99 Ways to Make a Pipe: Problem Solving for Pot Smokers
Let's face it, when stoners are caught without a pipe, their first thought is "now that I've got weed, how can I smoke it?" This book has the answers you are looking for! Brett Stern, an industrial designer and author of 99 Ways to Open a Beer Without a Bottle Opener, has used 99 devices commonly found around the house that you can use to smoke your blues away. In fact, you will start to see all the items in your home in a different way.
Taking a DIY, humorous, and practical approach, each hack has easy to follow instructions as well as a full-color photo of the finished pipe, bong, or joint to show you how it's done. Cannabis indulgers are known for their resourcefulness and love reminiscing about "that one time" when their own clever hack saved the day. Stern has taken this challenge to the extreme and has created many clever and useful tools.
This witty, how-to guide is a perfect gift for the pot smoker who also enjoys problem-solving, adult projects, and abstract thinking.
Winner - Silver Medal - 2019 PubWest Book Design Awards
112 pages | ISBN-13 978-0983491781 | 99 color images
What people are saying about this book
"Illustrated with clear photos, step-by-step guides, and plenty of dope stoner wit, 99 Ways to Make a Pipe belongs in every lit library as if it were a "break glass in case of emergency”-style pot bible. If you’re ever in a pinch, this book has got your bud and your back." - MerryJane.com
"...this humorous collection of DIY pipes offers a fun take on the idea that stoner ingenuity can solve any problem." - Marijuana Venture
"It worked. Oh my god, it worked." - Brandi TV
About the Author
Brett Stern is the author of two previous titles, 99 Ways to Open a Beer Bottle Without a Bottle Opener and Inventors at Work: The Minds and Motivation Behind Modern Inventions. Stern is an industrial designer and inventor living in Portland, Oregon. He holds 8 utility patents covering surgical instruments, medical implants, robotic garment-manufacturing systems, and food packaging. He has trademarks in 34 countries on his line of Beer Chips® snack foods where he figured out how to put beer into a potato chip without making them soggy and marketed them around the world.
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