The Japanese art of paperfolding, the name deriving from two Japanese words, "ori" meaning to fold, and "kami" meaning paper.
Origami is intricate and delicate, amusing and entertaining, beautiful yet inexpensive, and made from one of man's most versatile creations. No wonder origami was revered by the ancient Japanese, adored by children around the world and throughout the ages, and is now regarded as a creative and sophisticated art form.
Rolling a joint. Stemming from the original meaning of the word, "Origami," the art of paper folding. Used in the context of smoking marijuana, this usage of the word is most appropriate when clever variations of the standard joint are created, such as "The Cross Joint".
Guy 1: Hey, dude, I'm sick of this job. All I want to do is go home and burn one down.
Guy 2: For sure. I can't wait to get home, bust out those papers, and do a little origami, myself.