whats the difference between a joint and a blunt?

Discussion in 'Places and People' started by damiantapa, Aug 21, 2008.

  1. damiantapa

    damiantapa New Member

    i have never really known what the difference is
  2. GREENFOODGAMES

    GREENFOODGAMES I LOVE WEED

    the shortest explination I can think of :
    A joint is a standard rolling paper rolled up typically white but others are available

    A blunt is a disassembled cigar re-rolled
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  3. troublemaker420

    troublemaker420 New Member

    exactly..... a joint is wrapped in cigarette paper, a blunt is wrapped in a cigar shell. Same principal basically, but blunts typically are much bigger and burn much slower
  4. noyerva4u

    noyerva4u New Member

    gotta love that slow burning feature
  5. pkster8235

    pkster8235 Lazy Dancer

    I hate to sound like an echo, but the main difference is that it's rolled in cigar paper.. which is hugely different in every way from paper that you use for joints.. you will definitely be able to tell. It's brown, larger and you can definitely taste the difference. Even though there are papers like RAW, etc that are a brown-ish colour and made for rolling joints, you can tell the difference. A blunt is literally made out of a hollowed out cigar.
  6. Freedom_User

    Freedom_User ....Is really high

    A Joint
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    A Blunt

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  7. GREENFOODGAMES

    GREENFOODGAMES I LOVE WEED

    Well if words dont do it Freedom_User's pics will

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