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Post  kilted1 on Thu Aug 14, 2008 4:03 pm

This is a subject that I am intimately familiar. I have dipped snuff for longer than I have used tobacco in any other form. I began like many of my American 'cousins' using snuff while working on farms after school at age 13. I'm 47 now so how many years is that ...

Yes the first time it made me sick, even though it was a "candy" variety weak in nicotine, I still had trouble spitting often enough to compensate for the nicotine. I did enjoy the mild dizziness and it made me feel more "grown up" somehow.

I find that dipping snuff is a very convenient way to use tobacco and that as long as I don't over do it, spitting for me isn't really necessary.

My favorite Snuff is Copenhagen, and I use the fine cut variety almost exclusively to any other snuff product. Just like it's said on the tin top "It Satisfies" and nothing else anyone makes does, even Copenhagen Long Cut.

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