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#41
Quote by Trowzaa
Lucky Strikes are beautiful things. Probably the only straight that I can honestly say I enjoy.

AMERICA!

also, this is objectively the best rolling tobacco:
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#42
Quote by Redsectoreh
If you end up being completely hopeless at rolling, just take a cigarette and trace it. Its time consuming but if all else fails...


What do you mean trace it?
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#44
Quote by Trowzaa
What do you mean trace it?

Just take a cigarette and roll a paper over it, twist one end and slowly load and pack it down.
#45
Man, I was taught a little trick by a guy in a bar tonight.

You know those little tricks that when someone teacher them to you, you wonder how you never thought of it?

Basically he wa getting the tobacco, and before putting it in the paper, he'd put it in between two hands, and roll his hands, rolling the tobacco into a cylinder before even putting it in the paper.

Then you put the paper over it, and turn your hand upside down.

After that, when you roll, you only have half the work to do before closing it.
Never imagine yourself not to be otherwise than what it might appear to others that what you were or might have been was not otherwise than what you had been would have appeared to them to be otherwise
#46
I had no idea baccy was such a widely used term.
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#48
Quote by Redsectoreh
Just take a cigarette and roll a paper over it, twist one end and slowly load and pack it down.


Can't say i've ever heard of anyone doing that. Most people just get over the initial hurdle of rolling, and can just do it all the time. Also, if someone has a straight, why wouldn't they just smoke that instead?
WHOMP

Think of that next time you are not allowed to laugh.
#49
OK, here's the secret to rolling ciggies.
It's helpfull to have a certain amount of moisture (but not too much) on your finger tips in order to successfully roll a cigarette, don't ask me why, it just works better that way, so just before you roll one, lick the ends of your finger tips then dry them with a cloth, (or just wipe them on your clothes like I do) which leaves the ideal amount of moisture still on your fingers for rolling cigarettes.
#50
Hey everyone, sorry for bumping this thread, but I need some advice.

I've got the hang of it, except for the fact that for the most time, the paper tucked into the filet and along it is a bit bent more than folded, but that is not an issue.

My problem is this: though I'm generally a Drum smoker, recently I've been trying more dry tobaccos..

And I've found that after a while, tobacco tends to dry up and break and become very powdery...and in that case it's impossible to roll.

It all comes out on the end when rolling..it doesn't become compact enough to close, and once you've closed it, you tilt it upside down and it all comes out and stuff like that.

Anyone with any experience have any tips as to what to do when tobacco becomes like that? Any rolling tips, closing tips etc?
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#51
I like how Slacker's knowledge about the topic at hand effectively killed this thread the first time.
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every night
#52
Quote by palm mute
I like how Slacker's knowledge about the topic at hand effectively killed this thread the first time.

And your problem with this thread...?
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#54
Smokers are jokers!


but seriously, it's gross
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#56
They should flush their sin sticks down the toilet
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#57
Quote by WCPhils
They should flush their sin sticks down the toilet

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#59
Never imagine yourself not to be otherwise than what it might appear to others that what you were or might have been was not otherwise than what you had been would have appeared to them to be otherwise
#60
Oh man guys...I is a sad panda
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#61
I roll my own smokes.

They do contain tobacco, I'd say that much.
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#62
Quote by Krieger91
Hey everyone, sorry for bumping this thread, but I need some advice.

I've got the hang of it, except for the fact that for the most time, the paper tucked into the filet and along it is a bit bent more than folded, but that is not an issue.

My problem is this: though I'm generally a Drum smoker, recently I've been trying more dry tobaccos..

And I've found that after a while, tobacco tends to dry up and break and become very powdery...and in that case it's impossible to roll.

It all comes out on the end when rolling..it doesn't become compact enough to close, and once you've closed it, you tilt it upside down and it all comes out and stuff like that.

Anyone with any experience have any tips as to what to do when tobacco becomes like that? Any rolling tips, closing tips etc?


What I do in that case, when it alls crumbly, is to roll it as you normally do and then pinch the end and twist it a little, pretty much like a joint, then light the part that's twisted. And don't tilt your cigs upside down
dirtbag ballet by the bins down the alley
as i walk through the chalet of the shadow of death
everything that you've come to expect


#63
Quote by Trowzaa
What I do in that case, when it alls crumbly, is to roll it as you normally do and then pinch the end and twist it a little, pretty much like a joint, then light the part that's twisted. And don't tilt your cigs upside down

Ok cool. I've seen that done.

But it's also the rolling part itself that's harder.

Anyway, gone on to smoke American Spirits, much drier (drum was too moist, it'l like a damn pipe tobacco) and pretty decent tasting.
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#66
Quote by KiLLSWiTCH-KnoT
work the shaft

?
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#68
Only thing that comes to mind os roll using the filter more than I do when I roll normally.
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#69
Quote by jakesmellspoo
AMERICA!

also, this is objectively the best rolling tobacco:


Someone I know brings that stuff back from god knows where every so often. It is truly vile.

Quote by Krieger91
Man, I was taught a little trick by a guy in a bar tonight.

You know those little tricks that when someone teacher them to you, you wonder how you never thought of it?

Basically he wa getting the tobacco, and before putting it in the paper, he'd put it in between two hands, and roll his hands, rolling the tobacco into a cylinder before even putting it in the paper.

Then you put the paper over it, and turn your hand upside down.

After that, when you roll, you only have half the work to do before closing it.


I do not like this advice. I believe that pinching the paper together with your fingers and then rolling the paper, not the tobacco itself, yields much better results than if you use your fingers to directly roll the tobacco. It gets compressed together if you do it that, which is bad shit.

It's also important that you set yourself up correctly though, you should break the tobacco apart so there aren't any clumped together bits then spread it evenly (this part is important) across the paper. If it's not consistent before you start rolling it, how will it be consistent afterwards?

Most of this will be useless to people who can't roll though, considering the problem 99% of the time is tucking the paper in and then finishing it off, and this is something that you most likely won't learn from someone else (unless you're doing something ******ed), it just takes practice.
#70
Quote by Krieger91
Only thing that comes to mind os roll using the filter more than I do when I roll normally.

what do you mean using the filter?

Have a decently firm grip on both ends
never let go
use the the point 3/4 up your thumbtip to roll
roll a lot
when tucking, roll the paper down so a few mm of baccy is exposed
do one swift clean movement and it should tuck right in and be decently tight
dont let go of grip
roll from the tip of your thumb to the middle bit
work the shaft

Shaft working is more important when rolling joints, just cos its bigger than your finger utensils, so requires a different method. Working the shaft with cigs is only if you can't roll well but utilising the skill will help you learn to roll.

Quote by SlackerBabbath
OK, here's the secret to rolling ciggies.
It's helpfull to have a certain amount of moisture (but not too much) on your finger tips in order to successfully roll a cigarette, don't ask me why, it just works better that way, so just before you roll one, lick the ends of your finger tips then dry them with a cloth, (or just wipe them on your clothes like I do) which leaves the ideal amount of moisture still on your fingers for rolling cigarettes.

friction, ma niqqa
Last edited by KiLLSWiTCH-KnoT at Feb 6, 2013,
#71
lick ur fingers a bit
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