A glass bong is a preserved chamber half-full with water. It has two pipes – one with a bowl on the end that goes into the chamber under water level and an additional pipe with a spokesperson on the end that enters the chamber and stays above water level. The bowl is used to place the tobacco or herb which is inhaled on the spokesperson. The lower air force in the chamber causes air to travel from the bowl, through the water, into the chamber and into the lungs.
A bong seems alike to a water pipe but the emotion is dissimilar. With a water pipe one gradually draws the burn through a hose and water. Using a bong the smoke will pass the water extremely rapidly and enters correct into the lungs