It took way longer than necessary, and I ended up ruining the blunt because I couldn't cut it straight to save my life. Now, keep in mind I was already 3 blunts, 2 joints, and a fat gravity bong rip deep, so cut me some slack. Anyway, before my high ass ruined the other one, my friend (also baked) walked over, grabbed the blunt, and popped it in his splitter. I couldn't believe it - that high bastard split the blunt perfectly and it took 2 seconds. Sure, I was toasted and it probably wasn't actually that cool, but to me, it was mind blowing.
In any event, if you want to roll a blunt, you’re going to have to get rid of the stuff that’s already inside of the blunt wrap. Unless you want to hate your life and look like a total noob, we highly recommend using a blunt splitter. Blunt splitters are little tiny devices that can fit on your keychain. All you have to do is push a blunt through it, and the blunt splits perfectly every time! They’re super dank too because you can use them to split a blunt no matter where you are, and they’re way easier than using a knife. Keychain blunt splitters like this insanely cheap 5-pack on Amazon come with free next-day shipping too. I know you’ve already killed most of your brain cells by this point, but come on – this one is a no brainer. But if you can’t spare $5, I got you bro – it’s a hard on these streets. Though it’s not as easy, you can be a broke boy and use a knife – preferably a box cutter – instead.
Sure, you won’t be Smokephisticated if you use a knife, but it’ll get the job done. It’s much easier to roll the blunt back up with weed if you split the blunt straight down the middle. The blunt should only have one cut down the middle, and you should do everything you can to make sure it is as straight as possible. If you don’t have a knife or a blunt splitter, you can always use your thumbs. They’re splitting blunts all day, and it’s easier to use your thumbs if you have nails! Anyway, if you are using your thumbs, take your time. It’s best to go slow and have a well-split blunt than to rush and have a cluster-fucked blunt wrap to work with. Once the blunt is split, take your finger and brush the tobacco into the garbage. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just throw a few big nugs in a blunt and call it a day? Although some rollers prefer to grind their weed, I choose to break up my grass by hand. Unlike a joint, which is wrapped with a thin paper, a blunt wrap is a bit thicker and burns more slowly. If you grind your weed before you roll a blunt, the weed will burn a bit too fast, especially when compared to the rate at which the blunt wrap itself is burning. Instead, if you break up the weed by hand into tiny pieces – that aren’t completely ground, however – the blunt will burn more evenly and slowly, giving you a better high for your supply. With the nugs in between your fingers, firmly rub them together until each bug is properly broken up. The weed should look something like this when all is said and done: The pieces of weed in this image are about the size of grains of quinoa, maybe a tad bigger. Now that your blunt wrap and weed are prepared and ready to go, it’s time to begin the rolling phase! This is probably one of the easiest steps when it comes to rolling a blunt. All you have to do is lay your blunt down and open it up a bit. Take the weed that you’ve prepared and sprinkle it in the blunt wrap. Notice that, unlike a joint which requires you to distribute the weed lightly by the filter and gradually increasing towards the end, you distribute the weed evenly in a blunt wrap. Joints are supposed to have a cone shape, whereas blunts are more like a uniform log. Once you have all of your weed in the blunt, it’s time for the fourth step… which also happens to be the hardest. I know you’re probably high af right now, but don’t screw this up – the fate of your blunt depends on it! Perfect tuck technique is hard to come by, and it takes a while to get the hang of it. However, like most things in life, tucking is much easier after some practice.
Begin by picking up the blunt with two hands, and rolling it back and forth a bit in your hands. This way, you’ll make sure the weed is sitting flat in the bottom of the blunt wrap. If some weed falls out during the process, it’s okay.
They're cheap, stylish, and most importantly, they're practical – all of the weed that falls during the rolling process is collected in one place. I always hate cleaning up weed crumbs from my desk, as most of them end up being wasted.