As if cucumber- and celery-infused vodkas haven't rocked your world enough, the latest trend in intoxication is fruit-flavored blow. The DEA has come across loads of the sweet treat, most recently finding the junk in two Modesto homes that was mixed with strawberry, coconut, lemon-lime (AKA limon), and cinnamon flavoring. While this fruity trend makes disco dust that more tempting to the youth of America, what's worse is that cocaine cut with an additional flavor renders it less potent.

Oddly enough, flavored flake, according to the DEA, can command $1,100 to $1,400 an ounce on the street. By comparison regular powder goes anywhere from $600 to $700 an ounce.