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Mooch Madness
Mandobro Offline
#1 Posted:
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Brother Dave (Mandoman) is coming to Maine for a visit. His last visit was a month long moochfest. I'm ready for him this time. I have a stock of WOPs and WOGs aging on top of the fridge. They should be primo when he gets here in April. If any of you azzhats, old peckerheads, or other B/SOTLs want to stop by for a visit, c'mon up. Plenty of seats and free parking.
Mandoman Offline
#2 Posted:
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Yep, you've heard of Superman, Batman, and (snicker) Captain Marvel. Well, I'm Moochman, alias Mr. Mooch.
tonygraz Offline
#3 Posted:
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I didn't know there were that many WOPs in Maine. When is the party ?
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#4 Posted:
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tonygraz wrote:
I didn't know there were that many WOPs in Maine. When is the party ?

Bro gets here on April 5 and will be here a week. For us, the party will be till he leaves. It took a while, but, I scarfed up all 4 WOPs here in the Pine Tree State.
Mandoman Offline
#5 Posted:
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Mandobro wrote:
Brother Dave (Mandoman) is coming to Maine for a visit. His last visit was a month long moochfest. I'm ready for him this time. I have a stock of WOPs and WOGs aging on top of the fridge. They should be primo when he gets here in April. If any of you azzhats, old peckerheads, or other B/SOTLs want to stop by for a visit, c'mon up. Plenty of seats and free parking.

What he didn't say is that we'll travel to SE VA after my visit north where the mantle of mooch master will shift.
tonygraz Offline
#6 Posted:
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Too soon for me. Maine trip is in June.
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tonygraz wrote:
Too soon for me. Maine trip is in June.

In the immortal words of Aaaaaaaanold, "I'll be back!" Come by then.
Mandobro Offline
#8 Posted:
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Two weeks
Mandobro Offline
#9 Posted:
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One week!
Mandoman Offline
#10 Posted:
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Spring sprung up there yet?
Mandoman Offline
#11 Posted:
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Arrived yesterday afternoon. AAAAANNNNDDDD let the mooching commence!
Smoked a great Hiram & Solomon last night.
Anticipating another great smoke tonight.
mjrburn Offline
#12 Posted:
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Gotta keep the bro's happy! Gave my big brother a 2018 Opus X Perfecxion X tonight...he said, "it's good, but I'll stick to my Punch"...from now on, he gets Punch!...no Opus for you!!! d'oh!
Mandoman Offline
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mjrburn wrote:
Gotta keep the bro's happy! Gave my big brother a 2018 Opus X Perfecxion X tonight...he said, "it's good, but I'll stick to my Punch"...from now on, he gets Punch!...no Opus for you!!! d'oh!

I like Opus, had several, but none in a few years.
I'm with yer bro, I'll take the Punch.
Anyway, continued the madness last night with a Regis Seleccion Orchant. Very nice.
Pudding Mittens Offline
#14 Posted:
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mjrburn wrote:
Gotta keep the bro's happy! Gave my big brother a 2018 Opus X Perfecxion X tonight...he said, "it's good, but I'll stick to my Punch"...from now on, he gets Punch!...no Opus for you!!! d'oh!

He might be like me and several of my cigar pals... all of us find Fuente stuff (including higher-end stuff like Opus X) to be mostly-flavorless and boring.

Palates differ! There is no right or wrong. But, I'm just saying that he might be one of us!
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KingoftheCove Offline
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Mandoman wrote:
I like Opus, had several, but none in a few years.
I'm with yer bro, I'll take the Punch.
Anyway, continued the madness last night with a Regis Seleccion Orchant. Very nice.

I smoked a 2012, 5+ years ago, gifted to me by a botl from lil sister’s Forum.
It remains the best cigar I’ve ever smoked.
Mandoman Offline
#16 Posted:
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Millions of cigar enthusiasts, thousands of different cigars. We all can't like the same ones.

Anyway, the madness continued yesterday with Camacho Diploma and Liga Privada Velvet Rat.
Mandoman Offline
#17 Posted:
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Continuing the chronicle on Mooch Madness.
Yes, the mooching continued with Victor Calve box press maduro, followed by a BLTC Bishop's Blend.
Very different cigars, but both tasty.
Mandoman Offline
#18 Posted:
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🎵🎶 Moochin', moochin' man, I'm gonna be a moochin' man
Moochin', moochin' man, I'm goons be a MOOCH! 🎵🎶

Last night's selection was a LFD La Nox
Mandoman Offline
#19 Posted:
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Dayum, I am amazed at the non-interest in this thread!
However, I'll stoically push on.
Last night we smoked, for any interested folk, Perdomo Vintage 12 yr.
Very nice, very smooth.
Mandobro Offline
#20 Posted:
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For those of you who might be wondering about the WOPs and WOGs I promised, I've been saving those gems for the grand finale tomorrow as the Mooch Madness Tour moves to Norfolk on Saturday.
frankj1 Offline
#21 Posted:
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I've been reading faithfully so I'll give ya a pity post!

just messing wif youse. You guys are great bruddahs and great BOTL.
Mandoman Offline
#22 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
I've been reading faithfully so I'll give ya a pity post!

just messing wif youse. You guys are great bruddahs and great BOTL.

Thank you for the kind words.

Now, in keeping with this thread, send me some cigars!
Or, we'll stop by on the way to Virginia, tomorrow, and pick 'me up.
frankj1 Offline
#23 Posted:
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I moved.
Pudding Mittens Offline
#24 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
I moved.

So did my bowels, a few hours ago. Herfing
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tonygraz Offline
#25 Posted:
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It was way past due.
Mandoman Offline
#26 Posted:
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Two day trip from Maine to Virginia.
Along the way, we enjoyed cigars by
Hiram & Solomon Shriner
Pardon 64 Anniversary
Hoile OSOK
Ashton ESG
Mandobro Offline
#27 Posted:
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My brother told me today that since we're in Norfolk, I'm supposed to keep the travelogue (smokelogue?) going. Since I know he eagerly awaits the daily posting, I must apologize to Frankie T for not keeping this up. Sorry, Frank, I hope you can sleep tonight. BTW, I hear you're retired. Anyway, yesterday was Pioneer Village, CAO Nicaragua, and a Diesel (or MOW, they all taste the same to me). Today was Punch Day - Bareknuckle and Deluxe.
frankj1 Offline
#28 Posted:
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I'll sleep better now, thanks.
You heard right, I'm retired...I think you'd like it.
Mandobro Offline
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frankj1 wrote:
I'll sleep better now, thanks.
You heard right, I'm retired...I think you'd like it.


I'll talk to my brother, maybe we'll give it a try.
Mandobro Offline
#30 Posted:
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Today's tasty morsels were La Herencia Cubana toro and La Herencia Cubana Oscuro Fuerte. Goodnight, Frank.
frankj1 Offline
#31 Posted:
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out all day, just got in. Maybe I'll have a smoke if the Celts continue to play like chit
Mandobro Offline
#32 Posted:
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On our day trip to see our brother, we fired up an LFD and an Entrada, 1st Edition
Mandobro Offline
#33 Posted:
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Mooch Madness ends with Flathead Friday. Going home tomorrow, gotta smoke my own cigars.
Mandoman Offline
#34 Posted:
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Have a safe trip.
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