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Albert Einstein has become so synonymous with genius that his surname has in fact become synonymic for brainiac. Einstein was nearly as passionate about smoking his pipe as he was about science. During one lecture where he ran out of Pipe Tobacco he proceeded to borrow cigarettes from a student and crumbled the innards into his pipe. Sadly he discovered that cigarette tobacco lacked the fullness, aroma and taste of Pipe Tobacco. Einstein’s meticulous nature was drawn to the entire ritual of smoking from selection to preparation to inhaling.
Winner of the 1978 Pipe Smoker of the Year award; Magnus Magnusson has long been a pipe aficionado. The long-time presenter of mastermind and Oxford University graduate spent many of his days as a journalist pensively smoking a pipe.
Beloved by the common man; Eric Morecambe brought pipe smoking into the living rooms of many working class homes from his television studio. Often seen smoking a pipe in bed with his comedy partner Ernie Wise; Morecambe’s natural charm gave the pipe an enjoyable and soft personality. An avid smoker; the pipe became as big a part of his public profile as his kind nature, infectious laugh and thick spectacles.
One of the most famous boxers that England has every bred; Henry Cooper is a rare sportsman amongst such peers. Best known for his knockdown of Muhammad Ali; Cooper was often seen in public enjoying the finer things in life such as a cigar. Winner of the 1984 Pipe Smoker of the Year award.
National treasure and current holder of the Pipe Smoker of the Year award (winning it in its last year in 2003); Stephen Fry is amongst the new generation of pipe smokers. His immense popularity has seen many a copycat replicate his pipe smoking deeds. Stephen Fry embodies 21st century intelligence and sophistication, hosting the television programme QI with incredible wit, warmth and humour.
Fearless Explorer. Brother of Voldemort. Pipe Smoker.
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