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Cigar Psychology

Could you ever imagine how much you can learn about smoker from Cigars? The way people hold their cigars can tell a lot about their moods and characters.

An issue of the Italian almanac, II Tabacco, that appeared in the early nineteen twenties contained a curious article headed "Sigaromanzia" describing twelve positions of the hand holding the cigar with captions about corresponding psychological characteristics of the smoker.

Evidently the Italian psychologists of the last century were correct. A similar experiment has been conducted recently by a team of modern experts and the results were almost the same. So pay more attention to the people that surround you, and perhaps you'll discover something new about them.

A good orator, a fine psychologist

Judicious, fair-minded

Spirited, touchy, though a man of his word

Sprightly, outgoing, self-willed

Elegant, grand

Tranquil, determined

Obdurate, selfish

Practical, vindictive

A person on his own, a trimmer


Suspicious, skeptic

Kindly, democratic, loquacious, welcoming

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Md Quamrul Hassan
The draw of a stogie is key for most extreme stogie pleasure. If the draw is too tight, not enough smoke will reach the sense of taste, in this way thwarting the level of flavor your taste buds receive. Also, the less smoke one pulls in with each puff, the less smoke one breathes out, diminishing the measure of fragrance noticed. There’s nothing better than sitting in a pillow billow of charming smells while burning a fine stogie. There are several methods to correcting a tight draw. One can back rub and squeeze the cut end of the cigar to work out some of the ‘knots’ or use a draw poker to open larger airways through the barrel's body. Some of the time, a tight draw is the result of a cigar containing an excessive amount of dampness, which causes the filler, clears out to extend and confine wind current. For this reason, it is suggested putting away stogies at a mugginess level somewhat lower than 70%. I got these information from [url=] cuban cigars sydney [/url].
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