Laughing City

What's your poison?
Cigarettes
50%
 50%  [ 4 ]
Chew
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Cigars
12%
 12%  [ 1 ]
Pipes
37%
 37%  [ 3 ]
Total Votes : 8

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Nowhere Man
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I don't smoke. I don't like to be around smoke of any kind but I've been buried in smoke more than not it seems.. family, bars, dragons and so forth.
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The_Paronomasial_Mattoid
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norad wrote:
If I remember correctly Garron and Weston were smoking tobacco pipes outside of the venue in KC during the Mild Mild Midwest Tour. (Maybe Andrew remembers)


Yep, they were. I remember that quite well, actually.

I used to smoke... before I was a teen. Seriously. Got started on it really early on. Luckily, it didn't stick. My brother and sister did, too, only, my sister and I found out later my brother never actually did. He put it to his mouth and blew out. He never inhaled it. He was the reason we started, too. Gotta love big brothers and getting you to do stuff they'd never actually do, but pretend to do so you'll do it.

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mr pine wrote:
is there a difference between dubstep and techno?
you know besides the name?

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dubstep: BOOM Chik.. Boom Boom Boom Chik.. PEOOOWWwwww BOOM BOWowoWOWoWOWow zipzipzipzipzipwoowooowoow EEEEEeeeeeerrr BOOM BOOM BOOM Splat!
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guitarfreak217
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I can't vote in the poll due to a penchent for pipe smoke. Sad
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mr pine
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guitarfreak217 wrote:
I can't vote in the poll due to a penchent for pipe smoke. Sad


i added it.

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uncreative
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I've used all 4, but my vote is for cigars because it's the first tobacco product I ever used, and the only one I still regularly use. I love a good cigar now and then. Probably about one a month, so not many really, but they're a very nice treat. I've smoked pipes, but never really gotten into them much, although I could see that being something I pick up later in life. I smoked cigs for a year, but I've been cigarette free for 3 years now (actually, 3 years on Sept. 21st) and I don't plan on ever returning to those. Aaaaaand, I recently took up chewing on occasion, haha. But I haven't ever even bought any of my own, it's just like a once in a blue moon kind of thing. Usually I'm gonna be out in the country for that one, haha.

I do love cigars, though.

Great, now you all know that I love beer, cigars, and smoke a little bit of cannabis. I can just feel the judgement coming at me from all directions. But I also enjoy eating good and healthy food, going on runs (had a wonderful morning run yesterday on the Pacific Crest Trail), and playing sports or enjoying other physical activities, so I guess it all balances out, right? Wink Laughing
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wilsmith
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Cigar + Weed = Blunts. Makes sense to me. Laughing
If you weren't in Portland, I'd expect you to start talking about 40s, instead of micro-breweries. Mr. Green

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uncreative
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Blunts are disgusting. My friend in Eugene who smokes a lot of weed, whom I generally smoke with when I do (let me reiterate it isn't THAT often), usually vaporizes it, which is the way to go. And he's a super beer/weed snob. Only the best! Laughing

I think Portlanders in general just like/are used to high quality stuff, whether it be food (Portland is a rising city for culinary arts, lots of fantastic restaurants, and also one of the best food cart cities in the world), alcohol (lots of wonderful local breweries AND wineries), or weed. Laughing
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johnip
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Where's the Disgustomundo option? I can't believe anyone smokes in this day and age. Evil or Very Mad
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Saellys
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johnip wrote:
Where's the Disgustomundo option? I can't believe anyone smokes in this day and age. Evil or Very Mad


Yeah, doing stuff you find pleasurable even though it's dangerous is just absurd!

Pine could have included an "I don't smoke" option, but since the title of the thread is "Tobacco," he probably didn't figure people would post here unless they smoke.

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grain thrower
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Dang, I thought this was gonna be about Tobasco and I was all like HELLZ YEAH!
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tahruh
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uncreative wrote:
Blunts are disgusting. My friend in Eugene who smokes a lot of weed, whom I generally smoke with when I do (let me reiterate it isn't THAT often), usually vaporizes it, which is the way to go. And he's a super beer/weed snob. Only the best! Laughing
Hey, Nas got his first piece of ass smokin' blunts with hash! If it's good enough for him... Just kidding, they're totally gross.

Vaporizing is the healthiest way, so one would think I'd be more into it, but I'm pretty white bread on that front. Plus, vaporizers aren't cheap, and I'm not that authentic of a stoner. That being said, everyone should totally vape a high grade strain and/or strains at least once in their lives. Do you hear that, Pine? Wink


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Make a thread!! There is so little that Tabasco sauce can't enrich!!! I could have such a serious, in-depth conversation about hot sauces... Kinda Embarassed.
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uncreative
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tahruh wrote:
uncreative wrote:
Blunts are disgusting. My friend in Eugene who smokes a lot of weed, whom I generally smoke with when I do (let me reiterate it isn't THAT often), usually vaporizes it, which is the way to go. And he's a super beer/weed snob. Only the best! Laughing
Hey, Nas got his first piece of ass smokin' blunts with hash! If it's good enough for him... Just kidding, they're totally gross.

Vaporizing is the healthiest way, so one would think I'd be more into it, but I'm pretty white bread on that front. Plus, vaporizers aren't cheap, and I'm not that authentic of a stoner. That being said, everyone should totally vape a high grade strain and/or strains at least once in their lives. Do you hear that, Pine? Wink

They are definitely NOT cheap. Just his portable vaporizer (that looks like a walkie talkie for disguise, haha) cost him $100. A volcano vape is like $500. You'd have to fully commit to being a stoner to spend that much money on one... that's why it's good to know someone who has already made that choice and is super generous with his stuff/weed. Laughing
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wilsmith
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This reminds me...

A wise man once told me "Don't support another man's habit."


Just know that when you support Weed, you support the proliferation of habitual incense abuse.

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Nowhere Man
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Garron has a smoking problem.

No lighter.

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None of the above for me. I smoked for about seven years and then quit in November of 1997 for health reasons. The only thing I really miss about it was taking the time to step outside. I rarely smoked inside, so it was kind of nice to be outdoors for a few minutes every night before bed in the rain, snow, or just the quiet air. It was a fun excuse to socialize with random people, too.

Other than that I haven't looked back, though I do have dreams about smoking once in a blue moon.
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