How to Roll a simple cigarette
In these uncertain economic times, it's hard enough to justify spending anywhere from $4 to $10 on a pack of cigarettes. Much less with the ever growing taxes most states are tacking on to them now days. In this video, A-Dub Productions demonstrates how easy it is to roll your own cigarettes.
He begins by breaking up his tobacco into medium-sized pieces, between 1 and 10 millimeters (roughly). After this, he lays out a single sheet of cigarette paper, and folds it from the bottom corner at a 45 degree angle. He then fills the paper with the tobacco, and rolls it flush against the table until he reaches 2/3rds the way to the top. Then, he wets the paper with his fingertip, completes the cigarette, and fills the top in with the remaining tobacco that fell out during the roll. A masterpiece!
In only a little over a minute, this gentleman may have taught you all you need to know about rolling your own cigarettes, and possibly saved you some money!