Under cannabis prohibition, nothing signified one’s love of the plant more than bongs – but health-conscious users who prefer to vape don’t have much use for them.

In the stoner culture that flourished under cannabis prohibition, nothing signified one’s love of the plant more clearly than the water pipes known as bongs.

This was for practical as well as symbolic reasons. Bongs offer more smoke and a smoother hit than pipes or joints.

Whether in use or not, they convey a clear message: marijuana is smoked here. 

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Alex Halperin ~ TheGuardian.com

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