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How To Make A Flower From A Cigarette

A few months ago I was in a disco club with some friends dancing, drinking and so on. I almost got in a fight but that's another story. We were having fun through the wh*** night but I noticed there was a boy that seemed to do nothing - just sitting there alone face down to the table while his company was having a good time. In the morning when me and my friends prepared to leave the club, this strange boy jumped, got a girl from our company by her hand and gave her something. They said a few words to each other and we left. Later I realized this guy had given our friend a flower made from a cigarette - something he had been working on the wh*** night. She was so happy then that gave him her phone number. In the longterm he turned to be a jerk but he motivated me to learn how to make a flower from a cigarette myself!

As soon as I got home I browsed the Internet for guides and I found some. Amazed when I saw this magic of turning something harmful and poisoning into something soft and beautiful, I began folding, unfolding, pushing, pulling, tearing... Hours later I did it! And after some days of practice I mastered it!

Here's a guide for you so prepare a cigarette!

1. Remove the tobacco from the paper by lightly twisting and pushing it out. Pull any strands
or chunks out to make it easier.

2. Tap the paper on a surface or squeeze the paper like a toothpaste tube to make sure everything is out.

3. Remove the cigarette filter by pinching and rubbing the filter part. Pull it out as a wh*** or just remove the upper 1/2.

4. Fan out the filter.Grab the filter with one hand. With the other hand, break into the filter by fanning out the strands into "petals". Push the "petals" downwards against the fingers on the hand that is holding it to spread it out more.

5. Create the flower stem.Take the empty cigarette and start twisting & rolling the paper in a thin line. Roll about 1/4 to 1/2 of the filter part with it.

6. Put it together. Place the filter paper back into the filter part so that the petals stick out.

7. Secure them together. Twist and roll a tiny section of where the paper is located inside the filter. This ensures that the petals will stay in.

8. Finish your flower. Flatten the petals on a surface to widen them out.

You can experiment with the "leaves" and "petals". My flowers are different. Every time I add something from myself depending on the person I'm making the flower for :)

I recommend you see THIS VIDEO. I watched it during my first attempts. Good luck!

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Comment by Bongumusa on March 10, 2010 at 7:08am
Informative and story telling. Thanks
Comment by Marko Kolovrat on March 10, 2010 at 12:02pm
wow cool :D
Comment by Jessica Gomes on March 24, 2010 at 3:04am
this is cool: wow!


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