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How to fix a run on a joint?


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Ice Cream

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I don't usually jump right to the forum, but I have a question that I can't really seem to find an answer for.

Lately I've been getting more into joints after a couple of months using bowls. It almost always seems to run down one side... I've heard people mention you should fix a run, but I'm not really sure how exactly to do so.

Thanks in advance

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weflyhigh

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Wet your finger with spit and touch the side that is burning to allow the other side to catch up.

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Ekibiogami

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either flip it so the running side is facing down, or lick your finger and kinda block the run with your spit.

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I was looking for smokeable joints posts... It lead me to this.

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lick the side burning tooo fast

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splat1234

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lol this thread is old as fuck.

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Roll a better joint. And by better i mean tighter...

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Jesus christ, 2009?




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