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A street name for designer drugs which resemble bath salts and can induce violent behavior, visions of paranoia, nudity (using bath salts can raise internal body temperature), and EATING shit (research Matthew Hammond of Georgia).

Yep, that's right, some loser named Matthew Hammond actually ATE his own shit after taking bath salts.

He probably deserved it for taking bath salts.

Do some research on Matthew Hammond of Georgia on bath salts if you think I'm joking. Really, do it.

Don't forget about:

* Carla Murphy of Pennsylvania who allegedly took bath salts after giving birth and later attacked hospital staff.

* Robert William White of California who allegedly took bath salts and assaulted a woman and later claimed he was an alien who talked to Jesus.

* Brandon DeLeon of Miami who allegedly took bath salts and threatened to eat people and tried to bite a cop.

and many, many, more...
Bath salts AKA Aura, Black Rob, Bliss, Blizzard, Bloom, Blue Silk, Cloud 9, Drone, Hurricane Charlie, Ivory Wave, Lovey Dovey, Lunar Wave, Maddie, MCAT, Meow Meow, Monkey Dust, MTV, Ocean Snow, Peeve, Purple Wave, PV, Red Dove, Scarface, Snow Leopard, Stardust, Super Coke, Vanilla Sky, White Lightning, and Zoom.
by bath-salts-suck-ass July 13, 2012
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Basically hooking up wit someone but you ain't tryna let no one know who it is. IF YOU LET PEOPLE KNOW IT AINT NO SNEAKY LINK 🧍 🧍 ♀️.
" My sneaky link REARRANGED me last night y'all don't even know 😫"

"I mean my sneaky link got a girl but he don't even think he straight 🧍 "

"Are you dumb why'd you think I'd tell you their name? Dumbass it's called sneaky link for a reason."
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Recreational drug known for causing good times, euphoria and turning you into a zombie face eating monster
Ron: Hey Eugene whatcha been up to?
Eugene: Nothing much, just snorting some bath salts. Grrrr Nom Nom Nom
by Hungry Zombie May 29, 2012
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It has the active ingredient: Mephedrone aka (4-methylmethcathinone) (4-MMC, MCAT, Bubbles. Meow, Miaow) also known as Meow Meow: It is often sold as "plant food" or "bath salts" although, as it has no use as such products

- Not to be confused with methedrine, methedrone, methadone, or methylone.

Intended effects: (this will vary on the person and the purity of the Mephedrone - as well as if the user is using any other drugs at the time of usage, being recreational or prescription & especially alcohol!)

Users have reported that mephedrone causes euphoria, stimulation, an enhanced appreciation for music, an elevated mood, decreased hostility, improved mental function and mild sexual stimulation; these effects are similar to the effects of cocaine, amphetamines and MDMA.

These effects last different amounts of time, depending on the way the drug is taken. When taken orally, users report they can feel the effects within 15–45 minutes and when snorted the effects are felt within minutes.

ORAL/NASAL: last for between two and three hours when taken

IV (intravenously): last only half an hour if taken.

If taken in high doses it causes hallucinations & the effects can last for upto 5-6 days. All in all, It is very dangerous, & there are now many bath salts that are made up of a different active ingredient, MDPV (Methylenedioxypyrovalerone), which is much safer and has similar effects to the effects of cocaine, amphetamines as well.
by dani_girl January 04, 2011
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The worst drugs known to man combined into one
You will literally not sleep for days.
Avoid this at all costs.
The best way to describe Bathsalts comedown is to quote Lil Waynes song:

"only when the drugs are done done, do i feel like dying"
by `Beau September 05, 2011
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One of several ways to refer to a new, legal designer drug that anyone 18 or older can just walk into a smoke shop and buy.

It's a drug with many chemical variants and so can not be make illegal easily. It's affects have been compared to methampheymines, cocain/crack, ecstacy, and PCP.

Because it was only introduced around 2002, little is known about it's properties or long-term affects.

Similar to K2, it is packaged as bath salts or incense blends under countless brand names such as...

Also refered to by its many brand names
Bath salts

Blue Silk
Cloud Nine
Ivory Snow
Ivory Wave
Lunar Wave
Ocean Burst
Pure Ivory
Purple Wave
Snow Leopard
Vanilla Sky
White Dove
White Night
by jingleswalnut August 09, 2011
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1) A drug that may be linked to a zombie attack that occurred in Florida.

2) The most likely cause for an actual apocalypse in 2012.
1 - Did you hear about the guy in Florida who ate off another guy's face? They say he was on bath salts.

2 - With all this news about the dangers of bath salts I am beginning to think the world will actually end in 2012.
by #don't do bathsalts May 29, 2012
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