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What does the term "worked" mean?

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by Shipwreck, Dec 22, 2010.

  1. People say that "worked' pieces are usually better.
    What is a worked piece anyways?
  2. I have no idea what your talking about?
    Worked piece?
    Could be intricate designs on a piece...
    Rather then plain glass.
  3. well the term worked sounds like used.
    by why would a used piece be better then a new one?
    maybe them mean its like locally blown/not china glass
  4. A piece with colors/designs/etc is considered "worked".
  5. Ah so the functionality should all be the same?
  6. Yep, you can get fat rips off of any bong. Worked or not. Worked bongs are just generally cooler looking.
  7. yeah I believe worked pieces are Heady glass that have nice designs and work done to them.

  8. ^^ Cha, cha

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