Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by woody, Sep 1, 2013.
Picked up a pouch of SWR & put it in my MM Spool
McC Navy Cavendish (2000) from FlatbushPaul in a Guildhall. I'm in my secret undisclosed location (lamberville, NJ) for a week or so visiting my folks (being a slave for them). Many of my pipes were my father's, I was half heartedly trying to get him to try a pipe again, but then he might he might want them back....
Phonetically it's ee-yah wo-ie. Looks one thing sounds the other, the joys of the Gaelic sprechen!
MacBaren Golden Extra in a MM Ozark Mountain Hardwood. Long day, so simple is good.
Duh! An iceberg has no mouth!
Nahhhh. Yours just don't like you!!!
You'll find I'm quite incorrigible about that. Speaking of which, I'm mostly through smoking Barbados Plantation in the second pipe I ever bought ($2.49); a 1974 three quarter bend black sandblast etched Dr. Grabow Omega. A bottle of Pepsi made with pure can sugar is my drink.
I don't know - mine get pretty mouthy at times. Especially the beatnik ones.
Now I know why they don't talk to ya! They're too busy holding their noses!!!!
Jim, did Paul say if things had passed well or not?
Yes. Paul's in good health. Although we might question his mental faculties if he's considering rejoining this group!!!
Took my 8yr. old son to a restaurant to give my wife some "she" time on our 10 yr pre Aniversary evening. So here I sit puffing on some Fr. Dempsey in a Mario Grandi Tomato full as a tick. Meat was on the menu. Y'all have a fine fine evening!
I wondered what this was beatnik
Yup, pretty much dead. It felt no pain at that particular moment...
Brewers lead the Braves 2-0 in the 7th, Indians lead the ChiSox 4-1 in the inning I don't mention, O's and Jays are tied 3-3 in that same inning. I'm smoking MacBaren Scottish Mixture in a light brown 1979 rusticated medium bend Italian Sir Jeffrey Dublin sitter with a flared top and yellow stem. And I just learned my nephew's wife had a healthy 7 lb. 8 ounce boy!!!
PS LBF in the Viking
Man, I was really on the rocks in those days!