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4 November 2011 - 2:07am

Any Cigar Smokers Out There?

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I am wondering if any Casino Listing users smoke cigars. I find cigarettes to be absolutely disgusting, but I love a good cigar, and love hookah.

My favorite cigar brands are Acid!, CAO, and Rocky Patel.

What do you smoke?

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4 November 2011 - 1:54pm
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Ugh I agree cigarettes are disgusting. But cigars are even worse!

I was turned off them as a kid. My parents hired this builder to do some work at our house and he chain smoked cigars. The smell made me feel sick and to this day I can't stand em!

So er not me in answer to your question...

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4 November 2011 - 2:10pm
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Ugh I agree cigarettes are disgusting. But cigars are even worse!

quite disappointing.. I do smoke cigarettes, but as for cigars, they're too heavy for me.. and to be honest, I do not even properly know how to do it. Do you know how cigars are made? I think those who do, do not have the desire to smoke it any more.

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4 November 2011 - 11:29pm
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If cigars are so bad, why do you smoke cigarettes? Do you know the amount of garbage they put into those?

Cigars at least have a flavor, an aroma. Cigarettes are a way for people to get nicotine to make it through they day, while I smoke the occasional cigar to take in the smell and taste.

GambleMaster, I am sure if someone taught you how to do it properly, you would appreciate the heck out of a fine cigar! Smile

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5 November 2011 - 10:37pm
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Do you know how cigars are made? I think those who do, do not have the desire to smoke it any more.

Intriguing! How are they made?

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7 November 2011 - 7:59am
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cigars are much heavy, I agree with Gamblemaster. actually both are bad for health and organism, but cigars are for like a ritual, for self-enjoyment, different purpose of smoking them.

however, my friend who used to smoke cigars and disliked cigarettes, when he couldn't afford cigars anymore, had to start smoking cigarettes, because the organism demanded nicotine. and he smokes 3 packs per day, because he is used to take a big amount of nicotine

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7 November 2011 - 8:24am
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=puIXJ1w3iXY > this case is a bit attractive to watch, but when I imagine a fat Cuban lady rolling a cigar on her sweaty thigh, I instantly lose a desire to taste the cigar, regardless its flavor or an aroma.

I know cigaretees are bed for health too, but they do also have aromas that I like. Most of all I like Djarum, an Indonesian kreck, (clove cigarette), with an aroma of cherry and cinnamon flavor.

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7 November 2011 - 9:36am
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I like with aromas too, but not with mint or etc. I like chocolate aromas. I like when cigar leaves a good taste on your lips, but actually when the fume goes in the throat, sometimes I feel discomfort Sad

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7 November 2011 - 1:36pm
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GambleMaster, the vast majority of cigars rolled are on tables. The lady doing that in the video explained that the art of thigh rolling is rare.

In fact, you could not roll a commercial grade cigar on your thigh as it needs to be packed tighter. Just food for thought. Go try a nice honey cigar or a rum dipped brand. You may have a complete change of heart on stogies!

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8 November 2011 - 6:46am
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But I do not actually know how to smoke it properly.... And cigars are too heavy for me... As for table-rolled cigars, that's true. but the true Cuban cigars are made the way I showed you.

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8 November 2011 - 9:56am
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I'll admit to partaking in the occasional cigarette with coffee or alcohol. Sometimes I'll even go for one after a big meal. I still consider myself a non-smoker, though, as I'll often go many months in between cigarettes.

I'm more partial to the occasional cigar, but it's almost always when I'm celebrating something like new years. I enjoy them more than cigarettes though I will occasionally inhale and that part is no fun at all. Oh and if you can get your hand on a Cuban that really is a different (and better) experience!

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10 November 2011 - 2:44pm
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Hi,
I dont like both of them, Cigar just hit my head lol
Well I love hookah and I dont have any favourite brand of tabacco for them.. But i usually buy afzal if u know abt this brand of tobbacco but hookah got same effect than this ciggrate and cigar i suppose.

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15 November 2011 - 7:40am
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Hm I haven't heard of afzal, can you provide more information about this brand? does it offer different flavors ?

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