roll joint

roll joint

In sheet-metal work, a joint formed by rolling the edges of adjoining sheets together and then flattening the roll.
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This is your stereotypical kebab roll joint after all, offering 'grab it and go' meals, or at best 'eat it in the car while parked on the curb' meals.
This is a famous rock and roll joint where there are wall-to-wall groupies.
Wipe those images of pooches trying to roll joints with their paws from your mind - what is being called for is medical cannabis for sick dogs.
As a result, lobster mashed potatoes and lobster mac and cheese now appear on menus all over the country (not to mention the spate of new lobster roll joints in New York City), for much cheaper prices than before.
And while serving time in prison he would use the pages of the Bible to roll joints to smoke.
After an adolescence of burglary, theft and heroin use, his spiritual journey began at the age of 18 in Swansea's prison, where he ran out of cigarette papers and tore pages out of a Gideon Bible to roll joints.
The 'Know Cannabis' books, given to teenagers preparing for GCSEs, include advice on how best to take the drug, whether to use bongs or buckets, and how to roll joints.
On the way Scabies is given a copy of Dan Brown's best-selling thriller The Da Vinci Code by someone who thinks it will inspire him - in fact he finds the only use for it is to roll joints on.
Weber's job had been to smuggle drugs and roll joints for the rock stars while they recorded "Exile".