I almost never finish a bowl in one go and I prefer smaller pipes. The taste of a relit bowl depends on the tobacco, where I found eg Capstan to fit my unorthodox pipe smoking habit well.I usually rest a pipe for a day after smoking it. What do you think about finishing a bowl later in the day? I do occasionally, and sometimes I feel it's a good thing. Sometimes the tobacco tastes burnt.
I remember hearing young ladies like that being called "spinner bait". Not by me, but I remember hearing it.Rotate or to spin. Back in the 80s, in some circle, telling a young lady to "sit and spin, baby!" was a terms of endearment. Now? You can possibly lose your job, friends, and family. But "sit and rotate, baby!" just doesn't have the right ring to it.
Here are my current pipes. The ten I love and two travel / yard / camping / etc pipes.Excellent! I would love to see a picture of your pipes if you’d be willing to post one.
What’s the proper procedure for rinsing them?Wow, you stepped a serious foot into a funny puddle.
I'll try to help, while the chaos gets rolling.
Pipes do need a little down time to cool, dry, and just rest. How long? No one can say. I rinse mine with water each not, and I can usually smoke it again right away, but I don't. Some like to let them rest 24 hours after using, some say a week. But, there is absolutely no scientific data to support any of it. Just experience and an opinion.
I use no set dogma around my rotation. Just let the pipe and tobacco speak to me.
Proper? @jpmcwjr can probably give you the proper way, if there is a proper way. jpmcwjr is the one who started all of this water washing, so...What’s the proper procedure for rinsing them?