It’s always good form to ensure your smoking etiquette fundamentals are solid. Whether you’re a seasoned smoker or a noob, this revision / lesson on how to ash correctly is a helpful read.
If you are a seasoned smoker you will, of course, know how to properly ash your bowl, bong, pipe, or joint. However, this how-to is for those out there who perhaps have not had as much experience in the ways of the weed.
Most stoners have had to learn the hard way, by breaking many joints trying to ash them and getting bong ash everywhere. Luckily for all those smokers out there who have just been acquainted with their stoner sides, there is now an instructional on how to ash properly!
Remember, it’s nice to be in touch with smoking etiquette, and not ruining the joint when ashing it is part of that etiquette!
Of course, rolling a proper joint is one of the better ways to ensure that your joint doesn’t break when you ash it. But in case your joint-rolling abilities are still flimsy, there are ways to ensure your smoking experience isn’t ruined half way through. Follow this guide, newbies!
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Ashing a bong or pipe is similar, because they both have a bowl.
Ashing a blunt is not like ashing a cigarette because cigar wraps are usually quite flimsy, and most blunts don’t have a filter. Use one of these four methods to ash your blunt successfully:
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If you roll a joint more or less like a cigarette, you can probably ash it like one, too. However, if it´is flimsy, it may require a little more care.
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