Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Prerolled cig papers

Save money!
 
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Ciggies are costly. Mostly it is all the taxes heaped upon them. Folks could save money by rolling their own, but it is just too inconvenient.

I propose a box which contains multiple cigarette papers, rolled into a cylinder, but empty. The filters are at the bottom of each. The open end point upwards. These non-tobacco containing papers would not be subject to cig taxes.

The smoker buys loose tobacco of her choice and shakes it down over the box. It fills each cig cylinder up. Walla! A box of ciggies, for cheap, and no cig rolling hassle. You would have to smoke with the cig held up at a slight angle, to prevent burning tobacco shreds from falling onto your lap.

bungston, Sep 03 2003

They fully baked it http://www.zigzag.com/MYO_Demo.HTM
[kbecker, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 06 2004]

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       These already exist. Except instead of shaking loose tobacco into them (well I guess you could), you use a neat little contraption that stuffs a relatively tightly packed wad into them, one by one though.   

       Not that I'm a smoking aficionado, I despise the things.
RoboBust, Sep 03 2003
  

       smoked fish bones --sorry.
Tiger Lily, Sep 03 2003
  

       [UB] Fishbones are not mandatory in tabaco products, actually most tabacco does not contain any fishbones at all. Fishbone contains a lot of protein and burning protein can give a nasty flavor. Just burn some hair or fingernail clippings in a candle.
kbecker, Sep 03 2003
  
      
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