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Drug Street Names

Addiction thrives on secrecy and deception. Individuals suffering from substance abuse often hide their habits by using slang to refer to specific substances. A wide variety of drugs have street names, including prescription medications and &#;designer drugs.&#; To maintain discretion, drug users and those who sell drugs will use these drug street names in order to fly under the radar and continue their habitual use. In a very practical way, this is their own real language, and they use it as they seek, purchase, and use drugs.

The challenge for concerned friends and family members is to educate themselves about these drug code words, so they can be more aware of what’s really going on around them. If you hear these terms or notice messages containing them, it may be time to look for other red flags and warning signs. To that end, here is a list of common street names for drugs. When you familiarize yourself with these terms, you will be in a better position to help your addicted loved one. It might be a good idea to bookmark this page, so you can refer back to these drug street names.

If you suspect that someone may be using drugs, it is important to discern the different words and phrases associated with drugs and drug use. Seeking professional support services for ongoing drug use and abuse can be transformative for many facing drug addictions. Contact our help center 24/7 at

Drug Street Names

ADHD Medications

These prescription stimulants are given for the treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.  However, they are popular drugs of abuse, especially among older teenagers and young adults, who use them as supposed study aids.  In fact, full-time college students are twice as likely to abuse ADHD meds as young adults who are not in college. Identifying drug abuse with ADHD medications may require a closer look at common drug street names for ADHD medications. Here are a few:

  • Addys
  • Black Beauties
  • Dexies
  • Pep Pills
  • Smart Drug
  • Vitamin A
  • Zing
  • Coke Jr.
  • Crackers (Ritalin and Talwin)
  • Diet Coke
  • Jif
  • Kibbles and Bits
  • Kiddie Cocaine
  • Kiddie Coke
  • One and Ones (Ritalin and Talwin)
  • Pineapple
  • Poor Man’s Heroin (Ritalin and Talwin)
  • R-Ball
  • R-Pop
  • Ritz and Ts (Ritalin and Talwin)
  • Silver Bullet
  • Skippy
  • Skittles
  • Smarties
  • Speedball (Ritalin and Cocaine)
  • Study Buddies
  • Speedball (Ritalin and Heroin)
  • Ts and Rits (Ritalin and Talwin)
  • Vitamin R
  • West Coast

Slang Terms For Drugs


Originally discovered in the late s, amphetamines were not used medically until the s when they were prescribed as decongestants.  Later, they were used to treat other conditions, such as obesity and narcolepsy. However, during World War II, they were used by soldiers for their performance-enhancing and stimulant effects.  This created to a full generation of addicts, and by the s, they were listed as controlled substances.

  • Amp
  • Amphets
  • Back Dex
  • Bam
  • Bambita
  • Beans
  • Bennies
  • Bens
  • Benz
  • Benzedrine
  • Billy
  • Black and Whites
  • Black Beauties
  • Blackbirds
  • Black Bombers
  • Black Cadillacs
  • Black Mollies
  • Blue Boy
  • Blue Mollies
  • Bolt
  • Bombido (Injectable)
  • Bombita (Amphetamine and Heroin)
  • Brain Pills
  • Brain Ticklers
  • Brownies
  • Browns
  • Bumblebees
  • Candy
  • Cartwheels
  • Chalk
  • Chicken Powder
  • Chocolate
  • Christina
  • Christmas Tree
  • Coast to Coasts
  • Co-Pilots
  • Crank
  • Criss-Cross
  • Cross Tops
  • Crossroads
  • Crystal
  • Crystal Methadrine
  • Debs
  • Desoxyn
  • Dex
  • Dexedrine
  • Dexies
  • Diamonds
  • Diet Pills
  • Dolls5
  • Dominos
  • Double Cross
  • Drivers
  • Eye Openers
  • Fast
  • Fastin
  • Fives
  • Flatliners (4-Methylthioamphetamine)
  • Footballs
  • Forwards
  • French Blue
  • Glass
  • Go Fast
  • Golden Eagle (4-Methylthioamphetamine)
  • Greenies
  • Head Drugs
  • Hearts
  • Horse Heads
  • Hydro
  • Iboga
  • In-Betweens
  • Jackson
  • Jam
  • Jam Cecil
  • Jelly Baby
  • Jelly Bean
  • Jolly Bean
  • Jugs
  • Khat
  • L.A.
  • Leapers
  • Lid Poppers
  • Little Bomb
  • Lou Reed
  • Marathons
  • Max (Amphetamines and GHB)
  • Methedrine
  • Mini Beans
  • Minibennie
  • Monoamine Oxidase
  • Morning Shot
  • Nineteen
  • Nugget
  • Oranges
  • Peaches
  • Pep Pills
  • Phet
  • Pink Hearts
  • Pixie
  • Pollutants
  • Purple Hearts
  • Rhythm
  • Rippers
  • Road Dope
  • Robin’s Egg
  • Rosa
  • Roses
  • Rx Diet Pills
  • Slammin’
  • Snap
  • Snow
  • Snow Pallets
  • Snow Seal (Amphetamines and Cocaine)
  • Sparkle Plenty
  • Sparklers
  • Speed
  • Speedies (Amphetamines and MDMA)
  • Spivias
  • Splash
  • Splivins
  • Star
  • Strawberry Shortcake
  • Sweets
  • Tens
  • Thrusters
  • TR-6s
  • Truck Drivers
  • Turkey
  • Turnabout
  • U.S.P.
  • Ups
  • Uppers
  • Uppies
  • Vitamin A
  • Wake-Ups
  • Wash
  • West Coast Turnarounds
  • Whiffle Dust
  • White
  • White Cross
  • Whizz
  • X
  • Zesty

Barbiturates and Benzodiazepines

Barbiturates and benzodiazepines are tranquilizing medications typically prescribed for the treatment of anxiety or insomnia. They are extremely habit-forming, and users may develop a physical dependence within a matter of weeks, even when the medications are used precisely as directed.  In fact, benzodiazepine addiction can be so severe that abrupt cessation can be fatal. Benzodiazepine use has largely replaced barbiturates, but the older medications are still used in some cases. The most-common barbiturates include:

  • Nembutal/Pentobarbital
  • Luminal/Phenobarbital
  • Seconal/Secobarbital

The most-often prescribed “benzos” include:

  • Xanax/Alprazolam
  • Klonopin/Clonazepam
  • Valium/Diazepam
  • Ativan/Lorazepam

Special caution: Barbiturates and benzodiazepines are Central Nervous System depressants that slow heart rate and breathing and reduce blood pressure.  When they are used with other similarly-acting substances such as alcohol or opioids, these effects are magnified dangerously. In fact, 30%  of all prescription drug deaths involve benzodiazepines. But what drug street names do barbiturates and benzodiazepines take on from a day-to-day perspective?

  • s
  • B-Bombs
  • Bank Bandit Pills
  • Barbies
  • Barbs
  • Bars
  • Beans
  • Bennies
  • Blockbusters
  • Blue Angels
  • Blues
  • Bluebirds
  • Blue Bullets
  • Blue Clouds
  • Blue Devil
  • Blue Dolls
  • Blue Heavens
  • Blue Tips
  • Blue Vs
  • Bombido
  • Bombita
  • Busters
  • Butisol
  • Candy
  • Chorals
  • Christmas Rolls
  • Christmas Tree
  • Control
  • Coral
  • Courage Pills
  • Dead Flower Power
  • Disco Biscuits
  • Dolls
  • Double Trouble
  • Downers
  • Downie
  • Drowsy High
  • Drunk Pills
  • Emotion
  • Five-Way (Flunitrazepam, Cocaine, Heroin, Methamphetamine, and Alcohol)
  • Foo Foo
  • G.B.
  • Golf Balls
  • Goofballs
  • Goofers
  • Gorilla Pills
  • Green Dragons
  • Green Frog
  • Heavenly Blues
  • Idiot Pills
  • In-Betweens
  • Joy Juice
  • Karachi (Phenobarbital, Methaqualone, and Heroin)
  • Kiddie Dope
  • King Kong Pills
  • Kpin (Klonopin/Clonazepam)
  • Lay Back
  • Lib
  • Love Drug
  • Ludes
  • Luds
  • Luminal
  • M &#; M
  • Marshmallow Reds
  • Mexican Reds
  • Mickey Finn
  • Mickies
  • Mighty Joe Young
  • Mother’s Little Helper
  • Nebbies
  • Nemmies
  • Nerve Pills
  • Nimbies
  • No Worries
  • Old Joes
  • Peanut
  • Peter
  • Peth
  • Phennies
  • Phenos
  • Pink Ladies
  • Planks (Xanax/Alprazolam)
  • Purple Hearts
  • Q
  • Quads
  • Quas
  • R2
  • Rainbows
  • Red and Blue
  • Red Bullets
  • Red Devils
  • Reds
  • Roofies
  • Roches
  • Seggy
  • Sleep Aways
  • Sleeper and Red Devil (A Depressant and Heroin)
  • Sleepers
  • Softball
  • Sporos
  • Stoppers
  • Strawberries
  • Stumbler
  • Stupify
  • Tooties
  • Tuie
  • Tranks
  • Tranqs
  • Uncle Milty
  • Ups and Downs
  • V (Valium/Diazepam)
  • Wallbangers
  • Xs (Xanax/Alprazolam)
  • Yellow
  • Yellow Bullets
  • Yellowjackets
  • Zs
  • Zannies (Xanax/Alprazolam)


According to the Drug Enforcement Administration, cocaine is a greater drug threat in the United States than it has been in at least a decade.  In Columbia, where over 90% of cocaine originates, cultivation of the coca plant and cocaine production are both at an all-time high. Since , the number of fatal overdoses in America involving cocaine has spiked by %. As one of the most commonly abused substances, cocaine is often referred to by many names. Here are a few drug street names that reflect cocaine use:

  • 8-Ball (Crack and Heroin)
  • 51 (Crack sprinkled on Tobacco)
  • All-American Drug
  • Angie
  • Apple Jacks
  • Aspirin
  • Aunt
  • Aunt Nora
  • Baby
  • Baby T
  • Bad
  • Ball
  • Basa
  • Base
  • Baseball
  • Basuco
  • Batman (Cocaine and Heroin)
  • Bazooka (Crack and Marijuana)
  • Bazulco
  • Beam
  • Beam Me Up Scottie (Cocaine and PCP)
  • Beamers
  • Beans
  • Beat
  • Beautiful Boulders
  • Bebe
  • Beemers
  • Belushi (Cocaine and Heroin)
  • Bernice
  • Bernie
  • Bernie’s Flakes
  • Bernie’s Gold Dust
  • Big Bloke
  • Big C
  • Big Flake
  • Big Rush
  • Bill Blass
  • Billie Hoke
  • Bings
  • Birdie Powder
  • BJs
  • Black Rock
  • Blanca
  • Blast
  • Blotter
  • Blow
  • Blowout
  • Blue
  • Bobo
  • Bollo
  • Bolo
  • Bone
  • Bonecrusher
  • Boost
  • Bopper
  • Botray
  • Boubou
  • Boulder
  • Boulya
  • Bouncing Powder
  • Boy
  • Boy-Girl (Cocaine and Heroin)
  • Brick
  • Bubble Gum
  • Bugle
  • Bullia Capital
  • Bullion
  • Bump
  • Bump Up (Cocaine and MDMA)
  • Bunk
  • Burese
  • Bush
  • Butler
  • Butter
  • C &#; M (Cocaine and Morphine)
  • C-Dust
  • C-Game
  • Cadillac
  • Caine
  • Cakes
  • California Cornflakes
  • Came
  • Candy
  • Candy C
  • Candy Flipping on a String—Cocaine, LSD, and MDMA
  • Candy Sugar
  • Caps
  • Capsula
  • Carnie
  • Carrie
  • Carrie Nation
  • Casper
  • Casper the Ghost
  • Caviar (Cocaine and Marijuana)
  • Ccane
  • CDS
  • Cecil
  • Chalk
  • Champagne (Cocaine and Marijuana)
  • Chang
  • Charlie
  • Chasing the Dragon (Crack and Heroin)
  • Cheap Basing
  • Chemical
  • Chewies
  • Ching
  • Chippy
  • Chocolate Ecstasy (Crack with Chocolate Milk)
  • Chocolate Rock (Crack and Heroin)
  • Choe
  • Cholly
  • Chowder
  • Chronic (Crack and Marijuana)
  • Cigamos (Crack and Tobacco)
  • Clicker (PCP and Crack)
  • Climax
  • Cloud
  • Cloud 9
  • Coca
  • Coco Rocks (Crack made with chocolate pudding)
  • Coco Snow (Crack cut with Benzocaine)
  • Cocoa Puffs (Cocaine and Marijuana)
  • Cocktail (Crack and Marijuana)
  • Coconut
  • Coke
  • Cola
  • Combol
  • Conie
  • Cookies
  • Coolie (Cocaine-laced tobacco cigarette)
  • Corrine
  • Cory
  • Cotton Brothers (Cocaine, Heroin, and Morphine)
  • Crack
  • Crack Cooler (Crack soaked in wine cooler)
  • Crank
  • Crck
  • Crib
  • Crimmie (Crack-laced tobacco cigarette)
  • Croak (Cocaine and Methamphetamine)
  • Crumbs
  • Crunch &#; Munch
  • Crystal
  • Cubes
  • Dama Blanca
  • Demolish
  • Devil Drug
  • Devil’s Dandruff
  • Devilsmoke
  • Dice
  • Dip
  • Dirties (Cocaine and Marijuana)
  • Dirty Basing
  • Dirty Joints (Crack and Marijuana)
  • DOA
  • Double Bubble
  • Double Rock (Crack diluted in Procaine)
  • Double Yoke
  • Draf (Cocaine, Marijuana, and MDMA)
  • Dragon Rock (Crack and Heroin)
  • Dream
  • Duct
  • Dust (Cocaine and Marijuana)
  • Dynamite (Cocaine and Heroin)
  • Eastside Player
  • Egg
  • Eightball (Crack and Heroin)
  • El Diablito (Cocaine, Marijuana, Heroin, and PCP)
  • El Diablo (Cocaine, Marijuana, and Heroin) but
  • El Perico
  • Electric Kool-Aid
  • Esnortiar
  • Ethan (Cocaine and LSD)
  • Everclear
  • Eye-Opener
  • Face
  • Famous Dimes
  • Fast White Lady
  • Fat Bags
  • Fire (Crack and Methamphetamine)
  • Fish Scales
  • Five-Way (Cocaine, Heroin, Methamphetamine, Flunitrazepam, and Alcohol)
  • Flake
  • Flamethrowers (Cocaine, Heroin, and Tobacco)
  • Flat Chunks (Crack and Benzocaine)
  • Flave
  • Fleece (Fake Cocaine)
  • Flex (Fake Crack)
  • Florida Snow
  • Foo Foo
  • Foo Foo Dust
  • Foo Foo Stuff
  • Foolish Powder
  • Freebase
  • Freeze
  • French Fries
  • Fries
  • Frisco Special (Cocaine, Heroin and LSD)
  • Frisco Speedball (Cocaine, Heroin, and LSD)
  • Gaffel (Fake Cocaine)
  • Gaffle (Fake Crack)
  • Garbage Rock
  • Geek (Crack or Cocaine and Marijuana)
  • Geek Joints (Crack or Cocaine and Marijuana)
  • Gift of the Sun
  • Gift of the Sun God
  • Gimmie (Crack and Marijuana)
  • Gin
  • Girl
  • Girlfriend
  • Glad Stuff
  • Glo
  • Gold
  • Gold Dust
  • Golf Ball
  • Goofball (Cocaine and Heroin)
  • Gravel
  • Greek (Cocaine and Marijuana)
  • Grit
  • Groceries
  • Hail
  • Half-Track
  • Hamburger Helper
  • Handlebars (Crack and Alprazolam)
  • Happy Dust
  • Happy Powder
  • Happy Trails
  • Hardball
  • Hard Candy
  • Hard Line
  • Hard Rock
  • Hard Stuff
  • Heaven
  • Heaven Dust

Designer Drugs

Often sold openly online or in convenience stores and head shops and mislabeled as such innocuous problems as “incense”, “fish tank cleaner”, or “deodorize”, these products are marketed as being “safe and legal” alternatives to drugs such as marijuana or methamphetamine. They are neither.  In fact, these unregulated products contain hundreds of dangerous chemicals, and their use and possession are prohibited by law. Because the formulation of these products is constantly changed to circumvent existing drug laws, there are currently over “brand names” being sold. However, some of these brand names are so popular that they have also become generic nicknames for all similarly-acting designer drugs. Designer drugs often go by these drug street names:

  • Bath Salts
  • Black Mamba
  • Caps
  • Cherry Meth
  • Everclear
  • Fake Weed
  • Fantasy
  • Firewater
  • G
  • G-rrific
  • Gamma Oh
  • Genie
  • Georgia Home Boy
  • Goop
  • Great Hormones at Bedtime
  • Grievous Bodily Harm
  • Ivory
  • Ivory Wave
  • Jib
  • K2
  • Liquid E
  • Liquid Ecstasy
  • Liquid G
  • Liquid X
  • M-Cat
  • Meow Meow
  • Moon Rocks
  • Monkey Dust
  • Organic Quaalude
  • Salty Water
  • Scoop
  • Sleep
  • Sleep
  • Soap
  • Spice
  • Tweaker
  • Vanilla Sky
  • White Lightning
  • White Magic
  • Yucatan Fire


Contained in over 70 medications, including Nyquil, Robitussin, Vick’s, and TheraFlu, dextromethorphan is misused at higher doses as a hallucinogen.  In fact, heavy abusers may drink up to four bottles a day.

  • Dex
  • DXM
  • Robo
  • Skittles
  • Syrup
  • Triple-C
  • Tussin


Although it has a legitimate medical use as a painkiller for end-stage cancer patients, this super-powerful synthetic opioid is increasingly showing up among fatal overdoses.  In fact, within the past three years, fentanyl-involved deaths jumped by %. As of , fentanyl replaced heroin as the single deadliest drug in America.  Fentanyl is up to times stronger than morphine, and some analogs are 10, times more powerful.

  • Apache
  • China Girl
  • China Town
  • China White (Fentanyl and Heroin)
  • Dance Fever
  • Friend
  • Goodfellas
  • Great Bear
  • He-Man
  • Jackpot
  • King Ivory
  • Murder 8
  • Perc-a-Pop (Fentanyl lozenge on a stick)
  • N.T
  • Tango and Cash


Between and , the number of overdose deaths involving heroinincreased sixfold.  In fact, for young adults between the ages of 20 and 29, heroin is the most common cause of accidental overdose. Significantly, 80% of heroin addicts started out by misusing prescription painkillers.

  • 8-Ball (Heroin and Cocaine)
  • Aip (Heroin from Afghanistan, Iran, or Pakistan)
  • Al Capone
  • Antifreeze
  • Aries
  • Aunt Hazel
  • Bad Bundle (Poor quality heroin)
  • Ball
  • Ballot
  • Bars (Heroin and Alprazolam)
  • Bart Simpson
  • Batman (Heroin and Cocaine)
  • Beast (Heroin and LSD)
  • Belushi (Heroin and Cocaine)
  • Big Doodig
  • Big H
  • Big Harry
  • Bin Laden
  • Birdie Powder
  • Black Eagle
  • Black Grandma
  • Black Pearl
  • Black Stuff
  • Black Tar
  • Blue Bag
  • Blue Magic
  • Blue Star
  • Bobby Brown
  • Bomb (High potency Heroin)
  • Bombido
  • Bombita (Heroin and Amphetamine)
  • Bombs Away
  • Bone (High purity Heroin)
  • Boy
  • Boy-Girl (Heroin and Cocaine)
  • Bozo
  • Brain Damage
  • Brea
  • Brick Gum
  • Broja
  • Brown
  • Brown Crystal
  • Brown Rhine
  • Brown Sugar
  • Brown Tape
  • Bull Dog
  • Bundle
  • Butu
  • Caballo
  • Caca
  • Calbo
  • Capital H
  • Caps
  • Carga
  • Carne
  • Chapopote
  • Charley
  • Charlie Brown
  • Chasing the Dragon (Heroin and Crack)
  • Chatarra
  • Cheese (Heroin and Tylenol)
  • Chiba
  • Chicle
  • Chieva
  • China Cat (High potency Heroin)
  • China White (Heroin and Fentanyl)
  • Chinese Red
  • Chip
  • Chieva
  • Chiva
  • Choco-fan
  • Chocolate Chip Cookies (Heroin and MDMA)
  • Climax
  • Cocofan
  • Cotics
  • Cotton Brothers (Heroin, Morphine, and Cocaine)
  • Courage Pills
  • Crangbustin (Heroin mixed with chewing tobacco)
  • Crank
  • Crap—(Poor quality heroin)
  • Crop—(Poor quality heroin)
  • Crown Crap
  • Cura
  • Cut-Deck (Heroin mixed with powdered milk)
  • Dead on Arrival
  • Dead President
  • Diesel
  • Deuce
  • DOA
  • Dog Food
  • Dogie
  • Doogie
  • Dooley
  • Doojee
  • Doosey
  • Dope
  • Feelgood
  • Dreck
  • Dugie
  • Duji
  • Dujra
  • Dujre
  • Dust (Heroin and Marijuana)
  • Dynamite (Heroin and Cocaine)
  • Dyno
  • Dyno-Pure
  • Eggs
  • Eightball (Heroin and Crack)
  • El Diablito (Heroin, Cocaine, Marijuana, and PCP)
  • El Diablo (Heroin, Cocaine, and Marijuana)
  • Estuffa
  • Five-Way (Heroin, Cocaine, Methamphetamine, Flunitrazepam, and Alcohol)
  • Flamethrowers (Cocaine, Heroin, and Tobacco)
  • Flea Powder (Low purity Heroin)
  • Foil
  • Foo Foo Stuff
  • Foolish Powder
  • Frisco Special (Heroin, Cocaine, and LSD)
  • Frisco Speedball (Heroin, Cocaine, and LSD)
  • Furra
  • Galloping Horse
  • Gallup
  • Gamot
  • Garbage (Low quality Heroin)
  • Gato
  • George
  • George Smack
  • Girl
  • Glacines
  • Glass
  • Goat
  • Gold
  • Golden Girl
  • Golpe
  • Goma (Heroin and Opium)
  • Good
  • Good and Plenty
  • Good H
  • Good Horse
  • Goofball (Heroin and Cocaine)
  • Gravy
  • H
  • H &#; C (Heroin and Cocaine)
  • H-Bomb (Heroin and MDMA)
  • H caps
  • Hache
  • Hairy
  • Hard Candy
  • Hard Stuff
  • Harry
  • Hayron
  • Hazel
  • He-She (Heroin and Cocaine)
  • Heaven
  • Heaven Dust
  • Helen
  • Hell Dust
  • Henry
  • Hera
  • Heri
  • Hero
  • Hero of the Underworld
  • Heroina
  • Herone
  • Hessle
  • Him
  • Holy Terror
  • Hombre
  • Homicide (Heroin that has been cut with strychnine or scopolamine)


Primarily used by young people, inhalants that can be abused include many everyday household products, including gasoline, cleaners, glues, paints, and solvents.  In fact, this easy availability makes inhalants the fourth-most abused substance in America.

  • Aimes
  • Aimies
  • Air Blast
  • Ames
  • Amys
  • Aroma of Men
  • Bolt
  • Boppers
  • Bullet
  • Bullet Bolt
  • Buzz Bomb
  • Climax
  • Discorama
  • Hardware
  • Heart On
  • Hiagra in a Bottle
  • Highballs
  • Hippie Crack
  • Honey Oil
  • Kick
  • Liquid Incense
  • Locker Room
  • Medusa
  • Moon Gas
  • Nox
  • Oz
  • Poor Man&#;s Pot
  • Poppers
  • Quicksilver
  • Room Deodorizer
  • Rush
  • Rush Snappers
  • Santa&#;s Secret
  • Shoot the Breeze
  • Snappers
  • Spray
  • Toilet Water
  • Toncho
  • Whippets
  • Whiteout


Ketamine is an anesthetic that is misused by people within the “rave culture” for its hallucinatory and psychedelic effects. Recent research suggests that ketamine abuse may lead to permanent brain damage.

  • Bump
  • Cat Killer
  • Cat Valium
  • Donkey
  • Green
  • Honey Oil
  • Jet
  • Purple
  • Special K
  • Special a la Coke
  • Speedball (Ketamine and Ecstasy)
  • Super Acid
  • Super C
  • Vitamin K


Lysergic acid diethylamide is a powerful hallucinogen with consciousness-altering effects that can last up to 12 hours. It is estimated that 10% of people have used LSD at some point.

  • Acid
  • Acid Cube (LSD on a sugar cube)
  • Acido
  • Aeon Flux
  • Animal
  • Backbreakers (LSD and Strychnine)
  • Banana Split (LSD and 2C-B)
  • Barrels
  • Battery Acid
  • Beast (LSD and Heroin)
  • Beavis and Butthead
  • Big D
  • Birdhead
  • Black Acid (LSD and PCP)
  • Black Star
  • Black Sunshine
  • Black Tabs
  • Blotter
  • Blotter Acid
  • Blotter Cube
  • Blue Acid
  • Blue Barrels
  • Blue Chairs
  • Blue Cheers
  • Blue Heaven
  • Blue Microdot
  • Blue Mist
  • Blue Moons
  • Blue Vials
  • Book
  • Boomers
  • Brown Bombers
  • Brown Dots
  • California Sunshine
  • Candy Flipping on a String—LSD, MDMA and Cocaine
  • Cap
  • Chief
  • Chocolate Chips
  • Cid
  • Coffee
  • Comic Book
  • Conductor
  • Contact Lens
  • Crackers
  • Crystal Tea
  • Cubes
  • Cupcakes
  • D
  • Deeda
  • Domes
  • Dose
  • Doses
  • Dosure
  • Dots
  • Double Dome
  • Electric Kool-Aid
  • Elvis
  • Ethan (LSD and Cocaine)
  • Felix the Cat
  • Fields
  • Flash
  • Flat Blues
  • Frisco Special (LSD, Cocaine, and Heroin)
  • Frisco Speedball (LSD, Cocaine, and Heroin)
  • God’s Flesh
  • Golden Dragon
  • Goofy’s
  • Grape Parfait
  • Green Double Domes
  • Green Single Dome
  • Green Wedge
  • Grey Shields
  • Hats
  • Hawaiian Sunshine
  • Hawk
  • Haze
  • Headlight
  • Heavenly Blue
  • Instant Zen
  • L
  • Lason Sa Daga
  • LBJ (LSD, Heroin, and PCP)
  • Lens
  • Lime Acid
  • Little Smoke
  • Logor
  • Loony Toons
  • Lucy
  • Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
  • Mellow Yellow
  • Mickeys
  • Microdot
  • Pink Robots
  • Pink Wedges
  • Pink Witches
  • Potato
  • Pure Love
  • Purple Barrels
  • Purple Flats
  • Purple Gel Tabs
  • Purple Haze
  • Purple Hearts
  • Purple Ozoline
  • Rainbow
  • Recycle
  • Red Lips
  • Royal Blues
  • Russian Sickles
  • Tabs
  • Tail Lights
  • Ten Pack
  • The Ghost
  • The Hawk
  • Ticket
  • Timothy Leary
  • Troll (LSD and MDMA)
  • Twenty-Five
  • Tyler Berry (LSD and Gasoline)
  • Vodka Acid
  • Watercolors
  • Yellow
  • Yellow Dimples
  • Yellow Sunshine
  • Ying Yang
  • Zen
  • Zig Zag Man

Street Names For Drugs


Although its legal status in some states is changing, marijuana remains the most-used illicit drug in America.  While supporters say that it is harmless, research has shown a connection between heavy marijuana use and serious health problems, including bone disease, heart problems, stroke, impotence, brain damage, and fetal development. Marijuana also significantly affects mental health and can lead to the worsening of ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, depression, and schizophrenia.

  • 13
  • 38 (Marijuana and Crack)
  • AAA (Marijuana from British Columbia)
  • A-Bomb (Marijuana and Heroin or Opium)
  • Acapulco Gold
  • Acapulco Red
  • Ace
  • Afghani Indica
  • African
  • African Black
  • African Bush
  • African Woodbine
  • Airplane
  • Alice B. Toklas (Marijuana Brownie)
  • Amp Joint (Marijuana and Narcotics)
  • Angola
  • Ashes
  • Assassin of Youth
  • Astro Turf
  • Atom Bomb (Marijuana and Heroin)
  • Atshitshi
  • Aunt Mary
  • B (Marijuana cigar dipped in malt liquor)
  • Baby
  • Baby Bhang
  • Babysitter
  • Bad Seed (Marijuana with Peyote or Heroin)
  • Bale
  • Bamba
  • Bambalacha
  • Bammies (Poor quality marijuana)
  • Bammy
  • Banano (Marijuana and Cocaine)
  • Bar
  • Barnyard Hay (Poor quality marijuana)
  • Bash
  • Basuco (Marijuana with Cocaine paste)
  • Bazooka (Marijuana with Cocaine paste)
  • BC Bud (High quality marijuana from Canada)
  • Belyando Spruce
  • Bhang
  • Black
  • Black Bart
  • Black Ganga
  • Black Gold (High potency Marijuana)
  • Black Gungi (Marijuana from India)
  • Black Gunion
  • Black Hash (Hashish and Opium)
  • Black Mo/Moat (High potency Marijuana)
  • Black Mote (Marijuana and Honey)
  • Black Russian (Hashish and Opium)
  • Blanket
  • Block
  • Blonde
  • Blue de Hue (Marijuana from Vietnam)
  • Blue Sage
  • Blue Sky Blonde (High potency Marijuana from Columbia)
  • Blunt (Marijuana in a cigar)
  • Bo
  • Bo-bo
  • Bob Hope
  • Bobo Bush
  • Bohd
  • Bomber
  • Bone
  • Boo
  • Boo Boo Bama
  • Boom
  • Broccoli
  • Brown
  • Bubble Gum (Marijuana from Tennessee)
  • Bud
  • Buda (Marijuana and Crack)
  • Buddha (Marijuana and Opium)
  • Bulladine
  • Bullyon
  • Burnie
  • Bush
  • Butter
  • Butter Flower
  • S.
  • Cam Trip (High potency Marijuana)
  • Cambodian Red (Marijuana from Cambodia)
  • Can
  • Canade (Marijuana and Heroin)
  • Canadian Black
  • Canamo
  • Canappa
  • Cancelled stick
  • Candy Blunt (Marijuana cigarette dipped in cough syrup)
  • Candy Sticks (Marijuana and Cocaine)
  • Cannabis Tea
  • Carmabis
  • Cartucho (Package of Marijuana cigarettes)
  • Catnip
  • Caviar (Marijuana and Cocaine)
  • Cavite All Star
  • Cest
  • Champagne (Marijuana and Cocaine)
  • Charas (Marijuana from India)
  • Charge
  • Cheeba
  • Cheeo
  • Chemo
  • Chiba Chiba (High potency Marijuana from Columbia)
  • Chicago Black
  • Chicago Green
  • Chira
  • Chocolate
  • Chocolate Thai
  • Choof
  • Christmas Bud
  • Christmas Tree
  • Chron
  • Chronic (Marijuana and Crack)
  • Chunky
  • Churus
  • Citrol (High potency Marijuana from Nepal)
  • Clicker (Marijuana dipped in formaldehyde)
  • Clickums (Marijuana and PCP)
  • Climb
  • Cochornis
  • Cocktail (Marijuana and Crack)
  • Cocoa Puffs (Marijuana and Cocaine)
  • Colas
  • Coli
  • Coliflor Tostao
  • Columbian
  • Colorado Cocktail
  • Columbus Black
  • Corn
  • Cosa
  • Crack Back (Marijuana and Crack)
  • Crack Bash (Marijuana and Crack)
  • Crazy Weed
  • Crescent Roll (Marijuana and Cocaine)
  • Cripple
  • Cron
  • Chronic
  • Crying Weed
  • Cryppie
  • Cryptonite
  • Cubes
  • Culican (High potency Marijuana from Mexico)
  • Dagga (Marijuana from South Africa)
  • Dank
  • Dawamesk
  • Devil’s Bush
  • Dew
  • Diablito (Marijuana and Crack)
  • Diambista
  • Dimba (Marijuana from West Africa)
  • Ding
  • Dinkie Dow
  • Dipped Joint (Marijuana and PCP, dipped in formaldehyde)
  • Dips (Marijuana and PCP)
  • Dirt Grass (Poor quality Marijuana)
  • Dirties (Marijuana and Cocaine)
  • Ditch
  • Ditch Weed (Poor quality Marijuana)
  • Djamba
  • Dodo
  • Dody
  • Domestic (Marijuana that is locally-grown)
  • Don Jem
  • Don Juan
  • Dona Juana
  • Dona Juanita
  • Donk (Marijuana and PCP)
  • Doob
  • Doobee
  • Dooby
  • Dope
  • Doradilla
  • Draf (Marijuana, Cocaine, and MDMA)
  • Draf Weed
  • Drag Weed
  • Dry High
  • Dubbe
  • Duby
  • Durong
  • Duros
  • Dust (Marijuana and Cocaine, Heroin, or PCP)
  • Dust Blunt (Marijuana and PCP)
  • Earth
  • El Diablito (Marijuana, Cocaine, Heroin, and PCP)
  • El Diablo (Marijuana, Cocaine, and Heroin)
  • El Gallo
  • Elephant
  • Endo
  • Esra
  • Fallbrook Redhair (Marijuana from Fallbrook, California)
  • Fattie
  • Fatty
  • Feeling
  • Fern
  • Fine Stuff
  • Finger
  • Finger Lid
  • Fir
  • Firewood
  • Flower
  • Flower Tops
  • Fraho
  • Frajo
  • Frios (Marijuana and PCP)
  • Fry (Marijuana dipped in embalming fluid)
  • Fry Daddy (Marijuana and Crack)
  • Fu
  • Fuel (Marijuana and insecticides)
  • Fuma D’Angola
  • Gage
  • Gallo
  • Gange
  • Gangster
  • Ganja
  • Garbage (Poor quality Marijuana)
  • Gash
  • Gasper
  • Gasper Stick
  • Gauge
  • Gauge Butt
  • Geek (Marijuana and Crack)
  • Geek Joints (Marijuana and Crack or Cocaine)
  • Ghana
  • Giggle Smoke
  • Giggle Weed
  • Gimmie (Marijuana and Crack)
  • Goblet of Jam
  • Gold Star
  • Golden
  • Golden Leaf (Marijuana of extremely high quality)
  • Gong
  • Gonj
  • Good Butt
  • Good Giggles
  • Goody-Goody
  • Goof Butt
  • Gorge
  • Gram (Hashish)
  • Grass
  • Grass brownies
  • Grasshopper
  • Grata
  • Green (Low quality marijuana)
  • Green Buds
  • Green Goddess
  • Greeter
  • Greta
  • Griefo
  • Griefs
  • Grifa
  • Griff
  • Griffo
  • Grizzy
  • Gunga
  • Gungeon
  • Gungun
  • Gunja
  • Gyve
  • Haircut
  • Hanhich
  • Happy Cigarette
  • Happy Stick
  • Harsh
  • Has
  • Hawaiian (Very high potency marijuana)
  • Hawaiian Black
  • Hawaiian Homegrown Hay
  • Hay
  • Hay Butt
  • Headies (High quality marijuana)
  • Henry
  • Herb
  • Herb and Al (Marijuana and Alcohol)
  • Herba
  • Hit
  • Hocus
  • Homegrown
  • Honey Blunt (Cigars filled with Marijuana and sealed with Honey)
  • Hooch
  • Hoodie
  • Hooter
  • Hot Stick
  • Hydro (Marijuana grown in water)
  • Jamaican Gold
  • Jamaican Red Hair
  • Jane
  • Jay
  • Jay Smoke
  • Jim Jones
  • Jive
  • Jive Stick
  • Joint
  • Jolly Green
  • Joy Smoke
  • Joy Stick (Marijuana and PCP)
  • Ju-Ju
  • Juan Valdez
  • Juanita
  • Juice Joint (Marijuana cigarette that has been sprinkled with Crack)
  • Juja
  • Jumbos (Marijuana and Crack)
  • Kabak (Marijuana from Turkey)
  • Kaff (Very potent Marijuana from the Middle East)
  • Kalakit
  • Kali
  • Kansas Grass
  • Kate Bush
  • Kawaii Electric
  • Kaya
  • KB
  • Kee
  • Kentucky Blue
  • Key
  • KGB
  • Khayf (Very potent Marijuana from the Middle East)
  • Ki
  • Kick Stick
  • Kief (Very potent Marijuana from the Middle East)
  • Kiff (Very potent Marijuana from the Middle East)
  • Killer
  • Killer Green Bud
  • Killer Weed (Marijuana and PCP)
  • Kilter
  • Kind
  • Kind Bud (High quality Marijuana)
  • King Bud
  • Kona Gold
  • Krippy
  • Kryptonite
  • Kumba
  • Kush
  • L.
  • Lace (Marijuana and Cocaine)
  • Lakbay Diva
  • Laughing Grass
  • Laughing Weed
  • Leaf
  • Leak (Marijuana and PCP)
  • Leno
  • Left-Handed Cigarette
  • LG
  • Lid
  • Light Stuff
  • Lima
  • Liprimo (Marijuana and Crack)
  • Little Smoke
  • Llesca
  • Loaf
  • Lobo
  • Loco
  • Loco Weed
  • Locoweed
  • Log
  • Loose Shank
  • Love Boat (Marijuana that has been dipped in formaldehyde or mixed with Heroin or PCP)
  • Love Leaf (Marijuana and PCP)
  • Love Weed
  • Loveboat (Marijuana and PCP)
  • Lovelies (Marijuana and PCP)
  • Lubage
  • M
  • J.
  • O.
  • U.
  • Macaroni
  • Macaroni and Cheese (Marijuana and Cocaine)
  • Machinery
  • Macon
  • Maconha
  • Mafu
  • Magic Smoke
  • Manhattan Silver
  • Mari
  • Marimba
  • Mary
  • Mary and Johnny
  • Mary Ann
  • Mary Jane
  • Mary Jonas
  • Mary Warner
  • Mary Weaver
  • Maryjane
  • Matchbox
  • Maui Waui (Marijuana from Hawaii)
  • Maui Wowie
  • Meg
  • Megg
  • Meggie
  • Messorole
  • Mexican Brown
  • Mexican Green
  • Mexican Locoweed
  • Mexican Red
  • Mighty Muzz
  • Mint
  • MJ
  • Mo
  • Modams
  • Mohasky
  • Mohasty
  • Monte (Marijuana from South America)
  • Moocah
  • Mooster
  • Mootah
  • Mooters
  • Mootie
  • Mootos
  • Mor a Grifa
  • Mota
  • Mother
  • Moto
  • Mu
  • Muggie
  • Muggle
  • Muggles
  • Muta
  • Mutah
  • Mutha
  • Nail
  • Nigra
  • Northern Lights (Marijuana from Canada)
  • Number
  • Oatmeal
  • Oolies (Marijuana and Crack)
  • Ozone (Marijuana, PCP, and Crack)
  • P-Dogs (Marijuana and Cocaine)
  • Pack
  • Pack a Bowl
  • Pack of Rocks
  • Pakaloco
  • Pakalolo
  • Pakistani Black
  • Panama Cut
  • Panama Gold
  • Panama Red
  • Panatella
  • Paper Blunts
  • Parsley (Marijuana and PCP)
  • Pasto
  • Pat
  • Philly Blunts
  • Piff
  • Pin
  • Pocket Rocket
  • Pod
  • Poke
  • Pot
  • Potlikker
  • Potten Bush
  • Premos (Marijuana and Crack)
  • Prescription
  • Pretendica
  • Pretendo
  • Primo (Marijuana, Cocaine, Crack, and Heroin)
  • Primo Square (Marijuana and Crack)
  • Purple Haze
  • Queen Ann’s Lace
  • Ragweed (Low quality Marijuana)
  • Railroad Weed
  • Rainy Day Woman
  • Rangood (Wild Marijuana)
  • Rasta Weed
  • Red Bud
  • Red Cross
  • Red Dirt
  • Reefer
  • Reggie
  • Righteous Bush
  • Rip
  • Roach
  • Roacha
  • Rockets
  • Rompums (Marijuana and horse tranquilizers)
  • Root
  • Rope
  • Rose Marie
  • Rough Stuff
  • Rubia
  • Rugs
  • Sand and Pepper
  • Santa Marta
  • Schwagg
  • Scissors
  • Scrub
  • Seeds
  • Sen
  • Sess
  • Sezz
  • Shake
  • Shnizzlefritz
  • Shrubs
  • Siddi
  • Sinse
  • Sinsemilla (High potency variety of Marijuana)
  • Skunk
  • Skunkweed
  • Smoke
  • Smoke a Bowl
  • Smoke Canada
  • Snop
  • Speedboat (Marijuana, PCP, and Crack)
  • Spliff
  • Splim
  • Square Mackerel
  • Squirrel (Marijuana, PCP, and Crack)
  • Stack
  • Stems
  • Stick
  • Sticky Icky
  • Stink Weed
  • Stoney Weed
  • Straw
  • Sugar Weed
  • Super Grass (Marijuana and PCP)
  • Super Pot
  • Swag
  • Sweet Lucy
  • Swishers
  • Syrup (Marijuana and cough syrup)
  • Taima
  • Takkouri
  • Tea
  • Tex-Mex
  • Thai Sticks (Marijuana soaked in Hashish oil)
  • Thrupence Bag
  • Thumb
  • Tio (Marijuana and Cocaine)
  • Torch
  • Torpedo (Marijuana and Crack)
  • Trauma
  • Trees
  • Triple A (Marijuana from British Columbia)
  • Turbo (Marijuana and Crack)
  • Tustin
  • Twist
  • Twistum
  • Unotque
  • Viper’s Weed
  • Wac (Marijuana and PCP)
  • Wacky Weed
  • Water
  • Water-Water (Marijuana cigarettes dipped in formaldehyde and sometimes PCP)
  • Weed
  • Weed Tea
  • Wet (Marijuana cigarettes soaked in PCP and then dried)
  • Wet Sticks (Marijuana with PCP and formaldehyde)
  • Whack (Marijuana an insecticides)
  • Whackatabacky
  • Wheat
  • White Russian
  • White-Haired Lady
  • Wicky (Marijuana, PCP, and Cocaine)
  • Wicky Stick (Marijuana, PCP, and Crack)
  • Wollie (Marijuana and Crack)
  • Woo Blunts (Marijuana and Cocaine)
  • Woola Blunt (Marijuana and Heroin)
  • Woolah (Marijuana and Crack)
  • Woolie (Marijuana and Crack or PCP)
  • Wootie (Marijuana and Crack)
  • Yeh
  • Yellow Submarine
  • Yen Pop
  • Yeola (Marijuana and Crack)
  • Yerba Mala (Marijuana and PCP)
  • Yerhia
  • Yesca
  • Yesco
  • Zacatecas Purple (Marijuana from Mexico)
  • Zambi
  • Zay
  • Zig Zag Man
  • Zol
  • Zoom (Marijuana and PCP)


Methylenedioxymethamphetamine is the most popular of the so-called “club drugs” used by people who frequent discos, nightclubs, and music festivals. In the s, only about 10, doses of MDMA were consumed in America, but today, there are over 29 million users around the world. What drug street names does MDMA take on?

  • 10s
  • 19
  • Adam
  • B-Bombs
  • Batmans
  • Bean
  • Beanies
  • Bens
  • Bermuda Triangles
  • Bibs
  • Bickie
  • Blue Kisses
  • Blue Lips
  • Blue Nile
  • Bump Up (MDMA and Cocaine)
  • Candy Flipping on a String (MDMA, LSD, and Cocaine)
  • Care Bears
  • Cat in the Hat
  • Charity
  • Chocolate Chip Cookies (MDMA and Heroin or Methadone)
  • Chrystal Methadrine
  • Clarity
  • Cloud 9
  • Cristal
  • Dead Road
  • Debs
  • Decadence
  • Dex
  • Dexedrine
  • Dexies
  • Diamonds
  • Disco Biscuits
  • Doctor
  • Dolls
  • Draf (MDMA, Cocaine, and Marijuana)
  • Drivers
  • E
  • E-Bombs
  • Eccy
  • Ecstasy
  • Egyptians
  • Elephant Flipping (MDMA and PCP)
  • Elephants
  • Es
  • Essence
  • Eve
  • Ex
  • Exiticity
  • Flipping
  • Flower Flipping (MDMA and Mushrooms)
  • Four-Leaf Clover
  • Gaggler
  • Go
  • Green Triangles
  • Greenies
  • Gum
  • Gwm
  • Hammerheading (MDMA and Viagra)
  • Iboga
  • Ice
  • Igloo
  • Jerry Garcias
  • Khat
  • Kitty Flipping (MDMA and Ketamine)
  • Kleenex
  • Letter Biscuits
  • Love Drug
  • Love Flipping (MDMA and Mescaline)
  • Love Trip (MDMA and Mescaline)
  • Lover’s Speed
  • Lover’s Special
  • Mao
  • MDM
  • Mercedes
  • Methedrine
  • Mini Beans
  • Mitsubishi
  • Molly
  • Monoamine Oxidase
  • Moonstone (MDMA and Heroin)
  • Morning Shot
  • Nexus Flipping (MDMA and 2C-B)
  • Nox (MDMA and Nitrous Oxide)
  • On the Ball (MDMA and Heroin)
  • Orange Bandits
  • P and P (MDMA and Viagra)
  • Parachute Down (Using MDMA after Heroin)
  • Party and Play (MDMA and Viagra)
  • Party Pack (MDMA and 2C-B)
  • Peace
  • Piggybacking (Sequential use of more than one MDMA tablet)
  • Pink Panthers
  • Playboy Bunnies
  • Playboys
  • Pollutants
  • Rave Energy
  • Red Devils
  • Rib
  • Ritual Spirit
  • Roca
  • Rolling
  • Rolls Royce
  • Running
  • Scooby Snacks
  • Shabu
  • Slammin’
  • Smurfs
  • Snackies (MDMA and Mescaline)
  • Speed for Lovers
  • Speedies
  • Spivias
  • Stacking (3 or more MDMA tablets)
  • Stacks (MDMA and Heroin or Crack)
  • Stars
  • Strawberry Shortcake
  • Super X (MDMA and Methamphetamine)
  • Supermans
  • Swans
  • Swedge
  • Sweeties
  • Tabs
  • Thizz
  • Tom and Jerries
  • Triple Crowns
  • Triple Rolexes
  • Triple Stacks
  • Troll (MDMA and LSD)
  • Tutus
  • Tweety Birds
  • S.P.
  • Ultimate Xphoria
  • Waffle Dust (MDMA and Amphetamine)
  • West Coast Turnarounds
  • Wheels
  • Whiffle Dust
  • White Diamonds
  • Wigits
  • X
  • X-ing
  • X Pills
  • XTC


The DEA ranks methamphetamine as the second-biggest drug threat in the United States. Right now, purity, potency, and production are UP, while the price is DOWN.  million Americans have used methamphetamines at some point.

  • Bathtub Crank (Poor quality methamphetamine)
  • Batu
  • Biker’s Coffee (Methamphetamine and coffee)
  • Black
  • Black Beauty
  • Blade
  • Bling Bling
  • Blue Devils
  • Blue Ice
  • Blue Meth
  • Boo
  • Brown
  • Bump
  • Chalk
  • Cheese
  • Chicken Feed
  • Christmas Tree Meth (Green-colored Methamphetamine made using Drano Crystals)
  • Chrome
  • Cinnamon
  • Clear
  • Cousin Tina
  • Cr
  • Crank
  • Cringe
  • Crink
  • Cris
  • Cristina
  • Cristy
  • Croak (Methamphetamine and Cocaine)
  • Crossles
  • Crypto
  • Crystal
  • Crystal Glass
  • Crystal Meth
  • Desocsins
  • Desogtions
  • Dope
  • Elbows
  • Fast
  • Fire (Methamphetamine and Crack)
  • Five-Way (Methamphetamine, Cocaine, Heroin, Flunitrazepam, and Alcohol)
  • Geep
  • Geeter
  • Getgo
  • Glass
  • Go Fast
  • Granulated Orange
  • Half Elbows
  • Hanya
  • Hiropon
  • Holiday Meth (Methamphetamine that is green because it was manufactured using Drano crystals)
  • Hot Ice
  • Hugs and Kisses (Methamphetamine and MDMA)
  • Hydro (High quality Methamphetamine)
  • Ice
  • Jet Fuel (Methamphetamine and PCP)
  • Kaksonjae
  • LA Glass
  • LA Ice
  • Lemon Drop (Yellow Methamphetamine)
  • Lithium (Good quality Methamphetamine)
  • Load of Laundry
  • Maui Wowie
  • Meth
  • Meth Speedball (Methamphetamine and Heroin)
  • Methlies Quik
  • Mexican Crack
  • Mexican Speedball (Methamphetamine and Crack)
  • Motorcycle Crack
  • Nazimeth
  • Ozs
  • P and P (Methamphetamine, MDMA, and Viagra)
  • Party and Play (Methamphetamine, MDMA, and Viagra)
  • Peanut Butter
  • Pink
  • Pink Elephants
  • Pink Hearts
  • Po Coke
  • Poor Man’s Coke
  • Poppers
  • Quartz
  • Quill
  • Red
  • Redneck Cocaine
  • Rock
  • Schmiz
  • Scootie
  • Shabu (Methamphetamine and Cocaine)
  • Sketch
  • Soap
  • Soap Dope (Pink Methamphetamine)
  • Spackle
  • Sparkle (Shiny Methamphetamine)
  • Speckled Birds
  • Speed
  • Spoosh
  • Stove Top
  • Super Ice
  • Super X (Methamphetamine and MDMA)
  • Tic
  • Tick Tick
  • Tina (Methamphetamine and Viagra)
  • Trash
  • Tweak
  • Tweek
  • Twisters (Methamphetamine and Crack)
  • Wash
  • Water
  • Wet
  • White Cross
  • Work
  • Working Man’s Cocaine
  • Ya Ba (Extremely powerful Methamphetamine from Thailand)
  • Yellow Bam
  • Yellow Jackets
  • Yellow Powder
  • Zip

Opioid Painkillers

Misrepresentation by Big Pharma companies and over-prescription by unsuspecting or negligent doctors created a nationwide epidemic that is still worsening. Significantly, while the United States has just 5% of the world’s population it consumes 80% of the global supply of prescription opioids.

  • s
  • s
  • 20s
  • 40s
  • 80s
  • AC/DC
  • Amidone
  • Auntie
  • Auntie Emma
  • Ah-Pen-Yen
  • Barr
  • Big O
  • Black Hash (Opium and Hashish)
  • Black Pill
  • Black Russian (Opium and Hashish)
  • Black Stuff
  • Black
  • Blue
  • Captain Cody
  • Chandoo
  • Chandu
  • Chinese Molasses
  • Chinese Tobacco
  • Chocolate
  • Chocolate Chip Cookies (Methadone and MDMA)
  • Coties
  • Cotton
  • Cotton Brothers (Morphine, Heroin, and Cocaine)
  • Cruz (Opium from Veracruz, Mexico)
  • Done
  • Dopium
  • Dover’s Deck
  • Dover’s Power
  • Down
  • Dream Gum
  • Dream Stick
  • Dreams
  • Easing Powder
  • Emsel
  • Fi-Do-Nie
  • Fireflower
  • First Line
  • Fizzies
  • God’s Drug
  • God’s Medicine
  • Goma (Opium and Heroin)
  • Gondola
  • Goric
  • Hillbily Heroin
  • Hows
  • Hydros
  • Karo
  • Kickers
  • Killers
  • Lean
  • Lorries
  • M
  • Miss Emma
  • Mister Blue
  • Morf
  • MS
  • New Jack Swing (Morphine and Heroin)
  • Nods
  • Os
  • OCs
  • Oceans
  • Ocean Cities
  • Orange County
  • Ox
  • Oxy
  • Oxycoffins
  • Pancakes and Syrup (Codeine and Glutethimide)
  • Percs
  • Perks
  • Purple Drank
  • Rushbos
  • Schoolboy
  • Sizzurp
  • Syrup
  • Tabs
  • Tomater
  • Toxy
  • Toys
  • Unkie
  • Vics
  • Vicos
  • Vikes
  • Watsons


Phencyclidine is a dissociative drug that triggers alter perceptions, severe hallucinations, and often violent behavior.  One of the most unique hazards of PCP use is “flashbacks” that may occur long after use has been discontinued. Approximately 3% of Americans over the age of 25 have used PCP.

  • Amoeba
  • Angel
  • Angel Dust
  • Angel Hair
  • Angel Mist
  • Angel Poke
  • Angel Powder
  • Animal Trank/Tranq/Tranquilizer
  • Aurora Borealis
  • Beam Me Up Scottie (PCP and Cocaine)
  • Belladonna
  • Black Acid (PCP and LSD)
  • Black Dust
  • Black Whack
  • Blue Madman
  • Boat
  • Bohd
  • Bush
  • Busy Bee
  • Butt Naked
  • Cadillac
  • Canabinol
  • Cigarrode Cristal
  • CJ
  • Clicker (PCP and Crack)
  • Clickums (PCP and Marijuana)
  • Cliffhanger
  • Columbo
  • Cozmo’s
  • Crazy Coke
  • Crazy Eddie
  • Crystal
  • Crystal Joint
  • Crystal T
  • Cycline
  • Cyclones
  • D
  • Detroit Pink
  • Devil’s Dust
  • Dipped Joints (PCP and Marijuana, dipped in formaldehyde)
  • Dipper
  • Dips (PCP-dipped Marijuana cigarettes)
  • DMT
  • Do It Jack
  • DOA
  • Domex (PCP and MDMA)
  • Donk (PCP and Marijuana)
  • Drink
  • Dummy Dust
  • Dust (PCP and Marijuana)
  • Dust Blunt (PCP and Marijuana)
  • Dust Joint
  • Dust of Angels
  • Dusted Parsley
  • El Diablito (PCP, Marijuana, Cocaine, and Heroin)
  • Elephant Flipping (PCP and MDMA)
  • Elephant Trank
  • Elephant Tranquilizer
  • Embalming Fluid
  • Energizer
  • Erth
  • Fake STP
  • Flakes
  • Fresh
  • Frios (PCP and Marijuana)
  • Fuel
  • Good
  • Goon
  • Goon Dust
  • Gorilla Biscuits
  • Gorilla Tab
  • LBJ (PCP, LSD, and Heroin)


Psychedelic drugs alter users’ perceptions and distort reality for up to 12 hours. The two biggest risks of long-term abuse are persistent psychosis and Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder. HPPD is characterized by “flashbacks”—hallucinations that can re-occur long after drug use has stopped. Symptoms of HPPD can be so severe as to mimic brain tumors or strokes.

  • Amt (Dimethyltryptamine)
  • Banana Split (2C-B and LSD)
  • Bdmpea (2C-B)
  • Beans (Mescaline)
  • Buttons (Mescaline)
  • Blue Caps (Mescaline)
  • Boom (Mushrooms)
  • Boomers (Mushrooms)
  • Britton (Peyote)
  • Bromo (2C-B)
  • Businessman’s LSD/Special/Trip (Dimethyltryptamine)
  • Cactus (Mescaline)
  • Cactus Buttons (Mescaline)
  • Cactus Head (Mescaline)
  • Caps (Psilocybin)
  • Chief (Mescaline)
  • Det (Dimethyltryptamine)
  • DMT (Dimethyltryptamine)
  • Et (Etryptamine)
  • Fantasia (Dimethyltryptamine)
  • God’s Flesh (Mushrooms)
  • Hickori (Peyote)
  • Hikuli (Peyote)
  • Hyatari (Peyote)
  • Love Flipping (Mescaline and MDMA)
  • Love Trip (Mescaline and MDMA)
  • Mesc (Mescaline)
  • Mescal (Mescaline)
  • Mese (Mescaline)
  • Mezc (Mescaline)
  • Moon (Mescaline)
  • Nexus (2C-B)
  • Nexus Flipping (2C-B and MDMA)
  • Nubs (Peyote)
  • Snackies (Mescaline and MDMA)
  • Topi


Unlike other benzodiazepines, Rohypnol/flurazepam has no approved medical uses in the United States. Use is associated with sexual assault, robbery, and suicide.

  • Circles
  • Date Rape Drug
  • Five-Way (Rohypnol, Methamphetamine, Cocaine, Heroin, and Alcohol)
  • Forget-Me Drug
  • Forget-Me Pill
  • Forget Pill
  • La Rocha
  • Lunch Money Drug
  • Mexican Valium
  • Pingus
  • R-2
  • Reynolds
  • Rib
  • Roach 2
  • Roaches
  • Roachies
  • Ropies
  • Robutal
  • Rochas Dos
  • Roche
  • Roofies
  • Rope
  • Rophies
  • Rophy
  • Ropies
  • Roples
  • Row-Shay
  • Ruffies
  • Ruffles
  • Wolfies

Salvia Divinorum

This genus of Salvia is native to Southern Mexico. It has long been used in shamanistic medicine, but in recent years, it has been abused as a recreational drug. Chewed, smoked, or brewed in a tea, it produces hallucinogenic effects.

  • Diviner’s Sage
  • Magic Mint
  • Maria Pastora
  • Sage of the Diviners
  • Sally-D
  • Shepardess’ Sage
  • Seer’s Sage
  • Ska Maria Pastora
  • Yerba de la Pastora


Anabolic or “muscle-building” steroids are synthetic versions of testosterone, the male sex hormone. Abusers inject or ingest steroids or apply creams and gels at dosages that are up to times greater than therapeutic levels. The mental health risks of steroid abuse include extreme paranoia and jealousy, irritability, aggression, delusions, mania, and impaired judgment. Physical effects include organ and heart damage, high cholesterol, blood clots, stunted growth, impotence, infertility, and exaggerated secondary sex characteristics.

  • Abolic (Veterinary)
  • Anadrol (Oral)
  • Anatrofin (Injectable)
  • Anavar (Oral)
  • Arnolds
  • Bolasterone (Injectable)
  • Deca-Duabolin (Injectable)
  • Delatestryl (Injectable)
  • Dep-Testosterone (Injectable)
  • Dianabol
  • Dihydrolone (Injectable)
  • Durabolin (Injectable)
  • Dymethzine (Injectable)
  • Enoltestovis (Injectable)
  • Equipose (Veterinary)
  • Finajet (Veterinary)
  • Gym Candy
  • Juice
  • Maxibolin (Oral)
  • Methatriol (Oral)
  • Methyltestosterone (Oral)
  • Parabolin (Oral)
  • Primbolin (Injectable and Oral)
  • Proviron (Oral)
  • Pumpers
  • Roids
  • Stackers
  • Sustanon (Injectable)
  • Therobolin (Injectable)
  • Weight Trainers

Glossary of Miscellaneous Drug Slang


  • A-Boot—Under the influence
  • Abandominiums—Row of abandoned houses where drugs are used
  • Abe—$5 worth of drugs
  • Acid Freak/Acid Head—LSD user
  • Ad—Drug addict
  • Agonies—Symptoms of withdrawal
  • Airhead—Marijuana user
  • All Lit Up—Under the influence
  • All Star—User of multiple drugs
  • Amp Head—LSD user
  • Amped—High on amphetamines or methamphetamine
  • Amped-Out—Extreme fatigue after coming down
  • Are You Anywhere?—Do you smoke marijuana?
  • Around the Turn—Completed withdrawal
  • Artillery—Paraphernalia for injecting drugs
  • Author—A doctor who will write illegal prescriptions


  • B—A matchbox-sized amount of marijuana
  • Babe—Medications for detoxification
  • Baby Habit—Occasional drug use
  • Babysit—To guide a new user through their first drug experience
  • Back Door—Drug residue in a pipe
  • Back Jack—To inject drugs
  • Back-to-Back—Using heroin and crack, one after the other
  • Backtrack—Blood flowing into the needle while injecting drugs
  • Backup—Prepping a vein
  • Bad Go—Bad drug reaction
  • Bag—Container of drugs
  • Bag Bride—A prostitute who smokes crack
  • Bag Man—Dealer
  • Bagging—Inhalant use
  • Baked—High on marijuana
  • Baker—Marijuana user
  • Balling—Vaginal use of cocaine
  • Balloon—Package of heroin
  • Bang—Injecting drugs
  • Base Crazies—Searching for drugs on your hands and knees
  • Batt—Needle
  • Beamer—Person who smokes crack
  • Beat Artist—Person who sells fake drugs
  • Bed Bugs—Addicts
  • Behind the Scale—Weighing and selling cocaine
  • Beiging—Changing the color of cocaine to make it look more pure
  • Belted—Under the influence
  • Bender—Drug party
  • Big 8—One-eighth of a kilogram of crack
  • Big Man—Dealer
  • Bindle—Small packet of powdered drugs
  • Bing—One injection of drugs
  • Bingers—Crack users
  • Bingo—Injecting drugs
  • Bipping—Snorting cocaine and heroin
  • Biscuit—50 crack rocks
  • Bite Your Lips—To smoke marijuana
  • Biz—Quantity of drugs
  • Blank—Non-narcotic powder sold as heroin
  • Blanks—Poor quality drugs
  • Blast—To smoke marijuana or crack
  • Blasted—Under the influence
  • Blaze—To smoke marijuana
  • Blizzard—The white cloud of smoke when smoking cocaine
  • Blow—To inhale cocaine, smoke marijuana, or inject heroin
  • Blow a fix/shot—To miss the vein
  • Blow Your Mind—To get high on hallucinogens
  • Body-Packer—Someone who swallows packets of drugs for transport
  • Bone—$50 of crack
  • Bong—Marijuana pipe
  • Book— doses of LSD
  • Boost—To inject drugs
  • Boost and Shoot—Stealing to support a drug habit
  • Booster—Inhaling cocaine
  • Boot—To inject drugs
  • Boot the Gong—To smoke marijuana
  • Booted—Under the influence
  • Bottles—Vials of amphetamines or crack
  • Box Labs—Small, mobile methamphetamine labs
  • Boxed—In jail
  • Break Night—Binging on cocaine and staying up until sunrise
  • Brewery—Location where drugs are made
  • Brick—One kilogram of marijuana
  • Bridge/Bring Up—To prepare a vein
  • Broker—Heavy drug user
  • Bubbler—Bong
  • Buffer—Someone who trades oral sex for crack
  • Bugged—Covered with sores from using dirty needles
  • Bull—Police officer or DEA agent
  • Bummer Trip—Unpleasant drug experience
  • Bump—A hit of drugs
  • Burn One—To smoke marijuana
  • Burning the Main Line—Injecting drugs
  • Burned—Purchased fake drugs
  • Burnout—Heavy drug user
  • Buzzed—Under the Influence


  • C Joint—Place where cocaine is sold
  • Cabbage Head—An addict who will use any drug
  • Cad/Cadillac—One ounce of drugs
  • Cafeteria Use—Using several drugs at the same time, especially hypnotics and sedatives
  • Candyman—Drug dealer
  • Cap Up—To put bulk drugs into capsules
  • Carburetor—Part of a crack pipe
  • Carpet Patrol—Addicts who search the floor looking for drugs
  • Carry—To possess drugs
  • Chalked Up—High on cocaine
  • Chalking—Changing the color of cocaine to make it look whiter
  • Channel—Vein
  • Channel Swimmer—IV heroin user
  • Charged Up—Under the influence
  • Chase—To smoke cocaine or marijuana
  • Chaser—Crack addict
  • Chasing the Tiger—Smoking heroin
  • Chicken Scratch—Searching for drugs on your hands and knees
  • Chiefing—Smoking marijuana
  • Chillum—Any object used to smoke marijuana or opium
  • Chipper—Occasional drug user
  • Chucks—Extreme hunger after heroin withdrawal
  • Cigarette paper—package of heroin
  • Clam Bake—Smoking marijuana in a small enclosed space
  • Clockers—Low-level dealers who sell drugs 24 hours a day
  • Clocking Paper—Drug profits
  • Closet Baser—Secretive crack user
  • Cluck—Crack user
  • Cluckers—Middlemen between dealers and users
  • Coasting—Under the influence
  • Cocaine Blues—The crash after a cocaine high
  • Cokehead—Cocaine user
  • Cold Turkey—Quitting drugs abruptly
  • Come Home—Returning after an LSD trip
  • Come Up—To sell drugs
  • Connect—To purchase drugs
  • Cook—Drug manufacturer OR to prepare heroin for injection
  • Cook own—to liquify heroin for inhalation
  • Cooker—Methamphetamine manufacturer OR to inject drugs
  • Cooking Up—Turning powdered cocaine into crack
  • Cop—To purchase drugs
  • Copping Zones—Places to purchase drugs
  • Coriander seeds—Cash money
  • Cork the Air—Inhaling cocaine
  • Cotton Fever—Dangerously-high temperature after accidentally injecting cotton fibers
  • Crack Gallery—Place where crack is old
  • Crack House—Place where crack is used
  • Crack kits—Paraphernalia to use crack
  • Crack-in-the-Box—Busy gas station with a heavy flow of drug transactions
  • Cracker Jack—Crack user
  • Cranking Up—Injecting drugs
  • Crankster—A user or manufacture of methamphetamine
  • Credit Card—Stem of a crackpipe
  • Crisscrossing—Simultaneously snorting lines of cocaine and heroin in each nostril


  • Dabble—Occasionally use drugs
  • Dank—The practice of soaking marijuana in formaldehyde
  • Dart—Syringe
  • Deck—1 to 15 grams of heroin
  • Demo—Stem of a crack pipe
  • Devil’s Dick—Crack Pipe
  • Dews—$10 worth of drugs
  • Diamond Folds—Folded paper containing drugs
  • Dime/Dime Bag—$10 worth of drugs
  • Dime’s Worth—Lethal dose of heroin
  • Dinosaurs—Heroin users over the age of 40
  • Disease—A user’s drug of choice
  • Do a line—To inhale drugs
  • Doctor Shopping—Going to multiple physicians to obtain prescriptions
  • Dolla Boy—Dealer
  • Dollar—$ worth of drugs
  • Dominican Knot—The tied corner of a drug baggie
  • Donnie Brasco—Undercover officer
  • Dope Fiend—Addict
  • Doub–$20 worth of crack
  • Double Breasted Dealing—Dealing heroin and cocaine together
  • Double Up—When a crack dealer gives an extra rock to attract more customers
  • Double Ups—A $20 crack rock that is big enough to be broken and sold as TWO $20 rocks
  • Dove—$35 worth of crack
  • Draw Up—To inject drugs
  • Drop—To swallow drugs
  • Dropper—To inject drugs
  • Dropping—Eating methamphetamine wrapped in bread
  • Drought—When drugs are scarce
  • Dry Up—To inject drugs
  • Dub—$20 worth of drugs
  • Due—Drug residue in a pipe
  • Dump—Vomiting after taking drugs
  • Dusting—Adding cocaine, heroin, or PCP to marijuana


  • E-Puddle—Sleeping due to exhaustion after MDMA use
  • E-Tard—MDMA user
  • Easy Score—Obtaining illegal drugs with no difficulty
  • Eating—Ingesting drugs
  • Eight-Ball—1/8th ounce of drugs
  • Elbows—One pound of methamphetamine
  • Emergency Gun—Non-syringe method of injection
  • Explorer’s Club—Group of LSD users


  • Factory—Place where drugs are manufactured, processed, and/or packaged
  • Fag—Cigarette
  • Fall—To be arrested
  • Feed bag—Container for drugs
  • Feenin—Craving drugs
  • Fifteen Cents—$15 worth of drugs
  • Fingers—Drug packages made from the cut-off fingers of surgical gloves.
  • 5 C Note—$
  • 5 Cent Bag—$5 worth of drugs
  • Five Dollar Bag—$50 worth of drugs
  • Fix—To inject drugs
  • Flame Cooking—Smoking crack over a stove burner
  • Flying—Under the influence
  • Following That Cloud—Searching for drugs
  • Flying Mexican Airlines—Under the influence
  • Freebasing—Smoking crack
  • Frontloading—Transferring drugs between syringes
  • Fuete—Syringe


  • G—One gram of drugs OR $
  • G-Rock—One gram of crack
  • G-Shot—A small dose of drugs taken to ward off withdrawal symptoms
  • Gaffus—Syringe
  • Gear—Drugs OR Paraphernalia
  • Geeker—Crack user
  • Geeze—To inhale cocaine
  • Geezin a Bit of Dee Gee—Injecting drugs
  • Set a Gage Up—To smoke marijuana
  • Get a Gift—To obtain drugs
  • Get Down—To inject drugs
  • Get Lifted—Under the influence
  • Get Off—To inject drugs
  • Get-Off Houses—Places where heroin users pay a fee to buy and use heroin
  • Get the Wind—To smoke marijuana
  • Get Through—To obtain drugs
  • Getting Glassed—Snorting methamphetamine
  • Getting Roached—Using Rohypnol
  • Getting Snotty—Using heroin
  • Gick Monster—Crack user
  • Gimmick—Paraphernalia to inject drugs
  • Giro House—A business that launders drug money
  • Give Wings—To inject/teach another person with heroin
  • Glading—Using inhalants
  • Glasss Gun—Syringe
  • Gluey—Inhalant user
  • Go into a sewer—To inject drugs
  • Go Loco—To smoke marijuana
  • Go on a Sleigh Ride—To snort cocaine
  • Gone—Lost everything to a crack habit
  • Gopher—Person who is paid to pick up drugs
  • Got it Going On—Fast Sale of Drugs
  • Graduate—To progress to stronger drugs
  • Gravy—To inject drugs
  • Ground Control—The “caretaker” during a hallucinogenic trip
  • Grows—Marijuana growing operation
  • Gun—To inject drugs that happen
  • Gutter—Vein
  • Gutter Junkie—An addict who cannot support their own habit, so they rely on others


  • Half a Football Field—50 rocks of crack
  • Half Elbows—1/2 pound of methamphetamine
  • Half Load—15 bags of heroin
  • Half Piece—Half an ounce of heroin or cocaine
  • Hand-to-Hand—Direct delivery of and payment for drugs
  • Hawkers—Dealers who sell party drugs in nightclubs
  • Head Shop—Store that sells drug paraphernalia
  • Heat—Police
  • Henpecking—Searching for drugs on your hands and knees
  • Henry—1/8 ounce of marijuana
  • Highbeams—Eyes that are wide open, due to drug use
  • Hit House—Place where users can shoot up, using drugs as a fee
  • Hit the Hay—To smoke marijuana
  • Hit the Main Line—To inject drugs
  • Hit the Needle—To inject drugs
  • Hit the Pit—To inject drugs
  • Hitch up the Reindeer—To inhale cocaine
  • Hitter—Some who accepts drugs as payment for injecting others with hard-to-find veins
  • Hit the Slopes—To inhale cocaine
  • Holding—Possessing drugs
  • Honey—Money
  • Honeymoon—Drug use before addiction develops
  • Hopped Up—Under the Influence
  • Horn—To inhale a drug
  • Hot Box—Smoking drugs inside a car with the windows rolled up
  • Hot Shot—Lethal dose
  • House Fee—Fee to enter a crack house
  • Hotrailing—Inhaling methamphetamine through a plastic tube
  • Hubba Pigeons—Addicts who search for leftover drugs after a police raid
  • Huffing—Using inhalants
  • Hulling—Using others to obtain drugs
  • Hustle—To obtain drug customers
  • Hydro Grow—Indoor marijuana growing operation
  • Hype Stick—Syringe


  • Ice Cream Habit—Occasional drug use
  • In—Connected to dealers
  • INOD—In need of drugs
  • Interplanetary Mission—Traveling from one location to another in search of drugs


  • Jack—To steal drugs
  • Jack Up—To inject drugs
  • Jag—To keep a high going
  • Jolly Pop—Occasional heroin user
  • Jolt—To inject drugs
  • Jonesing—Craving drugs
  • Joy Pop—To inject drugs
  • Juggle—To sell drugs in order to support one’s own habit
  • Juggler—Teenage street dealer
  • Jum—Sealed plastic bag containing crack
  • Junkie—Addict
  • Junkie Kit—Glass pipe and copper mesh


  • K-Hole—Ketamine high
  • Kabuki—Homemade crack pipe
  • Keister Planting—Hiding drugs in the rectum
  • Kissing—Mouth-to-mouth transfer of small drug packets
  • Kit—Drug-injecting equipment


  • Lamborghini—Homemade crack pipe
  • Laugh and Scratch—To inject drugs
  • Lay-Out—Equipment for using drugs
  • Lazy Bitch—A pound of marijuana
  • Leaping—Under the influence
  • LEO—Law enforcement officer
  • Lipton Tea—Poor quality drugs
  • Lit Up—Under the influence
  • Lithium Scabs—Telltale sores of methamphetamine abuse
  • Loused—Sores and infections from the use of dirty needles


  • Mainline—To inject drugs
  • Make Up—In need of drugs
  • Maserati—Homemade crack pipe
  • Meth Monster—Violent methamphetamine user
  • Miss—To inject drugs
  • Mission—Search for drugs
  • Mist—Drug smoke
  • Mix—Drug environment
  • Monkey Dribble—Two ounces of cocaine
  • Morning Blast—First drug use of the day
  • Mouth Worker—Oral drug user
  • Mow the Grass—To smoke marijuana
  • Mule—Drug courier


  • Nailed—Arrested
  • New one—Fresh syringe
  • Nickel Bag–$5 worth of drugs
  • Nickelodeons—Addicts
  • Nod—Under the effects of heroin
  • Nipsy—Less than an ounce
  • Nix—Stranger in a group of users
  • Non-Toucher—Someone who cannot stand physical contact after using drugs


  • On a Mission—In search of drugs
  • One and One—To inhale cocaine
  • One Bomb— crack rocks
  • One-Stop Shop—Place where multiple drugs can be purchased
  • Onion—One ounce of crack


  • Panic—No drugs are available
  • Paper—One-quarter gram
  • Paperboy—Dealer
  • Perlas—Street dealer
  • Pharming—Taking a mixture of prescription medications
  • Pianoing—Using the hands to search for lost drugs
  • Piggybacking—Injecting two drugs simultaneously
  • Pill Houses—Places where illicit prescription drugs are sold
  • Pill Ladies—Senior citizens who sell their medications
  • Pill Mills—Doctor’s offices and clinics that overprescribe drugs
  • Ping-in-Wing—To inject drugs
  • Pipero—Crack user
  • Po-Fiend—Marijuan addict
  • Pony-Packs— Paper drug packages
  • Pop—To inhale cocaine
  • Power Puller—Rubber piece attached to the stem of a drug pipe
  • Puff the Dragon—To smoke marijuana
  • Pusher—Metal hanger or rod used to scrape drug residue from a pipe


  • Quarter—$25 worth of drugs


  • Raspberry—Someone who trades sex for drugs
  • Recompress—Pressing flake cocaine together until it resembles crack rocks
  • Red—Under the influence
  • Res—Drug residue in a pipe
  • Riding the Wave—Under the influence
  • Rig—Drug-injecting equipment
  • Ringer—A good hit of drugs
  • Roach—The small butt of a marijuana cigarette
  • Roach Clip—Clamp to hold marijuana roaches
  • Rock Climbing—Smoking crack
  • Rock House—Place to buy and use crack
  • Rock Star—Crack user OR someone who trades sex for drugs
  • Rockette—Female crack user
  • Roid Rage—Aggressive or violent behavior resulting from steroid abuse
  • Roller—To inject drugs
  • Runners—Low-level dealers who sell drugs for others it


  • 62— ounces of poor quality crack
  • Sam—Federal narcotics agent
  • Sancocho—To steal
  • Satch—Items soaked in a drug solution to be smuggled
  • Satch Cotton—Fabric filter used to prepare drugs for injection
  • Score—To buy drugs
  • Scrape and Snort—To break off small pieces of cocaine for sharing
  • Seconds—Second hit from drugs
  • Serial Speedballing—Sequentially using heroin, cough syrup, and cocaine during a binge
  • Set—Place to buy drugs
  • Sewer—Vein
  • Sharp—Syringe
  • Shebang—To mix cocaine with water and squirt it up the nose
  • Shoot Up—To inject drugs
  • Shooting Gallery—Place to use drugs
  • Shoppers—People who buy drugs for others, keeping a portion as payment
  • Shot Down—Under the influence
  • Shot to the Curb—Lost everything to a drug habit
  • Shotgun—To inhale the marijuana smoke that someone else is exhaling
  • Sketch—Coming down after using cocaine
  • Skin Popping—To inject drugs without using a vein
  • Skittling—Abuse of cold tablets
  • Slab—Piece of crack the size of a piece of chewing gum
  • Slam—To inject drugs
  • Sling—To sell drugs
  • Smoked Out—High on marijuana
  • Sniff-To inhale cocaine
  • Sniffer Bag–$5 worth of heroin for inhalation
  • Snort—To inhale cocaine
  • Snot—Amphetamine residue left after smoking
  • Spark it Up—To smoke marijuana
  • Sped Freak—Methamphetamine addict
  • Split—Drugs that have been adulterated
  • Spoon—1/16 ounce of heroin
  • Sport—To inhale cocaine
  • Sprung—New drug user
  • Stacking—Using steroids without a prescription OR taking three or more MDMA tablets at the same time
  • Steerer—Someone who directs customers to where they can buy drugs
  • Step On—To dilute drugs
  • Stoned—Under the influence
  • Strawberry—Someone who trades sex for drugs
  • Strung Out—Heavily addicted
  • Swallower—Drug courier


  • Taste—Small sample of drugs
  • Taxing—Charging more for drugs based on the race of the buyer
  • Teardrops—Drugs sold in the cut-off corners of plastic bags
  • Tea Party—To smoke marijuana
  • Ten Pack— doses of LSD
  • Thirst Monster—Addict
  • Thoroughbred—Dealer who sells pure drugs
  • Tie—To inject drugs
  • Toke—To inhale or smoke drugs
  • Tools—Equipment for using drugs
  • Tooter—Object used to inhale drugs
  • Torch Cooking—Using a butane or propane torch to smoke drugs
  • Torch Up—To smoke marijuana
  • Toss Up—Someone who trades sex for drugs
  • Totally Spent—MDMA hangover
  • Toucher—Someone who craves physical contact during and after using drugs
  • Tout-Someone who makes the introduction between drug buyers and sellers
  • Tracks—Needle marks
  • Trambo—Pending drug purchase or delivery
  • Trap—Drug hiding places
  • Trapped Vehicle—Car with secret compartments
  • Turned On—Newly-introduced to drugs
  • Tweaker—Addict


  • Uncle—Federal narcotics agents
  • Up Against the Stem—Addicted to marijuana
  • Uzi—Crack pipe



  • Wake and Bake—To use drugs immediately after waking up
  • Wasted—Under the influence
  • Weightless—Under the influence
  • Wigging—Strange behavior resulting from drug use
  • Working—Selling drugs
  • Works—Equipment to use drugs


  • Yen Sleep—Drowsiness after LSD use


  • Z—One ounce of heroin
  • Zip—One ounce
  • Zoomer—Person who flees after selling fake drugs
  • Zulu (Fake Crack)
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American adventure novelist and underwater explorer

Clive Eric Cussler (July 15, – February 24, ) was an American adventure novelist and underwater explorer.[1] His thriller novels, many featuring the character Dirk Pitt, have reached The New York Times fiction best-seller list more than 20 times. Cussler was the founder and chairman[2] of the National Underwater and Marine Agency (NUMA), which has discovered more than 60 shipwreck sites and numerous other notable underwater wrecks. He was the sole author or lead author of more than 80 books.

His novels have inspired various other works of fiction in the form of films, TV, other novels and even video games.

Early life[edit]

Clive Cussler was born in Aurora, Illinois, the son of Amy Adeline (née Hunnewell) and Eric Edward Cussler,[3] and grew up in Alhambra, California. His mother's ancestors were from England and his father was from Germany.[4]

In his memoir The Sea Hunters: True Adventures with Famous Shipwrecks, Cussler revealed that his father served in the Imperial German Army during World War I and that one of his uncles was a German flying ace during the same war and who shot down 14 Allied aeroplanes.[5]

He was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout when he was [6] He attended Pasadena City College[2] for two years and then enlisted in the United States Air Force during the Korean War.[7] During his service in the Air Force, he was promoted to sergeant and worked as an aircraft mechanic and flight engineer for the Military Air Transport Service (MATS).[8]


After his discharge from the military, Cussler went to work in the advertising industry, first as a copywriter and later as a creative director for two of the nation's most successful advertising agencies.[2] As part of his duties, Cussler produced radio and television commercials, many of which won international awards including an award at the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival.[9]

Following the publication in of Cussler's first nonfiction work, The Sea Hunters, he was awarded a Doctor of Letters degree in by the Board of Governors of the State University of New York Maritime College who accepted the work in lieu of a Ph.D. thesis. This was the first time in the college's year history that such a degree had been awarded.[2]

In Cussler was awarded the Naval Heritage Award from the U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation for his efforts in the area of marine exploration.[10]

Cussler was a fellow of the Explorers Club of New York, the Royal Geographical Society in London, and the American Society of Oceanographers.[11]

Literary career[edit]

Clive Cussler began writing in when his wife took a job working nights for the local police department where they lived in California. After making dinner for the children and putting them to bed, he had no one to talk to and nothing to do, so he decided to start writing.[12] His most famous creation is marine engineer, government agent and adventurer Dirk Pitt. The Dirk Pitt novels frequently take on an alternative history perspective, such as "what if Atlantis were real?" or "what if Abraham Lincoln wasn't assassinated, but was kidnapped?"[citation needed]

The first two Pitt novels, The Mediterranean Caper and Iceberg, were relatively conventional maritime thrillers. The third, Raise the Titanic!, made Cussler's reputation and established the pattern that subsequent Pitt novels would follow: a blend of high adventure and high technology, generally involving megalomaniacal villains, lost ships, beautiful women, and sunken treasure.

Cussler's novels almost always begin with a chapter taking place in the past. These contain none of the novel's main characters and often seem disconnected from the plot until the main characters discover a mystery or secret connecting the events in the first chapter to the rest of the story. This almost always comes in the form of a long-lost artifact that holds the key to the villain's or hero's objectives. Often in the first chapter, a ship or plane carrying a top-secret, important, or dangerous cargo is lost and never found, until it is recovered by a modern character later in the book.

Cussler's novels, like those of Michael Crichton, are examples of techno-thrillers that do not use military plots and settings. Where Crichton strove for scrupulous realism, however, Cussler prefers fantastic spectacles and outlandish plot devices. The Pitt novels, in particular, have the anything-goes quality of the James Bond or Indiana Jones movies, while also sometimes borrowing from Alistair MacLean's novels. Pitt himself is a larger-than-life hero reminiscent of Doc Savage and other characters from pulp magazines.

Cussler had seventeen consecutive titles reach The New York Times fiction best seller list.[7] In , McFarland Publishing released The Clive Cussler Adventures: A Critical Review by Steven Philip Jones, the first critical review textbook of Cussler's novels.[13]


As an underwater explorer, Cussler discovered more than 60 shipwreck sites[14] and wrote non-fiction books about his findings. He was also the founder of the National Underwater and Marine Agency (NUMA), a non-profit organization with the same name as the fictional government agency that employs Dirk Pitt.

Important finds by NUMA include:

A visual and interactive depiction of Cussler's NUMA Foundation Expeditions has been made available as an extension of NUMA's original website that has since been deleted.

Finds formerly believed to be important include:

  • Mary Celeste, the famed ghost ship that was found abandoned with cargo intact (the identification of this wreck as the Mary Celeste has since been placed into a state of question after one researcher disputed the claim's authenticity).[15]

Media appearances[edit]

In what started as a joke in the novel Dragon that Cussler expected his editor to remove, he would often write himself into his books. At first he wrote himself simple cameos, but later as something of a deus ex machina, providing the novel's protagonists with an essential bit of assistance or information. Often, the character is given an alias and not revealed as Cussler until his exit with the characters remarking on his odd name. The cameos include the Dirk Pitt Adventures, as well as the Fargo Adventures books Lost Empire, Spartan Gold, Kingdom, and The Tombs. The Tombs also includes his wife, Janet.

There are at least two other types of recurring in-jokes that are less obvious to a casual reader. One is the frequent reuse of the name Leigh Hunt for different characters in different novels. Seventeen books have had a character with this name, frequently in the opening prologues, frequently a sailor, usually dying; a notable exception is the first (in chronological order) Dirk Pitt adventure, Pacific Vortex!, in which Admiral Leigh Hunter is a major character, commander of the st Recovery Fleet in Hawaii. In the introduction to Arctic Drift, Cussler says there was a real Leigh Hunt who died in and the novel is dedicated to him. Another is that significant events in several novels occur on July 15 (Cussler's birthday). He also used the name "Periwinkle" in his works. In The Adventures of Vin Fiz (and in other works as well) there appears a donkey named Periwinkle. In Valhalla Rising, the Periwinkle is the name of a catamaran in which Pitt, Giordino, and Misty Graham are rescued by none other than Cussler himself. Cussler's friend Craig Dirgo is mentioned in several books.[citation needed]


  • The first film of a Clive Cussler novel was Raise the Titanic! (), starring Richard Jordan as Dirk Pitt, Jason Robards as Admiral James Sandecker, David Selby as Gene Seagram, and Anne Archer as Dana Seagram.
  • Paramount Pictures released Sahara on April 8, , starring Matthew McConaughey as Dirk Pitt, Steve Zahn as Al Giordino, William H. Macy as Admiral Sandecker, and Penélope Cruz as Eva Rojas. It grossed $ million with $ million in production and distribution expenses.[16]

Personal life[edit]

Clive Cussler married Barbara Knight in , and they remained married for nearly 50 years until her death in [17] Together they had three children—Teri, Dirk, and Dayna—four grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren.[18] Cussler's daughter Teri is the creator and manager of the Cussler Museum[19] in Arvada, Colorado, where Cussler's collection of classic automobiles is on display. Cussler married Janet Horvath, who survived him. Clive Cussler was a part-time resident of both Arizona and Colorado.[20]

Cussler died at his home in Paradise Valley, Arizona, on February 24, , at age [18]


Dirk Pitt Adventures[edit]

&#;#&#; Title Publication Date
1 Pacific Vortex!1
2 The Mediterranean Caper2
3 Iceberg
4 Raise the Titanic!
5 Vixen 03
6 Night Probe!
7 Deep Six
8 Cyclops
9 Treasure
10 Dragon
11 Sahara
12 Inca Gold
13 Shock Wave
14 Flood Tide
15 Atlantis Found
16 Valhalla Rising3
17 Trojan Odyssey3
18 Black Wind3, 4
19 Treasure of Khan3, 4
20 Arctic Drift3, 4
21 Crescent Dawn3, 4
22 Poseidon's Arrow3, 4
23 Havana Storm3, 4
24 Odessa Sea3, 4
25 Celtic Empire3, 4
26 The Devil's Sea3, 5

1) Although published in , Pacific Vortex! was written and takes place before The Mediterranean Caper.
2) Also published as Mayday!
3) Novels featuring Dirk Pitt and his children Dirk Pitt, Jr. and Summer Pitt.
4) Novels co-authored with Clive Cussler's son, Dirk.
5) Novels authored by Dirk Cussler

The NUMA Files[edit]

This series of books focuses on Kurt Austin, Team Leader of NUMA's Special Assignments division and his adventures. Some characters from the Pitt novels appear such as Sandecker, Al Giordino, Rudi Gunn, Hiram Yaeger and St. Julien Perlmutter. Pitt makes brief appearances in the books Serpent, White Death, Polar Shift, Devil's Gate, The Storm, Zero Hour, and Ghost Ship and is mentioned in Lost City. Juan Cabrillo, the captain of the ship Oregon, also made a brief appearance in The Pharaoh's Secret.

&#;#&#; Title Publication Date
1 Serpent * , Jun 1
2 Blue Gold * , Aug 1
3 Fire Ice * , Jun 3
4 White Death * , Jun 23
5 Lost City * , Jul 22
6 Polar Shift * , Aug 30
7 The Navigator * &#; , Jun 5
8 Medusa * , Jul 2
9 Devil's Gate, Nov 14
10 The Storm, May. 29
11 Zero Hour, May. 28
12 Ghost Ship, May. 27
13 The Pharaoh's Secret, Nov 17
14 Nighthawk, Jun 19
15 The Rising Sea, Mar 13
16 Sea of Greed, Nov 6
17 Journey of the Pharaohs, Mar 10
18 Fast Ice, Mar 9

The Oregon Files[edit]

This series of books features a ship named the Oregon, which Cussler introduced in the Dirk Pitt Adventures novel Flood Tide (). While appearing to be a decrepit freighter, it is actually a high-tech advanced ship used by an unnamed and mysterious "Corporation" under the leadership of Juan Cabrillo. The ship is run like a business, with its crew being shareholders, taking jobs for the CIA and other agencies to help stop crime and terrorism. The crew is adept at disguises, combat, computer hacking and more to aid them in their missions. Kurt Austin, Joe Zavala, and Dirk Pitt all make cameo appearances in the fourth volume, Skeleton Coast (Cabrillo speaks to Pitt on the telephone; and Austin and Zavala appear at the end).

Isaac Bell Adventures[edit]

These books are set mostly in the U.S. in the early part of the 20th century. They center around Isaac Bell, a brilliant investigator for the Van Dorn Detective Agency, which appears to be modeled after the real-life Pinkerton Agency. Like Pitt, Bell has an affinity for automobiles and is a crack shot. The first book reveals that Bell survives into with a wife and grown children. Though the setting is a century ago, the books still qualify as techno-thrillers, since they feature the advanced technology of that time such as private express trains, telegraphs, telephones, dreadnought battleships and early airplanes. Isaac Bell also is a principal character of the background story in the Fargo Adventures novel The Gray Ghost.

Fargo Adventures[edit]

The series focuses on Sam and Remi Fargo, a married couple who are professional treasure hunters.


Children's books[edit]

Title Publication Date
The Adventures of Vin Fiz
The Adventures of Hotsy Totsy

(*) indicates books co-authored with Paul Kemprecos.
(†) indicates books co-authored with Graham Brown.
(‡) indicates books co-authored with Craig Dirgo.
(§) indicates books co-authored with Jack Du Brul.
(‖) indicates books co-authored with Justin Scott.
(^) indicates books co-authored with Grant Blackwood.
(+) indicates books co-authored with Thomas Perry.
(×) indicates books co-authored with Russell Blake.
(≠) indicates books co-authored with Boyd Morrison.
(**) indicates books co-authored with Robin Burcell.
(***) indicates books authored by Robin Burcell.


  1. ^Tall, Kevin (February 26, ). "Clive Cussler Dead, Bestselling Author Of 'Sahara' Dies At Age 88". Inquisitr. Retrieved April 11,
  2. ^ abcd"NUMA.Net Clive Cussler Biography". NUMA. Retrieved October 6,
  3. ^Who's Who in Finance and Industry (19th&#;ed.). p.&#; ISBN&#;. Retrieved April 11,
  4. ^Cussler, Clive; Dirgo, Craig (October 1, ). Clive Cussler and Dirk Pitt Revealed. Simon and Schuster. ISBN&#; &#; via Google Books.
  5. ^Clive Cussler (),The Sea Hunters: True Adventures with Famous Shipwrecks, pages
  6. ^Cussler, Clive; Dirgo, Craig (October ). Clive Cussler and Dirk Pitt Revealed. New York: Pocket Books. ISBN&#;.
  7. ^ abCain, Sian (February 26, ). "Clive Cussler, bestselling adventure novelist, dies aged 88". The Guardian. Retrieved April 11,
  8. ^"Bestselling author Clive Cussler no more". The Times of India. February 27, Retrieved January 2,
  9. ^Arnold, Helen Ruth (December 1, ). "The historic novels, true adventures of Clive Cussler". McCook Gazette. Retrieved April 11,
  10. ^"Naval Heritage Award Recipients". The US Navy Memorial. Retrieved April 11,
  11. ^"Simon Says.com Clive Cussler Biography". Archived from the original(Web Article) on June 29, Retrieved February 22,
  12. ^"Bookreporter.com Clive Cussler Biography"(Web Article). Retrieved February 22,
  13. ^Ayers, Jeff (June 30, ). "The Clive Cussler Adventures: A Critical Review by Steven Philip Jones". The Big Thrill. Retrieved April 11,
  14. ^Cussler, Clive (October 26, ). Valhalla Rising. Berkley Trade. Inside dust jacket flap. ISBN&#;. X.
  15. ^Jonathan Thompson (January 23, ). "Dating of wreck's timbers puts wind in sails of the 'Mary Celeste' mystery". The Independent. Archived from the original on January 14, Retrieved July 22,
  16. ^Glenn F. Bunting, $78 million of red ink?, Los Angeles Times, April 15,
  17. ^"Clive Cussler Biography". TV.Com. Retrieved February 22,
  18. ^ ab"Clive Cussler, million-selling adventure writer, dies at 88". The Hindu. February 28, Retrieved April 11,
  19. ^Cussler, Clive (). Built to Thrill. Putnam. p.&#;
  20. ^"About the Author". Clive Cussler Books. Retrieved September 30,

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    Carefull what you wish for
    EN: Throw a coin in the fountain at the entrance.

    NL: Gooi de munt in de fontein bij de ingang.
    EN: Go to the 2nd floor and go inside the room next to the director's office. There you'll find a big red vase. Shoot it.

    NL: Ga naar de 2nd verdieping en ga naar de kamer naast de director's office. Daar zie je een rode vaas. Schiet de vaas.

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    EN: Go to the church roof with a sniper rifle and shoot a metal box on the observatory. This will activate the telescope. When Silvio is looking through the lens shoot it with the sniper and that will get you the challenge.

    NL: Ga naar het dak van de kerk met een sniper rifle en schiet de metalen doos bij observatorium. Dit activeert de telescoop. Als Silvio door de telescoop kijkt schiet dan de lens van de telescoop.
    EN: Follow the mission story Catharis. When you are alone with Silvo wait until he lies down. Shoot him in the head and that wil get you the challenge. (I reccomend having the consealable pistol because when you enter the home you will get frisked).

    NL: Volg de mission story Catharis. Wanneer je alleen bent met Silvio wacht tot hij op de bank gaat liggen. Schiet hem door zijn hoofd en dan heb je de challenge gehaald. (Ik raad aan om de consealable pistol te hebben want je wordt onderzocht als je het huis in gaat).
    EN: Go to the morgue located near the church. Lie down inside the open coffin. This should get the challenge. (Make sure you dont get spotted going inside the coffin).

    NL: Ga naar de morgue dichtbij de kerk. Ga in de kist liggen. (Zorg ervoor dat je niet gezien word wanneer je in de kist gaat).
    EN: Go to the church roof with a sniper rifle. Locate the boat with four bells. First shoot the bell on the left most mast. The second one is the one on the front of the boat. The third is the one ontop of the most right mast. The forth one is located near the red thingy. (You'll know what it is when you see it). If you did it right a kraken should drag the boat into the ocean. This will also give you the achievement.

    NL: Ga naar het dak van de kerk met een sniper riflle. Ga opzoek naar een boot met vier bellen. Schiet eerst de bel op de linker mast. De tweede zit voor de boot. De derde is op de rechter mast. En de vierde zit bij dat rode ding. (Je weet wat ik bedoel als je het ziet). Dit geeft je ook de achievement.
    EN: Go to the church roof with a sniper rifle. Shoot the metal box near the observatory. This will get you the challenge.

    NL: Ga naar het dak van de kerk met een sniper. Schiet de metalen doos bij het observatorium. Zo krijg je de challenge.
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    EN: Shoot the cafe sign when either target is under it. (This challenge is bugged for Hitman 2 at the moment).

    NL: Schiet het cafe bpprd wanneer een target er onderstaat. (Deze challenge is bugged voor Hitman 2).
    EN: Bring Mendola to the meeting place put lethal poison inside the hookah and then wait for Kong to arrive. Wait until they both smoke from the hookah and die. This should give you the challenge.

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    EN: Kill all of the targets then get the car keys from the office room on the ground floor of the consulate building. (Its on the right side of the reception as you go in). Go to the garage there will be a car you can use to exit the mission.

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    EN: Locate the basketball hoop behind the school and throw a pool bal into the hoop.

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    EN: Locate the man sitting with a plate near the courtyard club. Throw 8 coins at his plate. (The coins should dissapear if they dont grab them en throw them until they dissapear). This wil get you the challenge and the achievement.

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    These are all the redacted challenges in Bangkok.
    EN: Follow the Bugman story mission. Get the exterminator disquise get the pesticite (or any sedative poison) and then talk to the manager, this will clear out the studio floor. Wait until Jordan is in the lobby and then poison everyone with the ventilation. Walk to Jordan when he is sleeping and snap his neck.

    NL: Volg de Bugman story mission. Pak een exterminator disguise en de pesticte (of een ander sedative posion) praat dan met de manager, dit zorgt ervoor dat iedereen van de studio naar de lobby gaat. Wacht totdat Jordan in de lobby is en gebruik de poison op de ventilatie. Loop naar Jordan wanneer hij aan het slapen is en draai zijn nek om.
    EN: Follow the Bugman story mission get the exterminator diguise, then talk to the manager this will clear out the studio floor. Wait until Jordan and Morgan meet. They will start arguing. While they are arguing get an hotel staff disguise and go to the Queen Suite. There you will find the stalker, take him out and grab his disguise. Go down stairs in the Queen Suite and wait for Morgan to lead Cross there, then eliminate them.

    NL: Volg de Bugman story mission pak een exterminator disguise en praat met de manager. Dit zorgt ervoor dat iedereen uit de studio naar de lobby gaat. Wacht totdat Jordan en Morgan elkaar ontmoeten en ga dan naar de Queen Suite. Daar vind je de stalker, pak zijn disguise. Ga naar beneden en wacht totdat Morgan Jordan naar de Queen Suite brengt. Schakel ze dan uit.
    EN: Follow the steps of the Bugman story mission. Get the exterminator diguise then talk to the manager. This wil clear out the studio floor. Wait until Jordan and Morgan meet and start arguing. Morgan will lead Jordan to his suite. They will start arguing again. After a little while Jordan will push Morgan out of the window.

    NL: Volg de Bugman story mission. Pak een exterminator disguise en praat met de manager. Iedereen uit de studio gaat naar de lobby. Wacht totdat Morgan en Jordan met elkaar gaan praten. Morgan brengt Jordan naar de Queen Suite. Wacht totdat Jordan Morgan uit het raam gooit.

    EN: Play the guitar inside the Emperor Suit. (Above the studio where Jordan Cross usually is).

    NL: Gebruik de gitaar in de Emperor Suit. (Boven de studio waar Jordan meestal is).
    EN: Go to 47's hotel room. Use the phone near the television. This wil give you the challenge.

    NL: Ga naar 47's hotel kamer. Gebruik de telefoon naast de televisie. Zo krijg je de challenge.
    Put the lime in the coconut
    EN: Shoot down the coconut bunches in the atrium and pick up 6+ coconuts.

    NL: Schiet de kokosnoten in de atrium en pak er 6+ op.
    Looking into the distance
    EN: Go into room and kill the naked man. (I recommend using the radio to wake him up kill him and then waiting until Jackie finds the body). Wait until a guard has bodybagged him. Look out of the window and shoot the golfer on the pier.

    NL: Ga naar kamer en vermoord de naakte man. (Ik raad aan om hem wakker te maken met de radio en hem dan te vermoorden). Wacht totdat een guard hem bodybagged. Kijk uit het raam en schiet de golfer.
    EN: Go to the Queen Suite. Shoot all the gold elephant statue's. You will get the challenge when you walk out of the hotel.

    NL: Ga naar de Queen Suite. Schiet alle gouden olifant standbeeldjes. Je krijgt de challenge wanneer je het hotel verlaat.
    EN: Follow the Bugman story mission. Get the exterminator diguise and then talk to the manager. When the everyone from the studio gets down go to the studio. There you'll find a keyboard when you play it you'll hear a strange sound. This will give you the challenge.

    NL: Volg de Bugman story mission. Pak een exterminator disguise en praat dan met de manager. Wacht totdat iedereen van de studio in de lobby is. Ga dan naar de studio, daar staat een keyboard. Wanneer je hem gebruikt hoor je een raar geluid. Zo krijg je de challenge.
    EN: Collect 13 coins (Including starting ones) around the and inside the hotel. Go to the Queen Suite and locate the fountain with 2 rocks in it. You can get this challenge in two ways. The first is to throw bounce a coin against the wall and hit both of the rocks or bounce 13 coins into the fountain. (I recommend saving alot during this challenge it can be tricky to land the coins in the water). This wil get you the challenge and the golden coins.

    NL: Zoek 13 coins (Ook de coins waarmee je begint) in en rondom het hotel. Ga naar de Queen Suite en zoek een fontein met 2 stenen. Je kunt deze challenge op 2 manieren doen. De eerste manier is om een coin tegen de muur aan te gooien en ze proberen op de stenen te laten vallen of 13 coins via de muur in het water te gooien. (Ik raad aan om veel op te slaan omdat het makkelijk fout kan gaan). Zo krijg de challenge en de golden coins.
    These are all the redacted challenges in Colorado.
    EN: Use the tornado shelter exit.

    NL: Gebruik de tornado shelter exit.
    EN: When inside of the tornado shelter look for the foto of Erich Soders. This will give you the challenge.

    NL: Wanneer je in de tornado shelter bent ga opzoek naar de foto van Erich Soders. Zo krijg je de challenge.
    EN: When you have eliminated all the targets use Sean Rose's head instead of the 3D printed mask.

    NL: Wanneer je alle target hebt uitgeschakeld gebruik Sean Rose zijn hoofd inplaats van het masker.
    EN: Pick up 10 apricots. Get the hallucinogenic drugs from Ezra's shed. Go to the farmhouse and go upstairs. Locate Mr Raptor and feed him the 10 apricots. When you have fed the 10 apricots he will disappear. Go to the quad bike mission exit and there you can exit the mission. (My personal favorite exit).

    NL: Pak 10 apricots op. Pak de hallucinogenic drugs uit de shed van Ezra. Ga naar de farmhouse en ga naar boven. Zoek Mr Raptor en voer hem de 10 apricoys. Als je hem hebt gevoerd verdwijnt hij. Ga naar de quad bike mission exit en exit de mission.
    EN: Get the scarecrow disguise and blend in. This wil get you the challenge.

    NL: Krijg de scarecrow disguise en blend in. Zo haal je de challenge.
    EN: For the Wicker Man challenge you are going to need the Scarecrow disquise and go to the water tower. From there you are going to need to use a Sniper Rifle to shoot the bells.

    Bell number 1 is located to your left (when you climb up the ladder) on a power mast.
    Bell number 2 is located from the ladder straight towards the barn by some hay bales.
    Bell number 3 is located to your right (When you climb up the ladder) on a power mast
    Bell number 4 is located to the far left (when you climb up the ladder) on a power mast

    Note: This challenge is really hard to explain. Ill try to make a video guide for this specific challenge.

    NL: Voor de Wicker Man challenge heb je de Scarecrow disguise nodig en moet je vanaf de water toren 4 bellen raken met een Sniper Rifle.

    Bell nummer 1 is links aan een elektrischiteitspaal.
    Bell nummer 2 is vanaf de ladder recht vooruit bij de schuur.
    Bell nummer 3 is ver links aan een elektrischiteitspaal.

    EN: For this challenge you are going to need to throw an apricot at the training terrorist soldier who is standing near a crate. (On the bottom of the crate is the apricot). After throwing the apricot quickly walk to the radio on your left.

    NL: Voor deze challenge moet je een apricot gooien naar een training terrorist soldier die bij een krat staat. (Aan de onderkant van het krat zit een apricot). Na dat je de apricot hebt gegooid loop snel naar de radio links van je.
    These are all the redacted challenges in Hokkaido.
    EN: With the starting disguise shoot Erich Soders in the head while he is on the operating table.

    NL: Met de standaard disguise schiet Erich Soders in zijn hoofd wanneer hij geoppereerd word.
    EN: Have atleast 47 people infected then kill them and end the mission

    NL: Infecteer te minste 47 mensen en vermoord ze.
    EN: Destroy the heart then kill Erich Soders.

    NL: Sloop het hart en vermoord Erich Soders.
    EN: Kill Erich Soders and then destroy the heart.

    NL: Vermoord Erich Soders en sloop daarna het hart.
    As of I will not update this guide until Hitman 3 is released in january. If people would like to volunteer to help me with the next guide please hit me up on steam!
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