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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. JimInks

    JimInks Well-Known Member

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    Yard work still goes on, though the neighbor put out his fire. I just started my own fire with this bowl of Tilbury in a smooth 2002 Peterson Sherlock Holmes Series Milverton. A bottle of Sprite is my drink.
     
  2. JimInks

    JimInks Well-Known Member

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    I don't want or need to know about the former, but I do know the latter is legal in this case. Goofball!!!!:D
     
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  3. CptBeefheart

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    I'm smoking Ruins of Isengard in my Calabresi. This is an interesting tobacco. I think there are five different types of tobacco in this stuff. The Cavendish takes front row but I like the subtle latakia. Each puff brings new tastes.
     
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  4. PipeSimmo

    PipeSimmo Active Member

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    Just had a nice homemade Lasagne, now for some after dinner smoking. Starting off with some McClelland #2015 in " The Castello Sea Rock G56 Tulip Bulldog Hyprid (© Mayor)"

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  5. fishnbanjo

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    Had a bowl of Whatchagot Blend in the MM Diplomat with plum Forever Stem whilst baking my freshly made pizza with fresh tomato sauce made with tomatoes from our garden, baby spinach, mushroom slices, sliced purple onion and green banana peppers from our garden, liberally sprinkled with freshly grated cheese and sliced Buffola Mozzarella. Had a PRM on the side for both infusions..........

    Now sated I am smoking the Jack Howell Dublin filled with 2006 Grousemoor, delightful....

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  6. inkybat

    inkybat Active Member

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    Tried Bayou Morning in the Sasieni panelled billiard. Really nice tobacco, I think it'll be a nice light, sweet alternative to the heavier Latakia blends I usually smoke.
     
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  7. Spillproof

    Spillproof Mostly Harmless Moderator

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    Burley, in a cob, in the rain, in your face!
    Grrr


    Perky translation:
    I am enjoying a soul-sustaining bowl of H&H Classic Burley Kake, lovingly delivered by a Missouri Meerschaum/DGE-modified "Spool Lovat," and though experiencing a spot of dodgy weather, I do so hope you will approve. Toodles.
     
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  8. Snake

    Snake permanent ankle biter

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    Was your mobile device
    getting soaked as you
    posted that?
    :msty:
     
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  9. JimInks

    JimInks Well-Known Member

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    Working, listening to the news, and thanks to Flatbush Paul, I'm smoking Medium Virginia Flake in a 1980 Stanwell 668 medium bend with a ferrule, half black sandblasted, half brown smooth, rough top.
     
  10. zappano

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    Watchin' Soccer Match England vs. Germany, and enjoy a Rockcob with Little Wren[​IMG]
     
  11. hoss

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    Lunch break! A nice bowl of steamy curry to quell the chill outside and then it's off to tend to more pressing matters:
    Rad Davis squashed tomato full of Edgeworth slices...

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    Rad'n on the Edge!
     
  12. Themadking

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    On my lunch break, A quick bowl of soup followed by a quick half bowl of Stokkabye EOS... perfect for a cold rainy day in Washington
     
  13. PipeSimmo

    PipeSimmo Active Member

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    Yeah buddy - ROCKIN' the Cob!
    What's about that little Wren, is it a good one? Haven't tried it yet - I have a tin of Mellow Mallard here, but haven't tried either. Guess I have to poop it open soon.

    I decided on smoking a bowl of Elizabethan Mixture in the sandblasted bent by Massimo Musico for now.

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  14. Lithua pipe

    Lithua pipe Active Member

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    C+D Big + Burley in a pete kildare
     
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  15. Stormy

    Stormy Resident Rain Maker

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    Just sat down with some Carter Hall in a Rekamepip cob.
     
  16. zappano

    zappano Member

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    absolutly different! for a vaper friend not comparable.
     
  17. PipeSimmo

    PipeSimmo Active Member

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    guess I just have to try them both. :beck:
     
  18. Wicker Man

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    after I took the block under the jack out,(Gin casing) I put the one on top here (Grant's casing) with the blue clamp, back under and have been giving it a jack nudge each day
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    Descided to take it out today as I couldn't get any more jack pressure on
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    it's the densest yet
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    and not sticky
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    smoking some of the crumbs as I post this
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    in another new pipe the Bear won for the opening bid !
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    I like it when no one else bids
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    don't know why no one else bid on this it smokes superb :msty:
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  19. JimInks

    JimInks Well-Known Member

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    Going to be busy working, so I'm listing my next smoke a few minutes early: St. James Flake in a 1986 three quarter bend Bacchus face CAO meer. A bottle of Bubble Up soda is my drink.
     
  20. user3221

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    Smoking yard leaves again JIm????

    I guess at your pace you'll have your lawn looking great in a couple days !!!

    :whis:
     
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