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Perfect for skinning up in awkward situations, the Trembler is speedy, simple, uses only two papers and comes highly recommended. A classic quickie.
How to Roll a Knee Trembler Joint
Saturday Night Special
An undisputed classic well known to most smokers, the special is easy to roll and tolerates clumsy fingers. Everyone has a favorite way of rolling the special - This is just one of them.
How to Roll a Saturday Night Special Joint
Fly into fantasy on the ax Minster of your dreams! Popular in North Africa, where a cigarette segment is substituted for the roach, the Carpet is ideal for those that like 'em short and fat.
How to Roll a Magic Carpet Joint
Joint-smoking often demands a little discretion. If you're in need for a clandestine toke, roll yourself a Secret Agent and remember to stay downwind.
How to Roll a Secret Agent Joint
A Member that seems to last forever: the joker is a big, fat, juicy cone guaranteed to spread a grin from ear-to-ear without straining the finger muscles.
How to Roll a Joker Cone
Three way heaven! Okay, okay, it's fiddly to make but you can use it again and again. Best of all, it'll hold three of your favorites.
How to Roll a Crossroads Joint
Guaranteed to impress with it's pyrotechnics, the Backflip makes use of the minimum of paper and is easy-going on the lungs. Prepare for instant kudos or instant embarrassment, This is a tricky one.
How to Roll a Flaming Backflip Joint
Once mastered, the joint rolling technique opens a realm of possibilities for weird and wonderful creations. The Diamond is a good place to start and when made with care smokes surprisingly well.
How to Roll a Diamond Joint
An Amsterdam specialty, the tulip is often found (usually half-smoked) in the hands of unconscious tourist. A good tulip is deceptively smooth to smoke and easier to roll than it looks.
How to Roll a Tulip Joint
The bigger, balder, bastard brother of the Tulip (try saying that after you've smoked one). It takes some effort to roll, but a good nose cone is a king size chunk of truly cosmic proportions. Lightweights need not apply.
How to Roll a Nose Cone
A smoke-cooling chamber and multiple joint holder, the Windmill is designed to get you spinning in the breeze. Although it's tricky to make, the holder can be used time and time again.
How to Roll A Windmill Joint
Images of Other Advanced Ways to Roll
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