In the last year or so, joint-rolling has evolved into an art form unto itself. Just search the hashtag #creativerolling on Instagram and you’ll see everything from a football-shaped joint to a blunt shaped like Kim Kardashian’s rear-end. Pioneered by Tony Greenhand, ValleyRec420, and a few other popular Instagram accounts, joint and blunt rolling have become somewhat of a (seriously impressive) phenomenon, and, to a certain extent, even a competition. Tons of MacGuyver stoners out there have noticed the fad and begun attempting their own creative rolls in an effort to woo the cannabis community. Thus was born The National Joint League, an Instgram-based competition that pits Instagram’s most creative rollers against one another in head to head battles. Think of it as the NCAA tourney for people who roll weed really, ridiculously well. The competition starts with a sweet 16, and eventually, one champion will roll him or herself above the rest. Since it takes place on Instagram and not the web, the tournament’s voting system is pretty simple and transparent. Users either vote “1” or “2” for the roll that they think is the most creative:
Round One is officially in the books, and the eight winners’ rolls will are seriously mental and will leave you questioning why you can’t even roll a cross joint. Here they are:
@Boppin954 hit the bulls-eye with his rifle blunt:
@BluntedBastard’s roll looks more like a Doo-Doo emoji-rig than anything else to me. But I’m high. Either way, if it is doody, I would gladly touch it:
@ValleyRec420 went Chewbacca on us with the X-Wing blunt:
@dgkallday222‘s roll may be my favorite. In 2015, people smoke iPhones. Literally:
@TonyGreenhand’s “Angler Fish” Bloint (yes there’s joints inside the blunt) is simply outrageous:
@p_mhs delivered a Tree of Life. The Giving Tree. Whatever you call it, we’d smoke it:
@natureslabextracts made an oil rig into a blunt:
@tyrusthom0seben flashed a double barreled blunt:
We’ve come a long way since cones and tulips, baby.
Round Two starts on January 15 so give The National Joint League a follow and cast your vote for the Elite Eighty!