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chemical cosh

chemical cosh n. a drug or mix of drugs used to subdue a patient, prisoner, or other person. Editorial Note: From comparison to the stunning or dulling effects of a cosh, “a thick heavy stick or bar used as a weapon,” when used on the...

fifi towel

fifi towel  n.— «A Fifi towel is a homemade vagina. Simply take a small towel, fold it in half, and roll it into a tight cylinder. Then keep it that way using elastic bands. To make the vagina realistic, inmates insert a rubber glove into...

deck

deck  n.— «But police said after the drug deal was done, Colon approached the undercover cop with a knife. “Throw down your decks [bags of heroin],” Colon allegedly said.» —“Man Killed Trying To Steal Drugs From Cop:...

robotripping

robotripping n. the recreational use of over-the-counter cough syrup for its narcotic effects. Also roboing. Editorial Note: This is also known as dexing and tussing, the latter from the cough syrup brand name “Robitussin.” (source:...

juice bar

juice bar n. a methadone clinic, especially one that is seen to encourage addiction rather than cure it. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

foxy

foxy  n.— «5-MEO-DiPT, also referred to as “Foxy,” is sometimes used as a substitute for ecstasy.» —“New Rave Drugs Have Experts Concerned” by Marc Lallanilla ABC News (U.S.) Dec. 30, 2004...

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