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How To: Get your Wife/Fiance/Girlfriend to smoke cigars with you.
Papachristou Offline
#51 Posted:
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Posts: 845
wheelrite wrote:
Wow...

My Broad does what she's told.
If I direct her to leave me in my solitude,she does so .
When she has completed her chores,I then reward her with sex...



cheers to you good sir
USM_Eagle Offline
#52 Posted:
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Damn all of you for turning this into a circle jerk I was hoping he could be the new Beyder since I missed the original.
wtjvj Offline
#53 Posted:
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Ya don't have to worry until some azzbag calls ya a douche nozzle.
wtjvj Offline
#54 Posted:
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^ thread killer.
tonyt722 Offline
#55 Posted:
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^ douche nozzle
wtjvj Offline
#56 Posted:
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tonyt722 wrote:
^ douche nozzle


snizzle ****.
cacman Offline
#57 Posted:
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tljones1961 wrote:
Why would anyone want their wife to smoke cigars? It'd be like kissing an ashtray.

Always amazed by this statement. Don't want the wife smoking cigars because you don't want to “kiss an ashtray”, but yet you wish the wife to have have mad passionate sex with you after you're done smoking a couple with a few favorite alcoholic beverages??? Who's kissing the “ashtray” then???

tljones1961 wrote:
Why would anyone want their wife to smoke cigars? Besides - do you REALLY want to sit on the deck with a scotch, a cigar AND your wife?

My wife enjoys a cigar now and then. Her tastes may not be the same as mine. But who else would I want to smoke and have a drink with other than my best friend???

Guess I'm just fortunate and grateful that we can enjoy a smoke together.
kcrazeynate Offline
#58 Posted:
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cacman wrote:
Always amazed by this statement. Don't want the wife smoking cigars because you don't want to “kiss an ashtray”, but yet you wish the wife to have have mad passionate sex with you after you're done smoking a couple with a few favorite alcoholic beverages??? Who's kissing the “ashtray” then???


My wife enjoys a cigar now and then. Her tastes may not be the same as mine. But who else would I want to smoke and have a drink with other than my best friend???

Guess I'm just fortunate and grateful that we can enjoy a smoke together.


I agree with you on that one, unlike most of these guys I say if she doesn’t want to smoke then don't bi*ch to for wanting to, and if she dose want to smoke just stay away from my T52's lol... no I think just like any man that smokes cigars women to will unwind and become more relaxed, and every man knows it’s true no matter how big a game you want to talk, if your wife or your women is happy and relaxed then its a good day for every on.
ARN Offline
#59 Posted:
Joined: 10-14-2005
Posts: 11,350
n00b wrote:
Tell me again why I want to do this?

I would have to build a "her" humi so I don't have those nasty things smelling up my cigars.
My cigar budget becomes divided.
My "me time" is cut down.

Hmmm...





What he said^^^^^^^^^^
Bombdawgy Offline
#60 Posted:
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Posts: 1,892
ARN wrote:
What he said^^^^^^^^^^


What he copied from the guy that said something smart...
m j toal Offline
#61 Posted:
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Confused Huh
DaQueenBeez Offline
#62 Posted:
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Sounds like a lot of SOTL issues... Think
m j toal Offline
#63 Posted:
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Blink
honda250r Offline
#64 Posted:
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So where did NANCY go. Guess no Nubs for you Tony.. heheheheheeheh
BDS12 Offline
#65 Posted:
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honda250r wrote:
So where did NANCY go. Guess no Nubs for you Tony.. heheheheheeheh



Maybe he went to get a BRO job
BDS12 Offline
#66 Posted:
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^ Still laughin!!
daveincincy Offline
#67 Posted:
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mr2324jgf wrote:
My wife isn't totally against cigars. In fact, she's tried her fair share. In the past, she's uttered the words "I love the smell, they're just so nasty and taste like smoke!"

I eventually bought her come cigarillo's.


I'm guessing that type of cigar/cigarillo sells real well in San Fran. Whistle


05busa Offline
#68 Posted:
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Posts: 95,453
LMBAO
BDS12 Offline
#69 Posted:
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Cincy,

Wow, thought you changed it but it does really say that, lmao



Major mistake newb, or was it??


Stick around, thats whats good about this forum, always great for some laughs



05busa Offline
#70 Posted:
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i wonder what she looks like
m j toal Offline
#71 Posted:
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............and I'm still laughing............
05busa Offline
#72 Posted:
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she might be fun
honda250r Offline
#73 Posted:
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Maybe she can infuse some for us...hmmmmmm
m j toal Offline
#74 Posted:
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Continue........
on63 Offline
#75 Posted:
Joined: 08-26-2007
Posts: 739
Found it! I love this guy!
hambone71 Offline
#76 Posted:
Joined: 11-07-2011
Posts: 1,674
05busa wrote:
Cant u just dress your ***** as a cigar and call it a day??


Excellent idea. My wife loves AF SS. Liar

This thread was great by the way.
Lancaster6802 Offline
#77 Posted:
Joined: 10-20-2011
Posts: 7,259
Yea, Im just going to keep my mouth shut on this one.........
But dude, seriously, you want your better half to to share in this expensive habit with you? That means you get half as much to smoke

No Thank you!

m j toal Offline
#78 Posted:
Joined: 03-06-2009
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Don't kcuf with mr2324jgf noob !

Or this thread might get bro-own out of proportion.ram27bat
ZRX1200 Offline
#79 Posted:
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Posts: 35,949
Yes till we see pics of your broad playa you are queer.

DaQueenBeez Offline
#80 Posted:
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Lancaster6802 wrote:
Yea, Im just going to keep my mouth shut on this one.........
But dude, seriously, you want your better half to to share in this expensive habit with you? That means you get half as much to smoke

No Thank you!






Shame on you Not talking

Shame, shame on you!
SUPERTROLLER Offline
#81 Posted:
Joined: 05-16-2008
Posts: 593
That's not my intention.... mine is to enjoy the site, enjoy cigars and enjoy life... so besmirch all you like... you're not doing any real damage[/quote]


"NO,,,, Don't besmirch me Bro. Please don't besmirch me"


(We're supposed to take Cigar Smoking 101 from this dumbazz? Give me a break.)
wheelrite Offline
#82 Posted:
Joined: 11-01-2006
Posts: 47,532
whatever happened to this homo anyway ?
dubleuhb Offline
#83 Posted:
Joined: 03-20-2011
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Think he got skeered and humiliated.
Lancaster6802 Offline
#84 Posted:
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DaQueenBeez wrote:
Shame on you Not talking

Shame, shame on you!


No disrespect queen, it's just that my wife already has her own expensive hobbies outside of smoking, and I'd like to keep it that way. The flip side she would be more acceptable to not getting mad when I spend 1-3 hours herfing with buddies if she got to participate
DaQueenBeez Offline
#85 Posted:
Joined: 01-26-2007
Posts: 19,620
Lancaster6802 wrote:
No disrespect queen, it's just that my wife already has her own expensive hobbies outside of smoking, and I'd like to keep it that way. The flip side she would be more acceptable to not getting mad when I spend 1-3 hours herfing with buddies if she got to participate



None taken - I was just teasing! To each his own, however... you're on track about her having more patience with it if she is participating. Also, you will probably end up with more in the humi if she develops an interest!
m j toal Offline
#86 Posted:
Joined: 03-06-2009
Posts: 2,923
5) You can't teach a lady the finer points of cigar smoking (training the palette, the in-n-outs of cigars) right away, it takes time.
6) Only delve into training after you have the heated space, and mix random points into a cigar into your deep conversation.

This will lead you into a fortress of cigar smoking solitude.






Somehow I get the impression that he's teaching his wife something other than cigar smoking.


Just replace cigar whilst another noun......

and smoking whilst another action verb.

It's fun !!!!

There are hundreds of combinations.


I will continue to pray for her.




Mike Hunt
delta1 Offline
#87 Posted:
Joined: 11-23-2011
Posts: 5,091
been married more than 31 years, and my DOW and I will be retiring within next few years, so we'll be spending a lot of quality time together. We each need our own pursuits, away from the other, or the homicide rate will go up in our town. I enjoy fishing, biking and cigars and am happy to go solo, though those activities are fun in the company of bros.
MrsSledn Offline
#88 Posted:
Joined: 12-06-2004
Posts: 8,332
Glad I didn't see this thread the first time around.

There is nothing I like more then sitting back and enjoying a nice cigar while the husband relaxes and enjoys one also. Whether we sit outside in silence listening to the radio or kick back in the Man Cave out in the garage. It's time together with my best friend. I miss those times. He still gets to go herf and go out and have his alone time also. I used to go to the herfs also, but I have scaled back on that with being preggers. Heck I was even an Admin and Moderator at Cigar forums for years.

And it gets better. I buy him cigars all the time. And I enjoy it! Heck I found and bought him his cabinet humidor. I love finding certain cigars he can't and surprising him with them.

I won't apologize for it either. Shame on you

phillyjack Offline
#89 Posted:
Joined: 01-03-2011
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There are pluses to getting your lady into cigars. You'll have a better chance of having a indoor smoking lounge and not freezing your butt off out doors... I think couples need a common interest other then the kids Dance, workout, cooking and ect it will make life alot better in the long run..
m j toal Offline
#90 Posted:
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MrsSledn wrote:
Glad I didn't see this thread the first time around.

There is nothing I like more then sitting back and enjoying a nice cigar while the husband relaxes and enjoys one also. Whether we sit outside in silence listening to the radio or kick back in the Man Cave out in the garage. It's time together with my best friend. I miss those times. He still gets to go herf and go out and have his alone time also. I used to go to the herfs also, but I have scaled back on that with being preggers. Heck I was even an Admin and Moderator at Cigar forums for years.

And it gets better. I buy him cigars all the time. And I enjoy it! Heck I found and bought him his cabinet humidor. I love finding certain cigars he can't and surprising him with them.

I won't apologize for it either. Shame on you





Nothing wrong with enjoying your spouses company regardless of the activity. That's not the point. lol

The point is, is that this guy is talking about his wife-girlfriend, or whatever she is, like she is a helpless lost puppy that he rescued from the SPCA. And is training her so he can mold her into the best pet she can be. Then maybe she can get a biscuit for doing her trick right. lol

I bet she folds his underwear just perfectly like a good maid should. If not, rest assure, her bro whilst teach her the finer points of creasing his drawers so his skid marks don't show. lol

Why on Earth would anyone want to share how to better train your wife to do anything. lol

Think about it and whilst discover how pityful this is. lol

I whilst cotinue to pray for her well-being and hope she learns her tricks quickly so she doesn't get whacked in the nose with a rolled up newspaper too many times. lol

Mike H. lol
bluefox3681 Offline
#91 Posted:
Joined: 01-21-2008
Posts: 520
So, I shouldn't over bro her? What about Bro-icing?

MrsSledn Offline
#92 Posted:
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m j toal wrote:
Nothing wrong with enjoying your spouses company regardless of the activity. That's not the point. lol

The point is, is that this guy is talking about his wife-girlfriend, or whatever she is, like she is a helpless lost puppy that he rescued from the SPCA. And is training her so he can mold her into the best pet she can be. Then maybe she can get a biscuit for doing her trick right. lol

I bet she folds his underwear just perfectly like a good maid should. If not, rest assure, her bro whilst teach her the finer points of creasing his drawers so his skid marks don't show. lol

Why on Earth would anyone want to share how to better train your wife to do anything. lol

Think about it and whilst discover how pityful this is. lol

I whilst cotinue to pray for her well-being and hope she learns her tricks quickly so she doesn't get whacked in the nose with a rolled up newspaper too many times. lol

Mike H. lol


I am sorry. Maybe it was just me but I didn't read it that way. I read it as he was trying to spend more time with his wife doing something they could both enjoy and other BOTL ripping on him for allowing her to intrude on "man" time.

Pheloniousmunk Offline
#93 Posted:
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m j toal wrote:
Nothing wrong with enjoying your spouses company regardless of the activity. That's not the point. lol

The point is, is that this guy is talking about his wife-girlfriend, or whatever she is, like she is a helpless lost puppy that he rescued from the SPCA. And is training her so he can mold her into the best pet she can be. Then maybe she can get a biscuit for doing her trick right. lol

I bet she folds his underwear just perfectly like a good maid should. If not, rest assure, her bro whilst teach her the finer points of creasing his drawers so his skid marks don't show. lol

Why on Earth would anyone want to share how to better train your wife to do anything. lol

Think about it and whilst discover how pityful this is. lol

I whilst cotinue to pray for her well-being and hope she learns her tricks quickly so she doesn't get whacked in the nose with a rolled up newspaper too many times. lol

Mike H. lol

Have you ever really known a submissive? My guess is not, and not like that makes you a bad guy or something, but many subs like to be trained and given menial tasks to do for their dom. I kid you not, it makes them feel complete. Perhaps that is the relationship that mr2324jgf has with his wife? I think it's also what wheel alludes to. Don't knock it just because you don't understand it. Lotta different type of peeps in this world.....
z6joker9 Offline
#94 Posted:
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My dear wife (of 3 months) will sometimes puff on a flavored cigar or try whatever I'm smoking. Right now she is lounging on the couch with the dog, thumbing through a French-English dictionary. I'm pretty sure she's happy that I am outside leaving her alone.
phillyjack Offline
#95 Posted:
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m j toal Offline
#96 Posted:
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Pheloniousmunk wrote:
Have you ever really known a submissive? My guess is not, and not like that makes you a bad guy or something, but many subs like to be trained and given menial tasks to do for their dom. I kid you not, it makes them feel complete. Perhaps that is the relationship that mr2324jgf has with his wife? I think it's also what wheel alludes to. Don't knock it just because you don't understand it. Lotta different type of peeps in this world.....



First,
I don't even know what the kcuf you're talking about.

Second,
I don't give a flying kcuf what kind of relationship anyone has with their spouse. Nor do I ponder the rationale of, or do I want to know, submissives and dominates. Nor am I knocking something you claim I don't understand. I don't care.

Third,
I simply think it's bizarre why he would post a thread advertising how wonderful he thinks he is because he trained his wife the difficult and grueling tasks of how to smoke cigars. Then assume that the folks on this board would embrace him and honor him like a guru because of his breakthrough discovery and remarkable wizardry.
I challange you to find a more self-serving, pompous, and kcuf-ed up post on these forums.

Last,
Yes there are a lotta different peeps in the world. In this case, maybe one too many.........lol
m j toal Offline
#97 Posted:
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delta1 wrote:
been married more than 31 years, and my DOW and I will be retiring within next few years, so we'll be spending a lot of quality time together. We each need our own pursuits, away from the other, or the homicide rate will go up in our town. I enjoy fishing, biking and cigars and am happy to go solo, though those activities are fun in the company of bros.



ROTFLMBO.....Beer
itsawaldo Offline
#98 Posted:
Joined: 09-10-2006
Posts: 3,172
MrsSledn wrote:


And it gets better. I buy him cigars all the time. And I enjoy it! Heck I found and bought him his cabinet humidor. I love finding certain cigars he can't and surprising him with them.

I won't apologize for it either. Shame on you



Uh MrsSledn, what are you doing the rest of my life?
MrsSledn Offline
#99 Posted:
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itsawaldo wrote:
Uh MrsSledn, what are you doing the rest of my life?



LOL

That's debatable! Hahaha
Pheloniousmunk Offline
#100 Posted:
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m j toal wrote:
First,
I don't even know what the kcuf you're talking about.

Second,
I don't give a flying kcuf what kind of relationship anyone has with thier spouse. Nor do I ponder the rationale of, or do I want to know, submissives and dominates. Nor am I knocking something you claim I don't understand. I don't care.

Third,
I simply think it's bizarre why he would post a thread advertising how wonderful he thinks he is because he trained his wife the difficult and grueling task of how to smoke cigars. Then assume that the folks on this board would embrace him and honor him like a guru because of his breakthrough discovery and remarkable wizardry.
I challange you to find a more self-serving, pompous, and kcuf-ed up post on these forums.

Last,
Yes there are a lotta different peeps in the world. In this case, maybe one too many.........lol

Hey, there wasn't any offense intended toward you on my part , I tried to add some levity by saying it doesn't make you a bad guy if you don't understand a type of relationship which seems foreign to you and is in fact foreign to most people. I guess I failed in that, my apologies.
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