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01-10-2016, 12:31 PM   #22516
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I like it!
Have two made and send one to LaurenOE


Perfect!

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Yes, the Cohiba is an excellent cigar. Goes very well with Scotch.
Nice to have on that 'special occasion'.
I like the smell of a cigar, but don't smoke. Scotch, that I can enjoy!
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Then one cigar, properly stored will give you prolonged enjoyment of the aroma.

Now consider that sentence with an alternate word for the perceived smell, 'pong'. Where I used to work there was a place called 'Aroma Cafe'. I referred to it as 'Pong Cafe'. Just playing with words, no comment about their products or services, all of which were taxed under the GST. But one did have a choice to provide or not provide custom.
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Then one cigar, properly stored will give you prolonged enjoyment of the aroma.

Now consider that sentence with an alternate word for the perceived smell, 'pong'. Where I used to work there was a place called 'Aroma Cafe'. I referred to it as 'Pong Cafe'. Just playing with words, no comment about their products or services, all of which were taxed under the GST. But one did have a choice to provide or not provide custom.
I do enjoy smelling the inside of a cigar box! I'm obviously way cheaper than Rupert!

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This thread has irreparably gone off the rails..

QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
the Cohiba is an excellent cigar
A cigar brand favored by Fidel Castro as I recall. I prefer Hoyo De monterry "coronation" cigars, they are easy to cut and have a good draw, and possess smoother flavors that are complimentary with most aged speyside whiskies. From my experience I find Cohiba cigars go better with V.S.O.P French Cognac.


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This thread is irreparably gone off the rails..
Really?!
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Rails? We don't need no stinkin' rails!

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Also, considering the original train was only meant to blow the whistle loudly and not go anywhere, I'm not sure there ever were any rails...

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Getting back on the rails, how about the mountain lion with an extra set of teeth on top of its head?
Someone said it looks like a chicken's head, I agree.



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Getting back on the rails, how about the mountain lion with an extra set of teeth on top of its head?
Ewwwwww!!
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Getting back on the rails, how about the mountain lion with an extra set of teeth on top of its head?
Well, that's certainly an oddity. And here's another: (RIP to one of the strangest coolest, people I share a birthday with.)

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This thread has irreparably gone off the rails..


Somewhere in the first few pages, to be sure.



QuoteOriginally posted by savoche Quote
Really?!


Really.






QuoteOriginally posted by THoog Quote
Also, considering the original train was only meant to blow the whistle loudly and not go anywhere, I'm not sure there ever were any rails...

In the Australian Outback they have trains that do not use rails.







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This thread has irreparably gone off the rails..
When? I haven't noticed anything unusual. :confused2:
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When? I haven't noticed anything unusual. :confused2:
I think it was about the time the OP clicked the "New Thread" button...
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