How to Roll A Blunt
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Muggs taught us how to get blunted. It's an East Coast thing- one of his Friends introduced him to it. All you need to roll a blunt is a Phillies Blunt cigar and a decent quality of the Buddha (about an eighth of an oz).
1. Bite off the tip of the blunt.
2. Make a good slice down the middle of the blunt [length wise]. Either do
it by hand or with a razor blade.
3. Peel the outside layer of tobacco off the blunt. If you leave the outside
layer on, it tendes to have a nasty taste. The single layer doesn't
override the nice Buddha flavor. Lick the ends of the blunt paper. Wave
it in the air, so it'll dry.
4. Break up the buddha. Word up. Throw away the tobacco. We don't put that in
there, we're not in Europe.
5. Roll it up dude! One blunt is equivalent to about five joints. If you've
got a good sized blunt and you've got good weed, definitley five joints or
more. The size is varible. You can roll it like a cigar blunt or like a
cigarillo. It depends on how much buddha you have handy.
6. Smoke it up, dude! A blunt gets you a little higher because of the tobacco
paper. It also burns slower and goes around more times. Word up. That's
the only reason I'm with it.