My ultimate nr 1 that gave the most intense rush, Nicotin and whatever else is in there, can give. Was a snuffing Tobacco blend, from a windmill that had different types. Oldskool hand made in a mill from back when they snorted Tobacco. Weird people back then, hurts as a mf.What’s everyone’s nicotine of choice?
If you smoke what’s your brand and how many packs do you smoke per day?
If you chew/dip/snus how many cans per day?
If you vape what’s your favorite vape and your favorite e-liquid?
When I was a teenager I smoked any type of cigarette I could get my hands on. When I was in my 20’s I would chew and dip pretty often. I found that Swedish snus was the most enjoyable tobacco experience I could find. Sadly there is little to no Swedish snus sold in America. I used a Juul vape for about a year but it was causing me breathing problems so I quit. Now I use tobacco free nicotine pouches usually 6 or 8mg and I find they add a nice buzz to whatever drug I’m using.
This."Quitting smoking is easy. I've done it a thousand times." -- Mark Twain
Yeah no White person smoked Newports in my area, they were deemed for the African Americans and Hispanics, and I'm for North Jersey, and Racism was big time back then, if you smoked Newports or Kools, they'd call you the N word or S word, I tried a menthol once out of curiosity, but didn't like it anyways.It's gotta be dip. I hate the flavor and the effects, but there's something so satisfying about grossing out everyone in your vicinity with an old diet coke bottle full of saliva and spent tobacco. You've gotta be extremely loud about it too.
Nah, really, Newports. Growing up, my grandfather told me Menthol cigarettes were "N****R Breathmints". The subtle, entrenched racism of Boston. You have the townies who would probably still lynch the right person in the right circumstances, then you've got the college types. It's a tale of two cities. I guess it's reallly not funny at all. Boston has a veneer of class, but below that is probably one of the most casually racist citites north of the deep south.
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