n.— «In fact, the growing use in North America of these drug-store stalwarts has spawned a whole new lexicon, including “robotripping” and popping “Skittles,” “Red Devils” and “Triple Cs,” the latter the street term for Coricidin Cough and Cold. Those who take them for a high are called “syrup heads.”» —“Syrup heads” by Sheryl Ubelacker London Free Press (Ontario, Can.) Feb. 28, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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