That really only works in the context of discussion with a drug user. It could also mean...
ilo nasa : those things in the drawer you can't remember what they are for any more
ilo lape : bed sheets, pillows, nightcaps, bed time stories, boring novels.
ilo nasa wawa : those machines at science museums that make your hair stand on end.
kepeken e kasi nasa : putting a venus fly trap in the house for practical reasons
kepeken ike e ilo nasa : letting your venus fly trap dry out and die
kepeken lili e ilo nasa : to occasionally have a venus fly trap in your house to catch flies.
ko (walo) wawa : marzipan
moku e telo nasa : to drink bubble tea
moku lili : a snack
moku lili pi pilin pona mute : chocolate and other comfort food snacks
pilin nasa : dizzy, disoriented, delusional
telo nasa : bubble tea
telo nasa wawa : hot bubble tea with too much sugar
telo nasa pi wawa ala : shiritaki noodle soup, made with the 0 calorie noodle that consists entirely of indigestible fibers
kasi nasa : venus fly trap, Rafflesia arnoldii, the sensitive tree
kasi sona : hmmm. All that comes to mind are "talking-leaves" which is the phrase the Cherokee used to describing writing. Maybe this is papyrus.
telo seli wawa : heating fuel, heating oil
tenpo suno sin ale la sina moku e telo seli pimeja : Every morning *you* drink licorice tea.
telo wawa : gasoline