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cakes

Drug slang
A regional term for rounded disks of crack cocaine.
References in classic literature ?
Now for the cake," said Mas'r George, when the activity of the griddle department had somewhat subsided; and, with that, the youngster flourished a large knife over the article in question.
Aaron shrank back a little, and rubbed his head against his mother's shoulder, but still thought the piece of cake worth the risk of putting his hand out for it.
I always do, if I can; there 's nothing I like better than to shovel in sugar and spice, and make nice, plummy cake for people.
This Nome was not unlike the others that Dorothy had seen, but he wore a heavy gold chain around his neck to show that he was the Chief Steward of the Nome King, and he assumed an air of much importance, and even told his majesty not to eat too much cake late at night, or he would be ill.
Sometimes one of those great cakes slips from the ice-man's sled into the village street, and lies there for a week like a great emerald, an object of interest to all passers.
And sit down, both of you,' (to the King and the Unicorn): 'fair play with the cake, you know
A portion of Tom's half of the cake was left; they divided and ate it.
So she set to work, and very soon finished off the cake.
He knew perfectly well that long ere the dawn of day his whole soul would be crying out for cake, squealing frantically for cocoa.
It is true that he was looking at his cake more than at the pavement.
I et mince pie and rost turkey and frut cake and donuts and cheese and jam and choklut cake.
Now, if you won't stay to lunch, you must come and see Rachael and have some cake and a glass of wine.