Todays Stogie - Watcha Puffin?

Discussion in 'Cigars' started by Mister Moo, Jul 22, 2011.

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  1. Snookman

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    La Gloria Cubana Churchill after Christmas dinner, yum.
     
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  2. Spillproof

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    Over at a buddy's house eating and Smoking.

    Had a Camacho Conneticut and a Fuente Short Story before dinner.
    Have a LdC Mi Amor and a Fuente Shark for later.
     
  3. GlassSculptor

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    Finishing up a JDN Antano dark corojo Peligroso.

    I had an Asylum 13 robusto last night and enjoyed the heck out of it. The first half inch was pretty intense and then it settled down to a very delicious smoke. I've smoked about four of these so far and each one left the same impression. Nice stick!
    *****I read on Asylum's FaceBook page that they are coming out with an 80 ring gauge monster..........:shead:I think I'll stick with the 54 and under gauges thank you very much..:)
     
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  4. CaKy

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    No puzzle to this one...

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  5. gentimmy

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    what's the year on that opus?
     
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  6. CaKy

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    Asylum's had a 7 x 70 called the 13, IIRC. La Flor Dom just brought a 10 x 60...yes...10 inch x 60 ring behemoth (LFD Doomsday 2012 Meaner Digger), to a single B&M up east. I looked at the Asylum 13 in my local and it looked really vulgar. I told the boss they outta come with a condom.
     
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  7. CaKy

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    'At's one of this year's, Sir Timmy. I've had a few laying around from the latest batch and they are not overwhelming but they're kinda like sex...the worst I ever had was just wonderful. At least it was if I remember it right. The sex, that is...not the cigar. I remember them well.
     
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  8. gentimmy

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    I literally just laughed out loud

    my smoke tonight:
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  9. Mount Mandolin

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    Copious, very copious amounts of wine, mostly red Bordeaux from my "wine guy" uncle's cellar, combined with a Partagas Lusitania. Massive cigar, one of the best from "the island" that I've ever had. Magnificent.

    See, told you I've had a bunch of wine. I just described a cigar as magnificent. It really is though. The Lusi has earned that adjective. Merry Christmas, folks!
     
  10. HazyDat620

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    just got done putting a good dent in Slauhter house five on the new kindle with a San Lotano Habano that kicked my arse at the end, almost sick, still recovering.
     
  11. gentimmy

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    Love me some, Vonnegut. Read that in 8th grade...definitely raised an eyebrow with the teachers during reading days
     
  12. Mount Mandolin

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    “Well, here we are, Mr. Pilgrim, trapped in the amber of this moment. There is no why.”

    That quote is a great example of why I am an English major, studying the English language. It's two fairly simple sentences, absolutely loaded, dripping, with meaning. Vonnegut, in this young and idealistic English major's opinion, was one of the great 20th century masters. Give me Vonnegut over Hemingway all day, every day of the week. The guy was a visionary.
     
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  13. HazyDat620

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    yes, It is quite the page turner, I was never into reading as a young adult, I enjoy it immensely now, especially accompanied by a nice cigar. there are lots of great lines in the book and a style I haven't experienced yet, The list of a 100 is a gonna be fun getting through, I just wish I would have found it when I was a lot younger cause I think I missed out on a lot of good stuff.
     
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  14. Rewster66

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    Looking for a little help here fellas. Either I need to go back to school or Marker does. He and I got in a trade and he was supposed to send me 1 cigar, and after me telling him just 1 he re-assured me there would be just 1.

    Here is what he sent:[​IMG]

    Now either he or I need to learn how to count because to me this looks like more than 1.

    Thanks a million Marker, I owe you big time bro. because these are some sweet sticks. :nwor:
     
  15. HazyDat620

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    was a nicks stick while I got into " For Whom The Bell Tolls"
     
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  16. psquared

    psquared DGErwin, my horse would like a word with you...

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    Looks like one (package) to me...:whis: He's tricksy, he is.
     
  17. Rewster66

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    Yep, that is clearly what he was thinking too.................., but I'm not mad at him. :ohyh:
     
  18. MikeyJ

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    Fuente Anejo Shark...oh yeah!
     
  19. HazyDat620

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    A rare occasion, Mama's letting me smoke in the office with the window open. Was gonna smoke a Casa Torano for the outside sitting, but different occasion, different smoke...lets see, a Camacho Corojo should do.
     
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  20. MikeyJ

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    One of the best "budget" cigars on the market IMO. They run around $4.99 here in Colorado and I can't get enough of 'em! Good choice!
     
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