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What are current slang terms for smoking weed?

Asked by LuckyGuy (36990points) 1 month ago

I’m familiar with expressions from the 60s and 70s like: smoking a joint, doobie, reefer.

What are more current expressions?
I’m looking for terms from this century.

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Demosthenes's avatar

People still say “smoking a joint”, but only if you’re actually smoking a joint. There are just a lot of other methods of smoking, like doing a dab, doing a bong rip, smoking a blunt, etc. I still here “let’s blaze” to mean “let’s smoke”. My best friend would always tell me to “pack a bowl” for him (i.e. put ground weed into the bowl of the bong) even though I don’t smoke, so I’d respond with “fuck you, pack your own bowl”. lol

My stoner friends also always told me that “weed” is the preferred term among people who smoke; “pot” is what someone who doesn’t smoke or dislikes weed calls it.

I can’t speak for the youngest generation. I know people still think millennials are 12-year-olds, but we’re getting old. I just see the youngest generation Juuling all the time. Don’t know what they think of weed or what they call it.

zenvelo's avatar

“Burn one”. Ben Harper has a well known song, “Burn One Down.”

Since a lot of people now consume edibles, there are a lot of slang terms for that:

LuckyGuy's avatar

Back in my day we had one form of edible and they were called brownies.

And we had 5 TV channels! 3 VHF and 2 UHF!

Dutchess_III's avatar

I used to work at a sit down pizza place, and one of the cooks brought in some special brownies. They were just nasty. They tasted like some one threw some hay in my brownies. yuck!
Thanks for asking this. I’ve been wondering too. Do they still call the burning end a “roach?” And do they still call them “roach clips?”

Strauss's avatar

Of coure, my “roach clips” have always been hemostats…

…and uphill both ways barefoor in the snow!

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