Does anyone try to use a roller for blunts? (PICS INCLUDED!!!111)

Discussion in 'Real Life Stories' started by Mitchy, Sep 11, 2009.

  1. #1 Mitchy, Sep 11, 2009
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    We start with this:

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    Moderate weed, for a moderate price of 35 USD for 2 grams.

    I use this rolling device, yes to answer questions.. I had to tear a piece off the blunt, bout an inch.. if not less to fit it to the rolling size:

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    A little packing of 0.7 G's, some splitting of the blunt, bit of licking anddd....

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    (Shitty picture, sorry, didn't feel like using my real camera so I used my webcam!)

    Turned out well, burned nice and slow and tasted great.

    To answer some more questions

    yes I am high.

    That's it, take care! Discuss your preferred method of rolling amongst yourselves! :hello:

    :wave:
     
  2. yeah i used a roller before

    it rolled a perfect bar, i think i might invest in one
     
  3. why is white lol? just the picture?
     
  4. That's sick, but I think it's more fun and satisfying to roll your own.
     
  5. What kind of roller is that? I've been thinking about getting one myself.
     
  6. 78mm zig zag cigarette roller

    :smoke:
     


  7. GREAT investment.
    Perfect for rolling joints, in fact, have rolled many with them, great for rolling quickly and perfectly, look just like cigs, perfect for blazing in town:smoke:
     
  8. blunts arent white... thats just a joint, and rolling a joint with a roller is nothing special
     
  9. Its pretty clear he used SWISHER SWEETS, a cigarillo. He explained he used a shitty camera, which took a pic in BLACK AND WHITE. Did you read the thread?
     
  10. #11 Necrostophelies, Sep 11, 2009
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    swishers are a dark brown color, dark brown when taken with a black and white camera yields a dark grey. even with a shitty camera this principal is maintained.

    do you really think something can go from dark brown to white just with the switch the grey-scale? you have no concept of logic do you?

    and just to support my point, ive reproduced what a black and white swisher would look like had it been taken with a black and white camera setting
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  11. Maybe i have no concept of logic, but look at the pic again, I am pretty sure its a swisher.:D
     
  12. #13 Mitchy, Sep 11, 2009
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    Oh dear..

    it's a Swisher, the weed photo was taken with my webcam too, that time the grayscale (that black and white) was off, when I went to take a photo of the rolled Swisher, the grayscale happened to be on.. it pops on randomly for some reason when I take photos.

    I can assure you, it's a Swisher..

    Look in the back of the grayscaled photo, you guys will see a rolling device.. that's mine, which was used to roll the blunt you partially see..
     
  13. I notice that there are two ways of looking at the picture.

    One is from a "light-sided approach" and the other is from a "dark side approach".

    If you know what I mean (even a little bit), then you'll know what you are. If you look at the blunt you either see a joint looking type roll or a blunt, mostly because of the color. Some people seem to think it's dark (which apparently it really is) but see that it's a very light grey shade, because of a picture. Other people don't see this and see what looks like a joint.

    edit: sorry, I had an extremely difficult time trying to get what I was thinking put into words.
     
  14. shit I gotta goto class but I'm buying one of those rolling machines! they're 5$ what a GREAT investment. I mean yeah rolling a joint by hand feels great and all, but when that can put out a product that fast and that consistent everytime, I think i'll use the machine.
     
  15. I AM a blunt roller.:devious:
     
  16. perfect explanation sir +rep
     
  17. Last time I had a rolling machine it rolled it baggy :(
     
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