We haven’t decided which is funnier: the fact that there’s a book called How To Roll A Blunt For Dummies!, or that a tutorial on something most 15-year-old weed enthusiasts learn how to do in about five minutes is 128 pages long.
Either way, as the book’s salesman was sure to point out when we bumped into him in the East Village on Saturday, the book’s back cover doubles as a hard surface on which to break up marijuana prior to rolling a blunt, much like Cosmo Kramer’s coffee table book about coffee tables doubled as, well, a coffee table — which is completely unnecessary, but totally awesome.
See a description below:
“How to Roll a Blunt foe Dummies! is a nut and bolts guide on how to roll a blunt…for dummies! If you ever wondered how to crack a blunt with your fingers or agonized over the correct amount of tokes to takes from a blunt while participating in a session ….then this book is for you. By exploring the subculture of weed smoking in this country we demystify the intricate world of rolling and smoking blunts. Once you finish reading How To Roll A Blunt For Dummies! you might never be able to pass a drug test again! Plus it’s only book with a designated area to break down your weed.”