The Ganjapreneur website wants to put words in your mouth: Its new Marijuana Slang Dictionary aspires to be the Urban Dictionary of pot jargon. The page is too new to have much user-generated content, but the starter set of definitions is amusing in and of itself -- especially usage samples that will make you feel stoned while reading them whether you are or not. Check out ten of the most memorable, video-illustrated for your enjoyment.
Used in dabbing, a relatively new form of weed-smoking where you put concentrated weed onto a nail (hot surface), and then smoke the vapors. The carb cap fits over a nail and allows you to vaporize a full hit at a lower temperature. This lets the weed keep its flavor, since the part of the cannabis responsible for its taste changes when it gets too hot.
"That weed was tasty. Thanks for the carb cap, bro. It worked great."
"If you've never seen one of these before, it's called a carb cap. My ancestors invented it, because being historical makes you smart."
"Don't come back until you apologize and replace my broken carb cap, you mooch -- unless you've got like an ounce of some really dank herb you wanna share, of course."
When you've finished your bowl. People disagree on when exactly a bowl is cashed. Some say it's as soon as the weed starts turning black, whereas others say it's when the weed has basically been turned into ash. Now it's taken on a much broader meaning. Basically, it has now become a synonym for the word "finished."
"How long have we been smoking, man? This is the fifth bowl we've cashed today."
"When I become a business tycoon, I'm not going to tell people they're fired. I'll tell them they're cashed. That'll be cool, right? I'll totally get my own reality show."
"Hey Mr. President, do you wanna hit? Oh, nevermind, this bowl is cashed."
Continue to see more memorable definitions from Gangjapreneur's Marijuana Slang Dictionary. "Cherried"
When the nug in the bowl stays lit without the use of a lighter. It therefore is "cherried" because it looks as red as a cherry. This often happens for one of two reasons. One, the bowl has already been passed around a couple times. Or two, the weed is particularly dry when you light it early on.
"You don't even need the lighter. You can just hit it. See? It's cherried."
"Lisa and John are smoking weed in the garden shed: look, you can see the glow from the cherry!"
"My throat, it burns... here, take this pipe away from me. It's cherried really hard right now."
A style of joint that is wider at the end and narrower towards the point, exactly in the shape of a cone. Most cones include a paper crutch to act as a filter but primarily prevent the tip of the joint from closing. Some advantages to a cone joint is a wider end that smokes smoother, burns slower and uses a lot more weed than a straight joint. In Australia, "cone" is slang for bowl, as in a "bong bowl full of weed." In Europe, cone joints are widely used and usually smoked together with tabacoo, and other substances.
"Yeah, we just had a cone because someone lost the pipe."
"Is that a fat cone I see in your pocket, or are you just happy to live in the land of legal weed?"
"My boyfriend is so cute: he only knows how to roll cones."
Continue to see more memorable definitions from Gangjapreneur's Marijuana Slang Dictionary. "Doobie"
A term used by older individuals and past generations to refer to a joint, which is slang for a cigarette that is rolled using dried cannabis. Most people use non-tobacco rolling paper in order to make joints and they fill the joints with anywhere from 0.25 to 1 gram of cannabis. However, the size of a joint varies and the possibilities of how you can roll a joint are endless. Not a term that is commonly used amongst today's younger generation.
"Does anyone have a doobie that I could take a hit from?"
"I get high much quicker from smoking a doobie than smoking out of a bowl."
"If you roll me a doobie right now, I'll give you a massage whenever you want for the next week."
An ent is a reference to someone that smokes marijuana. While the term originates from the mythical creature the ent or a tree person is a giant human like creature but made from a tree that are in Lord of the Rings. The term was popularized on Reddit and various other internet sites.
"Yo, are you a fellow ent? I see your rasta-colors and dreadlocks, but I don't want to assume..."
"Did you know Sarah is an ent, too? She admitted it to me between classes last week, and now we're going to have smoke dates before and after our lectures. College is sweet."
"I didn't know I was an ent until I got on Reddit for the first time."
Continue to see more memorable definitions from Gangjapreneur's Marijuana Slang Dictionary. "Fire"
It's that good weed. It will usually have a solid amount of red hairs throughout and tons of crystals. Usually city kids and drug dealers use this term to describe it. The weed looks so good that people just want to light it on fire. It's usually been cured for a long enough time that it's sweet smell will make it hard to resist.
"I can never get weed from AJ anymore because the stuff is on fire. The shit sells quicker than Girl Scout Cookies because everyone wants it."
"Dude gimme a hit of that fire please, I'm begging you."
"Jane sold me some really dank fire last week, we should go back and see if she has any more."
A flatbrim is a flat and crispy cap a lot of kids from the city started wearing. Now a lot of the Dab Kids wear it. Usually it's worn cocked to one side of the head. They used to be worn with some price tags and stickers to prove you were thug enough, but now the kids wear it for style. Most of them are made by Grassroots companies or sports teams.
"Dope new flatbrim, but dude you got to make sure that brim is a little more crispy otherwise you may lose some respect."
"See that guy wearing a flatbrim in the corner? I think he sold me pot in high school."
"Check out my sweet new flatbrim -- someone left it at that 'Short Shorts in Space' themed party we threw last week."
Continue to see more memorable definitions from Gangjapreneur's Marijuana Slang Dictionary. "FMCD"
FMCD stands for full melt clear dome, which is a specific kind of bubble hash. Using a dry sieve and a light screen, the water hash will produce large, clear bubbles when heated. If indirect light is used, the hash will produces puddles instead of distinct bubbles. The larger bubbles that the water hash produces, the stronger the bubble hash will be, which is where the dry sieve and light screen come in as tools to improve the quality of the hash.
"This hash is totally FMCD quality -- I can't believe how huge those bubbles were when you heated it up!"
"FMCD is the wildest of rides, but it's not too easy to come by."
"Yeah, dude, my buddy just got into making FMCD. Every time he invites me over I get to try it out."
A term used to indicate a weight increment of an English ounce for the sale or purchase of marijuana. An English ounce is the equivalent of 28 grams or 1/16th of one pound mass. The terminology refers to a Zip-lock brand sandwich bag, which is the usual packaging for a zip of cannabis.
"Look, I was going to buy a nickel bag, but I figured I might as well take advantage of the bulk purchase discount, so I bought a zip."
"How many zips do you think we could fit in this room if we took out all the furniture?"
"Man we need to quit smoking so much, yesterday this bag looked like a zip and now it looks like an eighth."
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