Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Jun 1, 2013.
Re: Mr Wooly..
Dunhill Flake in a Mauro Armellini rusticated poker.
Irish Flake in a SMS meer
Irish Flake in my Peterson's "Donegal Rocky" 03
Pulled an all nighter for work last night, so just now catching up. Busy day here at PSF!
JimInks and Simmo - congrats on your POYs - you guys are gonna love those pipes!
Mington, I see you've come through your Codger phase so I guess second childhood must be coming up next, huh?
FishNBanjo, complementing his usual culinary skills, is perfecting the smoking of shredded salami.
MentorBV, thanks again for your excellent prose!
THuber, well... ... ...
And to include everyone else's equally entertaining days - I light up a bowl of Black Lung in the Savinelli blobby pipe.
Happy smoking all!
Whad I do???
Mr. Wooly is amused by the inquiries as to his identity on this forum. He admits that Fishnbanjo's ability to connect his last name to the esteemed Curly Howard's "Woo Woo" was a masterpiece of deduction, though faulty in its conclusion. However, he feels that observation was in the right direction regarding his checkered past as it was he who encouraged Mr. Howard to "woo woo woo.". As for Mr. Thuber's comment, Mr. Wooly heartily chuckles.
Thanks to FishnBanjo, I'm now smoking Davidoff Flake Medallions in a 1998 smooth three quarter bend Peterson Limerick 69. Listening to the baseball talk on the XM.
Oh, you won't catch me with that one, Mr. Innocent! I know too much. And I know you know too much. And I know you know I know too much. And I know how you know all this otherwise unknown knowingness. Nice try!
Dunhill Flake in the Ashton Brindle X again. This pipe is tough to put down...
no clue what you mean
"You People" will not get me to succumb to PAD by showing off your wonderful pipes. I am still working at filling up my tobacco cellar. So is there any way I can block the pipe photos until then?. I have not gone to the Pipe Forum yet nor do I intend to. I must get some Strang first.
We're here for you - its what we do.........
Omega in a 1970's Jobey Apple. Lemonade to drink.
PA Cherry Vanilla in a cob tonight.
Mr. Wooley? I know him. He used to deliver fresh bread on a Schwinn bicycle with a front basket for the Italian bakery on Flatbush Avenue!
No, no, no. That was Shemp Wooley his disgraced second cousin, twice removed. He couldn't even spell his last name correctly, and was booted out of the family for kneading dough.
Paretti's Cambridge Flake mixed 50/50 with some straight Lat. Still lemonade to drink.
Happy Fathers Day !
none have stepped up to claim me yet but that is a good thing