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A term used to reference cannabis/marijuana/weed.
This Jazz Cabbage got me zooted. Jazz Cabbage is less harmful than Squares. Iā€™m smoking that Jazz Cabbage boy.
by Gypsiehood97 December 30, 2017
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The act of inserting the name of any obscure cultural institution into a conversation in an effort to accelerate the building of rapport with someone, or to make one's self appear to be more important. Typically considered by intelligent people to be a negative habit.
Here is an example of name dropping in context.
"I totally saw this guy I used to work with at the Bright Eyes show last tuesday!"

With the intended response being:
"woah, you listen to Bright Eyes!?"

One more example

"I was getting off the train and my Don Delillo book fell right out of my bag and onto the tracks!!!"

by BAMF.com May 06, 2003
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Name dropping is used to inflate one's stature in a conversation by linking oneself to a famous person or situation. This is sometimes done while talking about something completely different. The names are just "dropped" in there. Some attempts are more subtle than others but it is basically annoying.
I see those hats everywhere now. When I was at the inauguration for Obama they were all over the place. But when I met Rupaul at that charity party last month he said they are on their way out. And good riddance too!

Did you catch the name dropping in that conversation about hats? So subtle...
by idunnoit January 24, 2009
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mentioning someone (usually 'famous') in a conversation to imply that you are best friends with said person in lame hope of appearing cool by association
Cubix the cunt: I couldn't possibly answer that, i would get a grilling from Ronnie or Arthur (as he browses these forums) or a Avi, ha ha. I lie i love to bum lee blackwell on weekends.
by bernard September 07, 2004
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