FUBAR Moonrock Joints
We were playing around trying to make the best Moonrock J’s in the country and we went a little crazy. These joints contain approximately 0.75g’s of Tom Ford Pink Kush, 0.5g’s of Unicorn Poop Kief and 0.75g’s of THC Distillate! If you can smoke a whole one by yourself then you are a Cannabis Heavyweight, (and may want to consider a tolerance break, 😉).
These joints will likely not be restocked as we put so much Distillate on them that we’re not going to recoup our cost, they have to be smoked in a special way, and they can be a little messy.
Why are they called FUBAR Joints? FUBAR is Canadian slang for Fucked Up Beyond All Repair/Recognition; this seems like a fitting title for these Joints.
How to Smoke a FUBAR Moonrock J
There’s so much THC Distillate on these joints that they can be a little difficult to smoke. Here are some tips and techniques that we learned from selflessly testing many of these joints.
-It’s best to keep the J’s in a cool environment like a fridge. If the joint warms up too much then some of the distillate may rub off in the container.
-Do not try to pull the joint out of the container if it’s sticking to the side, instead tap the side of the container on a hard surface and the Joint should come loose.
-You may want to use a small clean container like a shot glass to put your joint into when it’s not being held. It’s best if the joint is mostly held pointed down so the distillate can roll down to the tip. You may want to even pass the shot glass around with the Joint as some distillate may fall from the Joint.
-Every now and then when the distillate is really heavy at the tip then you may want to hold it vertically so the distillate flows towards the base and doesn’t drip off.
-If you have an ashtray then ash into there but it’s best not to leave a FUBAR joint laying in an ashtray as the distillate will cause any ash in the ashtray to stick to the Joint.
This Joint will get you really high! It’s great for special occasions or when you really need relief. There is nothing else like this available in Canada. Novices should use with caution.
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