A term used to describe crack cocaine and heroin. Light = Crack, Dark = Heroin
''I've been bagging up Light and Dark all day''
by British Slang De-Coder May 30, 2017
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Term typically used by drug dealers and addicts in Northern England. Light means crack cocaine and Dark means heroin.
Addict: I need 3 light and dark
by GhandisToeNail October 19, 2015
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when you are in a room inside a house with the lights on, one cannot see outside however those outside can see in.
-Night is the perfect time to stalk people inside their homes for Allen's Rule of Light and Dark allows you to see in, and they not be able to see you
- Allen's Rule of Light and Dark sucks because i cannot see if anyone is looking at me from outside. I must turn the lights off to see outside
by herman cain2012 October 13, 2011
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Use to identify another person who has either lighter or darker skin tone. With the commonly inaccurate categories of white. black, Hispanic, etc. This allows the speaker to accurately address somebody else without using general slang terms or formal speech.

Depending on the pigment of the speaker light or dark is directly related to the subject. Two different people may call another exact subject the opposite when giving a description.
Hey there "light skin or dark skin." How are them Redskins looking for that game against the Cowboys?

Excuse me "dark skin or dark skin" I am short on my bus fare by a dime; any chance you could help me out?

That light skin broad I saw was a real class act.

I was feeling how that dark skin cat was laying some knowledge to them hoppers cutting up in the park. That was some old school looking.
by Heathen Minded January 2, 2012
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