The US Drug Enforcement Agency has released its latest edition of “Slang Terms and Code Words: A Reference for Law Enforcement Personnel.” Predictably, some of the terms are rather questionable. From Reason:
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.
This whole thing reminds me of the great “grunge speak” prank pulled on the New York Times in 1992 by Megan Jasper, then Sub Pop’s receptionist and now the label’s CEO. Anyway, here is the DEA’s complete list of current slang words for marijuana:
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