How do you say blunt or joint in German talking about weed? What’s a bong called? And what is weed called?

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    You’ll find those words in a dictionary easily; perhaps with the exception of blunt, for which no German equivalent may exist. – chirlu Sep 7 '15 at 15:48
  • blunt, joint: Joint, Ofen; weed: Gras; a bong is "Bong", maybe there are other words I don't know about – Verena Haunschmid Sep 9 '15 at 5:37

You can say "der Joint" in German too, everyone understands it.

You could also say:

Zigarette mit Gras, Weed, "etwas drin"

or something like this.

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