a) A blow job.

"I said," my friend says on the phone, "I can call the cops and have you arrested or you can give me a blowie."

b) A blowfly.

Mouths are clamped shut to keep out blowies, with a slit at the corner prised open in case speech - preferably laconic - is necessary; miseries are borne with a stoical shrug.

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