Last edited on Mar 02 One who is unintelligent, absent minded. She is such a crack head. See more words with the same meaning: drug user. See more words with the same meaning: unintelligent person, idiot. Last edited on Jul 25
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A crackhead is a slang term for someone who is addicted to or does a lot of the drug crack cocaine. The word is more generally used to insult someone considered to be acting like a crackhead , that is, wildly and stupidly. Crack is a form of cocaine that people smoke for a short but intense high. During the s—90s, the United States faced a crack cocaine epidemic. It was during this time that the slang word crack entered the mainstream lexicon. The slang crack is thought to come from the sound made when the drug is warmed in preparation for smoking. Head , here is used as a combining form to indicate a preoccupation. Crackhead , for a habitual user of crack , is recorded in the s, including in a Time magazine article about the epidemic. In the mids, Dave Chapelle notably parodied crackheads in his character Tyrone Biggums. In the late s, some tabloids controversially described the singer Amy Winehouse, who was suffering from drug and alcohol addiction at the height of her career, as a crackhead.
The fact that we have adopted this term with no sense of awareness of its past is irresponsible. We are a generation with a reputation for being concerned with accountability, it seems hypocritical that we continue to use the term crackhead without acknowledging its history. It is even more careless that we ignore the irreparable damage that the crack epidemic and War on Drugs had on the black community — effects that still plague what is arguably the U. The War on Drugs began in the U.