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Not all dealers enjoy using code words for the herb. But for some, speaking in code is essential to avoid getting caught. Common secret terms for marijuana include pot, ganja, and jazz cabbage. While these code names for cannabis worked in the past, too many people know what they mean these days. For this reason, it’s best to switch it up and find new terms to use from time to time. In case you need some bright ideas, here are ten secret nicknames for weed to use with your dealer.

1. Art supplies

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Getting high enhances creativity, and so does art. Therefore, using art supplies as a cover up for weed makes sense.

2. Airplane

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There’s no better place to be than in the clouds. With that said, refer to the herb as an airplane, and soar to new heights.

3. Broccoli

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Broccoli and weed are just alike. They’re both green, and there are different ways to consume them. So, there’s not much anyone can accuse you of if you ask your dealer for a sack of broccoli.

4. Catnip

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Maybe you have a cat. Or, perhaps you don’t. Either way, your dealer should realize that you’re the cat and the catnip is weed.

5. Flower

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No one will try to bust you for requesting a dozen of your dealer’s “special flowers.”

6. Goody-goody

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Goody-goody, also known as that good weed.

7. Happy stick

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By happy stick, you mean weed. But it could also mean many other things, depending on how naughty of a mind you have.

8. Jesus

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Instead of blurting out that you want to smoke pot, say you want to have a come to Jesus meeting. Or, say you need to get right with the Lord. Either one works.

9. Nuggets

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If you ask your dealer for nuggets, the first thing that pops into their mind likely won’t be McNuggets.. But more than likely your dealer will know that you mean chunks of green, not chicken.

10. Stuff

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You have your green stuff, and you have your purple stuff. Whether you want that loud or a couple of edibles, just say stuff. It works for everything.

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