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Why ban smoking when it is the ultimate of social lubricants? watch

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    I know its haraam and deadly but there's nothing that bands disparate groups of inviduals together quite like a drag and a moan. Certainly it breaks down racial and class barriers and gets rid of the BO smell in clubs and pubs and for sure it helps many to get laid. The majority of lady smokers take it up the bum, so that alone is reason enough to reinstate it toute suite.

    So um...what is the problem? We're gonna end up in a hole in the ground anyway even if you have salads coming out of yer ears. Make smoking mandatory in public places again and the country will be a better place.
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    Smoking = "social lubricants" lmao.
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    And its very harmful, so if you want to keep puffing - please do, you'll end up in your grave before you know it. Good day
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    (Original post by samina_ay)
    And its very harmful, so if you want to keep puffing - please do, you'll end up in your grave before you know it. Good day
    What do you reckon would be a better alternative. Maybe shisha? Build more mosques perhaps?
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    (Original post by TheMoralStruggle)
    What do you reckon would be a better alternative. Maybe shisha? Build more mosques perhaps?
    Nobody actually wants to be social nowadays, majority be browsing their phones to stay relevant haha.
 
 
 
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