Joint papers are relatively easy to handle and can be purchased without hassle at any number of convenient locations. Smoking out of a soda can is as juvenile, if not MORE juvenile, than the old apple pipe trick. At least with the apple you had a tasty, healthy treat when all was said and done. As silly as the soda can is, it will always be an option because it’s just so damn easy.
You literally bend the can, poke some little holes in the top of the crease, poke a hole in the side of the can to be the carb, and BAM, you have a pipe. Soda can proponents even claim that you can get residual sugar and caffeine molecules from the wall of the can to make your smoking experience even better. We don’t know about the science of all that, but it sounds like it could be possible. It’s a dank way to get high AF without actually using the majority of your special stash. Gravity bongs come in two basic designs: The bucket gravity bong The waterfall gravity bong. Here’s a simple description of the way you can make a bucket gravity bong. The above link contains much more detailed instruction. You need a 2-liter bottle and a bottle or container that’s much bigger—your kitchen sink or a bucket will do.
Cut a little less than half of the bottle off the bottom and insert it into the larger reservoir of water. Pack and light the bowl while at the same time slowly lifting up on the bottle trapping all of the smoke inside. Be sure not to pull the bottle all the way out of the water or you’ll lose all your smoke. Remove the cap and suck the weed smoke out the top. If the bucket gravity bong isn’t your thing, you might enjoy the waterfall gravity bong. As with the bucket gravity bong, the instructions here are abbreviated. First, poke a hole in the bottom of your 2-liter bottle. Insert the stem of your bowl through the hole you just drilled. Plug the bottom hole with your finger and fill the bottle with water. Put the cap on the bottle and light the weed (we assume you already put the weed in the bowl). Holding the bottle over a sink or bucket, remove your finger from the bottom hole. The water will drain out the hole and pull the smoke into the bottle. When the bottle is completely empty of water, move your finger back over the hole so you don’t lose any of that delicious smoke. Finally, remove the bowl cap from the bottle, take your finger off the bottom hole, and inhale to your heart’s content. Trust me, with either of these gravity bongs you will be f*cked up. Like seeing people’s conversations in literal word bubbles f*cked up. Smoking out of tinfoil reminds me of hanging out with the “bad kids” in high school and somehow having weed but never having anything to smoke it with…not even a damned apple. If we managed to get the weed, how hard could it be to get access to a pipe? Anyway, this is fine if you like burning up brain cells. There is no reason to be smoking your weed by lighting metal on fire. The thing that rocks about a bub it that you get all the hard action of the bong without having to drag around a clunky, awkward object everywhere with you. Bubblers are easy, portable and they get you sky high. Blunts are the easy way to go when you’re in a spur of the moment smoking situation. They are one of the best ways to smoke weed because they’re super simple to do. For pretty easy, blunt rolling directions, check out this instructional video. Blunts are similar to joints in many ways, the chief way being that they contain only marijuana. The thing that sets blunts and joints apart as different is that blunts are rolled with cigar papers instead of cigarette or rolling paper. Because cigar papers are often larger than regular rolling papers, they can hold more marijuana when rolled.
This means that blunts are almost always longer and thicker than your typical joint. Some like their blunts packed so that they look like a commercial cigar, while others like their blunts packed so that they look like a drinking straw. Regardless of the size, it’s what’s on the outside—tobacco paper or a cigar wrap—that makes a blunt a blunt. The thickness of the cigar wrap makes a blunt burn slower than the ephemeral joint. This cigar wrap also adds material (tobacco) to the smoking experience. The tobacco can provide a unique buzz all its own and can contribute any early euphoria before the cannabis high kicks in. They look like cigarettes most of the time…which don’t even get me started why something so f*cking toxic is legal and yet weed is only legal in 23 states…really gets me fired up…anyway, one hitters are a good way to smoke in-between classes or on your lunch break. You only get one solid hit and that’s enough to take the edge off when you’re stressing and crunched for time. I will never truly know how the actual f*ck you make a chalice.
Who has time to carve out some coconut concoction in the name of getting high? If you’re feeling ambitious, here’s an instructional video.