Most people reading this will be well practised in the art of rolling a decent, smokeable joint. However, for those with more thumbs than fingers and a zero-rating on the kudos scale, here are a few basic tips:

The mix is perhaps the most important part of the joint. Make sure the consistency is even and break-up any lumps or "woody" bits.


The shape of the finished joint is determined by how you distribute the mix over the papers. Many of the numbers in this book are cone-shaped. Cones tend to smoke more smoothly than straight joints but are slightly harder to roll.


Putting the roach in BEFORE rolling is highly recommended and saves time and hassle. You're also more likely to get a perfect fit.


Now for the "tricky" bit. Pick everything up and start in the middle, rolling outwards. Let your thumbs do most of the work and give support and pressure with your forefingers. You should start to feel the mix firming inside the paper.


When you have an even consistency tuck down the facing paper edge with the tips of your thumbs, wrap the excess paper around the joint, wet the glue and seal that puppy!


The best joints are firm but not so tight you have to bust a lung to draw smoke. Loose joints taste rough, burn too fast and have a nasty habit of setting light to clothing and furniture.



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