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4 definitions by ElleC

 
1.
1. N. Actual name of a crack pipe or meth pipe. Usually only referred to as such when going to a head shop or smoke shop to purchase said product, as mention of illegal substances will void your sale.
Shopkeep: What can I do for you?
Crackhead: Can I trouble you for a six inch eucalyptus inhaler?
Shopkeep: Why, sure; would you prefer a straight one or a pre-bent one?
Crackhead: Straight, please.
by ElleC February 22, 2006
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2.
cut
An additive mixed or added to a (usually illegal) substance to dilute it.
This practice is commonly used by less-than-trustworthy suppliers in order to boost revenues.
Cuts used in powdered, crushed, sharded, or 'rock' substances can include: sugar, flour & salt. There are many more, but these are the common ones. The afore mentioned cuts are sometimes added in the making of the substance, but can also be added post-production. A common process for the shifty crystal meth dealer is to measure out a small amount less than you're buying and add a couple of drops of olive or vegetable oil to your baggy to make up the remainder of the weight.
In cut substances that one smokes, the best reccomendation is to melt the substance pre-smoking, and continue to apply heat in 8-10 second increments until the cut has burned off. You will know the cut has burned off because, when the heat is removed, the substance will re-form quickly. (Cut substances generally remain liquidy/runny much longer than the true substance should) In burning off the cut, be cautious not to burn the substance. If the substance is cut with sugar, it is more likely to burn easily, so be wary. Oil cuts can make the substance pop or crackle when exposed to heat.
"To burn the sugar cut off of the tweak we bought, we had to melt and remelt the shards seven or eight times."
by ElleC February 21, 2006
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3.
1. N. A term coined in Central Texas to refer to the earliest acceptable time to call your dealer without irritating him, thereby causing him to NOT want to sell to you.

See: Jake-thirty, Jake-O'clock, Drug-O'clock.
Jessica: Is it after noon yet? You know you can't call 'til after noon.
Kevin: It's 12:15.
Jessica: Sounds like drug-thirty to me!
by ElleC February 22, 2006
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4.
1. N. Term coined in Central Texas to describe when it is an acceptable time to call your dealer. Was originally used only to refer to "Jake", but is now acceptable to use when referring to any dealer. One may also feel free to substitute their dealer's name for "Jake".

See: Jake-O'clock, Drug-thirty, Drug-O'clock
Jessica: Is it after noon yet? You know you can't call 'til after noon.
Kevin: It's 12:15.
Jessica: Sounds like Jake-thirty to me!
by ElleC February 22, 2006
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