I'm not buying any more jars!!

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GtrSmoker

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I'm also trying to liquidate much of my tobacco and cigar stash. Recently started smoking again over the weekend, but don't regret getting rid of some of the pipe tobacco. I still have way too much of it. I had stopped smoking because of a swallowing issue, but it is not cancer, so I'm going to smoke again. My girlfriend said I was grumpy the three months that I quit.
Welcome back. I’m glad to see things are okay.

I imagine you WERE pretty cranky. I get cranky when I have to walk into an establishment (most) that doesn’t allow smoking. Three months? Ouch.
 

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Thanks for the welcome back. It's nice to be back. It was inevitable that I would be back with all the pipes, tobacco and cigars that I have in my house. The temptation got to be too much when I was caring for my cigar humidors on Saturday - broke down and smoked one, then another, then got out some pipe tobacco and started smoking my pipes again.
 

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Thanks for the welcome back. It's nice to be back. It was inevitable that I would be back with all the pipes, tobacco and cigars that I have in my house. The temptation got to be too much when I was caring for my cigar humidors on Saturday - broke down and smoked one, then another, then got out some pipe tobacco and started smoking my pipes again.

Carpe friggin’ diem!!!
 

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Thanks for the welcome back. It's nice to be back. It was inevitable that I would be back with all the pipes, tobacco and cigars that I have in my house. The temptation got to be too much when I was caring for my cigar humidors on Saturday - broke down and smoked one, then another, then got out some pipe tobacco and started smoking my pipes again.
I truly understand!!! I, too, can resist most anything except temptation!!!!!!!!! Good to hear from you! FTRPLT
 

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I have a big tote of each, English and aromatics all in jars I need to get rid of. I’m coming to the realization that I have way too much tobacco and not enough life left to smoke it.

plus I always hear those 2 “family’s” don’t necessarily get better with age.
 

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Psych, the English blends should age nicely (due to the Ginnyweed especially). It is my understanding that aros are "what you have is what you'll have!! FWIW, FTRPLT
 

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I have quite a few sample baggies of some English blends as well as several unopened tins. Trying to smoke up the "baggie" blends before I break open any more tins.
 

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Locally (Ohio) the stores are packed with jars. Grocery, TSC, Big Box, etc.. Prices start at $9 per case.
 
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