roll (one's) own

(redirected from rolling their own)

roll (one's) own

To use loose tobacco to roll one's own cigarettes. A: " Would you like a cigarette?" B: "No thanks, I roll my own."
See also: own, roll

roll your own

make your own cigarettes from loose tobacco.
See also: own, roll
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SMOKING TWO THE number of smokers rolling their own cigarettes has jumped from 3.
People prefer to spend an extra half an hour in the evening rolling their own cigarettes than pay triple price for ready ones.
SMOKERS are turning to cheap cigs, or rolling their own, after VAT went up in January, says a top manufacturer.
Customers are still rolling their own smokes at Tobacco Haven, despite a Superior Court ruling last month that said the Brookline shop is a cigarette manufacturer that hasn't been paying either the mandatory tobacco settlement tax, or making escrow payments.
Released to mark World No Tobacco Day, the research from the NHS Smoking Helpline found the number of smokers rolling their own has also shot up.
More people than ever before are rolling their own in the UK," an Imperial spokesman said.