The art of rolling and smoking a joint has been a popular way to enjoy cannabis for centuries. Records show that the first joint was rolled in Mexico in the 1800s, according to Getting High: Marijuana Through the Ages. In fact, the term “roach” (the end of a smoked joint) originated from the Spanish folk song “La Cucaracha,” a song about a cockroach who can’t do anything because he’s got no pot, reports Leafly. We feel ya, little guy. Thanks to legalization, however, access to cannabis is increasing — and so are the amount of methods in which to consume it.