Dilaudid. A strong pharmaceutical, injectable opioid, usually found in tablet form. At one time these were in demand, but my guess would be that now the big deal is oxycontin.
Also were referred to as "DLs."
"You scored DILLIES? Cool. We gon' get major fucked up now, bro!"
Pharmaceutical methamphetamine hydrochloride in pill form.
Biggest bang for the buck is to soak it in H20, thus extracting the active element. You get a pale yellowish solution. Tie up, IV, and hang on when the rush hits.
Disclaimer: I don't recommend doing this.
"I just scored some Desoxyn. You got gimmicks? We can get fucked up all night now!"
"To inject something. Usually used in the context of drugs.
My friend booted a bunch of heroin last night."
I guess this might be a possibility. But if memory serves me well (it does so now and then), "booting" is what one does AFTER the first injection of drugs (H).
Thus, one injects and then draws some more blood into the syring/dropper and injects that. Repeatable.
"Oh MAN, went RIGHT in, now BOOT that fucker!"
60 mg codeine + 300 mg acetaminophen. Schedule III.
Much harder to get a scrip for than T3 (30 mg codeine etc etc). Nice work if you can get it. According to the DEA, straight codeine is available, but it is Schedule II.
Wow, I talked my doctor into a scrip for 60 T4s!
Combination win-place-show bet at a race track. Your horse has to come in no worse than third for you to get $$ back.
"Gimme the five across the board."
all sorts of wrong
How can this not be here yet? Here's an example of its usage:
Constant close quarters lead to intense attraction.
This was first explained by Zelda Gilroy to Dobie Gillis in the 1959-1963 TV series, The Many Loves Of Dobie Gillis, except Zelda called it "Propinquity."