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Killer Queen

A British Columbia native, Killer Queen is the outcome of an imaginative cross between G13 and Cinderella 99. Uplifting and thought-provoking, this hybrid is great for the workaholic who would like some daytime relief. The effects of this strain are felt most heavily in the face, eyes, and forehead. Upon first taste, Killer Queen takes up the fruity characteristics of Cinderella 99. The tropical flavor, however, is quickly followed by an earthy, herbal tone. If you are searching for an energizing strain that allows you to focus, Killer Queen may be just the perfect match.

A British Columbia native, Killer Queen is the outcome of an imaginative cross between G13 and Cinderella 99. Uplifting and thought-provoking, this hybrid is great for the workaholic who would like some daytime relief. The effects of this strain are felt most heavily in the face, eyes, and forehead. Upon first taste, Killer Queen takes up the fruity characteristics of Cinderella 99. The tropical flavor, however, is quickly followed by an earthy, herbal tone. If you are searching for an energizing strain that allows you to focus, Killer Queen may be just the perfect match.

Killer Queen is a hybrid cannabis strain.

Killa weed

A nickname U.S. Marines call eachother.

This term used to be an insult during the post-Vietnam era when servicemembers came home to being called “baby killers”. It was turned around and made positive.

“Woah slow down there, killer”

man you got any killer
yea yea 10 bucks a g

this killer is killer

friend: Hmmm. what flavor ice cream will I like?

is an example of a killers

ok so youre going to see a movie right? and you think its going to be really good, and then when you see it it was totally rad.

therefore it was killer.

“this weed is killer”

The most common username in online games (especially FPS), used by n00bs who think they’re being really cool and original.

These people will most likely be nerds.

Many variations of this name are also commonly used, such as “killa”, “killah” etc.

Killa weed A nickname U.S. Marines call eachother. This term used to be an insult during the post-Vietnam era when servicemembers came home to being called “baby killers”. It was turned around