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What are you smoking? November 2013

Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by Hofnar, Nov 1, 2013.

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  1. zappano

    zappano Member

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    Freezin´outside while having a bowl McCll. Bombay Extra in Vauen Sepion
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  2. YAPPG

    YAPPG Active Member

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    Yuck!!! What a name! Crumbs From Hell would be easier on the minds eye. :p:
    @ BernardLerring
     
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  3. DGErwin11

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    Carter Hall in PSF 2013 POY Kaywoodie. In other words, same firstmof the day smoke since I received this gem.

    Along with a mugmof Maxwell House.
     
  4. sillyoldbear

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    SG Scotch Cut in an MM Dip, Twinning's Irish Breakfast on the side.

    It's Friday tomorrow!
     
  5. BernardLerring

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    :) it's not as bad as it sounds. It's full of stuff from the bottom of the tin or two-star tobacco that I got bored of. I stuck it in a jar with a piece of kitchen towel soaked in Glenmorangie on top for a couple of months and it came out surprisingly palatable. Got another jar brewing that I'm tempted to rehydrate with some Taylor's Port but I'm waiting to finish the current batch first before deciding.
     
  6. inkybat

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    Oh darn, sorry! 2000 is still awesome!
     
  7. psquared

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

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    What in the wide world of sports is that?:eek:
     
  8. JimInks

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    I was wondering about that, too. Maybe he's hibernating in a cave with Ranger Smith's picnic baskets?
     
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  9. Albert

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    Dorchester in a cob... So good, every time!
     
  10. Texhealer

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    I hate to be the one to break this to you but the problem is quite simple....deer can't climb trees. :poke:

    Second smoke this cool (38) morning is Walnut in a Dunhill Canadian, lots of coffee naturally.
     
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  11. JimInks

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    Half way through this bowl of Edgeworth Ready Rubbed Match in a 1979 straight smooth Dr. Grabow Grand Duke 45 pot. Simply Orange is my drink. Molly's very active this morning, wanting to play and play. It never ceases to amaze me how full of energy she is. Suzy's not impressed, but she's chasing Molly down the hall, probably hoping Molly will let her go back to napping.
     
  12. Ephraim

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    Now packing some Sir Walter Raleigh Aromatic in a MM Legend straight cob :puffy:
    Btw, I've recently added two briars to my collection of 6 cobs...one old briar from my grandfather (smokes nice!), and one Georgetown basket briar (a little "gurgley" but otherwise good).
    So I now have 8 pipes to rotate, which is perfect for the voluminous smoking I do these days :)
    (Oh, I quit smoking cigs! I just tapered off...wasn't that hard, even after 20+ years of cig smoking). Man, I love pipes so much better :puffy:
     
  13. psquared

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

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    My people are already escorting that shipment. Stand down.:beck:
     
  14. CptBeefheart

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    MacBaren Golden Extra in the Savinelli Milano 803KS. I love the look and feel of this pipe but it is turning out to be a consistent gurgler. I need to figure out how to fix this.

    In great news, I got the okay from the wife and feel good enough about where I'm at in my work to join my buddies on a steelhead fishing trip on Saturday. Cannot wait! But the question is do I shun our standard cigars for my newfound love of pipes?
     
  15. BernardLerring

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    Still in the throes of joy of getting my new supplies in and I'm tucking into my first go of some Haddo's Delight in the BC Belami Sablee.
     
  16. Snake

    Snake permanent ankle biter

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    I'm usually not a fan
    of non-Falcon pipes,
    but that half Meer
    is aces!
     
  17. inkybat

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    Some Sasieni Balkan in a Peterson bent bulldog with coffee for the after breakfast smoke.

    I'm always noticing some tobaccos are more popular on the forum. Often it's Anniversary Cake or Plumcake etc. Wonder what our forum's top 5 would be based on this thread?
     
  18. BernardLerring

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    I'd be tempted to put good money on CH being on there, PA and SWR might be in with a shout too. Who's up for 10p bets?
     
  19. inkybat

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    Right! Definitely some US drugstore blends.
     
  20. YAPPG

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    Nothing saying you can't do both. Take some snuff with you , too! Have a great trip. :)
     
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