Never again am I saving a smoked cigar for later.
I'm not the type to smoke a cigar and save it for later, but this morning I thought I could get an hour of quiet time, before going to work, to smoke in my man cave (i.e. garage) but it was prematurely interrupted by the wife who was getting a bit worked up by the crying baby (I'm sure it had a little to do with me, the "good for nothing", smoking a cigar instead of helping). I didn't have it in me to throw away a delicious robusto with only 30 minutes into it, so I proceeded to blow through the cigar expelling the smoke from inside and let it sit on my ashtray and go cold. I just lit the bad boy back up and after 15 minutes of puffing I'm as light headed as a junkie. So, going back to my "Cigars for Idiots" book, it says that when you save a smoked cigar for later, it causes the cigar to become a nicotine bomb - and yes, it was super bitter. Gross.
"Do you smoke? Mind if I do?" - Genie, in Aladdin.