zot is the singular, zots is plural. a CIGARETTE PAPPER is rolled up into a stick the end of it its chewed/mosined to make up a spit ball . Then is tossed up to stick on the ceiling. This likely has other names . However the name ZOTS is popular with meny folks in canada (southern ontario specificly)
How to make zots
_lick cigarette papper across the botton edge oppisite from the glue strip
_holing it agaist your index fingers
roll upward with your thumbs till the bottom edge catches (rolls up tigh like a tooth pick.
-continue that all the way across the bottom
_with a littlle less presure roll up the cigarette papper firm BUT NOT TOO TIGHT.
allow a little pin hole of space not to make a tight stick that wont turn spitball like at the tip
_ moisen and chew on the end enough so it looks like a Q tip
_now it is ready to be tossed UNDERHAND upwards with a snap of the wrist.
_it makes a snappy sound when it hits the ceiling and should hang downwards.
that is a zot.
then add more to _MAKE ZOTS.
PLEASE IF YOU HAVE OTHER NAMES FOR THIS PRACTICE PLEASE ADD THEM TO THIS DEFINITION
ZOTS WHERE KNOW AND PRACTICED IN SEVERAL CITYS AND TOWNS IN SOUTHERN ONTARIO CANADA .
we rolled up CIGARETTE PAPPER (ROLLIES) into sticks, chewed on the ends of them (making the tips like spit balls) (Q tip) a tossed them (underhand) upwards so they stick to the ceiling.
We zoted the ceiling.
people call zots "those things on the ceiling"
The sound an anteater makes when sticking out its long tongue.
With a loud "ZOT!" hundreds of the anthill's residents were killed.
Malawian phrase used by coloureds, Indians, and whites to denote a fully black Malawian. Highly offensive.
Keith H: I nearly ran over a zot on the way to work today!
Zot - The sound made when a fool is smote by righteous anger and/or the wrath of god. Generally in the form of lightning.
With a *Zot* the stupid bastard was crispified as the only victim of a freak lightning storm
A term for a black person.
The Bronx area of New York has a lot of Zots living in it.
Spit ball made with a tightly rolled rolling paper with nothing inside whereby one end is sucked on until really moist and then thrown at wall/ceiling.
"Check out the ceiling of the cafeteria! It's covered in zots!"
An expression of enthusiasm made (especially by high mountain athletes) when the action at hand (or ski or wheel) was accomplished with panache.
Comes, of course, from the comic strip "B.C." and then mutated by a notorious Wasatach mountain man into the form of expressive enthusiasm.
See also, "Way Zot!"
"Zot," he cried as the buttery garlic melted - al dente - from the first bite out of the pan.