roll-up cigarettes smoked in Britain has leapt 35% in two years, with sales of more than 5,000 tonnes of rolling tobacco a year and marketing of Rizla cigarette papers being seen everywhere from music festival tents to iPhone screens.”
“Imperial has marketed Rizla with sponsorship at music festivals such as Lovebox, The Big Chill, Bestival and Rockness, and boat parties in London and Glasgow.”
“Clive doesn't answer but he's listening, so I talk about Rizla and Spliff, my new cats who the couple upstairs abandoned when they left.”
“In some cases, the study finds, adults have been ID-checked for other products including matches, glue, paracetamol, Christmas crackers, bleach, chocolate cherry liqueurs, Rizla rolling papers and cough drops.”
“Never mind one written on the back of a Rizla, or in the margins of some Trotskyist rag, thirty or forty years ago.”
“The reason you fear Cameron is because he's more likeable than the monocular Scot and you can't fit a Rizla between their policies and your own -- which is how you get to keep stealing them without anyone noticing.”
“He tottered half upright and half awake-half asleep on the edge of the sagging bed and fumbled instinctively for where his lighter and Rizla papers were.”
“At least there wasn't much evidence of today's current Welsh culture of Rizla, the crack pipe and the bong.”
“As John Hemming has said, essentially there is not a Rizla paper between the policy of the US government, the UK government and the Israeli government.”
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