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And this guy runs a shop....
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Posted 1/11/2017 6:36 AM (#695923 - in reply to #695831)
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1029henry - 1/10/2017 1:01 PM I just told the guy on twitter that its mold. He and a few other guys replied, insisting that it's plume, and plenty of it! Do people know nothing about cigars?

I was amazed to see some of the folks that agreed with him........ SMH

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Posted 1/11/2017 10:16 AM (#695943 - in reply to #695910)
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toby2 - 1/10/2017 11:10 PM

mold being plume is a hard thing to change in the minds of some folks. i good friend of mine brought over a cigar in a baggie and was really proud of his cigar with plume on it. sucked to be the dick who told him it was mold. if i have a bugger in my nose i want to know and a friend would tell me....


I had one shop owner actually tell me that it was not ordinary mold, but said that it was "White Mold" and that it was a good thing, because it showed that the cigar was well aged.
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toby2 - 1/10/2017 11:10 PM

mold being plume is a hard thing to change in the minds of some folks. i good friend of mine brought over a cigar in a baggie and was really proud of his cigar with plume on it. sucked to be the dick who told him it was mold. if i have a bugger in my nose i want to know and a friend would tell me....


I had one shop owner actually tell me that it was not ordinary mold, but said that it was "White Mold" and that it was a good thing, because it showed that the cigar was well aged.


Now THAT is funny!
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Posted 1/11/2017 11:36 AM (#695949 - in reply to #695943)
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Jackal - 1/11/2017 2:16 PM
toby2 - 1/10/2017 11:10 PM mold being plume is a hard thing to change in the minds of some folks. i good friend of mine brought over a cigar in a baggie and was really proud of his cigar with plume on it. sucked to be the dick who told him it was mold. if i have a bugger in my nose i want to know and a friend would tell me....
I had one shop owner actually tell me that it was not ordinary mold, but said that it was "White Mold" and that it was a good thing, because it showed that the cigar was well aged.

 

Yeah well, I'm not smoking the white dog turds in my yard either!  LOL

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