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candy

(kăn′dē)
n. pl. can·dies
Slang An illicit drug, especially one, such as cocaine, that has a sugary appearance or a drug in pill form, such as MDMA.
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candy

Drug slang
A regional term for virtually any abuse substance, both in general terms or specifically for amphetamines, cocaine, crack cocaine, depressants, heroin etc.

Vox populi
A confection made from a saturated concentration of sugar with added flavouring, and usually colourants.
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