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    #61
    I live in central pa, in my local tobacco shop I usually see about 60% of the people in there buying dip and then around 30% buying bags of "pipe tobacco" to roll their own cigarettes, 10% actually buy packs/cartons of cigarettes.

    Back when I smoked I was practically the only person that smoked exclusively - almost everyone else I knew dipped as well. So yea.. it's a pretty big deal around here and cans are always fresh. I don't think PA is considered the south but where I live is called pennsyltucky by some people

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      #62
      Originally posted by gigaw4tt
      I live in central pa, in my local tobacco shop I usually see about 60% of the people in there buying dip and then around 30% buying bags of "pipe tobacco" to roll their own cigarettes, 10% actually buy packs/cartons of cigarettes.

      Back when I smoked I was practically the only person that smoked exclusively - almost everyone else I knew dipped as well. So yea.. it's a pretty big deal around here and cans are always fresh. I don't think PA is considered the south but where I live is called pennsyltucky by some people
      Isn't PA a big tobacco producing area? You usually will find that the areas that produce the baccy have a high yield of smokeless users (int he US at least) as its so cheap.

      Hell I would dip all the time if it was sold here (as a stop gap until i could get snus).

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        #63
        Pennsylvania isn't the top producer, I did just look it up though, PA is #7 in the US. I primarily buy the tubs of stoker's for around $10, which translates to around $1/can. PA is the only state that doesn't tax smokeless tobacco. The store I'm talking about is in my town and I just walk to it. I can buy general there as well as pretty much any dip, chewing, or plug brand I want.

        The semi-rural parts where I live - smokeless is just huge, as is hunting, fishing, kayaking, & dirt bikes/4 wheelers. This song actually has a lot of pictures of the area where I live..



        edit: this is actually closer, forgot about this one:

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          #64
          Originally posted by gigaw4tt
          Pennsylvania isn't the top producer, I did just look it up though, PA is #7 in the US. I primarily buy the tubs of stoker's for around $10, which translates to around $1/can. PA is the only state that doesn't tax smokeless tobacco. The store I'm talking about is in my town and I just walk to it. I can buy general there as well as pretty much any dip, chewing, or plug brand I want.

          The semi-rural parts where I live - smokeless is just huge, as is hunting, fishing, kayaking, & dirt bikes/4 wheelers. This song actually has a lot of pictures of the area where I live..



          edit: this is actually closer, forgot about this one:

          hahahahah! Here in the UK nasal snuff isn't taxed, the only tobacco product that isn't taxed (other than VAT).

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            #65
            Yeeahaww ...... and the sad fact is those two videos are "spot on".
            wiki "Popcorn Sutton" a true COOT!

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              #66
              I am 25 years old and for the first time In my life I met someone who used oral tobacco and it was camel snus. He was from North Dakota but we live in California. I have never seen anyone chew here. I never even saw a can purchased until I moved to a rural area

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                #67
                I have a good friend that works for FDNY and lives in Manhattan. He dips and said lots of guys dip up there.

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                  #68
                  Nope there are dippers everywhere! It doesn't matter where you are you can find one if you know what to look for! Lol


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