This slang phrase refers to the act of smoking a puffed Cheeto as if it were a cigar or lighting the crushed product in a pipe, usually made of aluminum foil. Smoking Cheetos for a prolonged amount of time will yield a mild high, due to the fumes released from the preservatives found in the "orange dust". A consensus among those known commonly as "The Chester Club" is that smoking exactly two hundred puffed Cheetos will yield a "high" for about five seconds. The high is said to include amnesia, unconsciousness, and total unresponsiveness to external stimuli. Common among those who blaze the chester is the number "200". They say "too hunnit er'day" to indicate that they partake of "that good chedda". Despite the popularity of smoking two hundred pieces in order to achieve a high, smoking out of a large pipe known as a "peace pipe" made of aluminum foil is far more effective. This method involves placing and igniting a cheeto into the end of the pipe. The smoke is inhaled only while the cheeto is ablaze. Participants of this activity usually wear hats that have ear flaps, and modify them to have the flaps stick outwards from the head. These hats are called "Chester Hats". Blazing the Chester originated in northwestern Illinois from a group of teenagers by a fire with nothing but Cheeto puffs and imagination. To this day, people still "Blaze the Chester" and might refer to it as "Chasin' the cheetah", "Crankin' da oranj in da tin", and "Tokin' that good chedda".
Bro 1: "Dude, what the hell are you smoking? Is that a cheeto?"
Bro 2: *cough* "Yeah bruh, I'm Blazing the Chester"
Bro 1: "You dumbass"
Bro 2: "I hit dat too hunnit er'day"
Bro 1: "Lemme get a righteous toke."
Bro 2: "Hand me that foil so we can crank oranj in da tin" *fashions three foot long peace pipe and lights up a piece*
Bro 1: *takes a mad-righteous toke* "......"
Bro 2: "Haha, you like?"
Bro 1: ...(Five seconds later)... "Wh..Wh..Whut?"
Bro 2: "Duuuuude..."