Colloquialisms for being high

HomieDaGrower

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Down here in the south, we have a lot of colloquialisms for just about any situation. Like to describe a crooked road. "That road is so crooked, it would give a black snake a backache."

I am just wondering what sayings ya'll use to describe your buzz. Here are a few that I use.
"Higher than a hippy in a highrise."
"Stoned as a bat after a rockball game."
"Ya'll better scuse my phuckedupedness"
Just wondering what ya'll folks might say while your buzzed.

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Up near me in the North East we keep it short....Baked, faded, geeked.
 

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i'm so high i might kick you in the head...
 

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I'm so high I can see your bald spot.



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i'm so high all i smell like is smoke...three 6 mafia...

tore up from the floor up.;)
 

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Stoned to the bone......... High as a kite......... Wasted
 
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Higher than a Blue Grouse, Term used by loggers, in the PNW.
 

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After I have smoked in the evening and its obvious my high has kicked in, my wife will start quoting Towelie from South Park. After my 2nd or 3rd trip to the kitchen to satisfy my munchies, she will say in Towelie's high pitched voice,

"I have no idea what's going on right now"

or

"Don't forget to bring a towel"
 

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^^^hahahaha, sounds like my wife!

Lit, Level, or just High as %@ck is usually what I say.
 
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mainechowder said:
After I have smoked in the evening and its obvious my high has kicked in, my wife will start quoting Towelie from South Park. After my 2nd or 3rd trip to the kitchen to satisfy my munchies, she will say in Towelie's high pitched voice,

"I have no idea what's going on right now"

or

"Don't forget to bring a towel"
I.ve never watched a south park, isn't that a cartoon??
 

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Whatever happened to "Loaded like a freight train!"?
 

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NorCalHal said:
Whatever happened to "Loaded like a freight train!"?
They put that in a country music song didn't they?:stoned:


Oh yeah how bout........ ripped....... or just plain old TRASHED.:48:
 

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I'm higher than a miget bull rider,
I'm higher than a Texas cops ego
daaaaaaaaaaaaam
 
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Grower13 said:
They put that in a country music song didn't they?:stoned:


Oh yeah how bout........ ripped....... or just plain old TRASHED.:48:

IDK about country, but GnR used it in their "Night Train" song!
 

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Roddy said:
IDK about country, but GnR used it in their "Night Train" song!

I found it....... Fitting it's a song called GONE....... by Montgomery Gentry.......... made me laugh.......

hxxp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hM6Z-eOWXZQ
 

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Hummmm,,I just call it F--ked up.:D
 

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