Rolling the filter
Start at the beginning. The filter. It is the base of preparing the perfect joint. Take the thin piece of carton and make a small fold. Then fold it the other way and roll the rest around it. Roll it tight between your fingers to make sure it stays that shape. The whole thing cannot be thicker than the filter of a cigarette. Why not use the filter of a cigarette? Because it stops too much smoke and it won’t get you stoned as good as this filter.
Get the paper out. Hold it like you would roll it normally, so with the gluey part facing you on top of the paper. Now turn it around so the glue part is facing your feet and you are looking at the fold. Fold the paper the other way and roll it between your fingers a little so it stays in the shape you need it.
Take a little piece and crumble it up. You don’t need a lot of weed to get stoned or high. Just a little is suffice. The correct amount is about a fingertip. Take out the leaves, branches and seeds. They taste badddd.
Take 2/3 of the cigarette and tear it open and crumble it up too. Don’t mix it all with the weed yet! With these amounts you will get the perfect joint. Save the rest of the cigarette you will need it at the end.
Putting them all together
Now we are getting somewhere! The job is half done. Put the filter on the side where you like it best. Let it stick out a little. So the filter goes over the edge of the paper. Put a little tobacco next to it. This is to prevent you from smoking the filter and also from not smoking all the weed. If you don’t put any weed next to the filter then you don’t need to smoke the damm thing all the way to the end. So no filter kick and no burning mouth. Next! Mix the remaining tobacco and the weed and put it in the paper. Spread it out, preferably more to the end than next to the filter. If you put too much next to the filter and start rolling that you will get a short fat joint. And we don’t want that!!
You are now ready for the most important step so please slide into…
Rolling without folding omnomnomnom.