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Water pipe (piping, Billy, soldier or MOOF,), you can use the general marijuana, tobacco or other filtration device herbal substances.  and gas shows from the left to the port traffic of the upper port of the bottom of the right in the photo.
Structure and function is particularly small, in addition to cheap glass bongs the more portable, it is the water pipes of similar hookah. Pipe by adding a bowl, and that it is a container waterproof with any of the air to direct the lower side of the air, you will be able to stem the construction machine (or slides), it bubble up where following while using [ 2], the water level ("bubble"). To breathe fresh air in Bong, in order to harvest the last remaining smoke, the holes in the "kick-hole" "shotty", "carbohydrate", "choke", "of Bink", "grab", "carburetor" Les will or simply "Hall", somewhere in the lower level Matsuue called, is held in the first covered smoking process, then, when it is opened to allow the smoke to be inhaled into the respiratory system . (: ????, Thailand [b??]), it is a word that refers to the  cylindrical wooden tube, glass bongs pipe or also refers to the smoking of Bong container of bamboo, in cut-off, is the Thai Bongubongu and baung adaptation.
Pipe, in addition to the use of Laos and Thailand Hmong for centuries, was in parts of Africa.  with the words, west of the oldest recorded one of use is bongs is published in one of the meaning "bamboo water pipe smoking kancha, wood, describes the instructions of marijuana and cannabis plants in 1944 MugiKatsu The law English dictionary ,,. "We review in January 1971 of cannabis, also, was using the term. The use of a water pipe for smoking was introduced in China during the late Ming Dynasty (16th century), along with tobacco, through Persia and the Silk Road. By the Qing Dynasty, it became the most popular method to smoke tobacco, but became less popular since the Republic era. While typically employed by commoners, the water pipe is known to have been preferred by Empress Dowager Cixi over snuff bottles or other methods of intake. According to the Imperial Household Department, she was buried with at least three water pipes; some of her collections can be glass bongs in the Palace Museum.
The water pipe employed since the Qing dynasty can be divided into two types: the homemade bamboo bong commonly made and used by country people, and a more elegant metal version employed by Chinese merchants, urbanites, and nobility. Metal utensils are typically made out of bronze or brass, the nobility version of silver and decorated with jewels. Typically, the metal version is made out of the following components:
The water pipe itself, a single-piece construct consisting of the bowl-stem, the water container, and a drawtube at least 3 inches, but some can be up to 12 inches in length. Some are straight with a "Joint" (Sandblasted top part of stem, usually about 1 inch long, and all the way around, tapered or cone shaped, so the tapered, or "cone shaped" bowl will fit in)some are bent to resemble a crane. The size of the bowl is analogous to a one-glass bongs, typically the width of a thumbnail or smaller.
The tobacco container with a lid.
A pipe rack small enough to be held by one hand, and consisting of two large holes for the glass bongs container and the water pipe. It may have smaller holes to hold various pipe tools.
During a smoking session, the user may keep all equipment glass bongs the rack and just hold the entire assembly (rack, pipe, and container) in one hand, lighting the bowl with a slow-burning paper wick lit over a coal stove. Unlike in North America and the Southern glass bongs, the water pipe is typically employed by older generations.