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Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by user0003, Jun 13, 2009.

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  1. OldSchool

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    Last night I went on a briar-cleaning frenzy, so it's Cob Day while they're recovering. Enjoying my new Forever-stemmed Diplomats and pulling from the little plastic tub where I mix and hold all the leftover crumbs and pinches of tobaccos past. I've labeled that tub "MacArthur Park" because I'll never have that recipe again!
     
  2. Marc

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    Twinings Irish Breakfast and a Falcon algiers loaded with McC St. James Woods...:puffy:
     
  3. troyn60

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    5100 to start my day off.
     
  4. Snake

    Snake permanent ankle biter

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    Just took the Tsuge out on it's maiden
    voyage with some GAF. Very easy
    smoker! I'm quite pleased. The very
    forward cant of the bowl will take some
    getting used to as I can't see what I'm
    lighting.
     
  5. Marc

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    McC Christmas Cheer 2010 in a Falcon with the dover bowl...:D:D:D
     
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  6. GlassSculptor

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    Stonehaven in a bent Dublin

    Curses and Thanks to Mr. Moo again for my first taste of Stonehaven. I really like this stuff!.....:th1:
     
  7. Marc

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    I'm off to my local cigar lounge (right around the corner from my apartment) for a good cup of coffee and a bowl or two of a nice Virginia flake in my falcon as I evangelize the cigar smokers on pipe smoking, it has become my Sunday afternoon ritual... I already have two converts under my belt and one took up the falcon pipe to boot!:ohyh:
     
  8. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    OK....A) I'm jealous. :)

    B) These forward cant bowls can be a PITA...my KW Yacht has some charring thanks to its bent. Well, it may also be thanks to my sucky vision, too. Just don't hold a flame for too long, is all. Good luck with it...she is a looker!


    Its been a weird morning with rolling fog and a nip to the air...almost perfect zombie spotting weather. Alas...

    Sugar Barrel in Sally. Some dark roast coffee on the side.
     
  9. Degenetron

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    Way too dry Billy Budd in a Mario Grandi *cough*
     
  10. ric03

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    Dunhill London Mix in a Savinelli Siena 616, then going for some toast and a cuppa.
     
  11. Prof

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    Bald Headed Teacher in a new to me Ferndown billiard, watching a small storm come in on the porch, a thoroughly brilliant smoke, pipe, you name it...lovely.
     
  12. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    MacB Plumcake in an apple bowled Falcon. Either a year of age, this pipe, or my ever (r)evolving palate is making this quite enjoyable.
     
  13. Marc

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    My first OTC burley (Carter Hall) in a falcon dublin:ccup:on the side, I'm liking this burley in a falcon pipe! Smoking cool, dry and sweet!:th1:
     
  14. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    McClelland's Tudor Castle in a Stanwell dublin. That is an American tobacco company with an English landmark blend name, smoked in a Danish pipe with an Irish name for it's shape. Kind of makes me wish I had a Corona lighter to light it with. At least my ashtray is Chinese.
     
  15. NorseNinja

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    2015 in a Thinbite billiard. My best smoke yet.
     
  16. Snake

    Snake permanent ankle biter

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    A touch of tumble today. So, I
    dug out an appropriate English.
    RRR in my Bjarne freehand.
     
  17. Marc

    Marc Active Member

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    The Prince Albert in my falcon dublin, vitamin water on the side.:puffy:
     
  18. troyn60

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    Firedance Flake in a bent Legend.
     
  19. beaupipe

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    3 Oaks Syrian in a Custombilt Canadian.
     
  20. Marc

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    Middleton's Cherry Blend in a Falcon Plymouth bowl.:thu2:
     
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