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Canada Plain Packaging

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- Tue, 29 Oct 2019 05:33:57 EST 1+4E+w3G No.174456
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Starting in November, all cigarettes sold in Canada will come in a stock, brown pack. Literally the "Ugliest Colour in the World".

In addition (and less publicised), no markings on the filters, and standard sizes for all brands.

This means no more Slims, XL's, and potentially the actual engineering of the filter could be lost.

For instance, I smoke Pall Mall XL's that have a handy 'Flow Filter', the hard hollow tip so you don't get a soggy cig. Pretty sure they're axing that.

First they took Menthols, then Blunts, now they're denying me a cleaner filter.

Fuck Canada, I'm glad I'm only a couple hours from $6 Newports.
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Charlotte Wadgecocke - Fri, 28 Feb 2020 16:11:11 EST 7PZMum3z No.174592 Reply
>>174456
In Turkey we still have "flow filters (Kent and Marlboro uses it)" and corked filters (Parliament filters) and slim cigarettes. I don't think they'll standardize the filters since no one starts smoking because they're fond of the flow filter.
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Oliver Monderhood - Thu, 05 Mar 2020 17:37:04 EST siUAV9yg No.174596 Reply
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>>174382
>>174456
Alot of the newly packaged cigarettes in Canada do not taste nearly the same. Like exporte greens, definitely do not taste the same. You can go for an LD and they do burn the same, but in all I feel the tobacco has somehow changed, for the worse

Dem leaves

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- Tue, 04 Dec 2018 14:29:22 EST uYNmJEW9 No.174195
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I just learned I can buy half a kilo of tobacco leaves for 7 bucks in my country and after running it through a tobacco shredder for 19 bucks, I have perfect tax free tobacco.
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Phoebe Handleshaw - Mon, 17 Feb 2020 18:13:35 EST 3ZzvW6A3 No.174585 Reply
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>>174198
It's a while back, but I just got my first batch of whole leaves (had only checked up on it repeatedly in that post, and missed my opportunity, found a new source now though).
I don't smoke cigs though, I only do pipes, but damn these fuckers are tasty.
Smoke is much softer and nicer, I assume because of all the stuff they usually put on there. Top & base notes, humectants. Etc.

A slightly more wholesome experience, in short.. Really get to know tobacco in all it's naked glory. Super cheap too, kinda weird shipping though lol, opened the box and it was just fucking filled to the brim with leaves, more tobacco than I've probably smoked in all my life combined. Not even some kind of spacer to keep the different kinds to themselves, just stacked on top of each other.
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Eugene Pungergold - Fri, 28 Feb 2020 17:41:01 EST 3ZzvW6A3 No.174593 Reply
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Just an update to >>174585 , rolled together some of the leaves into a hometwisted rope thingy, and pressed it underneath some 10 and 5kg plates I have around for the liftin', wrapped inside foil. Turned into a neat lil tobacco puck thing. Only did a couple of days under there, but looks much more like the real stuff than just cutting the straight leaves, smells better too. About equal parts burley/virginia and some oriental (no idea which sadly, that's all the listing said at the leaf nethshop) for spice.
Pic related, kinda neat how you can still see the individual rope strands inside the puck, even though it's completely solid.
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Eugene Pungergold - Fri, 28 Feb 2020 17:48:21 EST 3ZzvW6A3 No.174594 Reply
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Pic showing the puck shape better, also shows how the pressing had an effect. The yellow virginia leaf on top was all just plain yellow before, the brown is the burley and/or virginia seeping into it.

Have another rope under the plates now, gonna let that stay under there for at least a week instead of just the couple of days. Or just let it stay there til' I've smoked up this puck. See how much difference it'll make, or won't make.

Haven't tried smoking it yet, but smells delicious. Maybe I'll have some tonight, will make a post when I do.

starting ryo cigs

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- Sun, 16 Feb 2020 12:41:58 EST DBH3Zy9+ No.174582
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im tired of paying taxes up my ass for a carton of cigs
do any of you lads have tobacco reccomendations that are similar to the flavor of your average pack of camel red 99's? i know the actual blend itself is something along the lines of virginia, prilep, and yendje but im just looking for a blend i can buy in the pounds. i currently smoke a pack and 1/2 a day
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Frederick Brallyson - Sun, 23 Feb 2020 18:56:32 EST QWBJd1iW No.174590 Reply
>>174582
Peter stokkebye Turkish blend. It's kind of hard to find but that shit is some of the best RYO I've smoked and probably the closest you'll get to a camel red.

Best Cigs, Best Country

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- Sat, 18 Jan 2020 11:42:35 EST 3ZzvW6A3 No.174555
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Which country you've been too has had the best ciggies (also what brand/name were they?)?
IIRC the only cigarettes I've heard spoken about in tones of awe are Japanese cigs and Dunhill cigarettes (though I guess those aren't made anymore?)
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Fucking Saffingwill - Sun, 09 Feb 2020 16:43:44 EST dsP1nGpr No.174573 Reply
japan is king when it comes to cigarettes
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Shitting Fanfuck - Mon, 10 Feb 2020 06:18:27 EST nnD7hNVg No.174574 Reply
I am Canadian. Our darts are rather tame compared to the American cigarettes my buddy brought from across the border. Marlboro Reds were incredible.

I've tried smokeless tobacco from Canada, Sweden, and the United States, and although the dip from the USA has the highest concentration of carcinogens, they are by far the finest products out there. The chemicals and poisons tobacco companies include in their products enhance the experience in some way.

Is best to use sparingly, but dirty, chemical-laden American products are my favourite.

I want to travel to the US as a commercial tourist and buy some American smokes, Fluorinated amphetamines, and PCP analogues.
I just wish I could safely get them back across the border to Canada with me :( Sadly, dogs at customs would smell my drugs that aren't tobacco. But still. I want me Marlboro Reds, American Spirits, Camels, Lucky Stripes, and Djarum Blacks.
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Misse - Wed, 12 Feb 2020 02:30:58 EST 3ZzvW6A3 No.174577 Reply
>>174574
>sadly dogs at customs would smell my drugs
Get a kayak?
Circle around the border seaside, pack it in one of those waterproof bags and weigh it down so it doesnt float, pull it behind you underwater. Then as long as they don't notice it, you are safe even for a light search.

Addiction Neverending

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- Thu, 06 Feb 2020 01:04:15 EST WHb/TOcx No.174568
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So I quit smoking 3 years ago.

I have had nothing but nic-fits since. Even today, I've tried filling the void with food, drugs, alcohol... but I want it. I crave it.

I'm broken, I'm done. Alcoholism is an empty shell to cover the real craving in my life...
A good hard draw.

Nat Sherman's drying out super fast and tasting bad?

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- Sun, 26 Jan 2020 19:01:38 EST V8Bq/61v No.174564
File: 1580083298351.png -(500199B / 488.48KB, 700x700) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Nat Sherman's drying out super fast and tasting bad?
guys, my favorite cigs are drying out and tasting like shit after just a few hours. What's going on? Is it the cold weather? Am I storing them incorrectly? I started putting them in my desk drawer and that helps a little, but not enough.

please refrain from sperging with your opinions about menthols or shermans. these are my personal fave and up until now have tasted better than any cig to me,
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Nell Pittforth - Tue, 28 Jan 2020 20:19:58 EST H2OGW0CG No.174565 Reply
>>174564

>Just a few hours

So this is only happening after you open them? I'd chalk it up to the cold weather, yeah. Lower humidity might just do that. I live in the southwest United States so that's an issue here for someone who smokes cigars such as myself.

Seems kinda fucky considering it's cigarettes but you can try doing what I do with my weed to keep it from drying out too quickly, put a slice or two of an orange peel in it. The orange oils help. I can't comment on whether or not it would negatively impact the taste of them but it does great for weed.

Give it a shot.

3 cigarettes

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- Mon, 06 Jan 2020 21:45:35 EST gOb8zw1K No.174544
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Does anyone else smoke more than one at once? I like to pack 3 together and smoke 'em, usually takes about 10 12 min
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Sidney Pomblesedge - Thu, 23 Jan 2020 22:58:32 EST m47PjyDa No.174561 Reply
Nah. I actually wish a brand other than Marlboro would make a 72 like cigarette for when I'm short on time.

Smoking

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- Thu, 26 Dec 2019 17:13:22 EST /q91bqh0 No.174532
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I love smoking. The cigarette pictured is a Pyramid. Those are pretty good right?
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wanting to smoke - Sat, 04 Jan 2020 17:01:57 EST BJTgOVaS No.174542 Reply
>>174532
anyone near the lake in harrison i'll gladly pay a dime in change for one ccigerette or i can get two beers if you'll like to sit a spell


Dipping Dry Tobacco

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- Mon, 25 Nov 2019 00:24:21 EST H8ZWDQPi No.174481
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Is it better for you to let a wet Tobacco like Copenhagen dry out somewhat before dipping? After awhile the Tobacco dries out, which I don't mind, I might even prefer it, but I was wondering if there are fewer nitrosamines and so on that are harmful in drier tobacco.
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Lydia Ginkinkurk - Fri, 27 Dec 2019 01:36:20 EST HwS5tD/e No.174534 Reply
>>174516
Thanks. I actually feel loads better than when I was smoking cigarettes all day. I just chew now. At times I stay up all night doing things and dipping and end up accumulating too much nicotine and undoubtedly other things as well. I would buy Redman if only I knew where to find it. It's not at my usual convenience store.
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Jared Fuckhead - Tue, 07 Jan 2020 10:45:17 EST FfNogYAv No.174548 Reply
>>174534
eventually you will override the nicotine and need more

Smoking pet-peeves

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- Thu, 13 Apr 2017 02:11:09 EST dXAmd9PP No.173427
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I pretty much have only one pet peeve about smoking and that's when you go to snub out a cigarette when you're done with it and there's just one little ember that still stays lit and starts burning through all the cigarettes in the ashtray, burning the filters making the room smell terrible
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Hugh Turveyway - Sat, 11 Jan 2020 15:12:14 EST 5bCJkPx/ No.174553 Reply
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Once in Charleston the whole cigarette disposal pole outside the courthouse got lit up from the inside. Nothing to do but sit on a bench and eat an almond butter croissant with coffee upwind. I don't trust the damn things now.
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Hugh Turveyway - Sat, 11 Jan 2020 15:16:36 EST 5bCJkPx/ No.174554 Reply
>>174553
Oh, pet peeves is people tearing the edge of my soft pack cause they don't have the patience to get a cig out when I bum one to them. Some dopey kid at my welding class is trying to make my cigarette addiction into his game, bumming a smoke then a light and having the nerve to ask multiple times for each and yammering on the phone instead of being chill. Not a peeve just wanted to share :3

Cigarettes, Cigars, Snuff, Snus, Pipes, and More

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- Thu, 19 Dec 2019 19:25:05 EST C2SQ4ajT No.174517
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Looking for new things to try besides dip and cigars, wanting to try pipes but they seem to be confusing towards me, suggest here.

new smoker tips

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- Mon, 16 Jul 2018 10:57:32 EST AV9ql2x3 No.174004
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18 for a while and uh I like cigarettes but I'm nervous to go get a pack for myself
if I even want a pack at all
so uh any tips for a novice?
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Johnaton Funkstain - Tue, 17 Dec 2019 13:51:14 EST k389jz25 No.174513 Reply
>>174027
I used to smoke my friend, however the transition to snuff and chew really is a game changer, I'm not here to hold you all back, I'm here to just say my opinion on it, like you are.

Also abstinence is a very ignorant word to use specifically because it is on a specific topic, and how I am into tobacco and rub myself, that's about the same as saying video game players are abstinent for NOT playing video games. Think about what you say next time.
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Dora Fucksheet - Tue, 17 Dec 2019 14:03:27 EST k389jz25 No.174514 Reply
>>174066
Right because smoking is totally a radical thing that all the cool kids do nowadays, kid, the cigarette rate has been lowering and transferring to snuff and vaping. Vaping causes popcorn lung and basically anything that involves smoke with shit you do not know what the fuck is in it, is always a risk, I am risking my gums and teeth for cancer rubbing snuff but I take the extra step you see. I brush my teeth after, then I eat raisins, which are scientifically proven to lower the amount of cancer and cancer cells. I then proceed to use mouthwash to then cleanse my gums and teeth AGAIN after having raisins on it after my chew, because of raisins miracle of a effect that kills off cancer and cancer cells. I have never had any problems with my teeth or gums. The government says its harmful but think about the extra steps before you say anything.

I can rub and do this and end up fine. But how are you going to take that built up smoke and tar and all that mucus shit out of your lungs? They couldn't replace that, which is why it's widely looked down on.
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Larry Peestain - Tue, 17 Dec 2019 14:05:10 EST k389jz25 No.174515 Reply
>>174078
I agree, the guy says its rad for the kids on here to start buying cigs and smoking I feel like. Because smoke ingestion by the lung and throat is so cool cause it ruins your lungs. There is no cool thing about any tobacco, this was made for adults and I feel as if sometimes I can be talking to fucking 5 year olds who talk stupid shit.

Are they stopping crushballs in 2020?

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- Sun, 24 Nov 2019 17:01:44 EST aTOVZYHl No.174479
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I've heard rumors please don't tell me they're really doing it
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Nigel Sundledale - Sun, 08 Dec 2019 00:23:05 EST 3nmKxzdo No.174503 Reply
They are already banned in the European Union since 2016.
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Johnaton Funkstain - Tue, 17 Dec 2019 11:42:51 EST jM5vhIlJ No.174511 Reply
>>174479
That has been going on for a couple of years, if I am correct. But I have a question for you smokers. Why must you ingest tobacco by INHALATION? I am not here to brag because I chew snuff and am aware it is bad too, but you do know that tobacco's purpose was literally as not to be burned and be chewed. The burning of tobacco nowadays (because of all of the shit the tobacco companies put in them), are literally fucked and release all of these toxic compounds, then you proceed to go by and inhale these toxic compounds. Back in the days when Native Americans owned land and they had their camps, before Americans took that, they had literally logged out the smoking of wild tobacco which is about 8-10% nicotine, and was also usually inhaled by the nose of these Native Americans, directly sending it to the mucus membranes by their nose pipes, and you never seen lung cancer cases back then. So I'd like to ask, why do you smoke willingly to the companies that fuck your lungs up even thought its only 2-3% nicotine whilst you could actually smoke something and not fuck your lungs up besides some sickness rarely and maybe even never get sick by using wild tobacco. It's not about you smoking, it's more about these companies and all this weird shit they put in their cigarettes and their tobacco. Tar? Who needs or even wants tar in anything that they ingest, even me, if I knew that snuff had tar, I'd be done. I suggest you all start growing wild tobacco and rolling your own, because I would not trust cigarette companies, I usually make my own snuff myself, I rarely rub with regular company made snuff.

Even though there has only been 1% of chemicals that have been found within 6,000+ chemicals and they are still studying in cigarettes, it is still disgusting to me. And I would not like to ruin my lungs neither, but I am going to post some information for you all smokers.

However, there can be smoke without fire. The harmful components of tobacco cigarette smoke are products of incomplete combustion (pyrolysis) and the degradation of tobacco cigarettes through heat (thermogenic degradation). Complete combustion occurs at a high temperature (>1300°C), higher than the heat generated by smoking a tobacco cigarette (<800°C). Typical markers of pyrolysis and thermogenic degradation of tobacco cigarettes are acetaldehyde, an irritant carcinogenic volatile organic compound, benzoapyrene, a carcinogenic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon, and carbon monoxide.

We used a smoking device designed and tested in our facility to capture the mainstream aerosol and developed to meet standards for common cigarettes and e-cigarettes. We followed the International Organization for Standardization standards for puff volume (35 mL) at 2 puffs per minute, based on observation of IQOS smokers, who took a mean of 14 puffs during 5 to 6 minutes. We analyzed volatile organic compounds and nicotine by gas chromatography coupled to a flame ionization detector and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons using high-performance liquid chromatography coupled to a fluorescence detector, as previously described. We trapped polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from IQOS cigarette smoke in a glass filter (Whatman 37 mm Ø GF/B) mounted in line with an XAD2 cartridge. For each sampling, 10 IQOS cigarettes were smoked. Each sampling support was desorbed in 10 mL of acetonitrile and sonicated for 1 hour. The eluate was evaporated in a vacuum concentrator (Speed Vac SC-200, ThermoFisher Scientific) set with 30 millibars and 27g until the residue was almost dry to prevent evaporation of the most volatile polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. The residue was filtered with polytetrafluoroethylene membrane (Acrodisc CR 13 mm, 0.45 µm, Pall Life Sciences) before it was analyzed with a high-performance liquid chromatography device (Ultimate 3000, ThermoFisher Scientific) equipped with a fluorescence detector (FLD-3000RS), UV detector (VWD-3000), and a separation column Nucleodur EC 150 × 3 mm C18 3 µm (Macherey-Nagel) under isocratic conditions (1.2 mL · min−1). We injected 2 µL into the high-performance liquid chromatography chain; methanol/water (70/30) with acetonitrile was the eluent solvent at an initial ratio of 100% to 0% (4 minutes) and a linear gradient up to 100% acetonitrile (12 minutes).

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