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Thread: What's in Your Pipe? September 2018

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon G View Post
    I've told you before you need to buy a straw hat! I think the Suns done your head, mate.
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    No added sugar or alcohol? You feeling alright Simon?
    This could get interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottishgaucho View Post
    Haven't had any sun for a couple of days so that's not to blame....haven't had a drink today either. Maybe there's more to this sayri twist than I was led to believe?
    There's more going on there, than in an 'English Country Garden' that's for sure! We'll be seeing David Bellamy sticking his head through the bushes next. Lol
    St. Bruno simply satisfies!
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    ET Dunbar in a Brebbia.

    Brebbia 2.jpg
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    Remnants in a Barling (and cider):


    Barling.jpgPremium-Vintage-Cider.jpg
    Work is the curse of the smoking classes
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo44 View Post
    Remnants in a Barling (and cider):
    Nice pipe Jim.

    Never been one for cider which is probably just as well with a strength like that one has. A bottle of that would see me flat on my back.
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    Scottie Piersel calls this pipe a Pencil Stem Cutty, but I have always thought it a canted Dublin.

    HH Burley Flake.
    I can resist anything but temptation.
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    What's in Your Pipe? September 2018

    Aye Lads, Ye knows bout them best laid plans? Well mine went astray quickly. Whilst doin list o said chores I came under attack by a swarm o wasps which they did nae wish to be disturbed. So as I lick me wounds I be sipping a nice bowl of Messerís Cornell and Dhielís Nutty Irishman.



    A wee tankard o strong black coffee alongside...


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    "It is not that life ashore is distasteful to me. But life at sea is better." ó Sir Francis Drake, Sea Captain

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    Quote Originally Posted by allyby View Post
    ET Dunbar in a Brebbia.

    Brebbia 2.jpg
    Aye Ally, I Ďas cast me eyes upon Ye pipe wit a lusty gaze... Ďas some exceptional rustic goin on fer sure!!


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    The sun is out but as there's a heck of a wind blowing it feels quite cool. The wife is off out to the shops so I'm having a bowl of Royal Yacht along with a coffee and the Argentine equivalent of an After Eight mint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockbass View Post
    IMG_3710.JPG

    Scottie Piersel calls this pipe a Pencil Stem Cutty, but I have always thought it a canted Dublin.

    HH Burley Flake.
    Ahhh...a canted "footed" Dublin I see from the small illustration.
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