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bgz Offline
#51 Posted:
Joined: 07-29-2014
Posts: 7,258
Stop, you're just embarrassing your self.

Know your audience, last I checked this wasn't a proctology forum Captain Fistula.
RMAN4443 Offline
#52 Posted:
Joined: 09-29-2016
Posts: 5,994
victor809 wrote:
At this point you must know that a fistula is not fisting, based solely on context of our conversation.

Either you're dense... Or just trying to drive the same joke over and over after it really didn't get anywhere the first time.

A fisting joke is way more boring than an actually fisting

So, your saying you find actually fisting more exciting than just joking about it?Think Not talking
victor809 Offline
#53 Posted:
Joined: 10-14-2011
Posts: 18,963
See bgz... Now that's how you make a somewhat amusing fisting joke.

I'm sorry your vocabulary is too limited to have included the word fistula. I'll try to use less technical terms next time I call you a name.
bgz Offline
#54 Posted:
Joined: 07-29-2014
Posts: 7,258
Not everyone has to go see a proctologist twice a year Captain Fistula.

You don't even know how bad you are at this, lol.

victor809 Offline
#55 Posted:
Joined: 10-14-2011
Posts: 18,963
Or you really overestimate how good you are...

In an old fallout game there was a robot named fisto. Or something like that. I'm assuming that's what you're trying for.

Keep trying.
bgz Offline
#56 Posted:
Joined: 07-29-2014
Posts: 7,258
Nah, I think I'll just call you Captain Fistula from now on, it's an awesome name, you'll grow to love it.

I don't need to try... Like I said, if this was a proctology forum, all your fellow azz nerds would be like... This BGZ guy obviously doesn't know what a fistula is, he's clearly an idiot.

In the real world, you earn the nickname Captain Fistula.

So you can take that proctologist dictionary and shove it up your azz :D

(Try not to give yourself a fissure while you do it).
ZRX1200 Offline
#57 Posted:
Joined: 07-08-2007
Posts: 49,540
LMAO......
victor809 Offline
#58 Posted:
Joined: 10-14-2011
Posts: 18,963
Huh... Really no interest in knowledge.
Sad

Fistulas aren't even relegated to anal fistulas. The first I heard of was a historical medical reference, very critical to our understanding of the stomach, when a gentleman got a gastric fistula from a gunshot.

Similarly there are aortic fistulas...

But you keep on with your low-information "haha it makes me think of fisting"....

S**t... It sounds like you're trying to get me to wear you like a hand puppet.
bgz Offline
#59 Posted:
Joined: 07-29-2014
Posts: 7,258
Thanks for the history lesson Cap.
Ewok126 Offline
#60 Posted:
Joined: 06-25-2017
Posts: 4,356
Good Gawd almighty!

I come in to check the noob's intro and I run slap into you all talking about fistulas,fisting, and fissures and the true meaning. LMAO I will just leave with this.

Noob welcome to the club lol.

As for the other crazy chit I will leave you all with a Mark Twain quote.

"“The difference between the almost right word and the right word is really a large matter – it’s the difference between the lightning bug and the lightning.”

Next subject, is it Lesion or Laceration or neither when referring to genital warts?

Some advice noob. If it is "sticks" you are smoking, you might want to try the Martha Stewart Gardening Forums. There is this one dude here that also has some great gardening advice when it comes to puffing wood or so I have heard. You can message him here. http://www.cigarbid.com/...um/c/pmessage/?u=134385 Feel free to ask him for any advice you might need. ThumpUp

tonygraz Offline
#61 Posted:
Joined: 08-11-2008
Posts: 11,122
Now you guys got me wondering where the 0 in StevO came from.
ZRX1200 Offline
#62 Posted:
Joined: 07-08-2007
Posts: 49,540
His balloon knot if he hangs out with Victor.....
delta1 Offline
#63 Posted:
Joined: 11-23-2011
Posts: 17,646
that was the shape of his mouth as he tiptoed backwards outta here...definitely not going to expose his rear to this bunch...
stev0 Offline
#64 Posted:
Joined: 01-11-2019
Posts: 4
Not trying to change the subject from the heavy focus on everyone’s anal cavity, but I think i found my new favorite cigar (not stick, point taken).

Padron 4000 Natural. Had one tonight at my local spot. Cost me $11 and I had it with 2 fingers of Blantons. Probably the best cigar I’ve ever had. Had a hiccup halfway through and needed a relight, but overall very smooth and creamy. The preflight draw reminded me of sweet tobacco, think Golden Blend chewing tobocco. The rest of the cigar didn’t disappoint. Very smooth, medium body smoke. Not going to get into flavor profile, because I think that **** is all subjective, just an overall great cigar.

Steve
ZRX1200 Offline
#65 Posted:
Joined: 07-08-2007
Posts: 49,540
Padron thousand series is a very approachable cigar. I like the Delicias maduro myself
opelmanta1900 Offline
#66 Posted:
Joined: 01-10-2012
Posts: 9,845
Every x000 I ever smoked had a loose draw... Gave up on them many years ago... But if you love the 4000, try the 64 or 26...
Sunoverbeach Offline
#67 Posted:
Joined: 08-11-2017
Posts: 1,834
I keep planning on trying the 64 or 26 but bills keep showing up and stealing all my money
dstieger Offline
#68 Posted:
Joined: 06-22-2007
Posts: 10,326
I'm in the opposite SteveLetter camp...the SteveR...side....overrated and overpriced, well constructed cigar of consistent blandness
bgz Offline
#69 Posted:
Joined: 07-29-2014
Posts: 7,258
My fav is the 6000 torpedo out of the regular line (it's pretty much the only one I'll buy).

I like all the 64's and 26's I've had as well.
moonman Offline
#70 Posted:
Joined: 11-21-2004
Posts: 3,978
Fire up the grill ! We got fresh meat. Marinade or spice rub?
KingoftheCove Offline
#71 Posted:
Joined: 10-08-2011
Posts: 5,471
The 000 series Maduro is one of my favs.....2000 and the 3000, and the Delicias, even the Londres.
I let em sit for at least a year, usually 2, often longer........shallow v-cut......excellent cigar from under 3 to 4 bucks.
Light puffing is the key.........people often hit these too hard.

Pudding Mittens Offline
#72 Posted:
Joined: 08-15-2016
Posts: 749
KingoftheCove wrote:
shallow v-cut

If you have the cash for 3 different V-cutters, here's a great setup:

Shallow V-cut: Xikar VX (lifetime warranty)
Medium V-cut: Xikar VX2 (lifetime warranty)
Deep V-cut: Colibri (short warranty only)

This is the set I use, selecting which one to use based on the nature of each individual cigar (vitola, cap shape/geometry, draw firmness or looseness, etc.)

Most often I use the Xikar VX2 (side note: the red and gunmetal finishes are totally awesome-looking), but the other two definitely have their place and are occasionally optimal.
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KingoftheCove Offline
#73 Posted:
Joined: 10-08-2011
Posts: 5,471
I just have a Wolf cutter....
But I’m a professional........I can make varying cuts with a single cutter...heh!
Pudding Mittens Offline
#74 Posted:
Joined: 08-15-2016
Posts: 749
KingoftheCove wrote:
I just have a Wolf cutter....
But I’m a professional........I can make varying cuts with a single cutter...heh!

Yes, it's possible to position the cigar's head differently when cutting, to get different depths of cut with a single cutter.

However, this technique eliminates an otherwise perfectly good excuse to purchase multiple cutters, so I chose to ignore it. jester
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Ewok126 Offline
#75 Posted:
Joined: 06-25-2017
Posts: 4,356
^^^ I like your way of thinking.

There are only two cuts I like, the V cut and the Dick cut. I have yet to find a punch I like.
Palama Offline
#76 Posted:
Joined: 02-05-2013
Posts: 11,915
Pudding Mittens wrote:
If you have the cash for 3 different V-cutters, here's a great setup:

Shallow V-cut: Xikar VX (lifetime warranty)
Medium V-cut: Xikar VX2 (lifetime warranty)
Deep V-cut: Colibri (short warranty only)

This is the set I use, selecting which one to use based on the nature of each individual cigar (vitola, cap shape/geometry, draw firmness or looseness, etc.)

Most often I use the Xikar VX2 (side note: the red and gunmetal finishes are totally awesome-looking), but the other two definitely have their place and are occasionally optimal.
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Have 2 of the three but held off on getting the VX2 since I already had a Colibri. When a single VX cut wasn’t enough, I’d do an X cut...I might wanna rethink that now.
Pudding Mittens Offline
#77 Posted:
Joined: 08-15-2016
Posts: 749
Palama wrote:
Have 2 of the three but held off on getting the VX2 since I already had a Colibri. When a single VX cut wasn’t enough, I’d do an X cut...I might wanna rethink that now.

Honestly, the VX2 is great, you'll love it. Not too shallow, not too deep. The V is not too narrow, or too wide, either. Large, heavy, great-looking and great-feeling piece. Spring-loaded action is smooth and responsive, and you have to press both releases simultaneously, so no accidental openings. Cuts smoothly and nicely.

Find one cheap. I see them on the "Scary" discount site that's run by the "Very Well-Known" cigar company pretty often.

Get either the red or the gunmetal finish though. Trust me. They blow the other finishes away. The red looks like a clear-coated metallic red sports car paint job, gorgeous, and the gunmetal is like a slightly gray-tinted mirror finish. Also gorgeous.
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