Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, May 1, 2013.
I blame my dog too
even though he has been gone for years
I miss that grumpy old dog
....Now, if SHE paid for the baccy...
But does she own a Mercedes SL500? Levi does and let's me drive it sometimes too.
He's just jealous of rekamepip's avatar and that I won't allow him to use any of my pipes because he's a clencher!
Enjoying "Balkan II" blend from Tobacco Exchange, New Orleans, in my Barling's Make, S-M, with a can of Seagram's Ginger Ale.
Hmm, no, Elsie dog has a Dodge Dakota, complete with Chauffer. (where did I put that stupid little hat?)
Is it because he is a clencher? Or the doggy drool on those really good tobacco's?
Glad I am not a clencher. I am a biter. Love the Lucite stems.
The only dogs I've ever seen that drool worse than Levi are St. Bernard's (sorry JimInks) and Newfoundland's, take his food out and by the time I unscrew the top of the container and scoop out the 1 1/2 cups he gets 2x a day the pool of drool is well I'd rather you see it in your own mind.
I'm seeing Turner and Hooch drool...
Its on your head...........
So it is, I often lose it there, as I am carrying Hair Majesty to her Pickemup Limo. Hey, I don't call her "Old Dog" for nothing.
Oh joy of joys! I've been cleared to take off work tomorrow! That means, early sunrise pipe of something delicious, not decided yet, and then some quiet and pleasant yard work, anything outside is good with me. Its then off to the pipe shop, to pick up some new pipes, and more tobacco. I'll then hit the dreaded mall for mothers day shopping. I love a three day weekend, if I were rich I'd have a seven day weekend every week.
Being poor and unemployed gives you the same weekend, just without any benefits
After a lunch of pork Lo Mein, fired up Irish Oak in the Sherlock Holmes. That pipe and tobaccy is a good combo. And the vitamin N kick did me for the afternoon.
I slept in, and then spent the day running various errands, etc., and didn't get a chance to even smoke until now. So I'm starting the smoke day with the current Three Nuns tinned version in a 2003 medium bend straight grain Viggo Nielsen sitter with a Cumberland-like stem. A bottle of Sprite and more work to do.
Since I finished smoking the tin of Old Companion, I'm thinking I need one more easy smoking burley open. I have a pouch of Prince Albert that's got to get smoked some day. Maybe I'll dig that out. Dunno yet.
When I smoke this, I'm the one who drools:
This St. Bernard also deserves special consideration.
You, you, you FREAKING enabler You! Go eat a banana!
Both sides of his mouth 18" long...........