That’s a bad pun: a type of cigar is a “blunt.”
Much to the chagrin of family, I took up smoking cigars a couple years ago. I usually smoke one on Saturday and one on Sunday – weather permitting. Deciding which cigar I would smoke was pretty easy: nothing more than $2 each. Shopping at a cigar store is like shopping at Tiffany for diamonds. A diamond is a diamond, but Tiffany is able to charge more because of the name and the wrapper.
Here in Smallburg, there is only one cigar store. I knew if I walked in there, I wouldn’t find a $2 cigar. The only retail store that sells $2 cigars is Walgreen’s.
Google to the rescue. CigarsInternational.com got my biz because they had a super-duper new customer special. Buy a box of 20 cigars and get a free humidor, all for $39.95 + shipping.
That will work.
Normally I just toss the catalogs they send me weekly, today I am in the market, so while watching them play golf at Pebble Beach, I would check out their offerings over the 76 pages.
On page 59 are the $19.99 closeouts. For 20 or 25 cigars!
Check out the descriptions for a variety of cigars…
…for just a few sheckels, here are some…handmades in here that you, me, Jonesy, Dean-o, Murf and the boys can enjoy when we’re tearing up the muni course on a Saturday morning.
- Dominican handmade smokable… if only barely
- a straightforward, mild smoke that won’t make you vomit
- 80 cent price can only be justified if you are knee deep in the sauce and not thinking straight
- Run my friend, run far and fast, no matter how the price might tempt you
- A Don Nobody you should not consider buying
- This thing was DOA from day one
I don’t think I have ever read more brutal product descriptions from a seller. But when they are so brutally honest on this one page, it lends credibility to the other 75 pages and hundreds of cigar descriptions.