Romance

Living Within Your Emotional Means on Valentine’s Day

Some people have a knack for the Grand Romantic Gesture. They’re the ones who swim the Hellespont, write soulful ballads in milady’s honour, or casually slip the keys to a Maserati under their partner’s breakfast plate. Then, there are the rest of us, the romantically-challenged, who just can’t get it right, no matter how many …

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Valentine’s Events for the Discerning Singleton

Sometimes I think we could skip February. I mean, January has got the cold and dark covered, and the wonderful triad of snow, sun and skiing find their fullest expression in March. Weird warm winters aside, February seems like a little more of something I’ve had enough of, and not enough of something I’m eagerly …

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The Right Kind of Shaggy

For some reason I just can’t seem to stay away from the Gurkha’s. When I first started enjoying cigars about 8 years ago, Romeo y Julieta was my starter brand. Over the years my curiosities swayed between different brands. But this past summer, Gurkha has held my constant attention. This is probably because there are …

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Flowers, the Language of Love

This Valentine’s day, should you send a rose of crimson, or one of white, to the one you love? Since antiquity, flowers have expressed feelings and emotions in a language all their own.  The language of flowers, often referred to as floriography, was commonly used as a form of communication in the Victorian era. Bouquets of …

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