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Discussion in 'General' started by Buddha_Man, Jan 18, 2014.
Always hear about halves,quarters, and eigths, but what if you wanted 3/4 oz?
usually prices get dropped every double of an amount or so, so that is why you do not pick up by the 21 gs most of the time
21 grams. i dunno it's just an odd amount. wouldn't you just get on Oz?
1 half n a half
i call it
but that's just local slang
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So I really can't help you my man.
Personally I would just call 3/4 "not enough." Really rolls off the tongue.
A half and a quarter or twenty one grams.
I am calling it now that there is some fucking name for this in England. I used to go in those UK threads to learn slang, but it's always just people arguing how many "grammes" are in a "johnny."
Lmao, say this first just to get a reaction.
I ask for a drinking age
I call 3/4 oz "Why you gotta be difficult, just get the half or whole"
It's a bit wordy, but luckily I don't have to say it often.
Im not actually planning on buying 3/4, but it seems like it would be more common, no?
I'm just messin with ya. I honestly can't recall ever hearing of someone requesting that amount. I know I've never tried to get that amount. I think this gives you free range to call it whatever you want. From now on we shall all refer to 3/4 oz asâ€¦â€¦(drum roll)
lol, I always just say a half and a quarter.
what if a dude was like, "can I get a third?"
a 1/3 is 9.33 grams
if i ever bought such a ridiculous amount because i was short for an ounce, id call 3/4, "three quarters of an O"Sent from my iPhone.