Azwethinkweiz

Album: Enjoy Incubus (1997)

Songfacts®:

  • At the end of the song there is a backwards vocal. If you record it on your computer and reverse it you will hear something like "One night we smoked indigo and Azwethinkweizim was born." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Sydney - The Woodlands, TX

Comments: 3

  • Zero from Nowhere, NjI've created my own definition - When ever I see something out of the corner of my eye and then I turn my head and I see nothing (does this ever happen to anyone else?) I always say, "I think I thought I saw an Azwethinkweiz!" to which the people around me proceed to respond, "Dude, WTF?!"
  • Sanja from Zabok, Croatiaofcourse. i found Azwethinkweiz is science thats studying philosophys of people who had consumating weed...am i right? :) well, i know what is like...
    Azwethinkweiz...i love that "word"!
  • Zoe from Kettering, England"Thursday night we smoked indica and azwethinkweizm was born"
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