The powdered form of phencyclidine, a tranquilizer used in veterinary medicine, which as a narcotic is either sniffed or smoked in a tightly rolled cigarette; angel dust: angel dust, also known as busy bee
[1970s+ Narcotics; fr the fact that a low dosage produces a buzz]
The busy bee Ramsey, Hugh felt assured, was by every instinct a honey gatherer.
They had a "busy bee," and made up everything in an infant's wardrobe for her.
It's the born butterfly being condemned to do the work of the busy bee.
“The busy bee” reported Archie, who was acting as signal-midshipman.
In none of these particulars did we resemble the "busy bee."
It is the harvest, if not of the busy bee, at any rate of the busybody.
One throws a high number, another a low one; one wins a wife who is a match for the busy bee, another gets a tiresome gnat.
For the world is turned upside down; cowardly is the busy bee who makes the honey, and valiant the idle drone who steals it away.
Six little Indians stole honey from a hive, A busy bee got after one and then there were but five.
Then the British Beekeepers' Association will explain much of an instructive kind about the busy bee.