And let's not forget Prince Albert roll your owns . . .
I recall that my maternal grandpa rolled his own Prince Alberts for a time when I was young, and someone who knew that called our number and asked me:
"Does your grandfather have Prince Albert in a can?"I hung up the phone and ignored the ringing that immediately followed, and the phone rang and rang and rang and rang and rang and rang . . .
"Better let him out ha-ha-ha!"
"Who, me?" I asked, not catching the joke and puzzled at the laughter.
The caller turned serious. "Yeah, you or your grandfather."
"I'd better ask Grandpa. He probably wouldn't want me to empty his tobacco without permission."
Long silence. Then: "Not tobacco. Prince Albert!"
"Prince Albert is tobacco."
"No, I mean the real Prince Albert! The man!"
"Idiot" I said. "You can't put a man into a can that small!"