Derived from the cigarette slang Boge, Boge Staff has it's roots in a small town called Manville, NJ. It was coined by a gentleman named Carl, the professional slob, when upon looking for his pack of boges, some how "staff" is what came out of his mouth, and with a little help from his friends' creativity, the term "Boge Staff" was born.

Also, from "Boge Staff", the term "Staffire" (which means lighter) was birthed shortly thereafter.
"Yo, lemme get a Boge Staff."
"Here... you need some staffire for that thing."
"Nah I got it."
by Steve Blew January 15, 2007

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