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3 definitions by Dope Boy Magic 187

 
1.
A term predominantly confined to the South, in particular Atlanta, GA, used to describe a glass stem (aka: rose, shooter, straight shooter) usually 4-6 inches in length, which is used to smoke crack cocaine. Users display an almost pathological attachment to such devices, due to the high levels of residue aka: push, contained therein, guarding them like angry crack bees in front of a drug hive.
Say boo, pass me that winky/winkie. I'm bout to get me a tass/blass/get my smoke on/get fucked up etc.

Excuse me, may I please borrow your winky/winkie? Fuck you nigga, no.
by Dope Boy Magic 187 July 09, 2006
 
2.
The practise of pushing a metal rod (aka: pusher) down a glass stem (aka: rose, shooter, straight shooter) in which crack cocaine has been smoked in order to release the residue contained inside. The process involves pushing a piece of - usually - copper wool, (aka: chore, chore boy) up and down the stem thus capturing the oil/white residue on the sides. Usually involves an increasingly hysterical repetition of the task, weeping, periods of intense introspection, regret and violent disagreements. Often accompanied by a psychotic need to search the floor for white crumbs. A trip to the nearest ATM/Trap always follows the last push.
Goddamn it, Where that pusher at? I need to push this bitch right now mane. I'm a kill you mane (sounds of screaming etc).

You did my last push while I was passed out? That's fucked up right thurr nigga. I'm a kill you mane (sounds of screaming etc).

I can get one more push out of this, I know I can. Why ain't that dope boy here yet?

Is there a push in that winky for me? Fuck you nigga, no.
by Dope Boy Magic 187 July 09, 2006
 
3.
Any insoluble substance used to adulterate Crack Cocaine at the oil stage in its preperation for the purpose of cutting or making more potent.
Awwwww hell nah mane, this dope all blow up.

Awwwww hell yeah mane, this blow up got me bouncin off the walls B.
by Dope Boy Magic 187 July 09, 2006