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If you have something to smoke, but nothing to smoke from, you can easily craft a smoking device out of household objects. They are easy to make, and can be fun to smoke out of. Fruit, pens, or water bottles can solve your smoking crisis. This image is not licensed under the Creative Commons license applied to text content and some other images posted to the wikiHow website. This image may not be used by other entities without the express written consent of wikiHow, Inc.

Fruit or vegetable Knife Skewer Aluminum foil Safety pin or thumbtack Lighter or matches. Empty plastic water bottle 2 Quart pitcher Aluminum foil Knife or scissors Safety pin or thumbtack Lighter or matches. A tube, like a paper towel or toilet paper roll Something to cover one end, like plastic wrap Aluminum foil Skewer or similar sharp object Lighter or matches. If you have something to smoke but don’t have a pipe, first select a fresh piece of hard fruit, like an apple or zucchini. Carve a small bowl shape in one side of the fruit using a knife, then poke a hole from the side to the center with a kitchen skewer. After you’ve created the hole, make another one to link the bowl to the hole. You should also blow through the hole to make sure air can pass through it. Once air can flow through the hole, line the bowl area with aluminum foil, which will stop your smoking material from getting wet.

Additionally, poke small holes in the foil using a safety pin so the smoke can escape, then pack your smoking material into the bowl. For tips on how to roll a smoke using a book or smoke with a pen, read on! Sometimes, the unexpected can stop one from enjoying the benefits of a good hit. For instance, running out of rolling paper or breaking the glass bong. In times like this, a little bit of creativity and crafting a homemade pipe from every day things at home or the kitchen could save the day. There is no limit to the ingenuity of the human mind. Some people though do not make pipes as a temporary means to smoke cannabis. Over the years, and mostly for the sheer fun of it, many ingenious DIY pipes have appeared. Others, meanwhile, have put on new twists on the classics. Perhaps the most recognizable homemade pipe is one crafted using a piece of apple. A timeless classic that has been around forever and remains incredibly popular today. It does not require special tools or anything expensive, and it is easy to make. Materials needed: Any variety of apple Knife, stick, key, or screwdriver (anything that can carve a hole) A lighter. Any kind of apple will do but for the best possible outcome, use a freshly picked one. Twist off the stem to expose the natural bowl shape on top. Using a knife or a screwdriver, carve a hole from the top part halfway through the apple. To avoid breathing in plant matter, place a small screen on top of the bowl. At the side of the apple, poke another hole to serve as the mouthpiece. It should connect with the first hole made from the top, creating an “L” shaped tunnel within the fruit. To do that, continue to push the mouthpiece hole all the way through the apple effectively forming an inverted “T” shape tunnel. A homemade pipe boasting of a sweeter and fruitier kick has taken the social media by storm. In particular, this candy pipe has mostly appealed to the younger generation. Materials needed: Starburst candy (or any soft, taffy candies in rectangular packages) Stick Gloves. There are two ways to do this: (1) Candies could be stacked side by side and compress until it sticks together. Then, squish one more at on one end to serve as the bowl. (2) The Starburst candy could also be molded into a singular mass and formed into the shape of a pipe. On the end that will serve as the bowl, poke a hole halfway through the shaft.

From the side, use the same stick to skewer the shaft until it connects to the hole to form an “L” shape tunnel. Let the candy pipe cool in the refrigerator for a few minutes. This helps to harden it and prevents it from being too sticky to handle. Not only that, but it also delivers a somewhat smoother hit.

There are two kinds of gravity bongs – the bucket bong and the waterfall bong. Both employ the basic principles of physics and require water to operate. Therefore, using it comes at a cost – the possibility of making a mess. Materials needed: Box cutter or scissors Two different sized plastic bottles Aluminum foil. Cut off the upper half of the smaller bottle and the lower half of the larger one.

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