brown sugar
 n.— «A large percentage of our youth are addicted to brown sugar, more in the urban areas than in the rural areas.…Brown sugar is one of the most potent chemical weapons to have appeared on the market, wreaking havoc and destruction and broken lives in its path, whilst serving an important political function.…Their biggest problem is the difficulties faced in funding their Brown Sugar addiction. Their daily quota of drugs would require around Mrf. 500.00.» —“The Lost Generation” by Ali Rasheed in Maldives Minivan News (Scottsdale, Ariz.) Apr. 19, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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