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vibram five fingers cheap ´╗┐Cigar Smoking Archive I'm surprised that on a men's forum there are no posts on cigars. We should discuss this topic of how great it is to enjoy a fine cigar from time to time. I think that about once a month, all gentlemen should take an hour for themselves, smoke a really great cigar, and not worry about any of their daily stressful events. This is one of my favorite activities; it truly makes me immediately relax, feel masculine, and view my life with a very positive perspective. I've found that this positive experience can stay with me for many days to come. Smoking a good cigar is also a great way for guys, including young men in their 20's, to bond with each other. As long as this is only an occasional enjoyment, I would recommend that all the men try a fine cigar at least once. Just start off slowly with a mild brand, and you'll have a great experience. I think it's best done around a fraternal organization where perhaps the men are having a drink with it and it's among the ol' boys. I was at a news stand the other day and saw Cigars like I never saw as a kid. Perhaps why young boys (or boys at heart) would go for Cigars today. There were grape, peach, menthol, vanilla, and cherry flavored varieties. I also saw glass jars of pipe tobacco with even more flavors. It was like being at Baskin Robbins Ice Cream polor. The Coconut Cream nauseated me just contemplating it. The image of a Cigar tends to confer maturity upon a man like a cigarette does to a young guy in late teens in the past decades. I always thought it was with the advent of the first born where Dad passes out Cigars with the label's "It's a BOY", or "It's a GIRL" that brought a young man to his age of Cigars. Tobacco shops have these special boxes where the Cigars are labeled that way. It's also a way of establishing his own personal space somewhere when his wife is PMS. Aaaahh, the sound of mosquitoes COUGHING in the morning ! :) Yeah, they generally smoke them like someone smokes a cigarette, thinking the cigar makes them look cool. I've seen young guys do the same with pipes. Trying to appear sophisticated. They don't treat them as a delicacy. I enjoy a good cigar on special occasions. After a big meal at a family/friends get together. The guys step out on the deck and have a cigar while chewing the fat. As eDJ says, it keeps the skeeters at bay. My BIL has one of those mini humidors, which you must have if you're going to store the cigar for more than a week or so. He's a serious aficionado and carries a hole punch on his key chain. And a pressurized butane lighter that can light something in a hurricane. I was recently in Puerto Rico and got him some hand wrapped cigars. I watched the whole process of them making the cigars, pretty cool. But he likes the Dominicans best. After quiting smoking for three years I find any type of tobacco down right disgusting. I can't begin to count the number of "former smokers" whom I've heard make this remark. Good for you for quitting it. I'm not a smoker myself so I can get by with puffing a Cigar when fishing. If there aren't any skeeters I don't light up as it's not something I look forward to. (but it's better than skeeter bites) I know most former smokers wouldn't want to even risk smoking much less smell the stuff around them once they finally kicked the habit. Are there any supporters of enjoying one fine cigar on occasion? I'm not referring to those irritating co workers who need to run outside every hour to grab a cigarette. Nor am I referring to those disgusting cheap cigars you can buy at the gas station like King Edward's. The aroma of an expensive cigar is nothing like cigarette smoke, and the feeling that comes from lighting a good cigar is something you cannot know unless you appreciate it as an artform. I firmly believe that men need a way to bond or relax that is exclusively their own, and this is one of the best ways I have personally found. Are there any supporters of enjoying one fine cigar on occasion? I'm not referring to those irritating co workers who need to run outside every hour to grab a cigarette. Nor am I referring to those disgusting cheap cigars you can buy at the gas station like King Edward's. The aroma of an expensive cigar is nothing like cigarette smoke, and the feeling that comes from lighting a good cigar is something you cannot know unless you appreciate it as an artform. I firmly believe that men need a way to bond or relax that is exclusively their own, and this is one of the best ways I have personally found. Tom, I'm with you 100% on this. Nothing is finer than having a cool glass of Johnnie Walker on the rock in one hand and a Rocky Patel Vintage '92 in the other. If you play golf, I would also suggest a cigar for that as well. Those two activities are arguably my top two favorite pastimes. If you are lucky enough to have a cigar bar near you, you can find some great company and conversation that is usually absent of women (in case you need to get away from them for awhile, which we all know happens from time to time). As mentioned earlier, a cigar bar also allows you to get out of your house so your wife/dogs won't suffocate from the smoke.