Dear Alice,

What are blunts?

Dear Reader,

What's in a name? Quite a bit, apparently. Blunts, which were so named after the Phillies Blunt cigar brand, refer to cigars that have had the tobacco removed from them and replaced with marijuana. Sometimes, blunts may include crack or PCP if those have been added to the marijuana.

Blunts allow individuals to smoke pot (and possibly additional drugs) discreetly because they look like cigars (what they smell like is a different story). Still, keep in mind that not all blunts are created equally. Six regular joints of pot may be contained in one blunt, so if you decide to smoke a blunt, you may end up smoking quite a lot more marijuana than you would otherwise. There are a number of Q&As in the Go Ask Alice! Alcohol and Other Drugs archives that include more information about marijuana, so check them out!

Here's hoping that this blunt response answered your question. And remember — sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.


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