Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by Mister Moo, Jul 25, 2011.
Irish gang signs??
Nah, but after looking at my post I believe I could ride on Samm's bus.
Nope. No glass eye and no helmet so no short buss for you.
Now that's how you smoke a daysworth of leaf, lovin' all your gurlz at once! I've done three at once, more often do two when feeling giddy. Usually one burning bowl and a DGT on the side
Nice gaggle of Petes ya got there!
The last thing you see before the Walther PPK goes pop
It's not a Pete. I'll have to take a look at it because I can't remember the brand. It's actually the first briar I ever bought, and still one of my favorites. It's a fake military mount and smokes *great!*
People used to wonder how my bird dog could smell birds after riding in my pick up while I was smoking a pipe enroute to the hunting fields. I would open a window a bit so the smoke never got very thick. I never worried about his health because a dog's lifespan is too short for them to develop complications from smoke inhalation.
http://www.*******************.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=43&d=1327995238It's not usual for me to clench this 1/2 pound of Custom-bilt briar. FAIL SORRY.
Happy to see I'm not the only guy to do "self-portraits" in the car!
Remember when I listed a Kaywoodie White Briar under my "Best & Worst" pipes?
I'm rethinking this funny looking Kaywoodie, as I found an identical one on eBay last night- it is called a "Vest Pocket Pipe"- this would explain the odd bowl shape and angular design.
From the Briar Files:
The Kaywoodie company was very good at coming up with any excuse they needed never to waste a piece of briar. You got a leftover piece that might make a pipe except it's too narrow? Don't throw it away! Let's make a pipe anyway and come up with a good reason for it later.
This is the EZ Set Vest Pocket pipe in shape #66. It looks sort of flattened because it was, so it would fit in your pocket more comfortably (yes! really! we meant to do that!).
It's not the easiest pipe to clean much less tamp as the normal pipe tool won't fit. And the stinger won't come out! But again, that's where Fuzzy Sticks again come in handy...but I have to wait to get my "cleaner of choice" after payday. And it's the right size to tuck into a jacket pocket.
Just make sure there aren't any California Lab Rats around, I've heard the smoke is really bad for them.
One of the reasons I first disliked the Kaywoodie Vest Pocket, was the draw was terrible! This was due to a really heavy cake and crud all throughout this pipe; and after a total cleaning I was able to actually find the hole in the bottom front of the bowl, as well as clean the tiny holes on the stinger. But since all I had was rubbing alcohol, I'm letting this fully aerate before using it again. Now it can move up the chain to a "Smoker".
I have one of these too. Haven't smoked it yet.
Labs don't use rats anymore. Lawyers are cheaper, more plentiful and the lab technicians don't get emotionally attached to them.
Sorry for the double post. I had a pewter glitch.
I don't smoke around my dogs except outside. I've lost two to cancer already. I'm not blaming myself for that but I'm not adding to the danger for them either.
As the bowl hole is down and front, if you didn't know where it was, you'd be digging- if it had a heavy nasty cake like mine did. And the stinger, once cleaned, has "DRINKLESS" stamped on it- but that lil' bugger is not gonna budge- I can see plier marks on it. But a pipe cleaner will run through it, and my Fuzzies did a great job on the 4 holes on the stinger's ball. Now- with an way better draw, it's not a bad little pipe!