**This thread was edited on Mar 29th 2018 at 2:52:22pm
THEDIRTYBUBBLEOn many people's first corks, they do 1 of 2 things:
1. You huck it way too hard/flippy and you throw an underflip 7.
2. You stay corked and can't get upright again.
Solution to number 1: Remember it's more of a spin, than a flip. Throw it like one.
Solution to 2: Mostly caused by not throwing it properly. Remember that a cork involves a 2 spins and 1 revolution. It's not just spinning while throwing your weight back. What helps a lot of people (myself included) is reaching for a grab such as tail/blunt. I don't even have to make the grab, but as long as I reach for it the rotation will go smoothly.
ReetsAdeetsHonestly, just throw it exactly how you would on a tramp.
TheGreenRoomhey bro hows it going?
obviously not too good if you can't cork yet!
First step is to visualise the cork in your head. To get maximal visual effect, taking a strong dose of DMT can help you do this
Next is to approach the lip with as much speed as possible (about 2 grams worth)
When you take off, try to do the cork as hard as you can. the harder you try the better
this has worked everytime for me so it should work for you!