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got my first "big boy" bong.

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  • got my first "big boy" bong.

    glass2.jpg
    went to piece of mind and got this mobius piece for 330.
    just had my first smoke session with it and its amazing!
    no more shitty smoke shop pieces for me.
    I love how portable it is, plus it fits in my computer desk..

    I'm so happy with this purchase.
    used my first tax return to get it. (and the new grinder)


    gonna go smoke up and look at some old high times
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    Last edited by trevor; 03-26-2013, 07:44 PM.

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    there was a bigger MIO piece, two disk perc. but what it came down to is, the MIO didn't seem as smooth when I tried it out.
    plus I was just tired of too tall of pieces.

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    • #3
      Congrats! Looks like it'd be a smooth hitter!
      Foot in mouth, and head up asshole.
      Whatcha talkin' 'bout?
      Difficult to dance 'round this one
      'til you pull it out! boy!

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      • #4
        its the first piece ive had that isnt just a tube.... lol

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        • #5
          Looks cool.... I need a new peice...... ROOR..... not the american made roors im talking ordering directly from holland.

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          • #6
            Nice man!
            ROORS definitely cost a pretty penny though.
            I love how this thing is just like holding a soda can in my hand.

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            • #7
              Roots are tight if it was like 2005. German glass is sturdy but with the things American glass blowers have been doing in the last decade blows them out of the water. From scientific to art we are well past them in terms of glass. Buy American, and support local! I mean Nate dizzle, dosher, blaze, gman, royal, ease, Scoz, and all of mothership crew are technically local. And like the möbius! They definitely hit nice. We even have solid prodo lineups in the USA.
              Last edited by duck_duck; 03-26-2013, 09:33 PM.

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              • #8
                Damn man what is that issue of HT, '97, 98? I used to have like 3 years worth from like 98 - 2000
                "I'm a writer, a poet, a genius I know it. I don't buy cheeba I grow it"
                - Beastie Boys

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                • #9
                  It's from '95. There's a good sized antique mall across the the street of the red robin/cruise place on the Seattle water front. That's where I picked up some old ones for a couple bucks a piece. It's crazy seeing all the old articles.

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                  • #10
                    Nice piece!

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by duck_duck View Post
                      Roots are tight if it was like 2005. German glass is sturdy but with the things American glass blowers have been doing in the last decade blows them out of the water. From scientific to art we are well past them in terms of glass. Buy American, and support local! I mean Nate dizzle, dosher, blaze, gman, royal, ease, Scoz, and all of mothership crew are technically local. And like the möbius! They definitely hit nice. We even have solid prodo lineups in the USA.
                      +1

                      U the same duck from icmag?
                      Ask Krinkle... don't ask me!

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                      • #12
                        Oh man, these are some of the first pieces to incorporate that recessed joint like that and I LOVE IT!

                        Really digging these bubblers.....wish i could get one for myself.....

                        congrats on the pickup, that sure is schweeeet!

                        -J
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                        "Show me your plants, tell me how you grow them,
                        and I'll tell you what kind of person you are."

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