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The Viagra pipe

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by 1858remington, Feb 9, 2012.

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  1. 1858remington

    1858remington Active Member

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    Ok, I get that the "Tail" catches the moisture. But a Phalic pipe hanging from your mouth leaves much to be desired.
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    By smokingmetal at 2012-02-09
     
  2. Ozzie

    Ozzie Member

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    I would not want to be seen within 50 feet of a pipe like that. It is simply obscene. I'm sure there is a more aesthetically pleasing way to deal with the issue of moisture.
     
  3. Lestrade

    Lestrade Active Member

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    Yeah, that one is a big pass.
     
  4. Steve Dennis

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    I wouldn't be seen anywhere with that pipe--public or private!
     
  5. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Doesn't cross me that way. It's a cavalier style. I'd have no problem being seen(not obscene) with it.

    Now there have been other threads here with pipes that were meant to look exactly like a male member. (No, not Rewster, either.)
     
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  6. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Figured i'd add...as an electrician, you know how many light finials i've installed with that same acorn(ish) style look? It's countless.
     
  7. Mington

    Mington Well-Known Member

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    I know of 2 or 3 PSF'ers that might dig it.:whis:
    (Not me)
    heh
     
  8. Russell Hartman

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    I really do care for the style of the pipe. I will keep it clean in my comments, but the over all pipe simply doesn't even remotely appeal to me. To each his, or her own--it may be the pipe that calls a certain persons name, and is a must have---me I will pass.
     
  9. Russell Hartman

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    MY GOD------I meant't to say I really DO NOT care for the style of the pipe-----forgive my typing error again. NO--I don't want that pipe:doh:
     
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  10. t-bear

    t-bear Well-Known Member

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    Send it here Rem...I'll give it a good home. The Cavalier is a good looking, great smoking, easy maintenance pipe. Wish I had kept my last one......let a good buddy talk me out of it. :doh:
     
  11. ChrisAtRGI

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    Lol, it's a boy!
     
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  12. Russell Hartman

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    Consult a physician if the fire in that pipe lasts longer than 4 hours as it may also cause loss of vision, and hearing. Stop smoking it if this occurs.---I couldn't resist----:laff:-----------does the piece on the bottom have a reservoired tip----ok I'll stop:xd::byg:
     
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  13. t-bear

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    The tip on true Cavs will unscrew to facilitate cleaning....the area just above acts as a reservoir to trap excess moisture. That looks like a bone or horn tip on that one...nice!

    These are really cool, dry smokers. Make fun if you must, but they *are* good pipes.
     
  14. Ozzie

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    I'm sure there is also a perfectly good rationale behind men wearing kilts, but you will never see me wearing one. Sometimes perception trumps utility, and the similarities between this pipe and a certain anatomical part of the male homo sapiens body is just too great for me to feel comfortable smoking this pipe.
     
  15. Russell Hartman

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    Guys forgive me with my poking fun--PLEASE accept my apology if I in fact offended ANYONE. I must admitt I like the idea as far as dry smoking, and cleaning. Its a pipe shape that doesn't jump out at me as a must have. The materials used in this pipe are nice--briar has nice grain, and the cav tip has a smokey hew to it---it is pretty, but me---and just me its a shape that doesn't trip my trigger. Granted for those who like the design, or engineering features--I can see why---looks like the lower part would trap moisture, and the fact the cav tip comes off--drain mositure--and cleaning---looks like a real breeze. It kinda reminds me of a briar version of the german wine pipes. ---I actually new a guy from Germany as a child who smoked one--tassles, and all---I always thought it was cool as heck. Anyhow--its a unique take on pipes---not for everyone-----yeah--if you were sitting near me smoking it---I would not make fun--its all in what one enjoys.
     
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  16. Ozzie

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    I agree with Russell's post, and my apologies if my remarks offended anyone.
     
  17. Ol Brokedik

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    Oh, you'ld meet some interesting people while your smoking it.
     
  18. ChrisAtRGI

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    Excuse me sir, is that a pipe you are smoking or are you just happy to see me?

    Hehe, ok ok I'll stop. Certainly I'm sure nobody including myself meant to offend anbody, appologies if I did.
     
  19. Mount Mandolin

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    Lol, I got a million of 'em in reference to that thing.

    Really though, if I need something that smokes dry, has a moisture reservoir, and also LOOKS GREAT... I'll go with a System Peterson, thank you very much.
     
  20. t-bear

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    No offense taken gentlemen, I'm hard to insult. While you all were prattling on like silly little school-boys with their first Playboy fold-out, I did my duty to the forum, and kept the conversation focused on the pipe, it's quality and superior smoking characteristics.



    No insult intended........:haha:
     
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