Canoe Joint

Simply a joint that doesn’t burn evenly and causes it to resemble a canoe, with one side burned off and the other untouched. Joints will burn badly when rolled poorly/misshapen, allowing air pockets to form, rupture and eventually cause the joint to run. You can easily fix a canoe joint by flipping it upside down, dabbing the fast burning side with saliva to slow the burn and lighting up the other side to even it out. In other words, just burn it off.