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Major job change and life change on the horizon
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Posted 7/11/2018 6:08 AM (#744218 - in reply to #744217)
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Man that's awesome. Congrats!
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ninfiction - 7/10/2018 11:15 PM Dam fine choice for a cigar too.

Damn fine is right, Brian! Man, this was a cigar and a half.  The only cigar I've ever had that actually smoked ME!

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Posted 7/11/2018 7:46 AM (#744221 - in reply to #744220)
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Ive been looking at the Padron Family Reserve 45. My accountant (the Mrs) has “asked” me to scale back purchases for a bit but thats definitely a wish list stick.
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John, it's truly a bucket list smoke that you should try once in your life. Carve out about 2-1/2 hours of uninterrupted smoking time. Make sure you eat a hearty meal before smoking, and keep a sweet drink nearby because this is a butt kicker but a great experience
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Posted 7/11/2018 8:01 AM (#744224 - in reply to #743252)
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thanks for the congrats, fellas! Now I just gotta earn my keep
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Posted 7/11/2018 9:15 AM (#744227 - in reply to #744223)
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Thanks for the tip Tom.
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Posted 7/13/2018 7:42 AM (#745551 - in reply to #744223)
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Silverstix - 7/11/2018 8:57 AM

John, it's truly a bucket list smoke that you should try once in your life. Carve out about 2-1/2 hours of uninterrupted smoking time. Make sure you eat a hearty meal before smoking, and keep a sweet drink nearby because this is a butt kicker but a great experience


What do you mean by it being a butt kicker?
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Posted 7/13/2018 9:37 AM (#745565 - in reply to #745551)
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Silverstix - 7/11/2018 8:57 AM John, it's truly a bucket list smoke that you should try once in your life. Carve out about 2-1/2 hours of uninterrupted smoking time. Make sure you eat a hearty meal before smoking, and keep a sweet drink nearby because this is a butt kicker but a great experience
What do you mean by it being a butt kicker?

It packs a punch in the nicotine department.  I am never affected by nicotine in cigars, but this was the first and only one that I actually started to "feel" at the midway point.....like, damn, I don't know if I can finish this lol. I went inside, threw down a few handfuls of chocolate chips and a diet coke, and came back out and powered through it. Oh and in the 5-7 minutes it took to do this, it still didn't go out!!

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Posted 7/13/2018 11:25 AM (#745572 - in reply to #745565)
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Silverstix - 7/13/2018 10:37 AM

Chefjohn - 7/13/2018 8:42 AM
Silverstix - 7/11/2018 8:57 AM John, it's truly a bucket list smoke that you should try once in your life. Carve out about 2-1/2 hours of uninterrupted smoking time. Make sure you eat a hearty meal before smoking, and keep a sweet drink nearby because this is a butt kicker but a great experience
What do you mean by it being a butt kicker?

It packs a punch in the nicotine department.  I am never affected by nicotine in cigars, but this was the first and only one that I actually started to "feel" at the midway point.....like, damn, I don't know if I can finish this lol. I went inside, threw down a few handfuls of chocolate chips and a diet coke, and came back out and powered through it. Oh and in the 5-7 minutes it took to do this, it still didn't go out!!



I experienced something like that with one of the Rocky Patel’s from a sampler I got. I got nauseous and a bit dizzy. I think I just smoked it to fast. Just part of my education. Lesson learned.
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