Discussion in 'Strains and Definitions' started by JustAboutDone, Jun 10, 2007.
I heard that word used a few times, and I'm guessing it's an 1/8th.
can you use it in a sentence?
well with my friends with use the word "Cut" for only 2 reasons that i can think of right now
1) when we're rolling and we ask someone "do you wanna cut" meaning are you pitching in some weed.
2) when we need a filter for the joint we call that "cut". so we'd say something like "get me cut" or "do you have cut."
hope this helps
"Hey, can you get me any weed?"
"How much do you want, a cut?"
Around here, I heard a couple of people say "a cut", but I didn't think it was a widely accepted word. I think it's equal to an eighth, but why not just say "eighth"?
According to urbandictionary.com:
That may or may not be accurate, but it was the only definition of "cut" I saw pertaining to drug use that didn't have anything to do with putting another substance (e.g., oregano) in the sack in order to rip you off.
Around here it's a place to smoke that is chill.
I've heard songs where rappers use the slang version of "cut" to represent fornication with a member of the opposite sex.
a cut is used as 60ftbong said about a chill place/ non sketchy safe from cops for the most part.
so i was postin in the cut the other day puffin a bleezy
where i live "cut" is used when someone is "cut" from the smoking circle.
"you didn't get me high last time, your cut"
the other way, i don't know really how to descibe it
" that phone is cut"
and then we wont use the phone because its shitty in some way.(using phone as an example)
That may or may not be accurate, but it was the only definition of "cut" I saw pertaining to drug use that didn't have anything to do with putting another substance (e.g., oregano) in the sack in order to rip you off.[/QUOTE]
here in greece it is "kommeno" which means "cut" and the above is what it means
That's definitely it them, cause I'm from western Pa.
A cutty around here is used to describe a chill location to smoke. Cut is used too.
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