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    Nope :nah:
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    Nope, I don't feel like dying early :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by *Star*Guitar*)
    I've never had a drag of a cigarette. Never saw the point in it.

    sames.
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    I would not do it tbh.
    Firstly, I tried it and I don't like it
    Secondly, I have severe asthma (:
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    I never bought my own packet until a few weeks ago when some colourful ciagrettes caught my eye in Tenerife. They will probably last me a year! I smoke socially as others offer it to me and I like the smell and the taste.
    I don't want to be become a 'smoker' though. Too many negative stuff about it. Don't see the harm in a drag or two at parties though
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    Never taken a drag in my life and I don't plan to.
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    I started when i was 13 and quit about 6 months ago
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    I've been smoking for around 5 years now. In the early stages I'd quit for 3 months and then get back to it...but now, in the last 3 years it has generally been a pack a day habit. On a long night I can empty 4 packs of Luckies. However, when I'm at home all day I'll only have 3-4. This way my lungs get a bit of a break once in a while. Yes it's an unhealthy habit but I enjoy it too much at the moment.
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    (Original post by **** Valentine)
    holy crap you have good music taste.
    Why, thank you kind Sir.
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    Sometimes, when I'm drunk or I buy a ten deck as a treat (seldom). I don't really understand all the smoker hate, the government makes more from taxes on tobacco than the NHS spends on treating smoking related illnesses by quite a significant margin and you can't even smoke inside anywhere any more. If you're going to complain about the tiny amounts of passive smoke you might encounter outside then you're a total wuss.
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    (Original post by I Love Dog)
    , the government makes more from taxes on tobacco than the NHS spends on treating smoking related illnesses by quite a significant margin
    If you have a source for that claim, and post it here, I'll love you.
    :yep:

    Yes, I smoke. It's better to smoke and fly.
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    When I'm drunk, yes. Otherwise, no, I think it's bloody stupid.
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    No i dont smoke
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    (Original post by mikeyd85)
    If you have a source for that claim, and post it here, I'll love you.
    :yep:

    Yes, I smoke. It's better to smoke and fly.
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/7654153.stm

    "Simon Clark, director of the smokers' lobby group Forest, said: "Far from being a drain on society, smokers make an enormous financial contribution. Each year smokers pay over £9bn in tobacco taxation, a figure that dwarfs the alleged cost of smoking to the NHS.""
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    Nope, never have and never will
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    i used to smoke socially before but now i smoke about 10 a day, when im drunk i smoke like 10 in 20 mins lol. I started smoking because, most of my friends smoked, i continued smoking becuase most of my friends still smoke.
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    Never even tried one!
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    I don't right now, I was offered my first fag at 13 (I know very bad). I smoked on and off for about 2 years, but had to quit when my mum came across them in my room :rolleyes: lol. Not had one since I was 15, so 3 years. Still fancy one evry now and again, even though I know they are terrible for your health, but smoking is enjoyable :yes:
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    Started smoking (weed and tobacco) around 14 on and off. Became more regular when I got to university...
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    No....

    People do NOT look 'cool' doing it...sorry - but that's the truth.

    Cigars ftw! :ninja:
 
 
 
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