Cigars vs Cigarettes 108 replies

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#101 11 years ago
Jeffro;4870375It's a cigar for the homosexually impaired.

Meh, they're fine for blunts.




Mastershroom Advanced Member

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#102 11 years ago
Blank Stare;4870479Meh, they're fine for blunts.

Pretty much. I've purchased one Philly cigarillo in my life, which was promptly purged and stuffed with the good stuff.




Karst

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#103 11 years ago

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Smoking these at the time. They are 100% pure tobacco, no additives. Also, if they were just a bit stronger, they'd be illegal for sale in Austria.




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#104 11 years ago

Crazy Wolf;4870465I don't smoke, but I do like the smell of the good cigars that I've been around. Even when they're not on fire, they smell great.[/QUOTE] Walk-in humidors at cigar or tobacco shops are amazing.

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Smoking these at the time. They are 100% pure tobacco, no additives. Also, if they were just a bit stronger, they'd be illegal for sale in Austria.

American Spirits and Winstons are also additive-free :) I've switched onto both brands at one point in time or another.




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#105 11 years ago
Homer Gonerson;4870575American Spirits and Winstons are also additive-free :) I've switched onto both brands at one point in time or another.

I don't think those are widely available here, although I know I've seen American Spirits in at least one larger smoke shop.




Crazy Wolf Advanced Member

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#106 11 years ago
Karst;4870657I don't think those are widely available here, although I know I've seen American Spirits in at least one larger smoke shop.

I think American Spirit is also one of the more popular brands of loose tobacco, so if you're OK with rolling your own, then you could try that.

Disclaimer: Smoking's bad for you, mmkay? It's best to avoid tobacco completely.




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#107 11 years ago
Crazy Wolf;4870681I think American Spirit is also one of the more popular brands of loose tobacco, so if you're OK with rolling your own, then you could try that.

I am, and I do! Generally I use the same loose tobacco as cigarettes. But maybe I should try something else sometime.

Disclaimer: Smoking's bad for you, mmkay? It's best to avoid tobacco completely.

Certainly. I didn't smoke when I was your age either :)




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#108 11 years ago

Cigarettes. Nobody ever went to a pub and said, "right guys, who fancies nipping out to the beer garden for a quick cigar?" In fact, I'm reasonably sure that most people round these 'ere parts would consider that to be a euphemism for something else entirely.




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#109 11 years ago

Blank Stare;4869666There was a quote from some comedian who said

"I smoke and drink, a lot of you don't drink, don't smoke. Don't eat butta, no salt, no sugar, no lard... cause they wanna live! None of that good stuff! You gonna look like a damn fool lying in the hospital dying of nothing!"

If someone can name the comedian I would be grateful.

It ought to be Redd Foxx if my powers of commanding the internet are somewhat accurate ;)


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