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    roll a joint?

    Hello! Id like to know the meaning or translation of this phrase "roll a joint" I know that it is related to drugs, but Im not sure about the exact meaning

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    Smile Re: roll a joint?

    A joint is a marijuana cigarette, hand rolled using a cigarette paper. So to roll a joint means to do just that. To roll up some "grass" in a cigarette paper.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pat_perth View Post
    A joint is a marijuana cigarette, hand rolled using a cigarette paper. So to roll a joint means to do just that. To roll up some "grass" in a cigarette paper.
    Thanks, I got it! I thought that it was like "smoke dope", but now with your explanation Ive understood the meaning of this phrase. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat_perth View Post
    A joint is a marijuana cigarette, hand rolled using a cigarette paper. So to roll a joint means to do just that. To roll up some "grass" in a cigarette paper.
    You old toper


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    Rolling up grass, you'll be laying the lawn next.


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    Quote Originally Posted by curmudgeon View Post
    You old toper
    I'm starting to like you curmudgeon "pat is it? Yes, many of the olds came from the emerald isle - both sides of the family. Just by way of defence, I actually have never smoked the stuff at all at all, but have been known to roll on the grass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat_perth View Post
    I'm starting to like you curmudgeon "pat is it? Yes, many of the olds came from the emerald isle - both sides of the family. Just by way of defence, I actually have never smoked the stuff at all at all, but have been known to roll on the grass.

    Good man, do you mean roll in the grass?

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    A person could get the munchies from reading this thread.... (Unfortunately, there is no Nacho Cheese Doritos smiley.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ouisch View Post
    A person could get the munchies from reading this thread.... (Unfortunately, there is no Nacho Cheese Doritos smiley.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ouisch View Post
    Unfortunately, there is no Nacho Cheese Doritos smiley.
    We used to have one, but Curmudgeon ate it.

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