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ArtChoo

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  • @JackGrave    Nice one Jack.    I thought English was difficult enough.Cheers.
  • @matteob   After reading some other posts, I became a little apprehensive.   I sincerely hope my comment on the difficulty of foreigners learning English has not been taken as a slight against anyone. I genuinely believe that "British" English is…
  • @peacock   People are not compelled to explain how they run their business, but a  brief explanation of the whys and wherefores of the process would have been much more agreeable than the response from  @miamimark  of  "who cares?"I most definitely …
  • A simple way of making snuff unappealing to most people would be to add DOG POO to the end of the name.  We have already seen that the name need no longer have any relationship to the product in the tin. e.g. Rose Dog Poo.Mint flavoured Dog …
  • I just recently threw out a small bottle of Rose Water , it was past its use by date.It was bought a couple of years ago for making home made Turkish Delight.   It wasn't bad stuff.If only I had thought about before hand I could have tried placin…
  • Hello @Aamon  I hope you are well.    Although   "MrSnuff owns and pays for this website,"   and I am grateful it exists,   I also pay out for my computer and internet broadband connection to access the adverts and shops here. So we both shell out c…
  • The posts from  lunecat appear to have been removed.   That's why this looks like a monologue by me.It is a bit confusing to first time readers when this sort of thing happens.
  • @Aamon           Its an old,  old,   joke.             Hence the laughing smiley. Many, many years ago when I was a lad,    no safari film would be complete without some exciting film footage of an angry rhinoceros charging into the side of a Jeep o…
  • Powdered Rhino Horn. Often used by Chinese as an aphrodisiac. Many years ago, before it was considered politically incorrect to use the stuff. I was given some by an old Chinese man to snuff up my nose.It had no aphrodisiac effect on me whatsoever.…
  • I have just found on youtube, the song ,      Southern Comfort sung by Johnny Cash. I dashed back here to share it, and lo and behold some one has beaten me to it years ago. Shirts stained with snuff,  the occasional sniff in the song  and the smell…
  • Apologies to @SleepWalker   I have just noticed that my Keats poem  on May 18th was actually entered here in December  2010. X(
  •           bbc.co.uk/arts/robertburns/works/the_whistle You can listen to "The Whistle" at the above address.
  • @yisraeldov         I pondered for quite a while before typing the poem by Keats.  For similar reasons.                             A serious bible thumper could possibly get upset by the use of the Christian Resurrection and the Trinity in this Kea…
  • Give me women, wine and snuffUntil I cry out , "hold enough!"You may do so sans objectionTill the day of resurrection:For bless my beard they aye shall beMy beloved Trinity. John Keats   (1795-1821)
  • Earlier talk of using the boxcar method reminded me of an American Country singer called Boxcar Willie.For years I didn't know he was a singer.I used to think Boxcar Willie was a venereal disease,  picked up by sleeping around on trains.
  • What would you consider to be a big pinch? It's obvious.  The forefinger and thumb of  The Jolly Green Giant. #:-S
  • Part of a large newspaper advert from  1933. GAWITH HOGGARTH & Co. VYTAX SNUFF      The new Vitalised Health Snuff relieves and prevents Influenza, Catarrh, Asthma, and Summer Colds. -------------------------------------------------------------…
  • @basement_shaman  In the topic of "Your Location" you quoted    "You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink." Reminds me of an old, old joke. A twenty something, gorgeous gold digger latched onto a retired old city gent in Londo…
  • @n9inchnails      Could be the invention of  Mr. Brocklebank and Sam. carried on the product. Or possibly a joint endeavour. Or even Sams. own invention. I have found Samuel Gawith two years earlier, on the 1851 Population Census living in Kendal, h…
  • I don't know what make of  jasmine snuff you chaps have been using, but I hope it is better than the Sam. Gawith Jasmine.    It smells like those perfume blocks you see in urinals. I still have my first and probably last tin of the stuff, taped up a…
  • @snuffisus I have only just read this post five years after you posted it.   @nicmiser drew my attention to your article.Lovely family history, and I am very intrigued to know if the recipes and technique will ever be published publicly by you. Hea…
  • @50ft_trad      Whose bedroom, and does the wife know? [-X
  • Hello to you  @basement_shaman                  It is quite clear in my original post  "Just a general country location would be enough.      No great detail needed." I value my privacy just as much as the next guy or girl. Cheers.
  • @Effy    Excellently demonstrated.       I thought along similar lines, but did not have the nous to put the idea into words.    
  • @Chico       It was a classified secret until now.  There are two Americas on the map so as to confuse  Kim Jong-un when he tries to fire his missiles at the USA.
  • I just took another look at the map.It zooms right in to the individual house.    Not a very good thing if you happen to mention in a post that you will be away from home, on holiday or business etc. for a couple of weeks.Burglar Bill would have a f…
  • @nicmizer   I like the map,   I didn't know about that until you put the link up.Easier to see location if I click on  nicmizer , providing you had filled in your location on the profile. Just the country would be fine in the likes of a small place …