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cokeaholic

One who is addicted to cocaine. Ralph used to be a cokeaholic, that's why he went to rehab.

cokehead

One who is addicted to cocaine. Ralph used to be a cokehead, that's why he went to rehab.

cokespoon

A spoon used in the snorting of cocaine. Is it true that he put down the cokespoon and is finally getting some help?

go and eat coke

dated slang A disrespectful expression of scorn or disdain; get lost. "Coke" in this usage refers to carbon fuel produced through the destructive distillation of coal or oil. The phrase was popularized by the novels and stories of Charles Hamilton (under the pseudonym Frank Richards). Primarily heard in UK. A: "You never do any chores around the house, you just leave them for the rest of us!" B: "Oh, go and eat coke, Charles! I don't have to listen to your crap." Then she told the boss to go and eat coke. Can you believe that!
See also: and, coke, eat, go

Jinx, buy me a Coke!

informal Said after two people unintentionally say the same thing at the same time. A and B: "Where's Mom?" A: "Jinx, buy me a Coke!"
See also: buy

Jinx, you owe me a Coke!

informal Said after two people unintentionally say the same thing at the same time. A and B: "Where's Mom?" A: "Jinx, you owe me a Coke!"
See also: owe
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cokeaholic

(kokəˈhɑlɪk)
n. a cocaine addict. (Drugs.) When I realized I was a cokeaholic, I decided to stop, but I couldn’t.

cokehead

n. a heavy cocaine user; a cocaine addict. (Drugs.) We get a few depressed cokeheads in the emergency room who have tried suicide.

cokespoon

and (flake) spoon
n. a small spoon used to carry powdered cocaine to a nostril. (Drugs.) The principal wrote a letter to Mrs. Simpson telling her that Jimmy had brought a cokespoon to school. She used an old-fashioned flake spoon right until she died.
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