It doesn't matter which one you go for because apparantly, these questions are no longer allowed. It's ageist you see and we can't have that.
Every man knows that you never ask a woman her age, unless I suppose, you suspect her to be under age, then you probably should. I'm not sure the judge will let you off with a warning when you tell him a gentleman never asks.
I don't have to ask John Doyle his age because I know he'll be 40 on Saturday.
I don't have to ask my wife her age either, because I know that one too. Shes...younger than John.
I'm a couple of weeks behind John and so I leave my thirties behind very soon too. I don't mind turning 40. What's to mind? I've had a great time in my thirties and look forward to more of the same in my fourties, only less clubbing and more sleeping.
I've just been told that I didn't do much clubbing in my thirties, that was my twenties.
We're off to celebrate John' big day in Luxembourg tomorrow, and to help with the celebrations, I've a few choice Birthday cigars lined up.
I wanted something special for John, plus some new cigars for myself, Raul and Barney to fight over.
WARNING!!! SPOILER ALERT JOHN!!
John gets a nice Cohiba Siglo III. I thought Raul and Barney might enjoy a Regius Robusto or an El Rey del Mundo, which leaves a Camacho Corojo Toro Cello for myself.
The Cohiba looks great and I think John will enjoy it. The little El Rey looks like a little power house, short and wide. The Comacho is completely new to me. It's quite dark and interesting looking and big also. The Regius was selected because Regius put a link to my blog on their website, so I think they deserve it on that alone. I did enjoy it last time so I know it's good enough for the celebrations to come.
I mainly picked these cigars thinking that they would suit the boys so I hope I was right.
Luxembourg is a great place for cigars and I'm really looking forward to picking up enough to get me through the next six months at least. *coughBirthdaypresentscough*