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Thursday, December 9, 2010

Helpful Advice from Wiz Khalifa on How To Roll a Clutch Joint -- While in a Hot Tub

Posted By on Thu, Dec 9, 2010 at 8:00 AM


Perhaps we've been remiss in regularly endorsing songs to listen to while high without giving you the technical wherewithal to get high. (As for the material wherewithal, well, if you don't know how to secure the requisite chemicals you probably shouldn't live in San Francisco.)

Fortunately for all of us, there's Wiz Khalifa. If you're going to take

joint-rolling advice from anyone sitting in a hot tub, it should

probably be this guy.

Lest you doubt his commitment to facilitating weed culture, watch as Wiz primly and somewhat snootily (you don't have a grinder?) takes you through his time-tested method: the extra-long Wiz Khalifa papers, the painstaking boat procedure, the pseudo-monogrammed paper filter, the rigorously even burn. Or hell, just look at his hat. You know, the one he reaches up every twenty seconds or so to assure is properly askew. Side effects? Pshaw.

Anyway, live and learn. Now get out that Boris double LP and go to town.

Can you roll a joint better than Wiz? Tell us how on Twitter, give a perfect example to the author, or post your how-to guide on our Facebook page.

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