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  1. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    I've filled, and subsequently dumped, two different bowls of burley...Sugar Barrel and Boswell's burley...both tasted like baby pooh today.

    Just fired up some 5100, and yeah...much better. Virginia for the win.
     
  2. freestoke

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    I think I'm trying to catch up lost smoking time! Let's see, Walnut, Walnut, Walnut, Lord Methley's + PS Nougat, PA + TBM pouch bottom, and on to more pouch bottom in the MM Pride. More coffee -- another pain pill! This is great!
     
  3. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Evening, ladies-

    Irish Flake in the Falcon, sweet tea to chase.
     
  4. Rugbysh9

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    Where????? :groucho: I call dibs on the ugly one with the mole :whistle:

    Getting ready to head out into the elements armed with a Nording Hunter '99 / SG Balkan Flake and armed with my trusty Xikar lighter :punk:
     
  5. Mington

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    C&D Opening Night on deck and ready to go in my Pete
     
  6. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    That's not an ugly lady...it's a transvestite. And that's no mole, it's a gerbil. Also, while pvc is technically a 'pipe', I don't see what...

    Wait...

    Oh....yeah....no wonder you called 'dibs'.


    Moving on....smoking Gold Rush in my 'straight' Kirsten.
     
  7. raistlinsk

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    RLP-6 in a Viking!
     
  8. ZuluSafari

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    WO Larson Old Fashioned in a new meer.
     
  9. Dondi

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    trying out Wilderness in a Celtic 69 (bent billiard).

    So far I've tried this new blend in a Brebbia Tomato, a Savinelli Prince, and a Falcon Dover. Good smokes, but not great.

    And the best smoke so far was in the.... Celtic 69! maybe because it's so well-caked?

    anyways I just love it when I find a combination that works. I guess that means I can hold on to that 2nd tin in the cellar after all. :bing:
     
  10. Snake

    Snake permanent ankle biter

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    Saw one of these over at SP.
    Almost pulled the trigger!

    Capstan Original in a Castello
    Sea Rock dublin before work.
    Amazing smoke!

    dp
     
  11. jpberg

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    Good Morning,

    Back to P&W 400, in a Squatch Dublin.
     
  12. simongrant

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    Good Morning,its orlik bullseye in a no name bent with a large mug of coffee,before heading for the salt mines gonna load up a bowl with firedance flake to be smoked this evening on return from salt mine.

    Have a good day whatever your doing

    simon
     
  13. freestoke

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    Another day starting with PA and the FourDot pot. Hard to beat, really. Coffee's especially good this morning, too.
     
  14. velveteagle

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    Starting my morning with a bowl Dan's Blue Note.. Looks like a damp cold morning outside..Glad I have a good blend to share with it..
     
  15. freestoke

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    Think I'll do a Sasieni rotation this morning -- on to the TwoDot apple with CH! More coffee!
     
  16. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    OGS in my Hackert freehand. Coffee and Tylenol on the side.
     
  17. Barako

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    Tuggle hall in a Dunhill inner tube. Hot cocoa on the side.
     
  18. Snake

    Snake permanent ankle biter

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    DGT'd the last bits of Capstan Original
    in the Castello. Flavour straight to
    the bottom! I'd weep profusely if I
    ever ran out of Capstan.

    dp
     
  19. freestoke

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    On to the Sasieni Mayfair! Trying to empty the pouch to make way for some fresh tobacco in there -- the mystery mix in the secondary pouch, a blend of 1Q, PA, TBM, and CH. (Anybody else with a pouch with two compartments? I use the main pouch for the most part and the spills go into the other pouch when I fold it up, giving me a bunch of leftovers in there.) Anyhow, not bad at all! Coffee and triple tylenol and hydrocodone on the side.
     
  20. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Stonehaven in the Falcon. Sweet tea this go round.
     
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