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How to Play:
2 players required
– Player 2 — Prepare timer
– Player 1 — Hit the blunt in one continuous inhale for as long as you can, without exhaling. Exhaling ends your round and stops the timer.
– Alternate between timer and inhaling for three rounds.
– The player who inhales the longest for the most rounds wins the challenge.
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A spliff is a blend of cannabis and tobacco, usually in cigarette rolling papers.
Here are some things to consider before you get out that tobacco leaf or hit the corner store for a blunt wrap:
Joints are the simplest of the bunch. They’re just ground marijuana rolled in cigarette papers. Sometimes people roll them with a crutch, which is basically just a stiffer bit of paper to hold the weed in place.
The terms blunt, spliff, and joint are often used interchangeably, but they’re not quite the same. To make things a bit more complicated, pot lingo varies from place to place.
Both marijuana and tobacco smoke can damage your lungs and increase your risk for several serious conditions. Adding tobacco to marijuana just means you’re getting the damaging effects of tobacco, too.
As for the name? It comes from the Phillies Blunt cigar brand.
Here’s a look at what it all means in the United States.
The word spliff is West Indian and is said to be a take on the words “split” — as in split the difference between weed and tobacco — and “whiff,” referring to the smell of the smoke. Or, perhaps, referring to how adding tobacco masks the smell of the pot.
Adding tobacco means less pot, which is good, right? Not necessarily.
A blunt can be several things, depending on who you ask. We'll take a look at what it usually refers to and how it compares to a joint or spliff.
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