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nosewarmer article

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by FiveKai, Jun 20, 2012.

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  1. FiveKai

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  2. Hudson

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    Excellent article; thanks for the inspiration.
     
  3. Johnny Dingo

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    I want that McDonald Bulldog halfway down the page. Like, really friggin want it.
     
  4. Old Ted

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    interesting, but as someone who has a pipe in the mouth a lot - while working with my hands, a nosewarmer just seems to put too much smoke into my eyes and nose!, especially when bent over making or examining small items - give me a long, light Canadian any time!
     
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    Interesting article. For obvious reasons.
     
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    OOPS, my bad for double post.
     
  7. FiveKai

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    i really like the pipes they highlighted in the article. I find a nosewarmer to be perfect smoke dosnt get in my eyes and fits in the pocket perfectly. DGEs cob have been in my daily rotation since i got them. i like that the cobs dont get wet as much as briars. not only do they absorb the juices but i thing the shcnk protruding into the bowl allows the wet stuf to sit at the bottom and keeps it from traveling up the stem? what ever it is it works for me. i just ordered a santia cob to try out lets see how this cob works for me.
     
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