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Old school stoner slang!
Posted 21 February 2008 - 12:56 AM
Post some slang that you've maybe heard a few golden age stoners use!
Posted 21 February 2008 - 01:07 AM
Posted 21 February 2008 - 01:10 AM
I knew about the lid... 'Cept it wasn't a $20 bag, it was an OZ that they were referring to. A lot of old hippies call it grass/pot... Here's another term you don't really hear very often that was big back then... JOINT! (lol!!!!). Most people now (at least in my experiences) have replaced J's with L's (blunts, for those who may be wondering).
thats all too true..... not enough people appriciate the joint.....to me theres not much better then smoking a whole bunch of nicely rolled joints....and the movements involved in rolling the joint is my form of meditation.....
Posted 21 February 2008 - 01:45 AM
"lids" were filled to the width of three or four finger across the bag, and named thusly, "three (or four) finger lids".
he calls the bangleaf that is trimmed from a growing plant "reefer".
he would roll joints mostly filled with these crumbled leaves and only throw a small amount of actual bud into the j.
he says he cant handle the "narcotic" shit we smoke nowadays, he'd rather have a reefer.
Posted 14 October 2009 - 06:51 PM
nobodyi know really uses grass for pot except the few old heads i know.....i kinda like it.......im tryin to go get some grass.........it sounds nice to me
Everyone says grass where I live... EVERYONE! But the older stoners call it wacky backy (like seriously). It still makes me LOL
Posted 14 October 2009 - 07:13 PM
Shit man back in the day no one had a fuckin scale you just measured by site and there were no 1/8ths or 1/4 s there were halfs and oz's. an oz went for 20 in the early 70's and 40 by the late 70's.
I went into the marines in 1980 and when i came back home in 84 it was up to 100+ an oz., fuckin shame.
Shit i used to a get 1/4 lbs for a hundred.
Damn you used to get 1/4 pounds for 100.. Dont know about you but a lot of people pay 100 for 1/4 ounces
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