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- Making a Mountain out of a Molehill
- Ban the Shit out of Everything!
Author Archives: Lohcifer
For the Chinese, hulu or the bottle gourd or calabash is a symbol of prosperity, abundance, good health and longevity; which is the reason why on my 60th birthday, JQ presented me with a reverse calabash briar pipe made in … Continue reading
Attended the funeral of a friend yesterday. Cause of death was myocardial infarction – heart attack, in layman terms. But honestly, I think he died of a broken heart. About a year ago my friend had no choice but to … Continue reading
My friend’s sister is a married woman with a kid but every once in a while, she takes off on a vacation all by herself, leaving husband and child behind. Her Instagram for the next few days will brag of … Continue reading
I felt a pretty woman’s breasts yesterday – firm, bouncy and just about the right size. Before your imagination starts going wild, no, I wasn’t making out with some newfound girlfriend; what happened was the young woman walked into me. … Continue reading
Joshua Robinson, you champion, man. You is the can. I tabik you lah! You were caught with 321 films – believed to be the largest number of such films seized from a single person in Singapore – containing child pornography … Continue reading
What do you do when you live in an upside down world and drive an upside down car? You smoke an upside down pipe!
The buying and selling of ivory in Singapore is allowed. Since 1990, however, the commercial import and export of ivory has been banned, although non-commercial import and export – such as for museum display and research – is still allowed … Continue reading
First invented in 1936, each Kirsten pipe has six basic components – mouthpiece, radiator body, valve, bowl, bowl screw and bowl ring. Kirsten bowls come sandblasted, carved, smooth and rusticated bowls and combinations thereof. There are even corncob bowls! A … Continue reading
For centuries, clay pipes have been cherished throughout the west. These were long, plain-looking pipes and pubs would provide them to customers. After smoking one, the pipe would be returned to the pub. The next customer who wishes to … Continue reading
On my 60th birthday, Landrick presented me with a vintage, unsmoked pipe from Italy with a mouthpiece made of amber. Pipes with mouthpieces made of amber are extremely rare. Actually, the fossilized resin of prehistoric plants, amber is rare due … Continue reading