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sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.

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but most of the time, it's a penis.

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Rocky Patel Decade ($10 or so)

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Rocky Patel 50 (very good, but about $20-$25)

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Rocky Patel Vintage 2003 (About $8)

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When I used to smoke them I enjoyed Dunhill's and Ashton's. not overpriced but good flavor.

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Always was a fan of baccarats.

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Stay away from Maduros until you've gotten a tolerance for heavier smoke. Start with anything Connecticut wrap and you'll be fine.

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hit a top notch tobacco shop and ONLY smoke when it is absolutely a special occasion. makes the cigar that much better. kinda reminds me of the time i jumped bail back in the 80's and was never caught. ended up in florida with a couple of latina's at this dance club. ahh, the drinks were flowing and....oh sorry for that flashback.

yes. make sure it's a special occasion.

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Ashtons are great for the price.

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Cuban

make sure you get them from a reputable dealer...there really is a huge difference between real and knock off when it comes to the quality of a good cigar.

I'm not a smoker, but I have to admit, I do enjoy a good Cuban cigar from time to time.

I've often thought I'd start smoking a pipe as I really love the smell....but I've yet to give er a try.

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Cuban

make sure you get them from a reputable dealer...there really is a huge difference between real and knock off when it comes to the quality of a good cigar.

I'm not a smoker, but I have to admit, I do enjoy a good Cuban cigar from time to time.

I've often thought I'd start smoking a pipe as I really love the smell....but I've yet to give er a try.

You know we can't buy those down here, but you could mail us some...

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we can talk

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