Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by user0003, Jun 13, 2009.
PA in a Kaywoodie Signet, large mug of java on the side as I start my workday.
Very windy and cold outside. Walked about in the wind with a bowl of Dan's Blue Note in a 1/8 bent no name prince..
Started the morning with St. James Flake in the SMS horn meer and a mug of Morning Thunder tea.
Tudor Castle in a Hackert MM Freehand. Company coffee on the side.
Still very windy but went outside for a bowl of Red Paramour in a Royal British ....
Starting the day with a little Best Brown #2 topped with a little Kendal's Dark
Country Road (local blend) in a cheap basket pipe. Good stuff.
Balkan Sasieni in a big Oom Paul Ascorti.
Still windy as heck here.. Went outside twice to smoke it up.. MC Red Cake 5100 in a Royal British Briar then OGS in a Bulldog Meer.. Where is summer ?? Brew time I guess..
Stonehaven in a gurgling basket pipe while sitting on the porch. fantastic.
SG X Blend Limited Edition in my MM Legend on the back porch, Sierra Nevada Torpedo on the side. Life is good! :cheers:
5100 in a bent Kaywoodie.
Another bowl of Five Bros. to help break in the new M de P. This seems foolish with this pipe...bloody thing smokes itself.
I'm really not liking dp and his smug grin right now.
A Dog Bite lager on the side.
Good evening, at long last. Tonight's burnt offering: McClelland's British Woods in a Savinelli Linea 76 #4(a). Starbucks on the side.
Post number 9999 on this thread, by the way. Who will be 10,000?
Nights end here.. Lancer's Slices in a Royal British Sitter..
Congrats, Chuck! 10,000th post!
3 Oaks Syrian in my 35yr old mystery freehand. Pilot error in loading the bowl, had to improvize with pick and shovel on my trusy rusty czech tool, with Bombay Sapphire, shaken not stirred.
Nothing says you're more human like being humbled by stirring loose a bowl and kicking your wife's Yorkie-poo... well, maybe only the first part applies to you...
PS LNF in a Falcon. Another Dog Bite lager.
That would be you.
10k smokes down, wow!
Caledonian 421 in my
Falcon before work. Now
(apparently) I'm sporting
a smug grin. :bling:
Actually it's a Tea-Cup Pomeranian, and she's too fast for me. All the while my Lab looks around and goes "Huh?"