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Keep it work safe and stay classy.
Well said. We shan't discriminate against those of the poultry persuasion.
How to roll a proper blunt?
As has already been specified; blunts are for niggers.
Get yourself some Kings and some GV and roll like the modern man.
>still smoking weed
you can't spell heroin without hero>USER WAS BANNED FOR THIS POST
There is scientific evidence which suggests that people with lower IQ's are more likely to be racist or fear other races.
I think you'll find that you are the unsophisticated individual here.
Gentlemen of /class/, I have discovered an online store for all your grooming, smoking and general welfare of living, right here on the interweb:
What's that? Why yes it is a british shop. Well what did you expect.
Now I just wish the british would care about some dental work.
so is smoking pipe worse for you than cigarettes? I've been thinking about getting into it.
I heard most people prefer the smell, pipe smoking is all about flavour.
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Hello fellow gentlemen, I would like to know what your opinion of Paul Schlozer's two etudes is.
This board is hilarious. Please tell me you guys are just being ironic and you're not actually this euphoric.
>carefully constructed sentences, abundant with nonessential subordinate clauses and antiquated idioms, if I may say so, good sir, afford my most simple thoughts a vestige of urbanity and savoir vivre, mimetic of society's imagination of an elitist's vernacular, a cultural icon of which I have internalized from many years of watching television and cinema. Indubitably.
Put down the thesauruses, you fedoras.
>in prior to moderator retraction
Well played, good sir.
At what age did you grow out of metal, /class/?
Outgrow metal? I had a broad spectrum of music that I listened to "prior getting in to metal". Including Jazz/Classical/Rock music. However, I avoided the common sink-holes that the other juniors of my age got into, and hence didn't "grew out of like some did". I found my own niche liking to certain type of Metal that was far from the kind usually common in US.
- I never grew out of it, I grew in to it, and right now 27.
p.s. going to watch an opera at the end of December. I love my metal like I love my opera/classical music: With its highs and lows of the kind that does not cater to the needs of the "common". In a more refined way, of-course.
OP is an edgy tryhard
nobody liked him when he was into metal so now he tells everyone he's into philosophy because it's his version of edgy
im loling at the burzum shirt followed by hegel who's basically writing about god.
Cast iron or nonstick?
My mind is already made up for the cast iron camp. My go to skillet is a Lodge 12". I know cast iron cooking takes a bit more knowledge. Seasoning of the metal must be understood. The thought of dish soap removed.
Good, heavy, cast iron, heats so evenly and cooks so cleanly that I've shunned the other option. Has nonstick technology caught up to the point of wanting to pass cookware down generation like well treated cast iron? I think of all the pans I've seen with the nonstick surface worn off. Shudders.
I hate the idea I may be holding on to an old school method simply because its an old school method. I'm the first to say old is not always better. But I have yet to see an improvement in my opinion. Even if the nonstick coating is Perfect, if its on a thin pan, the heat wont be spread correctly.
TL:DR Cast iron or nonstick
Which is why you don't use non-stick for anything requiring high temperatures. They're fine as long as you don't overheat them, or scratch them with metal utensils. For eggs and such, they're perfect.
I use cast iron and stainless steel. Steel works better for more delicate food like fish and eggs.
I've used a very nice non-stick skillet for three or four years, along with a few cast iron ones. While I do love cast iron, I must say that I've never had a problem with the non-stick coating, and if I'm in a hurry, unable to take proper care, or have people I don't trust with my cast iron in the kitchen, I reach for the non-stick.
Dear gentlemen of /class/, I believe I might benefit from your advice: I am looking to resume correspondence with a man whom I respect. I intend to meet him with a classy gift, but am having difficulty choosing. [details to follow]
i second this motion
there is nothing more valuable than a good fountain pen; the calligraphy that emanates from such an item is nothing short of exquisite.
perhaps a first or rare edition of a novel he admires may do the trick also?
Furnish for his study a musket, borne in fine mahogany as pictured. Otherwise, endeavor to allow your respect and genuine interest esteem your friend until an ideal gift becomes clear.
I would second the notion of a nice pen.
A nice aluminum Kaweco Sport AL can be had for 70~ USD- a novel pen, compact when stowed, pleasing to look at and a very nice writer. I'd go with the EF nib myself. The plastic version can be had for 30~ USD.
Avoid the Lamy Safari. While a fine pen, it's *the* entry pen that everyone has and is seen everywhere. Do not buy a fancy-looking fountain pen without due research, and whatever you do, avoid any pen that's nib is stamped "Iridium Point Germany" or "IPG"- They're made in China and only usable with a good tweaking.
Hello Gentlemen, what Is your watch and knife of choice?
I carry a W.R. Case and Sons Sod Buster Jr. to clean my nails and wear a Citizen Eco-drive BM8180 to keep the time.
Ford would ask all his prospective employees the time and ask them for a knife to clean his nails.
A man is nothing without a knife and a watch.
I favor a Frary A1 Warranted, carried in the petticoat, on the right. On the left wrist, my Bulova N6. Gaudy perhaps, but the Compuchron Quartz Mechanism vibrates at 32,768 cycle per second, which I prefer.
Alas, that 'Women in Tents' or 'Frying-Pan Men' did not survive the ages.