Most popular cigars quotes
I smoke in moderation. Only one cigar at a time.
If you can't send money, send tobacco.
If heaven has no cigars, I shall not go there.
No cigar-smoker ever committed suicide.
To smoke is human; to smoke cigars is divine.
Smoking is indispensable if one has nothing to kiss.
Any cigar smoker is friend, because I know how he feels.
And a woman is only a woman, but a good Cigar is a Smoke.
A woman is just a script, but a cigar is a motion picture.
Women are jealous of cigars... they regard them as a strong rival.
If your wife doesn't like the aroma of your cigar, change your wife.
A good cigar is as great a comfort to a man as a good cry to a woman.
A good smoker, like a good lover, always takes his time with a cigar.
If I paid $10 for a cigar, first I'd make love to it, then I'd smoke it.
A good cigar is as great a comfort to a man as a good cry is to a woman.
They had no good cigars there, my lord; and I left the place in disgust.
Given the choice between a woman and a cigar, I will always choose the cigar.
There are two things a man never forgets - his first love and his first cigar.
A cigar numbs sorrow and fills the solitary hours with a million gracious images.
You better take advantage of the good cigars. You don't get much else in that job.
Ah, if only I had brought a cigar with me! This would have established my identity.
That's why I write in so many cigar-smoking heroes and villains who chomp their cigars.
It has always been my rule never to smoke when asleep, and never to refrain when awake.
I do not seek for fame, A general with a scar; A private let me be, So I have my cigar.
I started smoking these little Italian cigars just so there was some of that smell in the air.
By the cigars they smoke, and the composers they love, ye shall know the texture of men's souls.
It [love] is like a cigar. If it goes out you can light it again, but it never tastes quite the same.
Call the roller of big cigars, The muscular one, and bid him whip In kitchen cups concupiscent curds.
Some sigh for this and that; My wishes don't go far; The world may wag at will, So I have my cigar.
A cigar ought not to be smoked solely with the mouth, but with the hand, the eyes, and with the spirit.
A good cigar is like a beautiful chick with a great body who also knows the American League box scores.
Cognac and cigars... it's like finding the perfect woman. When you've got her, why go chasing after another?
Eating and sleeping are the only activities that should be allowed to interrupt a man's enjoyment of his cigar.
I drink a great deal. I sleep a little, and I smoke cigar after cigar. That is why I am in two-hundred-percent form.
If I had taken my doctor's advice and quit smoking when he advised me to, I wouldn't have lived to go to his funeral.
Fresh air makes me throw up. I can't handle it. I'd rather be around three Denobili cigars blowing in my face all night.
Fuller's cigar in the night was a beacon warning carefree, frivolous people away. It was plainly a cigar smoked in anger.
The most futile and disastrous day seems well spent when it is reviewed through the blue, fragrant smoke of a Havana Cigar.
Do not ask me to describe the charms of reverie, or the contemplative ecstasy into which the smoke of our cigar plunges us.
Young man, you may or may not have murdered a middle-aged woman, but you've certainly saved the life of an elderly barrister.
Yes, social friend, I love thee well, In learned doctors' spite; Thy clouds all other clouds dispel, And lap me in delight.
There's nothing quite like tobacco: it's the passion of decent folk, and whoever lives without tobacco doesn't deserve to live.
Happiness? A good cigar, a good meal, a good cigar and a good woman—or a bad woman; it depends on how much happiness you can handle.
A fine cigar is just like a woman. If you don't light it up just right and suck on it with a certain frequency, it will go out on you.
After a truly good meal, an outstanding cigar is still the most satisfying after-dinner activity that doesn't involve two human beings.
'A cigar,' said the altruist, 'a cigar, my good man, I cannot give you. But any time you need a light, just come around; mine is always lit.'
The best cigar in the world is the one you prefer to smoke on special occasions, enabling you to relax and enjoy that which gives you maximum pleasure.
A handmade cigar is a rebellion against frenzy and insanity; it means supporting contemplation over rash impulse, and represents a civilized revolution.
Smoking has a sedative effect upon the nerves, and enables a man to bear the sorrows of his life (of which everyone has his share) not only decently, but dignifiedly.
You should hurry up...and acquire the cigar habit. It's one of the major happinesses. And so much more lasting than love, so much less costly in emotional wear and tear.
Life's a cigar': the wasting body glows; The head turns white as Kosciusko's snows; And, with the last soul-fragrance still in air, The ashes slowly sink in soft repose.
Cigarettes are for chain-smoking, cigars must be smoked one at a time, peaceably, with all the leisure in the world. Cigarettes are of the instant, cigars are for eternity.
I ordinarily smoke fifteen cigars during my five hours' labours, and if my interest reaches the enthusiastic point, I smoke more. I smoke with all my might, and allow no intervals.
There's something about smoking a cigar that feels like a celebration. It's like a fine wine. There's a quality, a workmanship, a passion that goes into the smoking of a fine cigar.
I never can understand how anyone can not smoke—it deprives a man of the best part of life...with a good cigar in his mouth a man is perfectly safe, nothing can touch him—literally.
My rule of life prescribed as an absolutely sacred rite smoking cigars and also the drinking of alcohol before, after and if need be during all meals and in the intervals between them.
Cigars served me for precisely fifty years as protection and a weapon in the combat of life... I owe to the cigar a great intensification of my capacity to work and a facilitation of my self-control.
I promised myself that if I ever had some money that I would savor a cigar each day after lunch and after dinner. This is the only resolution of my youth that I have kept, and the only realized ambition which has not brought dissolution.
For undemocratic reasons and for motives not of State, They arrive at their conclusions—largely inarticulate. Being void of self-expression they confide their views to none: But sometimes in a smoking-room, one learns why things were done.
Divine in hookas, glorious in a pipe When tipp'd with amber, mellow, rich, and ripe; Like other charmers, wooing the caress More dazzlingly when daring in full dress; Yet thy true lovers more admire by far Thy naked beauties—give me a cigar!
I can't stand cigarette smoke.... Cigarette smoking is both expensive and unhealthy. There should be a law against women smoking.... Now take the cigar. Cigars are an expression of the fundamental idea of smoking. A stimulant and a relaxation. A manly vice.
I have made it a rule never to smoke more than one cigar at a time. I have no other restrictions as regards smoking.... As an example to others, and not that I care for moderation myself, it has always been my rule never to smoke when asleep, and never to refrain when awake.
When they saw me walking down the street smoking a cigar, they'd say, 'Hey, that 14-year-old kid may be going places.' Of course it's also a good prop on the stage... When you can't think of what you are supposed to say next, you take a puff on your cigar until you do think of your next line.
I pledged myself to smoke but one cigar a day. I kept the cigar waiting until bedtime, then I had a luxurious time with it. But desire persecuted me every day and all day long. I found myself hunting for larger cigars... within the month my cigar had grown to such proportions I could have used it as a crutch.