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TheyCallMeDave

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  1. Well Hello Hf, Long Time No Talk. :)

    Did we name it?
  2. Well Hello Hf, Long Time No Talk. :)

    Hey guys. Anything crazy happen since my last visit?
  3. How the hell has everyone beeen?? (I attached this picture because after being gone for so long, I figured my first post in a while should come with retribution. So, there ya go.)
  4. "Join Me In Tiny Chat" Megathread

    9:00 EST hoes, don't be late.
  5. Well, considering there is a substantial about of love/bitching going on about our leave of absence.. I'll be on HFTC tonight around 9. Feel free to join, I'd love to get a good crowd goin. ;)
  6. Welcome February's Guest Mod!

    Congrats buddy, enforce them bitchez.
  7. On a side note, big problem beginners have is confusing air flow with heat management. You might have way too much heat on a bowl and think you need more due to a lack of air flow. use a toothpick to guide a path from the hole in the foil to the holes in your bowl. This will help ensure that a lack of airflow isn't remedied by an overcompensation of heat. †​‹ ​Assuming your airflow isn't the issue, here are some preferences I like to use.. I love using three coals standing upright (tombstone style). This ensures even heating along with a smaller amount of heat on the bowl at any given time. Using three halves produces the same result with shorter coal life. †â€If there's still an issue, I would agree with the above and say look around for tutorials on heat management pertinent to the shisha you are using. Not to plug, but there are a few videos up on my/claytronmean's youtube channel going over heat management for specific shisha brands, doubletroublehookahreview.com. †​Be sure to keep us updated.‹ 
  8. Midwest Vendor?

    Welcome to the world of everyone that doesn't live in Texas, California or Florida. My best suggestion would be to order from a vendor located in Texas. That should be the least amount of wait time, 3 days probably at the most if they ship it out promptly.
  9. Why Do I Have 2 Ages On My Profile

    [quote name='smokingpanda' timestamp='1348729930' post='557383'] i went to view my profile and noticed 2 ages Group Vested Members Active Posts 147 Profile Views 50 Member Title Emir - Of the Emerald Argileh Age 21 years old Birthday June 22, 1991 Gender Male Male Location waterloo iowa Age 20 whatsup with that [/quote] It's because you're twice the man others are.
  10. New Website For Hookah Smokers

    As a side note... Personal revelation: Posting on a website for hookah smokers that there is a new website for hookah smokers doesn't bring in a large demographic.
  11. New Website For Hookah Smokers

    ...That moment when you realize the name of this vendor isn't actually kitty wigs. As if I didn't take him seriously before...
  12. Vague Flavor :(((

    Heat management is just knowing when too much heat is too much, and when too little heat is too little. There's a simple cloud to flavor ratio you have to keep in mind. If your clouds are huge, but the flavor is campfire, It's too much. If you have small clouds with weak flavor, feel free to push your coals in a little. My main tip for heat management is with most tobaccos, start off small. It's easy to add heat, but hard to undo a burn once it's set in place. I would suggest two coals on either side of your bowl far out, and then slowly push them in with every few pulls. There will be a point when your cloud size and flavor intensity cross. That's when you stay in your position. Over time, you'll know exactly how much heat to give each brand of tobacco and will be able to just throw them on and smoke. Until that time, watch your heat lcosely and less is always more.