Getting drunk and then knocking your hookah with your arm COAL FIRST
is no fun for anyone.
It’s even Fantasia Coal shaped.
Ouch! One of the many reasons why I encourage users to have a wind guard on their hookah while smoking. Not only would it protect your coals from falling off or the wind blowing them, but also protects you from getting hurt.
Here’s what they look like (they’re either standalone or attached to a bowl);
The stand alone wind guard cover just slips over the bowl.
I also have a coal scar on my arm. Mine looks like a F — pretty strange. But the problems with wind guards are their tendency to heat the bowl up. So you have to reduce the coal on your bowl when you use a wind guard (for more than just some minutes) to achieve the same temperature.