FaZe Rain demonstrates the weirdest way to roll a joint - Dexerto
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FaZe Rain demonstrates the weirdest way to roll a joint

Published: 3/Jul/2019 18:13

by Meg Bethany Koepp

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FaZe Clan‘s Nordan ‘Rain’ Shat might be known mostly for his Call of Duty and vlog-style YouTube videos, but he shocked viewers with a surprise upload on June 29, where he instructed fans on ‘how to roll a joint’ – with a hilarious twist.

YouTubers are known to upload some unexpected things from time to time, but FaZe Clan’s Rain took his June 29 video to a new level, after he taught his viewers how to roll a joint with a hilarious twist.

The 23-year-old was worried about violating the platform’s rules, so instead of using nuggets of weed to make his “joint”, he used pieces of bread instead.

But before he began…

Rain started the video off with a legal disclaimer, stating that his video is not meant for anyone under the legal age. “If you are not over the age, or don’t even know what I’m talking about, get the f*ck out of here. This isn’t intended for you. Although, there’s nothing wrong with this video actually, when you guys see what’s going down.”

He then jokingly put rapper Soulja Boy on blast for his rolling skills. “What is that bro? Come on!” he laughed as he shows a picture of the ‘Crank Dat’ star holding a zoot. “Come on, bro. No offence, I liked Crank Dat, y’know? I got some respect for you, brother. But, chill.”

Soulja BoyRain roasted Soulja Boy’s rolling skills.

His hilarious technique

Rain then plunged straight into his rolling technique, and began by showing viewers a genius tip on how he keeps his Backwoods rolling papers fresh. “Turn on the water, literally get your fingers a little wet, and just start flicking [the water] into the pack. Just flick it, flick that shit!” He then went further, dunking a whole paper underwater to show what he does when its extra dry. “Soak that hoe!”

The YouTube star proceeded to place the rolling paper between two sheets of paper towel to dry it off, before moving onto the bread part. “I don’t want to get in trouble. Even though I live in Canada, I don’t wanna get in trouble. So what we’re doing today, is we’re using 100% whole wheat Dempster’s bread.” 

YouTube: FaZe RainRain showed his viewers how to roll a joint… With bread.

Rain then proceeded to squash the bread into little “nuggets” before placing them on his now-dry Backwoods paper. He then grabbed the corner of the paper and began to roll. “You just keep packing and rolling – that’s it!” he explained, as he shoved more pieces of bread into his creation. “Hold [the joint] on one end, and just keep packing – more bread, more bread.”

“Oh yeah, this is looking good, man. This is a FAT Backwood.” he exclaimed proudly, before licking the zoot to seal it shut, and holding it up to show off the finished product. “All I know is that this shit’s WAY better than Soulja Boy’s – come on! Look at this artifact, we got a beautiful Backwood right here!”

The YouTuber hilariously revealed that he was sorely tempted to smoke the bread-filled dooby as it looked so realistic. But instead, he decided to see if he could trick Lucas ‘FaZe Blaziken’ Mosing into thinking it was real. Rain showed off the joint on video chat, before crumbling it up and destroying it. “WHYYYYYY?!” Lucas shouted, before realizing it was just bread.

It’s so funny how far people are prepared to go to avoid any potential troubles, but Rain more than proved his joint rolling skills, since it’s doubtful many people could roll that well using dried up paper and pieces of bread. Props to him!

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Top 5 ways to use TikTok’s time warp scan filter trend

Published: 21/Oct/2020 12:48

by Alice Hearing

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The time warp scan filter is mega-popular on TikTok right now with more than 2.1 million videos using the video effect.

The app’s biggest creators are experimenting with the weird ways the effect can warp your body, from Bella Poarch to Loren Gray. With a little bit of thinking outside the box, the filter can be used in all sorts of bizarre and wonderful ways. the filter works by freezing the image on the screen incrementally as a blue line moves down, or across the screen.

These are the best and most imaginative ways creators have used the time warp scan.

Turning yourself into a genie

This creator very carefully placed an open kettle in the foreground and stood on a stool holding the classic genie pose.

When the scan got to the right point, he lifted himself up using the door frame, kicked out the stool, and wiggled his legs to make it look like he was coming out of the kettle. Genie-us!

@cjdailydosewhat are your wishes ##timewarpscan ##genie ##fyp ##fu♬ School – 🌵🌻🥀

Making your hand really really long

Creators are hilariously using the filter to make their arms look very long and wiggly, and often in clever scenarios like picking up the remote from a faraway table. The tricky bit is trying to make it as smooth as possible, and follow the scanner at the right speed.

@jeremylynchIf only getting the tv remote was this easy… 😂 ##timewarpscan♬ Despicable Me (From “Despicable Me”) – Hot Contender

Saying hi to your evil twin

Simple but effective. Pose as you would normally for a picture in front of a mirror, when the scanner hits the right point, make your pose different in the mirror to make it look like you have a twin in a parallel universe.

@yungk2xs##TimeWarpScan♬ الصوت الأصلي – ((طيبة *الاحساس 😍))

Turning yourself into a severed head

These two girls managed to make it look like one of them didn’t have a body, with one holding her head between her hands, and the other running out of the shot before the scanner reached below her neck.

@maisiesampsonx##TimeWarpScan ##fyp##tiktok##viral##foryoupage♬ press the share button 3 times really fast – ebony (430k) ✞

Recreating the iconic Tim Burton character look

In the spirit of spooky season, creators are using the filter to look like iconic Tim Burton characters by pulling their eyes down to look droopy and sucking in their cheeks to look thin and malnourished. Phantomsigns made herself look almost exactly like the Corpse Bride.

@phantomsignsthanks for showing me how @spaghettandmeatball ##DialItForward ##timewarpscan ##timburton ##fyp♬ Ice Dance (From “Edward Scissorhands”) – Ashton Gleckman

If you’re inspired by these videos, why not challenge yourself to come up with a new way to use the time warp scan filter?