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Wobbles

noun; derivation
The wobbles refer to an unpleasant effect that takes place as a result of taking too large of a dose of kratom. The “wobbles” cause the person in question to become extremely dizzy, disoriented, and unable to get their eyes to focus on any specific object.
 
“I took eight grams of Kratom yesterday instead of my usual five and got really bad wobbles.”
Etymology : The term wobbles is derived from the verb “wobble” which likely comes from the Low Germanic word “wabble.” The term wobble refers to the action of moving unsteadily laterally, and the neologism wobbles relates to this term as there is a connection between moving unsteadily and being disorientation, dizzy, and unable to focus. Specifically, having the wobbles could cause one to wobble.
Source : Friend who shall remain nameless. August 1st, 2019
Last modified: 7 December 2019


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