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How I Came to Love Bongs

March 7, 2015

Heading over to my friend’s house, I wondered back to how it had all started. Rather, I though back to how it had all started over.  I hadn’t smoked since college, and here I was, on a bicycle no less, traipsing over to my buddy’s house to hit the bong.  College had been a blur and a blast of never-ending smoke. It was just as common as beer back then. No one questioned its legality or its morality. It was just something we did, like eat and breathe.  Pass the burgers. Pass the beer.  Pass the bong, man.

But my buddy quickly showed me the advantages of using an acrylic water bong for smoking.  He explained how plastic bong technology had come a long way since back in the day. Resin-resistant, non-odorous, shatter-proof; and more affordable; these were all things that made the new cheap plastic bongs a better buy than the fancy Wizards, or Faeries, or Dark Tower ceramic and glass bongs that used to adorn our coffee table in the 1980’s.  Even the little glass pipes that you can buy out of the lollipop jar at the register are no good, he explained. How so, I asked? They melt.  No way. Way. He showed me one that he had huffed into a blob. So much for glass.

But we started hitting that kush on his newest cylinder, and I must say that I could not tell it was a plastic bong that can be seen here.  The feel was solid, the balance from the carb to the bowl was perfect, and I did not detect a hint of resin stank in the tank.  Hit after hit, it kept its freshness and delivered smooth, even wafts of wavy gravy smoke.  I guess you could say I was hooked on the plastic hookah. https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20101017002108AARu7AK

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