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  1. GlassSculptor

    GlassSculptor Active Member

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    And So To Bed in a Caminetto Cherrywood.
     
  2. Glenn

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    Mmmmm... Presbytarian Mixture after a great dinner. So good I might have another bowl before calling it a night.
     
  3. dubhdarra

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    just smoked a bowl of BBF in one of my guildhalls. after spending a few days on mostly englishes this stuff is a lot more enjoyable, its got a lot more flavor when i'm not burned out on it. props to sas for recommending the cannon ball method, straight to the bottom with like two pieces of anything other than grey ash on ONE light.

    jsut one of those bowls that was utterly perfect.
     
  4. jamie7

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    McB Navy Flake in a Jarl. Lining up a Solani ABF in a Pete 309.
     
  5. ultramag

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    G&H Bob"s Chocolate Flake in an Ashton Old Church LX bulldog.
     
  6. stummel bum

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    Butternut burley in a churchwarden. Wanna see if this blend is a cob-only smoke or not :eek:
     
  7. cst

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    1792 in a meer.
     
  8. cst

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    Peterson's University Flake in a meer, with coffee on the side.
     
  9. jpberg

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    Good Morning,

    Got up very early this morning and had my usual first bowl of Odyssey, this time in a Squatch ball. On the way in to work it was Christmas Cheer 05 in a Squatch olive wood flake pipe.
     
  10. cst

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    Irish flake in a meer, with coffee.
     
  11. Rugbysh9

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    Happy St. Patricks Day!!! Corned Beef & Cabbage + Guinness for all :unsure:

    Pete Aran 999 + Anny Kake

    Thought about and Irish coffee but decided against it
     
  12. GlassSculptor

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    Daybreak in a cob. Black coffee.
     
  13. user0003

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    PA in a MM cob, Twinings and Yes on the tubes.

    Happy Pattie day all!
     
  14. stummel bum

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    Kickin off St. Paddy's Day with some MacB Scottish Mixture and English Breakfast Tea. So much for going green :unsure: That's ok. Going to try and make up for it with some corned beef 'n cabbage w/potatoes later on, all washed down with a sixer of extra stout.
     
  15. Mister Moo

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    Marlin Flake in a Brakner cherrywood driving to the orifice this morning. Sunny - 55*.
     
  16. Rugbysh9

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    5100 in the Tsuge bulldog.
     
  17. user0003

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    Escudo in a Tsuge, Twinings and Lost on Hulu TV.
     
  18. noflex

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    Some WOL Shamrock in a WOL Billiard, pepsi-max on the side.
     
  19. jamie7

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    Butternut Burley in a MM cob - coffee on the side (Horton's double double)
     
  20. stummel bum

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    Cigar leaf home blend in a stanny acorn.
     
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