What Are You Smoking? September, 2013

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  1. Old Codger

    Old Codger Well-Known Member

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    Relaxing with 1792 in a Peterson 80s after a hectic morning and a light lunch. Painter Hills is better than 1792 when the appropriate answer to a phone call is: And why is this my problem? 22C(72F)H38%
     
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  2. dBear

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    Not only that, WickerMan made sure it had cut-outs for my nipple rings! :thu2:
     
  3. dBear

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    Quadruple like : 2 likes to Sas for both the pipe ( :hbang: ) and for the gesture. And a double like to the Gent for the post. You got a great one, TMG!!
     
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  4. JimInks

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    Been talking with Sutliff, giving my input, re: EGR. Now, thanks to Rekamepip, I'm smoking Borkum Riff Whiskey in a 1980s Peterson 314 Full Bend black Sandblast system pipe.
     
  5. user3221

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    Hmmm, could be borkum riff maybe not......
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  6. JimInks

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    The Saint Bernard sez it's whiskey, and if anybody knows my their whiskey, it's the dog with the keys to the whiskey cabinet!
     
  7. SidStavros

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    Danish Mixture Orange Coco.
     
  8. dBear

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    Now smoking Pfeifen Huber's Own blend (thanks, PipeSimmo!) in the Squatch prince. Finishing up the coffee. Got my P&C order!!! :bdance:
     
  9. Waino

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    Red Rapparee in an Oldenkott.

    Rush... Work, ice rink, ice rink... work.
     
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  10. user3221

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    do we need to go over to the other thread to check it out?
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  11. Rockbass

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    [​IMG] ....ahhh tea time. Enjoying a Yuenglings with blue cheese and crackers and GLP Triple Play in a Northern Briars canadian. Tough I know, but I shall persevere.
     
  12. Tony Malerich

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    Was a lovely fall-type day for some afternoon smoking. MacB vanilla cream in my Boswell, Duhill Elizabethan in my Viprati, and lastly some P&W 191 in a SH Hopkins.
     
  13. jpberg

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    Are you out of Coors Light? Poor fellow.

    More Aromatic Dark Flake, same Castello as this morning.
     
  14. PipeSimmo

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    Hi guys and good evening,
    back from work, let the smoking begin.
    Congratualtions Nick on the anniversary! Thank you Lucky Duck for the fantastic review, I enjoyed reading it in my lunch break very much!
    I'm going to smoke the first bowl from the Dan Tobacco St Bernard bulk I've just openend and jared. I haven't decided yet which pipe, maybe the Tinsky Xmas 2012 - the chunky one.
    :bing:

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  15. JimInks

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    Now smoking Tilbury in a 2003 black grain etched Karl Erik Ekstravagant horn. A can of Sprite.
     
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  16. ruffinogold

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    Awe man ! That Yuenglings just made my eyeballs pop out !!! I have no beer in the house .... Damn , yer killing me with that picture . I do have Whiskey [ I always have whiskey ] but I'm in a beer mood . Thats a lovely Canadian , btw !

    Got a box of pure freakin hate from Texhealer [ thanks man , big time ! ] Jennifer is one spoiled woman !

    The humidity outside is in the 90's and the temp is 80 ... it's real nasty . But I'm gonna go to the barn and putz around for a bit and smoke . In the mood for some PS LTF in my Savinelli Dry System .
     
  17. Stormy

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    Afternoon fellers,
    Just lit up a Chacom full of Rekamepip's english blend. Mighty fine.
     
  18. TheModernGent

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    How is the Scented Dark Flake? Never had it but I love the Unscented. Any similarities or is it vastly different?
     
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  19. Sodbuster

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    Just bought my first MM. A bent-bit legend. The inaugural smoke is some more Sutliff (I bought 4 different tins of ambiguously-named blends) R-Blend. The lat is very weak in this blend and not overpowering it. The burley comes forward and a little bit of the Va Per show up later. It is a nice mellow mid-day smoke. The MM is a champ, although, the stem comes way into the bowl, which alarmed me, and it came with a filter. I usually take filter/stingers out but the bore on this was so wide that I figured I'd be sucking crap up the whole time, so I left it in. Any input on that?
     
  20. WalkinStick

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    Just had the greatest bowl of my life. Hands down. Had a great conversation with a new friend and enjoyed a beer on the porch. I couldn't have asked for a better afternoon.
     
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