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Old May 17th, 2008, 08:55 PM
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Default Re: Types of things said about hookah online.

Originally Posted by JamesBeach View Post
I get annoyed when people are utterly unwilling to recognize the unique virtues of a given product or method because they have "seen the light" or what have you. It's not uncommon to read a witless, knee-jerk, sensational diatribe denouncing the smaller hookahs for having consistently harsh and tasteless smoke while pimping five feet of unwieldy metal tubing as the one true way. I take issue because these rants aren't completely honest. I know from experience a small hookah can provide a very smooth smoke and they work for people who can't light up whenever and wherever they please.

On a public forum, you never know whose toes you are stepping on. Somebody might love the results they get from their QT and reading in recommendation threads the posts of people who claim they are unworkable heaps of junk probably doesn't make them too happy. It is just as annoying and dishonest as saying a QT is the best hookah. It's neither the best nor the worst, and like everything else, is a compromise.

Of course, this all stems from the human tendency to defend their choices savagely and with frothing of the mouth. Nobody wants to hear that they made the wrong decision, so clearly it must be the other person who is the fool. Different needs for different people.
quiet true, i feel that the hookah hobby is about yourself and only your self, kinda like wine some people love merlot some people love cabernet, it just boils down to what you love , if you love your(your as in anyone) mya qt then good thats what fits best with you. For me I have a qt and a MZ and I feel that my mz is is the best hookah but is that true? no but to me thats whats best for me and thats how people should view this hobby
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