Dr. June Bug Diddums here, and I have your lesson! Today we’ll learn the history behind rolling papers. You may think you know the 411, but ya don’t!
Kahn Ibis Mohamed was the most prolific trader on the Kush plains. His danka was tops, and everyone traded for Kahn Ibis smokes, as they were known on the Silk Road. Stufi was no different.
After bartering some skins for the heralded inhales, Stu rushed home with the greatest of anticipation. Upon arrival, he was confronted with his beautiful wife, Isis, sweeping up some debris.
Ayana, his mother-in-law, looked at him and her mouth said, “Sorry,” though her eyes said, “Not!” Stu was about to ask, “Sorry for what?”, when he noticed his beloved pipe was the debris. Had the movies been around then, Stu would’ve fallen to his knees and yelled, “Nooooooooo!”
An hour later, Stufi left a poem on papyrus for his Isis. Unfortunately Ayana found it, read it, and burned it. Why? Maybe the words upset her.
T-rex’s are grey-
Sticky icky is brown-
Get rid of Mama-sauraus-
So we can get down!
Stu was preparing to voice his displeasure about the burning papyrus, when the smell crossed his nose. Then the heavens shined down upon him and he smiled. He was soon out back rolling the first one!
So remember Stu Piede, the next time you roll a doobie!