A term started at Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana, the word "flow" describes the direction of the air flow in ones dorm room. The air flow direction can be used to determine whether or not it is straight to smoke some cronular nuggotrons in ones room. If in fact the air is coming in from the window and out through the door cracks, depending on how many times you have been written up, smoking would be frowned upon. If the flow is in through the door and out the window, one should not hesitate to burn it down. Although ill advised, one may shove a towel under the door to keep stanky cron from leaking into the hall when ones flow is not ideal.
Bill-Yo, you trying to blaze in here? Dave- Naw son. Lets go up to Mike's room, the flow is way better. Bill- Kimono Dog.
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