Cigars and Psychology
Did you know how much Cigars can tell about their owner to the attentive "listener"?
There's a lot that the way smokers hold their cigars can reveal about their characters and moods.
The Italian almanac, Il Tabacco, issued in the early nineteen twenties contained an
interesting article headed "Sigaromanzia" that described twelve most spread positions
of the hand holding the cigar with comments about psychological characteristics of the smoker.
It appears that the Italian psychologists were right. A similar experiment was conducted
by a number of modern experts and the results were approximately the same.
Thus we advise you to pay more attention to at the people you talk to,
and perhaps you'll find out something new about them you didn't even suspect before.
A good orator, a fine psychologist
Passionate, short-tempered, but a man of his word
Jolly, communicative, self-willed
An individualist, an opportunist
Magnanimous, democratic, garrulous, hospitable