You Will Love Or Hate The Octobong. There Is No In-Between
Check out this video on how to make the Octobong by the Daily Smoker.
If you have a party coming up and want to do something special for your herb-loving friends, why not make an Octobong courtesy of the Daily Smoker! This nifty group-hookah device consists of multiple bongs attached to a central joint, so everyone helps with the smoking, but gets their own carb and chamber! Check out the video below.
Step 1: The stand
Get a cardboard box about 1-foot square. Cut off the bottom flaps, and tape the top shut. Cut a hole in the top, about the size of the top of a drinking glass. Cut the sides so the box forms a table, leaving the corners as legs.
Step 2: The funnel
Cut a piece of construction paper in a half circle and curl it into a funnel, making sure it is large enough to sit in the hole on top of the box without falling in. Tape it in that size, and use the wide end to trace and cut out a disc slightly larger than it. Then, cut sections out to the same size as the wide end of the funnel, and use the flaps to hold it around the funnel. Finally, punch a hole in the base and wrap the whole thing in
Then, cut sections out to the same size as the wide end of the funnel, and use the flaps to hold it around the funnel. Finally, punch a hole in the base and wrap the whole thing in
Finally, punch a hole in the base and wrap the whole thing in tin foil, making it a solid cone with an intake and exhaust.
Step 3: The tubes
Get 4 flexible plastic tubes, and tape them inside the narrow end of the cone. Get 4 plastic bottles and cut holes near the base of each one for the tubes to enter. About an inch higher, punch a smaller hole for the carb. Fill each bottle with water to create the separate bongs.
Step 4: Add the herb to Octobong
Roll your party a nice, large joint with a filter. You want it to be big enough to fit snugly into the hole in the cone, and plenty for a group of people. Push it in the top, light, and let everyone bask in the creative fun of smoking from your Octo-bong!
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