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Social Group: A group of drug using friends with rich parents from Las Vegas.
Description: This group of friends was really diverse, they hung out with people of all ages. They would do drugs all day and rob people. There was a park in the center of their neighborhood, everyone lived around it within a 3 by 3 block of eachother. One of them would encourage everybody to rob anything and pawn whatever they found in hopes of some money. The money was to go buy meth. Just three girls were in the group but other girls would come and go by which of the guys they were hooking up with at the time. One of the ways the girls would steal stuff was one of the girls would go over to some guy's house and have sex with him and while she was having sex with the guy the other girl would walk around the house and steal stuff to pawn. There were about 15-20 guys. Everyone grew up together. D, 23, and was the first one to start selling drugs. He has a baby but the baby isn't really his. Jon, 19, started smoking weed with D then everyone else started to smoke in about 6th grade. Nick 20 grew up with all of them then left and came back and starting stealing because his parents kicked him out so he lived with Rick, 46, everyone hung out at Rick's house and stashed stolen stuff there. The only thing anyone cared about was stealing stuff to get money to buy drugs to get high. Only two people out of the group did not drop out of high school and those two are the only ones in college. But they lived in a nice neighborhood with rich parents who were lawyers and judges. Some of the people in this group have been to jail and some have been to rehab. The police knew these kids by name because they were always in the center of trouble. But none-the-less this is a tight group of friends and they would do anything for eachother.
Student Name: Haar

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1 "A Minute" (noun) Source: A term refering to a certain length of time. Meaning: A unit of time equal to one sixtieth of an hour, or 60 seconds. Context: An ironic sense of time where a minute seems like an hour; an absence period of time of something or someone. . Collected: 01/19/2006 by Student:Haar.

2 Boonkie (noun) Source: None. Meaning: An expression of love toward a spouse or friend. Context: A nickname for a good friend or spouse. Collected: 01/28/2006 by Student:Haar.

3 Boook(er) (Noun) Source: None. Meaning: A non degragtory term used to refer to meth heads (they refer to themselves as this. Context: A term that people who are addicted to methampetamines refer to eachother as. Collected: 01/19/2006 by Student:Haar.

4 Breezies (Noun) Source: Exposed to breezes; windy. . Meaning: A scandelous slut who doesn't present herself as intelligent. Context: A term that one uses to describe a girl that they think is a slut. Collected: 01/19/2006 by Student:Haar.

5 Bud (Noun) Source: A small protuberance on a stem or branch, sometimes enclosed in protective scales and containing an undeveloped shoot, leaf, or flower. . Meaning: Marijuana. Context: A term used to refer to marijuana. Collected: 01/28/2006 by Student:Haar.

6 Dope (Noun) Source: A narcotic, especially an addictive narcotic. . Meaning: Methampetamines. Context: A term used when refering to methampetamines. Collected: 01/19/2006 by Student:Haar.

7 Hustle (Verb) Source: To jostle or shove roughly. Meaning: To take advantage of a person without that person knowing. Context: The process of getting more than one deserves from another. Collected: 01/19/2006 by Student:Haar.

8 Klucker (Noun) Source: To refer to a chicken. Meaning: A derogatory term used to insult a person who is addicted to methampetamines. Context: A term used to refer to a person addicted to methampetamines. Collected: 01/19/2006 by Student:Haar.

9 On-one (Verb) Source: On: Used to indicate position above and supported by or in contact with. One: Being a single entity, unit, object, or living being. Meaning: That you are drugged/drunk out of your control. Context: When one is refering to how drunk or how high they are. Collected: 01/25/2006 by Student:Haar.

10 Puff-tuff (Verb) Source: Puff: A short forceful exhalation of breath. Tuff: hard volcanic rock composed of compacted volcanic ash. Meaning: To smoke marijuana non stop all day long. Context: Refering to being able to smoke a lot of marijuana. Collected: 01/19/2006 by Student:Haar.

11 Real Tip (noun) Source: Real: Being or occurring in fact or actuality; having verifiable existence. Tip: To push or knock over; overturn or topple. Meaning: To give someone true information. Context: A request for someone to tell the truth. Collected: 01/01/2006 by Student:Haar.

12 Smee (Verb) Source: The pintail duck. Meaning: Kissing someone else. Context: Telling someone to kiss you. Collected: 01/01/2006 by Student:Haar.

13 Spun (adjective/verb) Source: To cause to rotate swiftly; twirl. Meaning: When a person/group of people are going to go get high on methampetamines. Context: A form of expressing how high one is. Collected: 01/19/2006 by Student:Haar.

14 Suck-dick (Verb) Source: Suck: To draw (liquid) into the mouth by movements of the tongue and lips that create suction. Dick: A penis. . Meaning: The act of smoking methampetamines. Context: Refering to the act of smoking methampetamines out of a glass pipe. Collected: 01/19/2006 by Student:Haar.

15 Sweated (verb) Source: To excrete perspiration through the pores in the skin; perspire. Meaning: It means verbally embarassing someone publically. Context: When they are refering to the public embarassment of another. Collected: 01/27/2006 by Student:Haar.

16 Swoop (Verb) Source: To move in a sudden sweep. Meaning: To come pick another person up from where they are. Context: A request of having someone pick you up from where you are so you can leave. Collected: 01/19/2006 by Student:Haar.

17 Tax (Verb) Source: A contribution for the support of a government required of persons, groups, or businesses within the domain of that government. . Meaning: To take a part of either money or drugs for getting drugs for somebody else. Context: Taking your cut of either money or drugs. Collected: 01/19/2006 by Student:Haar.