Before attempting anything hereafter, look to your local law to find out if this is legal where you live. I am in no way responsible for anything that goes awry should you decide to neglect your local laws. Or if you obey them either. I'm not liable for anything you do.
Now that everything is nice and legal, lets get to business, shall we?
In the following instructable, I will show you (semi) step by step how to roll yourself a "cross joint" as seen in the movie Pineapple Express.
What you're going to need:
-5-7 rolling papers of your choice. 2 will be used for just the sticky strip. (I used ZigZag slow burning papers by the way)
-Small pointy object. I used an ear-ring and tool on my pliers.
-Couple of grams of your smoking mixture (Shisha, Tobacco, etc..)
Step 1: Break up your smoking mixture.
In the end, you'll need this to be 'fat' enough to poke a decent sized hole in the side without it falling apart or tearing. This hole will have to be big enough to accommodate for step 4.
Step 2: Roll them both up
Now comes the tricky part...
Step 3: Poke some holes
Poke a hole midway down the length of the fatter of the two. You're going to want all three of the sides you plan on lighting to be as close to the same length as possible so your cross doesn't fall in half when the middle burns through first.
You're going to want this hole to be big enough for the second one to pass through, but not so loose something tears or isn't a snug fit.
Step 4: Insert peg A into hole B
You're going to need to find the mid-point of the latter, and poke a hole through it, and then align that hole lengthwise with the one running to your mouth. Now all three sides should be roughly the same length.
Step 5: Seal up the gaps
Cut the little strip of glue off 2 papers and set one aside. Take the other and lick the first inch or so of it, and stick it on the middle of the cross. What you're going to want to do here, is lick the rest of the glue strip in a couple of sections as you wrap it around in an X pattern to seal up any holes.
It took me two strips to cover all the little gaps at the crossing.