Product: Cigarette Flavor
pastry cigarette   (+5, -5)  [vote for, against]
herbs rolled in pastry

A healthy alternative to traditional cigs. It's possible to include some tobacco with the herbs. The light, flaky pastry can be lit like a regular cig and inhaled so long as it continues to burn. (Kind of like smoking toast with buttered herbs.)

I would think you could eat the rest when you are done.
-- xandram, Nov 12 2008

he's at least trying it! http://www.iseedrun...%20265%20-%2010.JPG
[xandram, Nov 14 2008]

All the carcinogenicity, none of the pleasure...
-- MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 12 2008

I would think the butter might produce some serious flame.
-- bungston, Nov 12 2008

NO,no butter in the cig, just akin to *toast with buttered herbs*!
-- xandram, Nov 12 2008

//eat the rest when you are done.//

Needs a spittoon of sorts rusting in the corner of the saloon.
-- skinflaps, Nov 12 2008

Umm, pastry dough and bread dough are different .... maybe a sort of ciabatta cigarette would be possible ...

We suggest the pastry cigarette is marketed under the "King Alfred" brand name.
-- 8th of 7, Nov 12 2008

This is actually my response to all the silly pasta ideas of late--- I wanted to make a pasta cig, but just couldn't bring myself to do it.
-- xandram, Nov 12 2008

Just smoke Swisher Sweets or Kahula Cigars and chase it down with some Jack Daniels or Baileys like I sometimes do. Just make sure you can still see straight down the pool stick at the cue ball and that nothing is spinning or moving before you take your next shot though (there should only be 1 pool stick and 1 cue ball when you're lining up your next shot), that's the definition of responsible drinking and smoking.
-- quantum_flux, Nov 13 2008

...maybe I'll just go Pastafarian.
-- 2 fries shy of a happy meal, Nov 14 2008

Spark up a baguette
-- Mony a Mickle, Nov 14 2008

I don't smoke, but I know a lot of people who do. It really smells bad. I think herbs and pastry would smell nice, even if some tobacco was mixed in.
-- xandram, Nov 14 2008

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