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What Are You Smoking? February, 2013

Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Feb 1, 2013.

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  1. JRobert

    JRobert Serious Cat Forum Guide

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    C&D Dark Burley in a Legend. I'm almost as predictable as pipewife, or SouthBound.
     
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  2. Buckshot

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    Nothing Quite Like That First Pipe of the Day in a Savinelli 315.
     
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  3. dBear

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    Oh baby! Nice pipes! (Don't take that the wrong way...) :startl:
     
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  4. highstump

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    I been here and there, ya know. Just doing stuff...work related stuff. Just trying to make sure as a state employee that I do my part to make the lives of the citizens of the great state of Oregon a tad more complex. After all; I'm from the government and I'm here to help.

    The 07 is a heavy pipe but the 08 is even worse for size. It was a poker, still haven't smoked it (I'm kind of afraid of it actually.) Doggone thing is about the size of a coffee can. :eek:
     
  5. JimInks

    JimInks Well-Known Member

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    Full Virginia Flake in a straight 1968 Dunhill Shell bulldog. This will keep me smoking for at least a couple of hours. And drinking a premium root beer!
     
  6. PipeSimmo

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    this sentence alone - pure poetry
     
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  7. dBear

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    :punk::hbang: ROOT BEER!!! :hbang::punk:
     
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  8. Mount Mandolin

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    Good evening, folks. Continuing to work on breaking in the Squatch with some Tilbury. It's a tough job, but somebody's gotta do it.

    I don't understand how he does it. This thing is such an incredible smoker. All of a sudden, White Spots and Sea Rocks are way down on my wish list. I just want all my pipes to smoke as well as this. I can't even imagine how it will smoke after a couple of months when it's nice and broken in. Guess I'm the newest member of the Sasquatch Groupie Club.

    But I should stop gushing now. Wouldn't want to embarrass the Sasquatch, lest he become angry and come bludgeon me with a block of briar.
     
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  9. muddler

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    Early morning & still dark here but somehow the birds have figured out the dawn is near & have started the morning chorus. I've just made a mug of tea & lit up a bowl of Chelsea Morning in a Benni Jorgensen Dublin.

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  10. AussieTX

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    CH in my wooden African pipe, I rarely smoke this pipe as its not a high quality briar or anything like that.
    Even the stem is made from wood, it's more of a display piece, I just hadn't smoked it in probably a year so I figured it deserved a bowl.
     
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  11. ruffinogold

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    Goin to the porch to smoke some MCB in my , what I call .. " weird pipe "

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  12. Old Codger

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    MacBaren Club Blend in BST Canadian. Just the third bowl through this pipe without letting it get too hot and it's already smoking quite nicely. A little Laphroaig on the side and Hellboy on screen. -2C(28F)H69%
     
  13. jason1977

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    Yall, I've been smoking nothing but my cob & Five Brothers Pipe Tobacco. It's a pouch, OTC......I think this is about the best OTC I've ever had......
     
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  14. Thuber88

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    Largo pipe tobacco, the gold... its about a buck a oz...... waiting on others
    Need to pick up some CH and give it a try one of these days
     
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  15. phinz

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    Had the neighbors over. He smokes a pipe too, so we went through my cellar and pulled out some that I like. He loved Ruins of Isengard. I smoked 1792 in a Falcon for the evening.
     
  16. JRobert

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    A little more Dark Burley, in a Mizzou, while I finish my beer.
     
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  17. Basil Meadows

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    Sunjammer in a Sas, might just call it an early night.
     
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  18. jdto

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    McCranie's Old Master in the OT Apple.

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  19. dBear

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    Sweet pipe. Is that unsmoked?
     
  20. jdto

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    It was when I took that photo a few days ago.
     
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