Conflict most often regarding the number of heads allowed on a blunt. In many cases blunt drama is caused when more than 3 people attempt to smoke on the same dutch regardless of the fact that all parties have weed to contribute. In addition, blunt drama also comes up when 5 to 6 people want to smoke and 3 people want to close the doors on their blunt in order to smoke one blunt to themselves rather than passing 2 amongst everyone. It is believed that blunt drama originated in Central New Jersey, as only Jersey folk could create outcasts within their own smoking circle.
-Yo sean, how about you, me, Sam and Dave smoke a blunt
-Nah, bro doors are closed at 3 heads
-Well then why dont we invite Evan over and pass 2 between 5 of us
-Because 3 heads is perfect for one blunt
-Yo why you always gotta be causin blunt drama.
Attitude specifically concentrated outward towards a group or individual by someone named Pat. Patitude is characterized by sudden outbursts of annoyance, rage, or emotional discontent with no prior inkling that there were any such feelings brewing. Patitude is often without rhyme or reason and can leave the group or individual to whom the patitude was directed feeling bewildered.
-Yo I called Pat to see if he wanted to chill while I was in town and when he answered the phone he gave me some serious Patitude. I dont know what happened
When two dutchmasters are attached end to end and rolled into one double length super blunt. Not to be confused with a Jersey dub or .08 grams rolled into a single dutchmaster. A dub grizz works best when filled to maximum capacity giving it excellent roll-ability and the desired cannon like appearance. Not for the faint of heart or the inexperienced roller.
Yo Dave, Rudy, I think this vacation calls for a Dub Grizz. Don't tell Evan though he'll just want to roll that Jersey dub grizz.