Booyaa

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About Booyaa

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    U.K.
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    Cigars, soccer, my children.

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  1. Great achievement zb, well done.
  2. D without a doubt. Don't see what the problem is.
  3. They do exist. Been smoking for 25 years and always preferred the larger ring gauges. My old man was the same.
  4. Employee Benefits Consulting. Best bit is meeting clients and getting a tour of their factories/offices. Other than that pretty dull on the most part with the admin aspect and having to shout at incompetent employees/insurance companies.
  5. Perhaps it has but the people involved were making too much money from plumey/mouldy cigars to publish the results...
  6. I knew that guy!!!

    Oh yeah, and Bret McKenzie from Flight of the Conchords/LOTR fame is my cousin (sort of).
  7. I knew that guy!!!

    Used to at ball with a couple of guys that got to the NBA and played against Dirk Nowitzki when he played for Germany in the junior euros. Got a few friends who are comedians and actors in the UK and are on TV quite a bit.
  8. That is an ugly looking stuck. Every BHK I've had have been beautiful looking sticks, that looks way off to me. Smoke and see though, that where you will get a better idea than some dumb ass on the internet.
  9. Ye Whisky of Ye Monks

    Glad you enjoyed it.
  10. Ye Whisky of Ye Monks

    Mid seventies I think this was around. It's blended and about 12 y/o. My old man got some in Spain oddly enough and enjoyed it.
  11. Really enjoy them. Got a box at Dubai duty free when transiting through there a few years ago. Nice smoke.
  12. English is mostly a bastardisation of other languages so this is just a natural occurrence. I don't really see a problem. Also, if you work internationally, any decent company would have a set style for which "version" of English to use. In my firm, being American owned, if it is for company wide/global use then the American English is the correct format, if it is for local release, we should use the correct local version, whatever that region uses.
  13. I used solid mahogany when I made mine and not had a problem with it, no cedar lining.
  14. Scotland is in the UK (as is a lot of Ireland).
  15. What is the manufacturing number all about?

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