Pure Cannabis #Thaitanic: [Part 1b] Her maiden’s voyage is about to embark, as this floating ganga log’s interior #thaistick funneling begins to take form! I added the cabin to the deck of the ship, making it look like Noah’s Ark, instead of a luxury liner. I packed on an additional 8.5Gs to the hull of the ship, as the continuous hollow cabin extended all the way to the stern, or rear of the ship. I chose the shape of the arched vault for the roof of the cabin, to keep it from collapsing. I added 2 temporary skewers where the cabin & deck meet, to maintain a continuously defined corner. As I pointed out in Part 1a, the cabin will funnel the smoke shooting down from the 4 reducing smokestacks. The smoke will then travelntowards the back, down into the 3 top vents of the thaitanic’s hull where it will cool as it makes its out the front end or bow of the ship. The 4 smokestacks will burn within inches of the smoker’s face, yet will angle away to make it easier to see the ship in action. The most vents that I have burned at once, were 6 with the 30G honeycomb 6-shooter. (see vid & tutorial below). This Thaitanic^ cigar however, is being constructed with 42G’s for the hull, 10Gs for the 4 combined smokestacks, & 8.5Gs for the new cabin. It will merely take a single minute to completely saturate a home with the white, foggy yumminess emmitted by this green 5-Star Liner. This badboy will be made up of mostly body-numbing indicas, yet will feature a few sativas kicks, here and there.. I will eventually encrust the ship with hashy jewels & sparkly wax, to really have me as stable as a newborn fawn. I have actually become a bit concerned that this will be too much of a “good thing”. If I was to smoke this cannaship by myself, I’d reprogram my tolerance for cannabis potency, for a very long time. Luckily, the brutal Thaitanic will pack enough green energy to provide an estimated minimum of 30 sessions, making it the perfect traveling coma-party cruise.. (; ~Have an Awesome Saturday!