Marijuana users successfully rolled a 1,000 gram joint measuring 100-feet long at the Harvest Cup Festival. Several participants spent months training for the rolling process. Keith Laham organized the joint-rolling process.
The feat required the assistance of 40 people, according to the Huffington Post. The total weight of the marijuana used in the joint was about 2.2 pounds. It took 3,000 yards of rolling paper to roll the giant joint.
Laham said, “It’s pretty much impossible to roll a 100-foot bone by throwing paper out there and trying to just roll it. But when we get sections and teams of people, then we will be able to do it. We will have guys running up and down making sure it gets connected in the right places.”
The group finished their rolling process precisely at 4:20 p.m. Ali Kamran-Rad said, “First thought is, when do we get to smoke it? That thing is epic!”
Patrick Benton said, “Honestly, I want to know who has lungs powerful enough to suck air all the way from that end, to this end.”
Andrew Mutty, an organizer of the Harvest Cup, said, “It’s almost impossible to smoke it the way it is, so we’re going to break it down into sections, probably pile it up on top of each other, use some of the rolling paper we have to roll it tighter. And then I really want to take a Shop-Vac or something, stick it on the end of it….then a blow-torch, and then just see what happens.”
Although the 100-foot joint is likely a world record, Guinness World Records does not recognize marijuana. The company is based in the U.K. and marijuana is not legal in that sector of the world.