Re: How many use cigar holders?
- From: Wingman <wing98@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2008 23:36:08 -0600
On Thu, 24 Jan 2008 15:16:26 -0600, "btorvik2" <btorvik2@xxxxxxx>
Miss Elaine Eos wrote:
In article <13ph9s1c797iea9@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
"Tim J." <NOkpos3wtSPAM@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Just curious as to how many actually have and use cigar holders? If
so, what are they made of? Amber? Briar? Meerschaum? Tortoise?
I'll take the high road and assume this isn't a troll, but. . .
you're kidding, right?
I occasionally use a cedar toothpick or bamboo skewer to hold the end
of a cigar I want to nub.
I use a "corn on the cob" holder.
I've never used one of those "cigar clip" things that they sell to
attach your cigar to a golf-cart or whatever, although I've wanted one
now & again, on rare occasion. (Umbrella, when I need to switch
hands, motorcycle, etc.)
They work pretty good for cigar smoking while golfing.
I keep one in "Truckzilla", my F350 crew cab, diesel, dually, farm
truck. When the weather is nasty I clip the cigar to my console
instead of wedging it in my outside rear view mirror. I sell 'em for
$10 and usually have 1 or 2 in stock. They don't sell quickly but
they pay for their spot on the shelf.
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