What is Zig-zag?
Zig-Zag's - papers used for rolling cigarettes. White is the thinnest, and is distinguished by it's watermark of the zig-zag man and are preferable for rolling joints, but one must be careful not to roll wet pot with one's white zig-zags or one will have trouble getting one's joint to burn properly, the blue papers are a little heavier and are better for rolling cigarettes, or pot which was either freshly picked or "moisened" by your local pot supplier. The green zig-zags are the thickest, and wet proof, therefore they are most valuable for water-skiing, cliff jumping, and deep sea diving. Wherever you live, they'll likely cost you less than the price of a chocolate bar, so even if you don't smoke cigarettes, or pot, I really suggest picking up a pack, simply because they're cool.
"Hi, could I get 6 packs of white zig-zags please."
"Do you think you can really use the green zig-zags under water?"
"Zig-zags are like the world man, it's like you got the papers, keeping everything in, like the ozone and stuff, and like, the pot is like all the trees and people and stuff, and like, they're all like living and stuff.... and then you like, burn it, and like it gets you totally stoned and stuff."
Zig-Zag is an actual brand of rolling paper's.
They have a 'rasta-looking' dude on the pack.
"It was once said I smoked so much weed, by a brother,
that I looked like the nigga on the zig-zag cover." - Cypress Hill IV (High Times)
Zig-Zag (TM) (abbr: zigs): 1: a brand of rolling papers 2: slang for a rolled product made with said papers (usu: a
Zig-Zag cigarette papers were the fist brand of rolling papers. The dude on the pack has been called Pierre, Boris or le zouave (fr: military: light infantry) over the years. legend has it that Pierre invented paper-rolled cigarettes during the Battle of Sebastopol, after his pipe had been destroyed by a bullet while he was enjoying a
- Hey, you got any zigs?
- I like the free burning Zig-Zags, as opposed to the slow burning ones.
Papers for rolling joints.
I need some zig-zags to make some joints out of my load of pot.
a pattern consisting of small, sharp corners arranged in a linear fashion, a serrated line
Draw a zig-zag from point a to point b to and dig along the pattern to find the anchor cable.