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ice-skating

slang Smoking or being intoxicated by smoking crystal meth (methamphetamine hydrochloride). A reference to the ice-like appearance of the drug. I was down to smoke a bit of pot with him, but when he asked me if I wanted to go ice-skating, I knew it was time to get out of there. There's always a bunch of junkies ice-skating under the bridge on the way out of town.

skating

mod. drug intoxicated. He’s high all right—I’d say he’s skating. He took some wicked pills and is totally skating.
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