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Sophisticated Gentleman 12/04/25(Wed)15:24 No. 702
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I just smoked tea in my pipe.

I now endorse it.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 12/04/25(Wed)15:28 No. 703

sounds delicious, chap.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 12/04/26(Thu)01:07 No. 712

does it give you the expected aftereffects that one would normally obtain from drinking tea?


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Sophisticated Gentleman 12/04/26(Thu)01:35 No. 713
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>>712
A might bit of a caffiene buzz from english breakfast, and a complete lack of the tannins one would normally expect.

I will be reporting back with my findings on alternative varieties.

(THIS HOOLIGAN WAS ESCORTED OFF OF THE PREMISES FOR THIS IMPUDENCE)


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Sophisticated Gentleman 12/04/28(Sat)18:47 No. 724
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>>713

(THIS HOOLIGAN WAS ESCORTED OFF OF THE PREMISES FOR THIS IMPUDENCE)


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Sophisticated Gentleman 12/04/29(Sun)01:24 No. 726

:P::O::O:

(THIS HOOLIGAN WAS ESCORTED OFF OF THE PREMISES FOR THIS IMPUDENCE)


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Sophisticated Gentleman 12/04/29(Sun)06:50 No. 727

all these hooligans being escorted off the premises


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Sophisticated Gentleman 12/04/30(Mon)00:21 No. 729

I need to point out how utterly, utterly pretentious this board is, in every way. I'm not being mean. I like tea, I own a nice watch, I've even rocked a knitted tie from time to time. But, seriously? Seriously? Pack it in.

(FOUL KNAVE HAS HAD THEIR PRIVLEDGES REVOKED)


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Hajod 12/04/30(Mon)16:57 No. 732

>>729

What is this? Little pathetic poster, you are waking a dragon do you hear me, a sleeping dragon. Of all the contemptuous belligerence from a miscreant bringing insults. A ban would be a blessing for such flagrant behaviour from an insignificant pauper.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 12/05/01(Tue)06:31 No. 735

Sounds interesting. I must try this.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 12/09/28(Fri)23:52 No. 1585

Hmm, an interesting concept.

What flavors would you recommend?


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Sophisticated Gentleman 12/12/13(Thu)05:43 No. 1839

>>1585
Indeed! Regale us with your findings.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 14/01/16(Thu)04:09 No. 2673

This is rather alarming.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 14/01/22(Wed)01:49 No. 2687

My, this is indeed a fascinating conception.
However, I would be conscious of the potential detriments to one's health. Although it would certainly be absent from tobacco's harmful substances, surely there is some merit in assuming that inhaling the smoke may not be the healthiest option regarding the consumption of tea?


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Sophisticated Gentleman 14/01/22(Wed)01:51 No. 2688

>>2687
Do excuse me, I intended to write "absent of" as opposed to what I had written in my earlier post, which makes bugger-all sense in its previous linguistic form.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 14/01/22(Wed)14:40 No. 2689

>>702
I am curious what blend you selected for smudging in this pipe, chap. Might be worth a go!


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Sophisticated Gentleman 14/05/10(Sat)20:37 No. 2777

My,My this sounds like a good alternative to smoking tobacco.

i havent ever smoke tea before but always wondered what it would be like to smoke out of the pipe. better do some research for potential hazzard this might have in long run


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Sophisticated Gentleman 14/06/01(Sun)07:48 No. 2791

For aught I know gentlemen, letting smoke enter your lungs, whatever the source, is always deplorable. Only a fool with no education and no sens of self-restraint would act so unwisely.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 14/06/01(Sun)07:49 No. 2792

For aught I know gentlemen, letting smoke enter your lungs, whatever the source, is always deplorable. Only a fool with no education and no sens of self-restraint would act so unwisely.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 14/06/16(Mon)20:58 No. 2812

>>2792
Nobody wants to live to 99 anyways. Smoke it up.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 14/06/21(Sat)18:50 No. 2813

>>2812
Forget lifespan, subjecting others to your smoking, regardless of what substance you smoke, at least on this board, should be the primary issue


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Sophisticated Gentleman 14/06/21(Sat)22:25 No. 2815

>>2813
Indeed. Smoking in public is no longer a gentlemanly behavior. Though one may feel free to partake in the privacy of one's own domain. Perhaps in one's private gardens, where the experience may be tempered and enhanced by the fresh air and beauty of the surroundings.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 14/10/08(Wed)18:58 No. 2920

>>2815
I say. When you mentioned smoking not to be considered gentlemanly behaviour these days, I am sure you meant smoking what the working class calls "cigarettes" - I trust you are familiar with the concept. And while I agree on this point - the smell they produce is very much disturbing - I would say that a fine cigar or indeed a pipe, which predominantly emit an enjoyable aroma, is very much worthy to be perused by a gentleman even by today's standarts.

If a gentleman spends his time on a social gathering, it is obviously preferable to abide the host's wishes, but in the general public (mind you, not indoors) I feel that no one should wrinkle his or her forehead over a gentleman endorsing in smoking a pipe.

Now, to lead the discussion back to the topic at hand, has anyone else than the gentleman here >>702 had this or a similar experience? It is not that I do not trust this man, but I would rather have some second opinions on the matter before trying it myself - I would find it most disturbing if this should cause damage to my pipe, or even - may the gods forbid this - myself.


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Sophisticated Gentleman 14/10/09(Thu)23:06 No. 2923

>>2920
I attempted it quite a while ago with some Earl Grey. The loose leaf kind, not the reconstituted vomit in little bags.

It was like trying to smoke wood shavings, and tasted like a cavendish tobacco if you were to leave it exposed to the elements all summer long. In all, it wasn't an experience I'd enjoy repeating. At least it didn't ruin my pipe, but I wasted a good serving of tea with that smoke.



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