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  • @lunecat  you mention     SJWs   ,  is that       The Society of Jehovah's Witnesses ?If it is, you should be safe here, as they do not use tobacco.Remember  @lunecat  ,  Opportunity only knocks once. If there is a second knock its probably Jehovah'…
  • Its not such a bad thing Scotland staying in Europe when the rest opt out.It will be handy to nip over the border into Scotland  to get our   Euro-Lottery tickets.
  • "ARTICLE 50 SNUFF" ?           You can shove it up your nose. =)) :))
  • Cracking article @lunecat  .  I read that three times and was very impressed with it.
  • @Gilliat                 PART TWO.(Text cut off.   I used the pounds sign and forgot about wonky characters and computers.)14 large tins at 5 pounds 25 pence each.They also have several other discontinued snuffs still available whilst stocks last.If…
  • @Gilliat   Apart from Princes and Old Paris most of the F&T snuffs are a bit powerful scent wise for me.  I have toned down a few now, and they have been so much nicer.I see that you are in the UK.If Morocco is a snuff that you think you might l…
  • I cadged a coupe of pinches of New Royal George last night.I have never tried the original so am unable to compare them.The new has a lovely fresh hay smell to me.   Absolutely magnificent, not overpowering at all.If you like value for money this is…
  • SG Jasmine    and      WoS  Rose.Both reminiscent of those old, powdery air freshener packs they used to stand on the window sill  in Gents toilets back in the seventies and eighties.They stink like an explosion in a talcum powder factory.I gave bot…
  • When describing people with a W.C. Fields type of nose.                                   "He's got a nose like a blind cobblers thumb."
  • Had to have a peep here.     I thought   "Banjo Player"    might be a euphemism for something kinky. ;))
  • Oh no,       will we have to listen to another entrant for       The Eurovision Song Contest
  • Is it true that New Orleans Airport has two customs channels.One sign reads                   Nothing to declare.The other reads                   I do declare.
  • @Effy  talking of Scottish passports has just given me a thought.You might be able to get a job working in the Scottish Embassy or Consulate in Austria.Lord knows how much it would cost to set up buildings, security , communications, staff and trave…
  • Whilst I was waiting for my prescription at the pharmacy the other day, I asked the pharmacist if Viagra really does perk up ones sex life.  The old boy behind the counter said he swore by it, and it kept him and his wife very happy.I said   "can yo…
  •  I remember Dear old Margaret on the television, being jostled by reporters when she came back from Brussels.  When she told them she had got a very good deal, one of them asked had she given up anything. She pinched her index finger and thumb toget…
  • Rust, rust, rust and more rust in Frederick Tranter's Brunswick. 
  • @Snuffick     .................He also had what Watson called a "blazing red head."
  • In  Treasure Island ,   Dr. Livesey keeps Parmesan cheese in his snuff box and gives it to Jim Hawkins to hand it on to poor old Ben Gunn. Ben had a craving for cheese after being marooned on a desert island for some years. Snuff is mentioned time a…
  • I remember when originally, we all had the vote to join or stay out of the Common Market and every household received two leaflets, one stating the benefits of joining and the other explained the down sides of joining.The only thing that stuck in my…
  • Trying hard to keep off the politics here. In the event of another referendum for the Scottish people, to express their views and see if they wanted to leave the United Kingdom,    it would only be fair to let the English, Welsh, Irish and the Manx …
  • Thanks for that nicmiszer   the first one looks like the balsa wood and tissue paper models I made as a lad. It looks about as safe as my models were,      they didn't last very long.
  • Any aeronautical historians out there? I have just been searching for pictures of passenger planes in 1914. Everyone that I found looked like the typical World War One, two seater, open cockpit,  fighter planes that we are all familiar with from the…
  • Just took a look at Roderick wants list.My Smoking Shop    ( mysmokingshop )   Preston, England  still has in stock,OTTERHOUNDAULD SANNICKBOUQUETCELTIC TALISMANCCCCOB GOLDCUCKOOGROUSEMOORRICHT KINDSAMS OWNYELLOW CRESTDR VEREYS     FULL,  MEDICATED, …
  • Printed in the UK newspapers1914. Has Mr. Churchill Taken to Snuff?But there was one incident I must not forget to mention. Mr.Churchill has apparently taken to snuff.He took a pinch as he entered the House, and continued the old fashioned habit eve…
  • 1914The First Lord of the Admiralty, reverting, no doubt, to the manners of his eighteenth century ancestry has become an ardent devotee to the  snuff-box.   In the course of a heated debate he has frequent recourse to the little black box which he …
  • His videos certainly brighten up my day.  Looking forward to some roisterous posts from him.Hope you are on the mend Paul.
  • Taken from a newspaper article in 1918.The average "snuffer," it may be said, will consume three-quarters of an ounce to one ounce a week, although men have been known to get through half an ounce every day. But as one man said to-day, "It all depen…
  • John_Nail   I don't know if you have read any of the old newspaper articles that I have posted.  There are a few that I have found but not posted yet from the 1940s telling us that snuff takers in certain factories never got influenza.  If they are …