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Skoozle

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About Skoozle

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  • Birthday 05/03/1979

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  • Location Woodbridge, VA

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  1. Need glazing advice

    I'm more ignorant about wood and wood coatings than you, but my guess would be that it would take a substantial amount of heat to cure the type of coating you are looking for; which probably wouldn't be good for the wood. Probably why you don't see wooden pots and pans. Have you considered making hookah stems instead? You could focus more on the artistic side of it than the materials properties requirements. I hope you find some relief from your pain. Best of luck to you, Buddy.
  2. ​There are quite a few options for hookahs. You might want to try something different. But I also understand settling on what you really like and not wanting to spent a lot of time and money trying everything. I usually see these hookahs in the local tobacco shops. Have you looked locally?
  3. ​This and a stripper pole sounds good to me. Let me know when and where you open up and I'll come by. As far as tobacco, I honestly don't care how much AF and SB you offer as long as you have some good choices too. I hope you can get this going. there's tons of competition around NoVA but very few quality places.
  4. Say Hello To My Son...

    Congratulations, Chris. 9lbs 3oz is a nice healthy boy.   You're probably looking at 6-8 weeks before things start to smooth out at night, but where will always be ups and downs.   Lisa and I just had our 2nd daughter in October, which is a big part of why I haven't been around here lately.   Life changing is an understatement isn't it?
  5. If that tonic song was a Nak song, I would play it new years eve but I don't want to be a hypocrite. I will be playing this song though... after the ladies crash out.
  6. Need Another Bowl

    There are a lot of fine bowls on the market. Don't limit yourself to just one. Try others with good reviews and see what you like.
  7. Life Insurance?

    Cut up a bunch of eggplant and toss it in your trashcan before you smoke. Plausible denial ability.
  8. Starbuzz pineapple. It gets a lot of hype but it's mediocre at best. Actually, I tried hookah in a black pineapple too and time wasn't fantastic. My Nak cardamom tasted like sand. I chalk that up to being a really old sample. Tasted like a big mouth full of beach.
  9. Mize Lemon. Beach front. Blue moon.
  10. Funny how the taxes are. Obviously anyone with 2 brain cells to rub together will order from out of state. Not good for local business; which is something I would expect TX to be sensitive to. Stock up before the other 49 follow suit.
  11. Interesting New Afzal Flavors

    Tobacco Zone in Woodbridge.   I think they just had 50g packs of that one flavor, so maybe they are seeing how it sells.
  12. Interesting New Afzal Flavors

    I picked up 50g of pan masala supreame locally.  It's pretty good if you don't mine the smell/flavor of paan.  It weas a huge hit with all of my Bengali in-laws who chew paan after a meal anyway.   I feel the same way about it as I did when I had Double Apple early on. At first, I didn't really care for it.   Didn't hate it but it wasn't that great.  Then later at random points in the day, I would find myself slightly craving it.  Now I look forward to smoking it again, but it won't be my go to flavor.
  13. Miracles Do Happen

    Yes it will be!         Get ready to learn what it means to love someone.   I'm very happy for you and your wife.
  14. Miracles Do Happen

    Congratulations!!!   Will this be your first child?
  15. Break Ups And How To Deal

    Don't worry about it.  She was just part of the path that will lead you to who you are meant to be with.   I went through a string of long term relationships... and then through a string of very short relationships.   I grew up in GA and never intended to leave the south.  I ended up taking a good opportunity in the Northern VA area.  I wasn't the kind of guy to go to dance clubs but a co-worker invited me to go out for Halloween in DC.  We got to the club a little late that night.   My wife was born and raised in Bangladesh.  She ended up coming to the states and of all the states she could have moved to, her family chose VA.   That same night, my wife had gone out with her friend after working a full shift as an airline attendant and driving back to DC from Philly.  Her friend was having a bad time and was trying to convince her to leave.  My wife convinced her friend to stay for one more song.   That was about the time my friend had fed me enough drinks and pep talk to get me to walk up to a girl and talk to her.     Long story short: Two people from opposite sides of the world had about a 15 minute window to meet in a crowded 4 floor night club.  If I had been a little late, or if her friend had convinced her to leave a little earlier, we would have never met and we wouldn't be happily married now with a beautiful daughter and another baby on the way.   Looking at my life now, I don't regret a single thing that brought me to this moment; and every second of my life, good or bad, has brought me to where I am now.   I wouldn't give up one time getting dumped, getting rejected or getting slapped for anything in the world.   Keep on going down the path. You'll get to where you're supposed to be.