The DEA’s List of Cannabis Slang Is Predictably Hilarious

||| GiphyGiphyThe Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) created a list of “Drug Slang Code Words” last year, and it recently modified the list to keep up with the evolving street lingo. If the updated section for cannabis slang is any indication, the agency is trying to connect with the kids while going through a mid-life crisis.

A few of the terms, like “terpenes” and “MMJ” (short for medical marijuana), are not actually slang terms. Other names on the list, like “shoe,” appear to be completely made up. Worse, “Devil’s Lettuce” is italicized in the report, revealing that the relatively old term was only added in this year.

Meanwhile, “blunts,” “good,” and “gas” were apparently not important enough to make the cut. Either that or no one at the DEA listens to Post Malone.

Either way, here is the complete

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