Used also as slang originating from the Guinean dialect of French and also sometimes spoken in English by natives of Guinea Africa and other french speaking countries of the Ivory Coast.
-As slang it is used to mean a person who gets into things, situations and relationships and ruins them.
-A person who annoys or bothers others.
Seriously, there is NO reason for this stuff to be legal. Along with bath salts, this is probably the second most dangerous shit you can put into your body without getting into law trouble. It feels like you have been poisoned by someone, extreme shivering and paranoia, vomiting, increased heart rate... You could say it has weed's effects, minus the fun.
This stuff is a RESEARCH CHEMICAL. While you're buying it, you should probably ask yourself why are you buying fake weed in the first place, because if you're gonna go this far just to get "high", you shouldn't even be getting high, you're addicted.
You do not know with what this stuff is sprayed with, and it can have REALLY traumatic effects on a first-timer or even an experienced marijuana user. I've had people tell me that spice totally ruined weed for them later on.
Spice is poison. DO NOT smoke this stuff. Seriously, awareness campaigns should be started just so people know what this shit is. Yes, some states in the US have criminalized it, but it is still 100% legal in most of Europe. You've been warned.
source: Personal experience + frient of mine collapsed after one hit.
Not to be taken literally - the explorers actually meant spices as in sexy tan Indian women.
Dona: (to self) I love it when my man isn't home
Columbus: (to self) Sexy hot women! Woo-hoo!