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    Basically I smoke semi-casually at parties and gatherings but generally just cop cigs off others.

    Going to a concert tomorrow and wanna buy some but have no idea what ones are good/cost effective to buy.

    Any smokers can tell me what cigs to buy? Also how many in a packet? 10?

    Cheers.

    NB. I know the risks btw just wanna have a good time at this gig.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Basically I smoke semi-casually at parties and gatherings but generally just cop cigs off others.

    Going to a concert tomorrow and wanna buy some but have no idea what ones are good/cost effective to buy.

    Any smokers can tell me what cigs to buy? Also how many in a packet? 10?

    Cheers.

    NB. I know the risks btw just wanna have a good time at this gig.
    It depends on how much money you have!
    If you're drinking you may need more than 10 I guess, you'll have enough and make friends by crashing others (1,2) its just part of the gig. So I suggest 20, but you'll get 19 in the packet.
    Benson and hedges silver are always a win, very popular and inexpensive looking at £8 sommet for 20
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    Find someone who sells cigarettes/tobacco cheap because they bought it duty free
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    More and more people want to come off smoking . And here's you wanting to have a ' good time ' . Honestly, it just lasts for a little bit? just have fun without touching the stuff
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    (Original post by satanslilsis)
    It depends on how much money you have!
    If you're drinking you may need more than 10 I guess, you'll have enough and make friends by crashing others (1,2) its just part of the gig. So I suggest 20, but you'll get 19 in the packet.
    Benson and hedges silver are always a win, very popular and inexpensive looking at £8 sommet for 20
    Ok thanks a lot, very helpful
 
 
 
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