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Example: “Make sure you clean your piece so you aren’t smoking resin.” One-hitter. A small, narrow pipe designed to hold very small amounts of cannabis. One-hitters are constructed from a variety of materials, including steel, glass, or ceramic.
A glossary of marijuana terminology, including usage and definitions within the cannabis industry. PotGuide is your directory to the world of recreational and medical marijuana, including marijuana dispensaries, 420 friendly lodging, events, activities and cannabis news and culture. As if you were smoking a joint, pinch your index finger and thumb together while holding your middle, ring, and pinky straight up.; Thumb and index finger first, move your hand towards the corner of your mouth, and then move it away.Repeat this gesture.
Cannabis sign language for 420. To sign 420: Make the sign for four, then the sign for twenty. Marijuana slang and ganja vocab: submit your stoner jargon, browse categories, or search for a cannabis slang word or phrase in our extensive archive. Ganja Vocabulary.
The ultimate guide to cannabis terminology and slang terms. We are compiling an open source dictionary of every cannabis-related term and phrase in the world. Regardless of where either word came from, “marijuana” is a universal term for weed in most countries. And “Mary Jane” is, as well. Fun little fact, some Spanish smokers refer to cannabis simply as “Maria,” while the French sometimes call it “ Marie Jeanne.”.
Poor quality weed, usually containing numerous seeds. Doobie. A joint.
Dope. 1. Marijuana. 2. Name given to any illegal substance. 3. Cool, awesome.
Dry. When you and/or your hook-up run out of marijuana. Dub.
A quantity of weed costing twenty dollars. Eighth. One-eighth ounce of marijuana. Elbow joint. A pipe piece that connects the chamber and bowl.
Euro-style. “I’ve been out of weed, so I’m considering this a T-break.” Tatered. A word used to describe how inebriated one can get from smoking weed. It’s possible that being tatered may be related to the term couch potato, referencing the couch lock often experienced when.
There are many marijuana slang terms used by cannabis consumers on a daily basis. Learn about the history of marijuana slang and some of the most common terms around. and maybe incorporate a few new words into your vocabulary. Ad.
420 A term used to describe marijuana or marijuana culture. 4/20 (April 20 th). bag of bones – multiple marijuana cigarettes. blunt – though the wrapper of any cigar can be used today, early users of the term used the brand Phillies Blunt. stogie – this slang term for.
A term referring to the consumption of cannabis and cannabis culture. Often presented as 420, it signifies the time in which to consume cannabis (4:20 p.m. and/or a.m.) and the date April 20 (4/20 weed day) to celebrate cannabis globally. 420 has also been used as a shorthand to imply a level of acceptance for cannabis use, culture, and lifestyle.
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