Our man in Japan
I don't own an iron....
No stupidity in a good cigarI love complex instructions! Things like inside out with pockets open is always a good one. Or the tumble dry vs not tumble dry. Thinking I'm just going to hit it with the waterproofer and if it doesn't come out clean I'll do a more thorough clean. The helpful staff in Kathmandu were all "just use this..." But I felt like I was just an inconvenience to him tying to pick up his co-worker. Which in turn made me reluctant to trust his advice.
I'll get a humidicrib from the hospital this arv. Gotta keep this cigar in good form til I work up the stupidity to smoke it!
Hot tip: squash the roll flat. Stops the roll from being over yanked and dropping it’s valuable tickets all over the the floor like a runaway train.
Life is too easy up the mountains. Here, in the gun toting, chair throwing lowlands we could get another 2 days out of what you left on the floor.Can I save this over rolling situation?
Didn't rolls in the past have the last square stick to the roll to prevent this tragedy?