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demonsarn

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About demonsarn

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  • Birthday 03/08/1991

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  1. Banned From Tc?

    I don't think I've done anything wrong, but it seems I have been banned from TinyChat... Is this a mistake? Or a glitch perhaps? Please inform me.
  2. The tentative date for HookahPaloozah is now Sept. 21st, for anyone in the area...

    1. Tyler

      Tyler

      And location?
    2. claytronmeans

      claytronmeans

      Eastern Kentucky University's campus.
  3. Shah's Mongolian Grill

    Shah's is a small hookah bar and restaurant tucked just around the corner from U of L's campus. I've only been here once, but I had a good experience there. The inside is styled to look very modern and chic, with lots of TV's to look like a sports bar. While there, I didn't purchase anything to eat, but it looked very spicy and very authentic Mongolian cuisine. Not necessarily my cup of tea, but it looked wonderful for someone who likes that kind of food. The place is tidy and well-kept. As for the hookahs, the set up was pretty okay, a little bit smaller than I was expecting, like a 22 or 23 inch. They had Fantasia brand, as well as Starbuzz and their "non-premium" flavors. If I recall correctly, they were slightly expensive, but understandably so. There isn't another hookah place for a while and it's right off of campus. Overall, I'd give Shah's a 7/10. Definitely a place I'd go to again, but not one of my favorites. EDIT: At Shah's, we could smoke indoors, though I'm not sure why now. I thought for sure that Louisville had some sort of smoking ban, which is why patrons had to sit outside at Yafa Cafe...
  4. I don't care how high her rep is, I am still not trading with her. :P Welcome Jen good to see you on here finally.

  5. Yafa Cafe

    Nestled just outside of Fourth Street Live! in downtown Louisville, the Yafa Cafe is a quiet place to come and have a great smoke. It has a more traditional setting, with foreign TV channels on at all times and relaxing Middle Eastern music in the background. Unfortunately, due to Louisville's smoking laws, hookah lovers are required to sit outside on a patio area. The good news is, during the colder winter months, the owners pull out heaters and surround the patio with plastic walls to keep it in. The employees are few and they easily recognize the regulars. It is a friendly and small environment. The food is fantastic and authentic. You can order pitas and hummus, along with lamb shawarma and gyros. As for the hookahs, they have nice set ups and they are kept relatively clean. The boast an assortment of flavors, probably Al Waha and Al Fakher, along with premium flavors of Starbuzz. As a native of Louisville, I prefer Yafa over Cafe 360. While smokers can sit inside at 360, the hookahs are often dirty and taste of ash. In order to skirt the smoking laws, 360 uses tea leaves instead of genuine tobacco-- and the taste is obvious. Out of the known hookah joints in Louisville, I'd rate Yafa as the highest, followed closely by Falafel House, Shah's and then at the verrrrry bottom, 360. Overall, I'd give Yafa a 9/10. I docked half a point because the patrons are forced to sit outside and it is bitterly cold in the winter. This isn't Yafa's fault, but instead, the city's. Also, the other half point is because, being downtown, sometimes there are homeless people or drunk people or homeless drunk people that can walk up and bother you. This doesn't happen often, but it's still the city.
  6. Hey!

    [quote name='TheyCallMeDave' timestamp='1313276975' post='519808'] Welcome, Demonsarn. Read the rules, and try not to fuck up. I won't put up with it. [/quote] You don't scare me.
  7. I gave you your first rep point. <3

  8. Thinking about HookahPaloozah for this coming semester...

    1. Chreees

      Chreees

      I wish I could be there!
    2. squirt

      squirt

      so excited!!!
  9. Hey!

    [font=arial, verdana, tahoma, sans-serif][size=2]Haha Wade. Thanks, Chreees and Mush. And thank you, Vendetta. I feel all warm and snuggly and welcome.[/size][/font]
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  11. Hey!

    Hellooooooo everybody. I figured this was well over-due. I have been looking over the shoulder of my boyfriend for long enough. I felt it was just about time to go ahead and join. I've already met some people from this forum through Theycallmedave, and I've joined in on conversations occasionally. Just thought I'd give this thing a try. And hey, I may even learn a thing or two. I must say I'm I'm excited to be here.