In case some of you decided to pick up an "Inmenso by Perdomo" rather than a coffin nail, I, in my infinite wisdom thought I would share the "Right Way" of smoking a cigar. What was it: OH! Let me see here ----Foghorn "is that an Inmenso in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?"
"Davidoff featured the following Dos and Don'ts for smoking cigars in public.
Warm the foot of the cigar slightly before starting to puff on it. (Keep it out of your mouth, or a soggy bird it will be!)
Remove the band carefully after lighting the cigar. (They say this is to NOT embarrass any one UNABLE to afford their superior smoke. It is actually so they can fondle the overpriced wrapper that feels as soft as a woman's breast on a real good cigar.)
Take your time in smoking it; a puff a minute is about right. (What are you a Locomotive?)
Hold the cigar between your index finger and thumb. (I prefer not dropping them on the ground too often, myself.)
Let the cigar die a dignified death. After it's smoked half way, it will go out on its own. (if you are through fondling it, that is.)
Dispose of the dead cigar discreetly and quickly. (I stuff them in mole runs, myself.)
Wait at least fifteen minutes between cigars; anything less indicates obsessive behavior. (Also the fact you have way too much money.)
They were boring so I deleted them. Cigars cause mouth and other cancers and the really good ones cost more than rose plants.
Also when one smokes a cigar, one is supposed to smoke a cigar and nothing else. Well, watching weeds grow, or paint dry is OK, I guess. We don't seem to take time, or have time to enjoy life.
My son, the DINK knows, how to spend money on eating out, but it is not the long relaxed process the Mexicans and Latinos enjoy.
I do not think that either my daughter's family, or sons', eat meals together on a regular basis.
Do you break bread together with your family?