mattandanita | 1 Mar 03:26 2009
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[ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Can you say stereotyped?!!!

I suppose this may have happened to others but it happened to me
today. I was helping out in the kitchen at the volunteer fire company
during an auction today, I stepped outside the kitchen into a hallway
to have a little snuff and went back into the kitchen. A few minutes
later one of the members of the company pulled me aside and said. "If
you're going to be using drugs, we can't have you here helping us. So
and so told me they were concerned because they saw you in the hallway
holding your hand up to your nose and snorting something" I was taken
slightly aback and explained the situation and everything was squared
away, but it was slightly offensive. I understand that I am young, and
have some tattoos and maybe that leads to a bit of stereotyping, and I
suppose I can understand the suspicion... but still. Has this ever
happened to anyone else?

Snuff on,
Matt

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jackwalz | 1 Mar 04:04 2009
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Re: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Can you say stereotyped?!!!

Thanks for the story. You made my day. I'm still laughing while I'm writing this is so funny. But I wouldn't want this to happen to me.

Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry

From: "mattandanita"
Date: Sun, 01 Mar 2009 02:26:44 -0000
To: <snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com>
Subject: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Can you say stereotyped?!!!

I suppose this may have happened to others but it happened to me
today. I was helping out in the kitchen at the volunteer fire company
during an auction today, I stepped outside the kitchen into a hallway
to have a little snuff and went back into the kitchen. A few minutes
later one of the members of the company pulled me aside and said. "If
you're going to be using drugs, we can't have you here helping us. So
and so told me they were concerned because they saw you in the hallway
holding your hand up to your nose and snorting something" I was taken
slightly aback and explained the situation and everything was squared
away, but it was slightly offensive. I understand that I am young, and
have some tattoos and maybe that leads to a bit of stereotyping, and I
suppose I can understand the suspicion... but still. Has this ever
happened to anyone else?

Snuff on,
Matt



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pottsvillejoe | 1 Mar 05:01 2009
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[ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Re: Can you say stereotyped?!!!

Yes all the time! i do it in bars all the time looks like your doing 
coke.Just show the can of snuff & you will be fine. Good luck
--- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, jackwalz <at> ... wrote:
>
> Thanks for the story. You made my day. I'm still laughing while 
I'm writing this is so funny. But I wouldn't want this to happen to 
me.  
> Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: "mattandanita" <mattandanita <at> ...>
> 
> Date: Sun, 01 Mar 2009 02:26:44 
> To: <snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com>
> Subject: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Can you say 
stereotyped?!!!
> 
> 
> I suppose this may have happened to others but it happened to me
> today. I was helping out in the kitchen at the volunteer fire 
company
> during an auction today, I stepped outside the kitchen into a 
hallway
> to have a little snuff and went back into the kitchen. A few 
minutes
> later one of the members of the company pulled me aside and 
said. "If
> you're going to be using drugs, we can't have you here helping us. 
So
> and so told me they were concerned because they saw you in the 
hallway
> holding your hand up to your nose and snorting something" I was 
taken
> slightly aback and explained the situation and everything was 
squared
> away, but it was slightly offensive. I understand that I am young, 
and
> have some tattoos and maybe that leads to a bit of stereotyping, 
and I
> suppose I can understand the suspicion... but still. Has this ever
> happened to anyone else?
> 
> Snuff on,
> Matt
>

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Drmgiver | 1 Mar 05:03 2009
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Re: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Re: Can you say stereotyped?!!!

The problem isn't what you look like, or your age, its that people have 
generally forgotten what snuff is.

Justin

pottsvillejoe wrote:
>
> Yes all the time! i do it in bars all the time looks like your doing
> coke.Just show the can of snuff & you will be fine. Good luck
> --- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com 
> <mailto:snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub%40yahoogroups.com>, jackwalz <at> ... wrote:
> >
> > Thanks for the story. You made my day. I'm still laughing while
> I'm writing this is so funny. But I wouldn't want this to happen to
> me.
> > Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: "mattandanita" <mattandanita <at> ...>
> >
> > Date: Sun, 01 Mar 2009 02:26:44
> > To: <snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com 
> <mailto:snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub%40yahoogroups.com>>
> > Subject: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Can you say
> stereotyped?!!!
> >
> >
> > I suppose this may have happened to others but it happened to me
> > today. I was helping out in the kitchen at the volunteer fire
> company
> > during an auction today, I stepped outside the kitchen into a
> hallway
> > to have a little snuff and went back into the kitchen. A few
> minutes
> > later one of the members of the company pulled me aside and
> said. "If
> > you're going to be using drugs, we can't have you here helping us.
> So
> > and so told me they were concerned because they saw you in the
> hallway
> > holding your hand up to your nose and snorting something" I was
> taken
> > slightly aback and explained the situation and everything was
> squared
> > away, but it was slightly offensive. I understand that I am young,
> and
> > have some tattoos and maybe that leads to a bit of stereotyping,
> and I
> > suppose I can understand the suspicion... but still. Has this ever
> > happened to anyone else?
> >
> > Snuff on,
> > Matt
> >
>
> 

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filekmaciej | 1 Mar 13:54 2009
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[ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Re: Snuff list of all time

Hi everyone,

I'm really glad that you like the list and I hope the members of this
board will also be a good help for us, as they are for now.

Thanks Jaap for reminding me about Jakob Bolongaro and I hope I'll
have an ocassion to try that historical snuff from you.

Cheers,

Maciej

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troy throne | 1 Mar 15:41 2009
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Re: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Re: Can you say stereotyped?!!!

happens all the time, happened at work. the funny thing is when people try it they usually like it. just did some ozona raspberry.also have apricot,packard, cherry

--- On Sat, 2/28/09, Drmgiver <drmgiver <at> gmail.com> wrote:
From: Drmgiver <drmgiver <at> gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Re: Can you say stereotyped?!!!
To: snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com
Date: Saturday, February 28, 2009, 10:03 PM

The problem isn't what you look like, or your age, its that people have
generally forgotten what snuff is.

Justin

pottsvillejoe wrote:
>
> Yes all the time! i do it in bars all the time looks like your doing
> coke.Just show the can of snuff & you will be fine. Good luck
> --- In snuffboxthenasalsnu ffclub <at> yahoogrou ps.com
> <mailto:snuffboxthe nasalsnuffclub% 40yahoogroups. com>, jackwalz <at> ... wrote:
> >
> > Thanks for the story. You made my day. I'm still laughing while
> I'm writing this is so funny. But I wouldn't want this to happen to
> me.
> > Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: "mattandanita" <mattandanita <at> ...>
> >
> > Date: Sun, 01 Mar 2009 02:26:44
> > To: <snuffboxthenasalsnu ffclub <at> yahoogrou ps.com
> <mailto:snuffboxthe nasalsnuffclub% 40yahoogroups. com>>
> > Subject: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Can you say
> stereotyped? !!!
> >
> >
> > I suppose this may have happened to others but it happened to me
> > today. I was helping out in the kitchen at the volunteer fire
> company
> > during an auction today, I stepped outside the kitchen into a
> hallway
> > to have a little snuff and went back into the kitchen. A few
> minutes
> > later one of the members of the company pulled me aside and
> said. "I f
> > you're going to be using drugs, we can't have you here helping us.
> So
> > and so told me they were concerned because they saw you in the
> hallway
> > holding your hand up to your nose and snorting something" I was
> taken
> > slightly aback and explained the situation and everything was
> squared
> > away, but it was slightly offensive. I understand that I am young,
> and
> > have some tattoos and maybe that leads to a bit of stereotyping,
> and I
> > suppose I can understand the suspicion... but still. Has this ever
> > happened to anyone else?
> >
> > Snuff on,
> > Matt
> >
>
>




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Drmgiver | 1 Mar 16:56 2009
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Re: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Re: Can you say stereotyped?!!!

Have Ozona Raspberry in front of me right now, definitely one of my 
favorites.

Justin

troy throne wrote:
>
> happens all the time, happened at work. the funny thing is when people 
> try it they usually like it. just did some ozona raspberry.also have 
> apricot,packard, cherry
>
> --- On *Sat, 2/28/09, Drmgiver /<drmgiver <at> gmail.com>/* wrote:
>
>     From: Drmgiver <drmgiver <at> gmail.com>
>     Subject: Re: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Re: Can you say
>     stereotyped?!!!
>     To: snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com
>     Date: Saturday, February 28, 2009, 10:03 PM
>
>     The problem isn't what you look like, or your age, its that people
>     have
>     generally forgotten what snuff is.
>
>     Justin
>
>     pottsvillejoe wrote:
>     >
>     > Yes all the time! i do it in bars all the time looks like your doing
>     > coke.Just show the can of snuff & you will be fine. Good luck
>     > --- In snuffboxthenasalsnu ffclub <at> yahoogrou ps.com
>     <mailto:snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub%40yahoogroups.com>
>     > <mailto:snuffboxthe nasalsnuffclub% 40yahoogroups. com>,
>     jackwalz <at> ... wrote:
>     > >
>     > > Thanks for the story. You made my day. I'm still laughing while
>     > I'm writing this is so funny. But I wouldn't want this to happen to
>     > me.
>     > > Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry
>     > >
>     > > -----Original Message-----
>     > > From: "mattandanita" <mattandanita <at>  ...>
>     > >
>     > > Date: Sun, 01 Mar 2009 02:26:44
>     > > To: <snuffboxthenasalsnu ffclub <at> yahoogrou ps.com
>     <mailto:snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub%40yahoogroups.com>
>     > <mailto:snuffboxthe nasalsnuffclub% 40yahoogroups. com>>
>     > > Subject: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Can you say
>     > stereotyped? !!!
>     > >
>     > >
>     > > I suppose this may have happened to others but it happened to me
>     > > today. I was helping out in the kitchen at the volunteer fire
>     > company
>     > > during an auction today, I stepped outside the kitchen into a
>     > hallway
>     > > to have a little snuff and went back into the kitchen. A few
>     > minutes
>     > > later one of the members of the company pulled me aside and
>     > said. "If
>     > > you're going to be using drugs, we can't have you here helping us.
>     > So
>     > > and so told me they were concerned because they saw you in the
>     > hallway
>     > > holding your hand up to your nose and snorting something" I was
>     > taken
>     > > slightly aback and explained the situation and everything was
>     > squared
>     > > away, but it was slightly offensive. I understand that I am young,
>     > and
>     > > have some tattoos and maybe that leads to a bit of stereotyping,
>     > and I
>     > > suppose I can understand the suspicion... but still. Has this ever
>     > > happened to anyone else?
>     > >
>     > > Snuff on,
>     > > Matt
>     > >
>     >
>     >
>
>
> 

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andrewmorone | 2 Mar 19:02 2009
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[ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Re: Can you say stereotyped?!!!

When I bust out the tin, I try to do it in a super obvious way. "Snuff
anyone?". Mostly they're like "HUH??".

It breaks the ice and introduces everyone to the concept. Some people
like it, some people don't. I've given away a few tins. I've tried
being discreet, but that usually backfires. I've never gotten a
"talking to", but certainly a lot of weird looks. 

Also, unlike smoking, taking snuff can be done anywhere. You wouldn't
dare smoke in a kitchen anymore, but nothing wrong with a snort of
Ozona, or a pinch of Topps.

I just remembered, I was watching a old movie the other day where the
guy's in a hospital bed, and everyone in the room, including the guy,
is smoking. lol.

Drew

--- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, troy throne
<dagofld1967 <at> ...> wrote:
>
> happens all the time, happened at work. the funny thing is when
people try it they usually like it. just did some ozona raspberry.also
have apricot,packard, cherry 
> 
> --- On Sat, 2/28/09, Drmgiver <drmgiver <at> ...> wrote:
> 
> From: Drmgiver <drmgiver <at> ...>
> Subject: Re: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Re: Can you say
stereotyped?!!!
> To: snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com
> Date: Saturday, February 28, 2009, 10:03 PM
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> The problem isn't what you look like, or your age, its that people have 
> generally forgotten what snuff is.
> 
> Justin
> 
> pottsvillejoe wrote:
> >
> > Yes all the time! i do it in bars all the time looks like your doing
> > coke.Just show the can of snuff & you will be fine. Good luck
> > --- In snuffboxthenasalsnu ffclub <at> yahoogrou ps.com 
> > <mailto:snuffboxthe nasalsnuffclub% 40yahoogroups. com>, jackwalz <at> 
wrote:
> > >
> > > Thanks for the story. You made my day. I'm still laughing while
> > I'm writing this is so funny. But I wouldn't want this to happen to
> > me.
> > > Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry
> > >
> > > -----Original Message-----
> > > From: "mattandanita" <mattandanita <at>  ...>
> > >
> > > Date: Sun, 01 Mar 2009 02:26:44
> > > To: <snuffboxthenasalsnu ffclub <at> yahoogrou ps.com 
> > <mailto:snuffboxthe nasalsnuffclub% 40yahoogroups. com>>
> > > Subject: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Can you say
> > stereotyped? !!!
> > >
> > >
> > > I suppose this may have happened to others but it happened to me
> > > today. I was helping out in the kitchen at the volunteer fire
> > company
> > > during an auction today, I stepped outside the kitchen into a
> > hallway
> > > to have a little snuff and went back into the kitchen. A few
> > minutes
> > > later one of the members of the company pulled me aside and
> > said. "If
> > > you're going to be using drugs, we can't have you here helping us.
> > So
> > > and so told me they were concerned because they saw you in the
> > hallway
> > > holding your hand up to your nose and snorting something" I was
> > taken
> > > slightly aback and explained the situation and everything was
> > squared
> > > away, but it was slightly offensive. I understand that I am young,
> > and
> > > have some tattoos and maybe that leads to a bit of stereotyping,
> > and I
> > > suppose I can understand the suspicion... but still. Has this ever
> > > happened to anyone else?
> > >
> > > Snuff on,
> > > Matt
> > >
> >
> >
>

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jackwalz | 4 Mar 17:56 2009
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[ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Nicotine in your blood or Urine???

Hi, I was recently in a Cigar lounge and we had the discussion about nicotine in blood or urine. Two guys where
arguing, one said it takes at least a month and the other said a few days with drinking alot of water.  
I told them I'l ask here.
Anyone ever needed to be nicotine free for test? how did you do it? how where the results???

Thanks

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Drmgiver | 4 Mar 18:00 2009
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Re: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Nicotine in your blood or Urine???

It sounds like they are confusing nicotine with THC.  It takes 3 days 
for nicotine to leave the body.  Though I'm curious, for what would you 
need nicotine to be out of your system for a drug test?

Justin

jackwalz wrote:
>
> Hi, I was recently in a Cigar lounge and we had the discussion about 
> nicotine in blood or urine. Two guys where arguing, one said it takes 
> at least a month and the other said a few days with drinking alot of 
> water.
> I told them I'l ask here.
> Anyone ever needed to be nicotine free for test? how did you do it? 
> how where the results???
>
> Thanks
>
> 

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