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How to Make a Bong – MacGyver style

The following was submitted to the site via a comment to the Homemade Bong section.. I thought it was so good I’d create a separate post for it.

How to make a Bong:

You need:
-A water bottle. I like using a bottle for airsoft BB’s though. Any kind of plastic container, basically.
-A pen
-A small socket wrench head.
-Adhesive such as chewing gum, electrical tape, play dough, whatever.

1.Take your plastic container and either drink what’s inside, pour it out, or if it isn’t something you drink, pour it into a different container or throw it away.
2.Take the scissors and poke two holes in it. One near the top somewhere along the side of the bottle, and one about three quarters of the way down, towards the bottom, somewhere on the side. Turn the scissors around a little bit to make the holes circular and big enough for a pen to go in. If you’ve ever played a recorder in elementary school, that’s about how big the holes need to be.
3. Take the pen apart. Melt one side of the plastic casing not to burn it, but to be able to jam the socket wrench head in it. When the plastic cools, this makes the socket wrench have a long pipe on the end.
4. Jam the pen side of your pipe through the lower hole of the water bottle.
5. Take the cap off of the water bottle if you haven’t already.
6. Use any gum or playdough you might have to make it air tight except for the mouthpiece, and the carburetor hole.

To use:
1. Fill with water past where the pen side of the pipe sits in the bottom of the bottle. You don’t need a lot of water, but more means cooler smoke. If you prefer, and I do, try to make the water as cold as possible, or add in some mint extract, or maybe throw in some ice if you can fit it in the bottle. It’s awesome.
2. Pack your bowl full of tobacco, or whatever you’re smoking.
3. Light your lighter, put your mouth around the top of the bottle, and put your finger on the hole at the top.
4. Inhale until the bowl is completely cleared if you can, or just inhale as much as possible.
5. Just before you’re done hitting it, take your finger off of the carb hole at the top as to clear the bong of smoke.
6. Wait about 5 seconds, exhale.
7. Repeat forever and every day.


Disclaimer: Make sure you use non-toxic materials in the making of your smoking device, because when heated, most caustic plastics can melt and inhaling these ARE DANGEROUS.

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One comment

  1. Hi, Wrench tools are usaly made from chrom vanadium and thats a realy toxic metal.


    All vanadium compounds should be considered to be toxic. Tetravalent VOSO4 has been reported to be over 5 times more toxic than trivalent V2O3.[60] The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has set an exposure limit of 0.05 mg/m3 for vanadium pentoxide dust and 0.1 mg/m3 for vanadium pentoxide fumes in workplace air for an 8-hour workday, 40-hour work week.[61] The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has recommended that 35 mg/m3 of vanadium be considered immediately dangerous to life and health. This is the exposure level of a chemical that is likely to cause permanent health problems or death.[61]
    Vanadium compounds are poorly absorbed through the gastrointestinal system. Inhalation exposures to vanadium and vanadium compounds result primarily in adverse effects on the respiratory system.[62][63][64] Quantitative data are, however, insufficient to derive a subchronic or chronic inhalation reference dose. Other effects have been reported after oral or inhalation exposures on blood parameters,[65][66] on liver,[67] on neurological development in rats,[68] and other organs.[69]
    There is little evidence that vanadium or vanadium compounds are reproductive toxins or teratogens. Vanadium pentoxide was reported to be carcinogenic in male rats and male and female mice by inhalation in an NTP study,[63] although the interpretation of the results has recently been disputed.[70] Vanadium has not been classified as to carcinogenicity by the United States Environmental Protection Agency.[71]
    Vanadium traces in diesel fuels present a corrosion hazard; it is the main fuel component influencing high temperature corrosion. During combustion, it oxidizes and reacts with sodium and sulfur, yielding vanadate compounds with melting points down to 530 °C, which attack the passivation layer on steel, rendering it susceptible to corrosion. The solid vanadium compounds also cause abrasion of engine components. (wikipedia)

    Smoke safe and buy a bowl for you bong or carve one out of wood…

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