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How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-27 18:01:43 Reply

For hand rolling?
It needs to take under an hour though, my quater of a pouch is dry.

Oh and I don't endorse or condone smoking, but I do enjoy it, so don't say how terrible smoking is for me. It's annoying.


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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-27 18:02:28 Reply

Save up five whole dollars and buy a real pack of cigs.


I'm going to fucking rape this guy.

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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-27 18:02:53 Reply

dumb bird. tobacco isnt for wettening its for being ignited!!!!!!


you talk a good one but u dont do what your supposed to do

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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-27 18:04:18 Reply

At 7/27/09 06:03 PM, Brass wrote: I read the title as "How to moisten dry/crumbly TACO", then read through it thinking WTF IS THIS GUY ON ABOUT.

I feel retarded now.

Fajitas are great. I wish I had fajitas.


My signature was old so I changed it.

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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-27 18:04:34 Reply

tobacco?

dude just buy some sigs...

jeez its no that hard....

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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-27 18:04:36 Reply

At 7/27/09 06:02 PM, TheZach wrote: Save up five whole dollars and buy a real pack of cigs.

He's four years too young, which is why he's resorted to trying to salvage the pack he found lying in a drain somewhere.

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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-27 18:05:00 Reply

At 7/27/09 06:02 PM, Sanch wrote: dumb bird. tobacco isnt for wettening its for being ignited!!!!!!

Yes, but when its gone crumbly its harder to roll ad doesnt keep a good shape.
How is that dumb?


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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-27 18:05:13 Reply

At 7/27/09 06:02 PM, TheZach wrote: Save up five whole dollars and buy a real pack of cigs.

Get a hand rolling machine, either the little plastic slide ones for like 3 bucks, or a big handle one for 30-40 bucks.

then you go to a store that sells it, and buy a bag of tobacco and a carton of tubes, and roll them

they average to be like 3 dollars a pack here, when you do the math, but taxes may be different there

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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-27 18:05:49 Reply

Jizz on it.

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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-27 18:06:05 Reply

Do you have a steamer? I imagine that would work. Like what you use to steam vegetables.

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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-27 18:06:48 Reply

mmm....tacos

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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-27 18:07:12 Reply

A bitch dumped you so now you want to smoke.

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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-27 18:07:13 Reply

At 7/27/09 06:04 PM, yurgenburgen wrote:
At 7/27/09 06:02 PM, TheZach wrote: Save up five whole dollars and buy a real pack of cigs.
He's four years too young, which is why he's resorted to trying to salvage the pack he found lying in a drain somewhere.

I can buy them myself, and I've seen the tramps that do that shit, thats messed up.


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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-27 18:08:51 Reply

O.o
I'm pretty lost here, form my experience you want your substance to be dry when rolling and smoking it.
Dry...Not wet.


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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-27 18:09:50 Reply

At 7/27/09 06:08 PM, Sneak-a-Toke wrote: O.o
I'm pretty lost here, form my experience you want your substance to be dry when rolling and smoking it.
Dry...Not wet.

But I don't want it crumbly so it will barely make a shape do i?


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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-27 18:17:43 Reply

You guys are idiots, you don't want dry tobacco. Ever.

Lol.

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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-27 18:18:57 Reply

At 7/27/09 06:04 PM, TheCosmicFool1337 wrote: tobacco?

dude just buy some sigs...

jeez its no that hard....

Cigarettes taste fucking horrible though. Nothing compares to the distinctive taste you get with rolling tobacco.

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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-27 18:19:29 Reply

Stop smoking cigs, their gross. Smoke weed instead if you know what is good for you.

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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-27 18:20:22 Reply

At 7/27/09 06:08 PM, Sneak-a-Toke wrote: I'm pretty lost here, form my experience you want your substance to be dry when rolling and smoking it.
Dry...Not wet.

He's not on about it being wet, just moist like it is normally, so that it holds its shape when it's rolled.

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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-27 18:44:27 Reply

lol


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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-27 18:48:34 Reply

I got an idea, smoke weed instead and say the hell with that tobacco.


My opinions are so useless, I don't even listen to them.

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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-27 18:53:58 Reply

At 7/27/09 06:20 PM, yurgenburgen wrote: He's not on about it being wet, just moist like it is normally, so that it holds its shape when it's rolled.

What do you guys roll with?
I use Juicy Jays and regular Zig Zags, with my "substance" dry as possible and still get my cones looking great.
I've rolled with dry tobacco as well, works really well.
IMO, I think thread starter just needs to improve his rolling skills, thats all.


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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-28 21:07:31 Reply

At 7/27/09 06:53 PM, Sneak-a-Toke wrote: IMO, I think thread starter just needs to improve his rolling skills, thats all.

Yeah I am a really shit roller.
And for all you weed lovers, I smoke that too, but not often.


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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-28 21:08:14 Reply

Piss on it

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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-28 21:14:24 Reply

If you're rolling baccy's dry, there's nothing that you can in do my knowledge but use more. Two plusses to using more though (despite smoking more tobacco and spending more money); the dryer it is the faster it smokes, so using more slows down the burn and it get's you closer to using a great tasting fresh moist pack quicker.

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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-28 21:16:11 Reply

At 7/27/09 06:04 PM, TheCosmicFool1337 wrote: dude just buy some sigs...

Why would he want to buy a signature?

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Response to How to moisten dry/crumbly tobacco? 2009-07-28 21:17:37 Reply

Put a slice of apple or something like that in it and seal it up for a while.

I've tried it. It won't make it perfect but it'll help.

If you had more time you could also put it in the freezer, but it needs two or three hours for that.