5 Types of Joints That You Should Be Able to Roll
Feb 24, 2018 · 3 min read
Joints aren’t just plain sheets of paper and cannabis put together for the sake of getting high. They’re a fine mixture between function and art. Where some require months of practice, others can be rolled up in a matter of minutes.
Ultimately, the goal is to smoke them, but in the process why not create something special. You can always boast about your creations on Instagram later.
Looking for a way to take your joint rolling game to the next level?
Here are some of our favorite creations:
Brought to l i fe in the underground coffee shop scene of Amsterdam, the Tulip is a classic creation. The cherry tends to get huge on these things, making them resemble an actual tulip (plant). Tulips are relatively easy to roll up and are great to share with friends.
Popularized by the stoner flick “Pineapple Express”, the crucifix-shaped joint has become a mainstream sensation in the cannabis space. Every day, countless numbers of stoners roll up the Cross in an attempt to relive the thrills of a bonafide cannabis dealer and his newfound friend, all while in the safety of their living rooms.
Low maintenance, reliable and effective, the Fatty is the blue collar of all joints. A steady performer, you can count on it to get the job done day after day. After all, aren’t the best things in life always simple?
The Scorpion has been sort of an Instagram sensation over the last couple of years. It must be said that the Scorpion is nothing short of a masterpiece. You must be well versed not only in joint rolling but also skilled in the art of origami making.
The XXL is synonymous with party time. Mostly reserved for celebrations or special events, the XXL requires as much preparation as it does dedication to smoke. This things are a mission to finish and cold sweats will be involved. Warning: Not for the faint-hearted.
Joints aren’t just plain sheets of paper and cannabis put together for the sake of getting high. They’re a fine mixture between function and art. Where some require months of practice, others can be…