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The (un)Official Pipes Magazine Secret Santa - 2016 Edition

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  1. pruss

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    Greetings and Salutations.

    Holy crap, it's nearly November. So it's time... it's beyond time... to get this party started. Welcome back to the annual holiday gifting extravaganza! It's time for the (un)Official Pipes Magazine Secret Santa - 2016 Edition, now with added beneficial bacteria.

    For those of you who are new, the (un)Official Pipes Magazine Secret Santa - 2016 Edition is a gift giving game run by, and supported by, the forum members of PipesMagazine.com/forums and is not in any way affiliated with the ownership, sponsors, or management of pipesmagazine.com. This is strictly a volunteer effort that is successful only because of the members who participate.

    So... to the Secret Santa. Like all good things we have a couple of simple rules in play to make sure that no one gets a nose out of joint, a stocking full of coal, or re-packaged Carter Hall in a tin with pornographic tin art (again).

    In order to participate in the (un)Official Secret Santa thou shalt:

    1) HAVE AT LEAST 75 legit posts by November 10, 2016, or be vouched for by a member who has at least 75 posts. No exceptions.

    2) Agree to send a gift of two (2) sealed tobacco tins, pouches, etc. of 50g each (or the equivalent volume of tobacco in sealed condition), incurring costs for the present and shipping.

    3) Post to this thread when thou hast shipped your present to your target victim giftee.

    4) Post to this thread when thou hath received your present from your Secret Santa.

    5) Enjoy what you receive, in the spirit of camaraderie and fellowship that guided its selection for, and gifting to, you. (Seriously? We need a "no complaining" rule?)

    6) Post pictures or at least a summary of the goodies you received from your Secret Santa to this thread.

    In order to participate in this year's Secret Santa please send a PM to me with the subject line (un)Official Pipes Magazine Secret Santa - 2016 Edition that includes the following:

    Your Pipesmagazine Screen Name
    Your Full Name
    Your email Address
    Your Full Address
    Whether You Are Willing To Ship Internationally
    Your Word

    Registration for this year's Secret Santa will close on Sunday, November 13th. I will send all participants the name and mailing address of their intended target by November 15th. I will begin bumping this thread daily starting on November 1st, if required, to keep it top of mind for folks, and to encourage participation.

    Once you have received the name and coordinates of your giftee, please take a second to look here for their pipe-smoking particulars and then send that present tout de suite so that it arrives before Christmas.

    So it's up to you to decide when and where and how to open your present. But once you've received your present, please POST HERE that it has arrived.

    FAQ - Answers to Common Questions

    Question - Hey Pat! So two tins is the minimum/recommended size of the present. Can I send more than that?
    Answer - Hey sure! Signing up for the Secret Santa is a commitment to send a minimum of two (2) tins of 50g each of tobacco. Anything you choose to send above and beyond that is totally up to you. BUT THERE IS NO PRESSURE TO DO SO. Not everyone is able to do more, and that's okay.

    Question - Hey Pat! Something unexpected/bad/sad/financially-debilitating just happened and I can't honour my commitment to send out my present to my giftee. What should I do?
    Answer - Hey, we totally get that life happens and that sometimes the UNEXPECTED happens prohibiting us from honouring our commitments. IF THIS HAPPENS PLEASE CONTACT ME IMMEDIATELY.

    Question - Hey Pat! It's Christmas Day (December 25th) and I have not received my present from my Secret Santa. What should I do?
    Answer - If you do not receive your gift by December 25th LET ME KNOW.

    Question - Hey Pat! I don't like ENTER TOBACCO TYPE HERE. How do I let my Secret Santa know what my likes and dislikes are?
    Answer - I'd use this thread right here to advise folks what your likes and dislikes are. I can't guarantee that they'll be respected, but at least you will have made your desires known.

    Ho, Ho, Ho... Here we go!

    -- Santa Pat

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    Woot sign me up. Got some good tins last year!

    "These are ghosts that are more at home in a girdle-filled drawer than one of my pipes." Quote by Neil Archer Roan on lakeland ghosts
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    I'm in! Can't wait!!! Don't prefer Latakia blends, and I HATE aromatics/flavored tobaccos, but I'm good besides that. (Love Perique)

    "Following the path of least resistance is what makes the river crooked."
    U. Utah Phillips
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    Sign me up again, the suspense last year was a laugh. Plugs & ropes preferred

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    I'm in. I prefer Vaper's and Va's.

    Ubi Ignis Est?
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    Pat, sign me up again. Last year was great fun. Will you be saving Peck for yourself again? The verbal exchanges are priceless!!! PM forwarded. Dutch

    I prefer English/Balkan mixtures

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    I didn't have Peck last year, Woodsroad did.

    That tin was priceless.

    -- Pat

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    I'm game! PM'ing info now. My only thing is no Aros please.

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    Mark me "in"

    Lasciate ogni speranza, voi ch’entrate
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    I'm in!

    As far as preferences go...
    I like straight Virginia's, Vapers, and Virginia predominant blends. Light casing/topping is fine (think Erinmore, Modern Virginia, etc)
    Not a huge fan of english/latakia, but I smokem sometimes.
    Not wanting aromatics. Im stocked up.

    Love these deals. Giving is as fun as receiving.

    Tobacco's a help because it clears the mind
    But like all your friends it is vilified
    They always say, the right amount's fine
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  11. iamn8

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    I'm in!! No aros, casings, or toppings. Other than this I'm easy.

    Nate @ Moody AL
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    I am in.

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    I should add that I now have a fully stocked cellar of the fabled Mixture 69 ( http://pipesmagazine.com/forums/topic/pecks-secret-santa-gift-an-epic-new-blend-to-try ) and would prefer to try something else.

    I like Va, Burley, Perique, Kentucky DF, Orientals, but only like Latakia in small condimental quantities.'''

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    I'm in!
    I prefer non-aromatics but will smoke just about anything. I don't care for lakeland blends.

    Procrastinate Later. - I'll say this one day!
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    Im down for a box of codger blends

    Nowhere in the world will such a brotherly feeling of confidence be experienced as amongst those who sit together smoking their pipes
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    At the risk of being a party pooper may I suggest you look at the new FDA rules. You will need to verify the receiver of the secret santa age to comply with the FDA internet or online policy. Giving tobacco may be counted as free samples and you should check with the FDA to ensure compliance. The same applies to pipes and nicotine delivery devices but I am sure everyone will be delighted with a new chunky glass Chinese manufactured ash tray. Before anyone asks I am being deadly serious as taken to its logical conclusion the FDA rules could kill off the 'box pass' especially in the hands of an over zealous FDA agent!

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    I'm in again this year. This is always fun -- for everyone but Pat, I'd think. Thanks for carrying the weight. PM sent.

    As for me, no aros and no Perique please.

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    condorlover - Gifts between private citizens are not regulated by the government. If you're joking, not really funny in a good-spirited thread. If you're not joking, I'm happy to have cleared this up for you.

    "We have an unspoken, mutual understanding to ignore the things we hate about each other so we can continue to enjoy the things we love about each other."
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    Count me in if able.

    Dearly your friend,
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    I would have thought the reference to 'the chunky Chinese glass ashtray' might have given the tongue in cheek nature of the post away - obviously it overshot your humor centers a little bit!!

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    PM sent. Open to all blends without heavy casings or topings.

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    Before anyone asks I am being deadly serious

    Never know around here.

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    um. . . .Condor?. . .

    Seriously . . .the box pass and Secret Santa are OK, man.

    The ashtray thing might be a problem, though, I admit. Is it an "assault ashtray?"

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    Actually I don't do Secret Santa since since all I can give is Condor or War Horse and who in the world would want that stuff dropping down their chimney!

    Posted 2 years ago #
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    I'd be happy with that stuff in my chimney.

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    Pm sent anything non aromatic.

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    I would very much like to participate, as it seemed quite a laugh last year as I recall
    Would it be possible to deal solely with Canadians & gentleman from the southern states, omitting the wishy washy namby pamby chaps in between?

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    all I can give is Condor or War Horse

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    Giving tobacco may be counted as free samples and you should check with the FDA to ensure compliance.

    Also it is important to prepare correctly:

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005MR3IVO

    "My own experience has been that the tools I need for my trade are paper, tobacco, food, and a little whiskey." -- William Faulkner

    The Metal Mixtures
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    I'm in.
    No real dislikes, but I don't smoke much in the way of 3 or 4 aromatics. My biggest likes are bolder tobaccos, doesn't matter what kind of leaf and long walks on the beach.

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    I am in and easy to please. This will be a hoot!

    Now to check out the aforementioned epic tobacco tin...

    "A man who carries a cat by the tail learns something he can learn in no other way" - Mark Twain

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    Count me in, this is always fun.

    I prefer Vaper's and Va's. Va/bur and Va/orientals are good too. Please no lakeland or aros.

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    I should add that I now have a fully stocked cellar of the fabled Mixture 69 and would prefer to try something else.

    Ingrate.

    Did you even open that tin? There was very little pubic hair in that blend.

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    I'm in. Preference to all but aros, thanks...

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    There was very little pubic hair in that blend.

    I've been searching for a low-pube blend.

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    Deathmetal, did you see "what customers also viewed"? Uh, no thanks dude. I have hard enough time keeping my one alibi straight.

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    Im not participating, but had to comment on deathmetal's link. The review are pretty funny, especially the one where the UPS driver spilled the 55 gallon drum onto the driveway while unloading it, and now any number of cars can fit in the garage Almost spit my pipe out!

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  38. wyfbane

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    Hmm. I'm in. Some of you are so picky tho...

    For me, I'm down for anything but 1792...

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    I am in, PM sent. Not going to miss the fun this year. And I am not going to say a word about my preferences, surprise me

    Javan
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    Nice to see such a joyous response from everyone. So far we have folks registered from four different countries (not including Texas).

    I've had a couple messages in PMs so I thought I'd answer them here...

    I assign folks their Secret Santa based on their willingness to ship abroad; everyone who will ship outside the CONUS goes into one pool, those unwilling to ship outside the CONUS go into another. Secret Santas will be matched with victims from their respective pool.

    On another note, the previous Secret Santa Elf (Gunnar) used to assign pairs; for example, if I was Peck's Secret Santa, he was also my Secret Santa. The current version of the (un)Official Pipes Magazine Secret Santa - 2016 Edition is not set up this way. You should not assume that the person you are gifting is the person who is sending you your present.

    Ho ho ho

    -- Pat

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    On another note, the previous Secret Santa Elf (Gunnar) used to assign pairs; for example, if I was Peck's Secret Santa, he was also my Secret Santa. The current version of the (un)Official Pipes Magazine Secret Santa - 2016 Edition is not set up this way. You should not assume that the person you are gifting is the person who is sending you your present.

    It becomes more interesting.

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    Too early ?

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    Sign me up please, I have had this strange, overwhelming desire to see how many tins will fit into a flat rate box for a while now.
    I like Burly, DF, Va's and Orientals. Not a huge fan of Aro's although I do have some.

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    Too early ?

    Yes.

    Don't worry, I'm looking long and hard for the least responsible and farthest flung forum member to assign as your Secret Santa.

    Last year's wait gave me heart palpitations... and I'm only 42.

    -- Pat

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    Don't worry, I'm looking long and hard for the least responsible and farthest flung forum member to assign as your Secret Santa.

    No worries, I thoroughly enjoyed it and well worth the wait

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    My post office doesn't allow me to ship tobacco because I am a criminal addict. But the mother fuckers will allow corporate entities to ship to me. I guess corporations as people have more rights and access to government services than real people do.

    "From tempers be it known that we are warm in the fields of battle and cool in the hours of debate"

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    My post office doesn't allow me to ship tobacco because I am a criminal addict. But the mother fuckers will allow corporate entities to ship to me. I guess corporations as people have more rights and access to government services than real people do.

    So you're out,then?

    -- Pat

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    Ah, what the hell, Pat. Toss me into the mix.

    Burley... and slightly aromatic Burley are OK... but Burley.

    "People are not made better by a briar. An idiot before smoking a pipe is still an idiot after smoking a pipe, they're just more likely to speak less drivel with something in their mouth. For that, all society should be grateful."

    - Bob Runowski
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    Ah, what the hell, Pat. Toss me into the mix.

    This is the kind of enthusiasm that makes me get up in the morning! Atta boy Skraps!! If that is your real name.

    Burley... and slightly aromatic Burley are OK... but Burley.

    So does Semois count as slightly aromatic Burley... because... Yuck.

    -- Pat

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    My post office doesn't allow me to ship tobacco

    Last year I shipped an order from Smokingpipes direct to the recipient, no hassles.

    Posted 2 years ago #
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    Count me in again for this year. Was great fun last year, got some really good tobacco.
    As far as likes, I like VaPer's, BurPer's, VaBur's, Lat Blends, pretty much anything but aromatic's.

    "The value of tobacco is best understood when it is the last you possess, and there is no chance of getting more."
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    So does Semois count as slightly aromatic Burley... because... Yuck.

    Good point... When I refer to slightly aromatic, I'm referring to things that don't smell like a well used jock strap.

    No Semois please. Not horrible, just wasn't my thing.

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    Bollocks to the FDA - I'm in! Don't care as long as it's not Latakia or gloop.

    Andy

    "I don’t know how else to say it: you don’t see bums smoking pipes." Charlie Kramer
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    Forgot to say it: I'm in.

    And FWIW, that tin of Mixture 69 did not contain Carter Hall. It was an unopened, vintage 8oz. tin of C&D something-or-other English.

    I'm saving the Carter Hall for this year's recipient.

    I like almost anything but aro's...prefer flakes, plugs and good whiskey.

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    I'm in as a first time participant (er, that may have not been wise to divulge). PM off to pruss just moments ago.

    I'm down for anything non-Aro and nic-light please. I mean what's the fun of not trying something new?

    Dave "Black Frigate Stowaway"
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    Is there an issue if someone with less than 75 posts wants join as a present-sender for "karma points", rather than anything in return? A bunch of people have agreed to help me with my tobacco packaging collection post (this one) and I'd like to give something back!

    Yours,
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    There have been folks here who managed to get their post counts up double digits in a single day. C'mon, you can do it!

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    There have been folks here who managed to get their post counts up double digits in a single day. C'mon, you can do it!

    *chuckle* I don't think I can manage it in a day, but I'll manage.

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    Is there an issue if someone with less than 75 posts wants join as a present-sender for "karma points", rather than anything in return? A bunch of people have agreed to help me with my tobacco packaging collection post (this one) and I'd like to give something back!

    Rules is rules. Go get your post count up, or get someone to vouch for you. If you've already traded with a fforum member here, or bought and sold from/with forum members, you should be good.

    -- Pat

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    There have been folks here who managed to get their post counts up double digits in a single day. C'mon, you can do it!

    Those sad, sad, souls... I hope they're happy.

    -- Pat

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    I'm being sarcastic, of course.

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    I'm being sarcastic, of course.

    You!?!

    Well shit.

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  63. woodsroad

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    Damn.
    Busted.

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  64. iamn8

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    This is why I use italics to denote sarcasm

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    Is there a permanent italics mode?

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  66. randelli

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    There have been folks here who managed to get their post counts up double digits in a single day. C'mon, you can do it!

    KEEP ON PUFFING!!!

    Posted 2 years ago #
  67. mazzeh

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    Rules is rules. Go get your post count up, or get someone to vouch for you. If you've already traded with a forum member here, or bought and sold from/with forum members, you should be good.

    No worries! It never hurts to ask.

    Posted 2 years ago #
  68. dustmite

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    I'm in! Had a blast with this last year. Anything tobacco forward would be great, (no goopy aros) the stronger the better. Plugs and ropes more than welcome. Thanks for herding the cats again, Pruss!

    Posted 2 years ago #
  69. iamn8

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    Woodsroad, of course there's a permanent italics function.

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  70. pagan

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    This is why I use italics to denote sarcasm

    Is that what that is, every time I read your post I end up cleaning my glasses, hell I scheduled an appointment to get me some new readers, UGH! frik'n italics, are you kidding me!

    Posted 2 years ago #

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