1 kilogram - "a key". Good price for a key = £1100. Bad price for a key = £1800+. Price for skunk = £2500.
A key is divided into four "9 bars" each weighing 9 ounces. But, a key is a metric measure and a 9 bar an imperial one. Discrepancies occur and it is usual only to be guarenteed 8 1/4 ounces when you buy a 9. Good price for a 9 = £400. Bad price for a 9 = £810.
A 9 bar splits into nine ounces - an ounce is known as an Oz. Good price for an oz = £60. Bad price for an oz = £90. Price for skunk = £140.
An oz can be split into "halves", "quarters" (vicar's daughter), "eighths" (a Henery - so called after Henery VIII)and "sixteenths" (a Louie - after Louie XVI). An Oz may even be sold in grams.
Good price on a half = £45. Bad price = £55.
Good price for a quarter = £20. Bad price = £30.
Goob price on a eighth = £8. Bad price = £15.
Good price on a teenth = £5. Bad price = £7.50p.
Price for a gram = £5.
MAN - thats a lot of skunk! how much for that 9bar
15. december 2003