I have this sentence: We were sitting at the edge of the potato field, on the outskirts of town, smoking Salem cigarettes and getting sick to our stomachs? What does "to get sick to my stomach" means? Does it mean that the tobacco is destroying their stomach?? I have written: Estábamos sentados en el borde de una campo de patata a las afueras de la ciudad fumando tabaco y destrozándonos el estómago. What do you think? thank you.